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Premier League latest – including Pellegrini, Flores & Hasenhuttl news conferences

Got a TV Licence?You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.Find out moreSummaryWest Ham, Watford, Burnley news conferencesThen Brighton, Crystal Palace & Southampton pressersBuild-up to Europa League tiesMan Utd, Arsenal, Wolves in actionScottish sides Celtic & Rangers also playingGet involved : #bbcfootball or…

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Got a TV Licence?You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.Find out moreSummaryWest Ham, Watford, Burnley news conferencesThen Brighton, Crystal Palace & Southampton pressersBuild-up to Europa League tiesMan Utd, Arsenal, Wolves in actionScottish sides Celtic & Rangers also playingGet involved : #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)Live ReportingBy Denise EvansAll times stated are UKGet involvedSend a text to 81111 (UK only)Twitter: Use the hashtag #bbcfootballPosted at 14:2914:29Hasenhuttl to face the mediaSouthampton v Watford (Sat, 17:30 GMT)SouthamptonSouthampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl is facing the media. His side are winless in eight and only one place and one point off the bottom…Posted at 14:2214:22Looking ahead to the Europa LeagueCeltic v Rennes (20:00 GMT)Celtic are already through to the knockout stages, while
Rennes are out. However, the Glasgow side will seal top spot in the group and
avoid the teams dropping down from the Champions League if they beat Rennes and
Cluj lose to Lazio in Rome.Forward Mikey Johnston is back in the squad after injury,
but winger Jonny Hayes misses out. French midfielder Olivier Ntcham is expected
to start against the team from his home country.Rennes will be without top scorer M’Baye Niang, who was on
the books at Watford back in 2017.Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesPosted at 14:1914:19Get Involved – The all-American XI#bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)Ok, so we’ve had such an overhwelming amount of suggestions, we’ve decided to do a ‘Thanksgiving Squad’ because an all-American XI just didn’t cut it.So, thank you to everyone for your quite simply brilliant input today, and big star-spangled congrats to those who made the squad.*Pierre EmBarack Obamayang is my personal favourite.BBC SportCopyright: BBC SportPosted at 14:0614:06Team news: Dunk back; March a doubt; Connolly back in trainingLiverpool v Brighton (Sat, 15:00 GMT)Brighton & Hove AlbionSolly March has a groin problem while Aaron Connolly is back in the squad and training.Saturday is too soon for Bernardo.Graham Potter says it is a “big boost” to have Lewis Dunk back in the squad. Posted at 14:0214:02’Liverpool are a wonderful team’ – PotterLiverpool v Brighton (Sat, 15:00 GMT)Brighton & Hove AlbionGraham Potter has been looking ahead to Saturday’s game against league leaders Liverpool:”We know it will be tough this weekend. “Liverpool are a wonderful team and have our huge respect. “Anfield is a tremendous footballing environment and the challenge doesn’t get any better than that for us.”Posted at 14:0014:00Post updateLiverpool v Brighton (Sat, 15:00 GMT)Brighton & Hove AlbionMore from Brighton manager Graham Potter on his new deal:”The new deal was something I found out about a few weeks ago when I spoke to Tony Bloom. “We were very pleased and it’s a great sign of belief from the club. We’ve had a great welcome here and are still at the start of what we want to do.”Posted at 13:5813:58’We have to suffer if we want to go to a different level’ – FloresSouthapton v Watord (Sat, 17:30 GMT)WatfordWatford manager Quique Sánchez Flores has also been offering his thoughts ahead of his side’s game with Southampton on Saturday tea time.He has spoken about how he is under pressure, with the Hornets bottom of the table.”It is true I am under pressure, pressure is normal and is all part of our profession,” Flores said.”We have the pressure and responsibility and if you want to
enjoy it then you have to accept that.”I don’t know any different way.””When I came here I knew we had to suffer but it is part of the
plan and you have to suffer first if you want to go to a different level.”Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesPosted at 13:5113:51Looking ahead to Europa LeagueFeyenoord v Rangers (17:55 GMT)Rangers will qualify if they beat Feyenoord and Young Boys
win or draw against Porto.On-loan striker Jermain Defoe has been ruled out after he
picked up a knock in training on Wednesday, while left-back Borna Barisic will
