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6mESPN Staff

LIVE: Man City home in on trio of signings

Manchester City have targeted three more huge signings before the new season starts. Transfer Talk has all the latest gossip.

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10hESPN staff

Conte aims to rebuild 'very strange' Chelsea

Speaking exclusively to ESPN, new Chelsea boss Antonio Conte admits he's inherited a club in a 'very strange' situation as he looks to rebuild the Blues into a European force once again.

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4hESPN staff

Chelsea only elite club in EFL Trophy

Chelsea's academy team will take on Swindon Town, Exeter City and Oxford United in the group stage of the EFL Trophy.

6hMusa Okwonga

Martial can kick on under Mourinho

Despite impressing in his first season, Anthony Martial can get better. Musa Okwonga expects that to happen in 2016-17.

1hPA Sport

Mkhitaryan career inspired by late father

"It was my dream to continue his work and to also be a football player," he said. "It [his death] was a pity but that is life and life continues."

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2hESPN staff

Fourth extra-time substitute for FA Cup

The FA Cup is planning to allow a fourth substitution during extra time from the quarterfinals onwards as part of a test for a law change.

2hStefan Buczko

Aubameyang: I want to achieve a lot at BVB

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang says he wants to remain at Dortmund "for a long time" and believes they are now capable of beating Bayern to the title.

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4hDermot Corrigan

Messi among Goal of Season contenders

Leo Messi is among the 10 players who have made UEFA's shortlist for the Goal of the Season award, covering European club competitions and Euro 2016.

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3hPA Sport

Twitter to show live Prem clips in UK

Twitter has revealed a deal with Sky Sports that will see Premier League highlights and goals appear on the social media site for the 2016-17 season.

23hPA Sport

Prem 'open-minded' over winter break

Richard Scudamore has responded to Sam Allardyce's call for a winter break by saying it has "more prospects than I can remember."

1dArindam Rej

Fergie backed 'winner' Allardyce - Glenn

Sir Alex Ferguson was consulted by the FA and recommended Sam Allardyce as the next England manager because he is a "winner," says Martin Glenn.