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Less than 7 weeks to the new season and the transfer window is open.

Could be an interesting few weeks in terms of transfers/contracts etc.

Any predictions need to wait until clubs get signings done, I think.

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Good investment for Pool , Lovren is 31 and has niggling injuries , Not in Klopp favorite squad even though Klopp praised him highly . He has a year contract left .. £10 million is excellent investmen

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Manchester City have had a £41m bid accepted by Bournemouth for defender Nathan Ake. City have spent more on defence in the last 5 years than half the world’s countries. 

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Defender Jan Vertonghen has left Tottenham on a free transfer.
 

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Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Wolves are expected to be given extra time off by the Premier League and start next season late, should they go into the latter stages of their respective European competitions.

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Brighton have completed the signing of Adam Lallana from Liverpool on a free transfer.

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45 minutes ago, davidge said:

Brighton have completed the signing of Adam Lallana from Liverpool on a free transfer.

Ball has been set rolling then 55

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said "another Liverpool legend" has left the club as Dejan Lovren secured a £10.9m move to Zenit St Petersburg.
 

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1 hour ago, davidge said:

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said "another Liverpool legend" has left the club as Dejan Lovren secured a £10.9m move to Zenit St Petersburg.
 

Good investment for Pool , Lovren is 31 and has niggling injuries , Not in Klopp favorite squad even though Klopp praised him highly . He has a year contract left .. £10 million is excellent investment considering he is going on a scrap heap with his injuries and a possible free transfer next year... Their money man is very shrewd with the transfer market including coutinho sale ... 

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Aston Villa sporting director Jesus Garcia Pitarch has left the club because of increasing tension with chief executive Christian Purslow.

His departure came a day after the club secured their Premier League status on the final day of the season.

Spaniard Pitarch, known as Suso, was appointed in April 2018, after spells at Valencia and Atletico Madrid.

His role came under increasing scrutiny following the Premier League resumption as Villa's struggles continued.

As recently as 12 July, they were seven points adrift of 17th place, but their first four-game unbeaten run of the season saw them to safety, with Sunday's draw at West Ham one of eight points they earned in that time.

Villa were committed to a full review of their transfer policy after spending £118m on new players last summer, many of whom failed to meet expectations. Villa subsequently brought in goalkeeper Pepe Reina, midfielder Danny Drinkwater and striker Mbwana Samatta in January.
 

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That's city sticking there two fingers upto Eufa after the debacle of the ffp ruling ,I think they will be with Chelsea heavy spenders this window

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Manchester City have had a £41m bid accepted by Bournemouth for defender Nathan Ake.

City have spent more on defence in the last 5 years than half the world’s countries. :)

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Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, PCP Capital Partners and Reuben Brothers have withdrawn from the process to buy Newcastle United.

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Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, PCP Capital Partners and Reuben Brothers have withdrawn from the process to buy Newcastle United.

It's just the latest kick in the bollocks over the last 13 years. I know NUFC are better off than most clubs but it's been dire. Ashley has spent most of the time surrounding himself with yes men at every level, has had worldwide free advertising for his tat emporium and employed dinosaurs in management, men who no other premier league team would have touched with a bargepole so will just lap up any old garbage he feeds them.

 

Allardyce, Pardew, McLaren, Bruce (granted Allardyce was here when Ashley purchased the club). All we need is Hughes and we'll have had the full house of British journeyman managers.

 

It's just typical that NUFC ended up getting a billionaire owner that doesn't spend money :-)

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Any streaming like where can watch the play-off finals Brentford v Fulham. Should be a tightly contested one with first timers Brentford? & Fulham trying almost immediate promotion.

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On what date do they announce the release of the fixtures for the 2020/2021 season???

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12 hours ago, The Serpent said:

On what date do they announce the release of the fixtures for the 2020/2021 season???

I don’t think it will be until quite close to the end of this month. They’re still working on the exact nature of the season. They have to make decisions about cup competitions and they’ve also indicated that clubs involved in latter rounds of Champions/Europa League will be given 30 days off before they start the new season.

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So Leeds, WBA & Fulham it is.

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2 minutes ago, Mick Pattaya said:

So Leeds, WBA & Fulham it is.

Is that your prediction for relegation next season? :WhoSaw1:

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13 minutes ago, davidge said:

Is that your prediction for relegation next season? :WhoSaw1:

55, surely too early for that. Although, Leeds might just survive the drop.

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Tottenham and Southampton agree fees in principle for transfers of Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Kyle Walker-Peters

Fee in region of £15m has been agreed for Hojbjerg to move to Spurs and one in the region of £12m for Walker-Peters to join Saints

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Southampton have completed a deal to sign centre-back Mohammed Salisu from Real Valladolid for £10.9m.
 

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Premier League clubs have voted against continuing to allow five substitutions in a match for the 2020-21 season.

The rule was brought in when the 2019-20 top-flight season restarted in June, having been halted for three months because of the coronavirus pandemic.

For next season, the league will revert to three permitted substitutions, after the vote at a meeting on Thursday.

Many members are believed to have felt the five-substitute rule was unfairly benefiting the major clubs.

Fifa had allowed the continued use of five substitutions if leagues wanted.

Edit: they apparently agreed at the same meeting to change the VAR Protocols to match those in the Champions League, so referees should make more use of the pitch side monitors.

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It was also announced yesterday that there would be no replays in the FA Cup and the Carabao Cup semis would be one leg.

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