be assessed before kick-off.Posted at 13:4613:46Post updateLiverpool v Brighton (Sat, 15:00 GMT)Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton manager Graham Potter has been speaking about his contract extension.Appointed six months ago, Potter has now signed on to stay on the south coast until 2023.Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesPosted at 13:4213:42’I was pleased to see Zaha play well’ – HodgsonBurnley v Crystal Palace (Sat,15:00 GMT)Crystal Palace”I was very pleased to see Wilf play so well against Liverpool,” Hodgson said.”Even though he’s already been training and playing well. We had no doubt he’d create goals, but hopefully that performance can lead to even more now.”Posted at 13:3513:35Post updateBurnley v Crystal Palace (Sat, 15:00 GMT)”We have every respect for Burnley,” Roy Hodgson said of his team’s opponents on Saturday.”They know exactly what they’re doing and do it very well. It’s up to us to try and deal with that.”Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesPosted at 13:2913:29’We can’t equate form with results’ – HodgsonBurnley v Crystal Palace (Sat, 15:00 GMT)Crystal PalaceCrystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson believes his side has not ” performed badly” in their last few games.”We’ve been close to getting points…results may have been bad but our form has not.”Posted at 13:2413:24Team news: Ward Palace’s only injury worryBurnley v Crystal Palace (Sat, 15:00 GMT)Crystal PalaceRoy Hodgson has a fully fit squad to pick from for his side’s trip to Burnley, apart from defender Joel Ward, who will be out for “some weeks”.Posted at 13:2213:22Post updateBurnley v Crystal Palace (Sat, 15:00 GMT)Crystal PalaceRoy Hodgson is likely to hold his news conference ahead of
the trip to Burnley at around 13:30 GMT.Where injuries are concerned, Joel Ward limped off against
Liverpool last weekend, but we don’t yet know if he is OK to play at Turf Moor.
There have not been any other reported injuries.The Eagles currently sit in 13th place in the
league, having not won since the 5 October against West Ham.Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesPosted at 13:2213:22Post updateBurnley v Crystal Palace (Sat, 15:00 GMT)Crystal PalaceA couple of hundred miles away in London, Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson is talking to the media before his side facing Sean Dyche’s Burnley on Saturday.Updates from him incoming…Posted at 13:2013:20Post updateBurnley v Crystal Palace (Sat, 15:00 GMT)BurnleySean Dyche is expected to speak to the media at around 13:00 GMT. His side are in good form, having won their previous two
games against struggling sides in West Ham and Watford – both 3-0
scorelines. They currently sit seventh in the table.The Clarets face Crystal Palace at Turf Moor this Saturday
(15:00 GMT kick off). Will it be three 3-0s in three games for them?They haven’t reported any injuries this week, so they may
have a full squad to choose from for this one.We will have live updates on here for you.Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesPosted at 13:1613:16Team news: Drinkwater in contentionBurnley v Crystal Palace (Sat, 15:00 GMT)Danny Drinkwater has “worked well” in training and comes into Sean Dyche’s “thinking” for this weekend’s game.Posted at 13:1413:14Post updateBurnley v Crystal Palace (Sat, 15:00 GMT)BurnleyHere he is! Sean Dyche is taking questions ahead of his side’s game with Crystal Palace on Saturday.More updates to come.Posted at 13:1113:11Post updateChelsea v West Ham (Sat, 15:00 GMT)West Ham UnitedBefore he headed off to continue preparations for this weekend’s Premier League game against Chelsea, Manuel Pellegrini said he wants to see his team “recover our performance” and have a “winning and ambitious mentality.””With three points more, maybe we are in seventh position in the table,” he adedd.”I hope that we are going to try to revert these results.”Posted at 13:1013:10’I’m happy for Lampard’s success’ – PellegriniChelsea v West Ham (Sat, 15:00 GMT)West Ham UnitedManuel Pellegrini was asked about Chelsea boss Frank Lampard, who he managed and worked with during the pair’s time at Manchester City.”Frank was a pleasure to work with [at Man City],” Pellegrini said.”He was a top player throughout his career. He likes football so everyone knew in that moment he was going to continue his career as a manager. I’m very happy for his success.”Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty Images
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Calvert-Lewin hits hat-trick in Everton win

Dominic Calvert-Lewin is the first player to score a Premier League hat-trick for Everton since Wayne Rooney in 2017Dominic Calvert-Lewin hit a first career hat-trick and James Rodriguez scored on his home debut as Everton continued their impressive start to the Premier League season with a dominant win against 10-man West Brom.The Baggies took an…

