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5hGlenn Price, Liverpool correspondent

Oxlade-Chamberlain to miss 'majority' of season

Liverpool have confirmed that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is likely to the vast majority of the season as he continues his recovery from a knee injury.

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5hRob Dawson, Manchester United correspondent

Mou challenges Pogba to replicate France form

Jose Mourinho has issued a challenge to Paul Pogba to recreate his World Cup form for Manchester United next season.

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6hRob Dawson, Manchester United correspondent

Mourinho 'worried' by Utd players' WC exertions

Jose Mourinho has admitted he is worried about Manchester United's start of the season because so many of his players had long World Cups.

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7hLiam Twomey, Chelsea correspondent

Sarri: Insensitive comments at Napoli 'mistakes'

Maurizio Sarri insisted there will be no repeat of the insensitive comments that marred his time in Italy as he was unveiled as Chelsea's new coach.

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10hDavid Usher, Liverpool blogger

Alisson would be a major statement for Liverpool

The arrival of Alisson Becker at Liverpool would be a statement to their rivals and lift the cloud over the goalkeepers at the club.

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11hRob Dawson

De Gea, Matic set for United's U.S. tour - sources

David De Gea and Nemanja Matic could join up with the Manchester United squad before their ICC matches against AC Milan, Liverpool and Real Madrid.

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11hMattias Karen, Arsenal correspondent

Henry ready for management role - Pires

Henry said this week he is leaving his job as a Sky Sports pundit to focus on a career in management.

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12hGlenn Price, Liverpool correspondent

Klopp: I never thought about Germany job

Jurgen Klopp says he "never thought" about the Germany job and supports the decision for Joachim Low to remain in the post after the World Cup.

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12hAdriana Garcia, Spain correspondent

Ex-Arsenal midfielder Cazorla returns from injury

The former Arsenal midfielder came on as a second-half substitute during Villarreal's 1-1 home draw and received a warm reception from the crowd.

13hMusa Okwonga, Manchester United blogger

Man United need to show Rashford he has a future

For the sake of his development, Rashford can't afford another season like the last one. Jose Mourinho has to find a way to get the best out of him.

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15hMark Ogden, Senior Writer ESPN FC

Six of the biggest ICC games

The International Champions Cup is back for 2018 and will see the game's top teams face off in preseason. Here are six must-see games.

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23hRob Dawson

Mason Greenwood, Man United's best-kept secret

Man United have been keeping extremely quiet about youth prospect Mason Greenwood but bringing the 16-year-old to the U.S. is going to make noise.

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1dTom Adams

Torreira can be Arsenal's Kante

By now everyone knows the story of Arsenal missing out on N'Golo Kante. In Lucas Torreira, they might finally have a player who can fill that role.

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1dMattias Karen

Arsenal greats regret Wilshere West Ham move

Former Arsenal star Ray Parlour says he's "gutted" that Jack Wilshere left the club, but he understands why the midfielder left to play regularly.

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1dGlenn Price, Liverpool correspondent

Brewster signs first pro deal with Liverpool

Liverpool have announced that youngster Rhian Brewster has signed his first professional contract at the club.

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1dRob Dawson

Mourinho pays Ajax-bound Blind heartfelt tribute

Man United boss Jose Mourinho has branded Daley Blind "one of the most professional players he has ever worked with" ahead of his return to Ajax.