General Football News!


#109

With Eriksen’s exit, Tottenham sign Lo Celso on contract to 2025. Spurs turn Lo Celso’s loan from Real Betis into a permanent deal.

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#110

#WelcomeChristian! Eriksen’s exclusive first Inter TV interview


#111

EDINSON CAVANI is set to turn down a move to the Premier League in favour of joining Atletico Madrid, according to reports.

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#112

Longest winning streaks in Premier League history

18 Man City (ended Dec '17)
17 Liverpool (Oct '19)
15 Man City (Aug '19)
15 Liverpool* (ongoing)

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#113

Liverpool next 5 premier league fixtures

Southampton
Norwich
West ham
Watford
Bournemouth


#114

Manchester United have agreed a deal to sign Bruno Fernandes.

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#115

Bruno, meet Ole

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#118

Atletico Madrid pull out of Cavani move

Instead Atlético set to sign Carrasco as Cavani alternative before Friday night’s transfer market deadline.

The Belgian international will return to the same club he left to join Dalian Yifang in February, 2018. During his first spell at Atlético, Carrasco played 124 games, scoring 23 goals and providing 17 assists.


#119

Arsenal sign Cédric Soares, their second January signing. Soares, the Southampton right-back is on loan until the end of the season.

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#120

Emre Can shows off his new Borussia Dortmund shirt :yellow_heart:


#121

Starting 2020 on form.

Cristiano Ronaldo has been named Serie A’s January Player of the Month :star2:


#122

Bundesliga table:

Bayern—42
Leipzig—41
Dortmund—39
Gladbach—39

Next week: Bayern vs. Leipzig :hugs:


#123

Borussia Dortmund have signed German international midfielder, ex-Liverpool midfielder, Emre Can from Italian champions Juventus.
Deal : ($1.11 million) for the loan deal until the end of the season, option to purchase the player in a deal which could rise as high as 25m euros.


#124

How the table looks with 25 played :point_down:


#125

Ciro Immobile: first player in Europe’s big five to 25 league goals :dart:


#127

Romelu Lukaku’s record across all competitions:

2012/13: 38 games, 17 goals
2013/14: 33 games, 16 goals
2014/15: 48 games, 20 goals
2015/16: 46 games, 25 goals
2016/17: 39 games, 26 goals
2017/18: 51 games, 27 goals
2018/19: 45 games, 15 goals
2019/20: 29 games, 20 goals

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#129

Pep Guardiola has lost to José Mourinho (6) and Jürgen Klopp (9) the most in his managerial career.

No other manager has won more than three matches against him.


#130

:red_circle:Arsenal hit 107-year low as struggle for wins under Arteta continues.:eyes::scream:


#131

Man Utd replace Juventus in world’s top 10 most valuable squads after Bruno Fernandes arrival

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#132

Paul Pogba ‘tells Man Utd team-mates he’s leaving’

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