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Dominic Calvert-Lewin is the first player to score a Premier League hat-trick for Everton since Wayne Rooney in 2017Dominic Calvert-Lewin hit a first career hat-trick and James Rodriguez scored on his home debut as Everton continued their impressive start to the Premier League season with a dominant win against 10-man West Brom.The Baggies took an early lead through an excellent solo effort by Grady Diangana, who broke from inside his own half before hitting a dipping effort beyond Jordan Pickford for his first top-flight goal. Everton equalised midway through the first half when the video assistant referee overturned an offside decision after Calvert-Lewin cleverly backheeled into the net for his second goal in as many games.Rodriguez then marked his home debut with a clinical finish on the stroke of half-time, sweeping a low effort into the far corner from Richarlison’s pass.Reaction to Everton’s win against West BromLawro’s full predictions v singer and Manchester United fan RayeA crazy few minutes at the end of the first half saw Kieran Gibbs and manager Slaven Bilic sent off for the visitors – Gibbs dismissed for pushing Rodriguez, and Bilic for remonstrating with the officials as they made their way off the pitch at half-time.Despite that double setback West Brom pulled level straight after the restart when Matheu Pereira curled in a stunning free-kick, but parity was short-lived as Michael Keane stabbed in a loose ball after Sam Johnstone parried Richarlison’s header. Calvert-Lewin then got his second when he slid in from close range after good work by Rodriguez and Richarlison and completed his hat-trick by heading in Rodriguez’s corner.Everton have won their opening two league fixtures for the first time in eight years, while defeat for West Brom means they are still searching for their first points of the season.Early days, but Everton – and Rodriguez – look excitingRodriguez was involved in three of the five goalsAfter flirting with relegation and then limping towards a mid-table finish last season, Everton needed a big summer.Despite the short turnaround, Carlo Ancelotti’s work in the transfer market has been impressive and the additions of Allan and Abdoulaye Doucoure already appear to have significantly improved their midfield just two games into the season.But it is the signing of Colombian forward Rodriguez that looks set to be the pick of the deals, as well as perhaps the best bit of business completed this summer in the Premier League.Rodriguez caught the eye with his impressive footwork and vision in Everton’s opening win against Tottenham and built on that in this game as he was involved in three of the home side’s five goals.His strike to make it 2-1 was one of real quality as, despite having four West Brom players in close attention, he took a touch before sweeping into the far corner from outside the box. He then showed great vision for Everton’s fourth, lofting the ball into the box for Richarlison, who squared for Calvert-Lewin, and was on hand again to provide the assist for the English striker’s third. Ancelotti clearly is a manager who can get the best out of Rodriguez, who has now scored in four of Europe’s top five leagues, with his first goals in La Liga, the Bundesliga and now the Premier League all coming under the Italian.And the former Chelsea boss appears to be having the same influence on Calvert-Lewin. The striker had not scored more than six goals in a season in his first three Premier League campaigns but got 13 last term – eight of those under Ancelotti – and already has four this season.Baggies need to shore up defence When West Ham sold Diangana to West Brom this summer, it prompted an unexpected and angry message on social media from Hammers’ captain Mark Noble, who said he was “gutted, angry and sad” that the club had decided to sell the youngster.His goal against Everton showed just why Noble rated Diangana so highly and justified West Brom’s decision to spend £18m of their budget on the England youth international.Diangana’s raw talent coupled with the creativity of Pereira – who with 17 assists is second only to Kevin de Bruyne as top creator of goals in English football since the start of last season – means the Baggies have attacking flair that could serve them well this season.But they have now conceded eight goals in just two games and there will need to be significant improvement in their defensive displays if they are to avoid an immediate return to the Championship. Man of the match – Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton)Man of the match could just as easily have gone to James Rodriguez but scoring a hat-trick in the Premier League is no easy feat and Calvert-Lewin showed a great striker’s instinct to be in the right place at the right time for