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  • Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho wants £60m Chelsea star Willian this summer.
  • Manchester City are set to sign a stunning £45m-a-year deal for Puma to become their new sponsor.
  • Chelsea are finally clear to push ahead with building their new £1bn stadium after the club reached an agreement with the family blocking the project.
  • Patrick Kluivert has harmed his chances of becoming Oxford United’s new boss after refusing to fly in for a meeting.
  • Everton are eyeing £7.5m Basel defender Leo Lacroix to help solve their problems at the back.
  • The Russian government has threatened to ban ‘every single British news outlet’ from attending the World Cup.
  • Senior figures inside Old Trafford are questioning whether Jose Mourinho is the right man to lead Manchester United after their Champions League exit.
  • Liverpool will go head-to-head with Tottenham for £30m Stuttgart defender Benjamin Pavard.
  • Jose Mourinho is heading for a showdown with Manchester United’s hierarchy over spending plans.
  • Bayern Munich are ready to join Juventus in the chase for Liverpool’s Emre Can.
  • Fifa has expanded an investigation into Manchester City over possible breach of rules over foreign trainees.
  • Saido Berahino is poised for a return to the Stoke squad this weekend.
  • Arsenal are ready to splash the cash to bring Luka Modric back to the Premier League this summer but face competition from Liverpool and Spurs.
  • Arsene Wenger chose not to pursue the signing of Willian – despite the advice of a scout.
  • Parachute payments are completely distorting life below the Premier League.
  • Chelsea star Alvaro Morata could be in hot water after an obscene gesture to Barcelona fans.
  • A record-low number of England fans are due to travel to the World Cup in Russia this summer.


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