You have to begin wondering just what it will take for Fulham to win a football match.
LIVERPOOOL are hunting the signature of Dnipro’s Yevhen Konoplyanka, Yohan Cabaye finally leaves Newcastle as Luuk De Jong joins the Toon, Manchester United target Toni Kroos to be offered a new deal at Bayern, Lewis Holtby wants a Tottenham exit and Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger hints at deadline day deal.
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The European club season may be over, but the football world keeps ticking over with the U21 European Championships and World Cup qualifiers dominating the agenda. England's youngsters were in action as they took on Italy, while club scouts were able to run the rule over the latest talents to emerge from the continent as Spain defeat Russia and Germany and Holland played out a cracker.
The 20-year-old was subject to a bid from his former employers two weeks ago, but the Seasiders manager has made clear that the Reds need to improve their offer
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Robert Lewandowski moved level at the top of the scoring charts as Dortmund climbed to second in the Bundesliga while Klaas-Jan Huntelaar was on target for Schalke
Schalke have received no ‘concrete’ offers for Lewis Holtby and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar ahead of the transfer window.
The Knappen official reveals details about the interest of several English sides hoping to clinch the signing of the talented playmaker, in whom Liverpool are interested
GOAL – Jovetic scores twice but Ramirez controversy continues: How the Premier League’s summer transfer targets fared last week
From Ligue 1 to Serie A, English sides are chasing players who featured in matches across Europe in the past seven days – but how did they all get on?
The 21-year-old admits that he would like to someday turn out for an English club, but insists he is not in a rush to make such a move as he is under contract with Schalke
New England Sports Ventures (NESV) may only have one hand on the ownership of Liverpool Football Club but in many areas, it seems that the media are already happy to start spending that investment on players, before it has even been sanctioned by the High Court. With the Premier League yesterday confirming that should the…