all three of his goalsA first for Richarlison – the statsEverton have registered back-to-back victories at the start of a Premier League campaign for the first time since 2012-13.West Brom have conceded five goals in a Premier League game for the first time since a 5-5 draw on the final day of the 2012-13 season against Manchester United.Seamus Coleman became only the sixth player to hit the 250-start milestone for Everton in the Premier League (also Tim Howard, Leighton Baines, Phil Jagielka, Leon Osman and David Unsworth).Since his Everton debut in December 2016, Dominic Calvert-Lewin has scored 36 goals in all competitions, seven more than any other player for the Toffees.Calvert-Lewin is the first Everton player to score a top-flight hat-trick since Wayne Rooney vs West Ham in November 2017, and the youngest Englishman to do so for the Toffees (23 years and 187 days) since Tony Cottee (23 years and 47 days) vs Newcastle in August 1988.34% of Everton playmaker James Rodríguez’s 53 goals in Europe’s top five leagues have been scored from outside the box (18 of 53), including three of his past six.Kieran Gibbs is the first West Brom player to be sent off in the Premier League since Hal Robson-Kanu against Burnley in August 2017.Everton attacker Richarlison registered two assists in a Premier League game for the first time ever (111 appearances in total).What next?Everton will look to make it four wins from four in all competitions when they travel to Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday, 26 September (15:00 BST), while West Brom host Chelsea on the same day (17:30 BST).Player of the matchCalvert-LewinDominic Calvert-Lewinwith an average of 8.69EvertonSquad number9Player nameCalvert-LewinSquad number19Player nameRodríguezSquad number7Player nameRicharlisonSquad number6Player nameAllanSquad number12Player nameDigneSquad number5Player nameKeaneSquad number16Player nameDoucouréSquad number23Player nameColemanSquad number21Player nameAndré GomesSquad number10Player nameG SigurdssonSquad number13Player nameMinaSquad number17Player nameIwobiSquad number27Player nameKeanSquad number1Player namePickfordWest Bromwich AlbionSquad number11Player nameDianganaSquad number12Player nameMatheus PereiraSquad number7Player nameRobinsonSquad number8Player nameLivermoreSquad number10Player namePhillipsSquad number28Player nameFieldSquad number19Player nameSawyersSquad number21Player nameEdwardsSquad number6Player nameSemi AjayiSquad number27Player nameO’SheaSquad number5Player nameBartleySquad number2Player nameFurlongSquad number1Player nameJohnstoneSquad number3Player nameGibbsLine-upsEverton1Pickford23Coleman13Mina5Keane12Digne16DoucouréBooked at 16minsSubstituted forG Sigurdssonat 65’minutes6Allan21André Gomes19RodríguezSubstituted forKeanat 78’minutes9Calvert-LewinSubstituted forIwobiat 71’minutes7RicharlisonSubstitutes2Kenny10G Sigurdsson17Iwobi20Bernard26Davies27Kean31Neves VirgíniaWest Brom1Johnstone2Furlong6Ajayi5Bartley27O’Shea3GibbsBooked at 45mins12Costa PereiraSubstituted forPhillipsat 71’minutes8Livermore19SawyersSubstituted forFieldat 75’minutes11DianganaSubstituted forEdwardsat 71’minutes7RobinsonSubstitutes4Robson-Kanu10Phillips16Harper21Edwards24Kipré25Button28FieldLive TextMatch ends, Everton 5, West Bromwich Albion 2.90’+5’Second Half ends, Everton 5, West Bromwich Albion 2.90’+2’Foul by Moise Kean (Everton).90’+2’Dara O’Shea (West Bromwich Albion) wins a free kick in the defensive half.89’Attempt missed. Richarlison (Everton) header from the centre of the box misses to the right. Assisted by Lucas Digne with a cross.88’Corner, Everton. Conceded by Dara O’Shea.85’Offside, West Bromwich Albion. Sam Field tries a through ball, but Callum Robinson is caught offside.84’Attempt missed. Moise Kean (Everton) left footed shot from outside the box misses to the left. Assisted by Gylfi Sigurdsson.83’Michael Keane (Everton) wins a free kick on the left wing.83’Foul by Matt Phillips (West Bromwich Albion).78’Substitution, Everton. Moise Kean replaces James Rodríguez.77’Foul by Alex Iwobi (Everton).77’Darnell Furlong (West Bromwich Albion) wins a free kick on the right wing.76’Offside, Everton. Gylfi Sigurdsson tries a through ball, but Richarlison is caught offside.75’Substitution, West Bromwich Albion. Sam Field replaces Romaine Sawyers.71’Substitution, West Bromwich Albion. Kyle Edwards replaces Grady Diangana.71’Substitution, Everton. Alex Iwobi replaces Dominic Calvert-Lewin.71’Substitution, West Bromwich Albion. Matt Phillips replaces Matheus Pereira.66’Goal! Everton 5, West Bromwich Albion 2. Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton) header from the centre of the box to the top left corner. Assisted by James Rodríguez with a cross following a corner.66’Corner, Everton. Conceded by Romaine Sawyers.
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Manchester United have agreed terms with Porto full-back Alex Telles and the 27-year-old Brazil international could now sign a five-year deal. (RMC Sport – via Mirror)external-linkSections of the Real Madrid dressing room are said to be relieved that Wales forward Gareth Bale has made a loan move to Tottenham. (AS – in Spanish)external-linkRennes want Chelsea…

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Manchester United have agreed terms with Porto full-back Alex Telles and the 27-year-old Brazil international could now sign a five-year deal. (RMC Sport – via Mirror)external-linkSections of the Real Madrid dressing room are said to be relieved that Wales forward Gareth Bale has made a loan move to Tottenham. (AS – in Spanish)external-linkRennes want Chelsea to include two players in any deal for Senegal international goalkeeper Edouard Mendy, 28. England defender Fikayo Tomori, 22, is one of those the French club want. (Football Insider)external-linkLiverpool have asked about a possible loan deal for France and Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembele, 23. (Sport)external-linkSheffield United manager Chris Wilder says the club have held talks with Liverpool over a loan move for English striker Rhian Brewster, 20. (Yorkshire Live)external-linkBut Crystal Palace also want to sign Brewster from the champions on a permanent deal. (90Min)external-linkManchester City are considering a deal for Sevilla’s French centre-back Jules Kounde, 21. The move could see Argentina international Nicolas Otamendi, 32, move in the opposite direction. (Telegraph)external-linkCrystal Palace’s potential sale of 24-year-old Norway international striker Alexander Sorloth to RB Leipzig will fund a move for Brentford’s Algeria international forward Said Benrahma, 25. (Guardian)external-linkAny move away from Southampton for striker Danny Ings, 28, is “100% not discussable” according to manager Ralph Hasenhuttl. (Daily Echo)external-linkLeeds are still keen on signing Argentina international midfielder Rodrigo de Paul, 26, from Udinese. (Fabrizio Romano)external-linkAmerican defender DeAndre Yedlin, 27, looks set to leave Newcastle for Besiktas. (NBC)external-linkArsenal, Leeds and Wolves are all keen on 18-year-old Reading midfielder Michael Olise. (Football League World)external-linkAston Villa remain poised to sign 25-year-old Burkina Faso winger Bertrand Traore from Lyon. (Sky Sports)external-linkGossip: Could Odsonne Edouard join Jack Grealish at Aston Villa?Newcastle are close to signing Peru playmaker Rodrigo Vilca, 21, from Deportivo Municipal. (Mail)external-linkBurnley manager Sean Dyche has described the club’s way of working in the transfer market as “last minute” and “tricky”. (Mail)external-linkFormer Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says it’s “a dream” of his to coach Real Madrid. (Cadena Cope Radio – via ESPN)external-linkLeicester manager Brendan Rodgers says winger Demarai Gray has a decision to make over his future and that the 24-year-old will ultimately decide when he leaves the club. (Leicester Mercury)external-linkLyon could offer 26-year-old Dutch forward Memphis Depay to AC Milan in a swap deal which would see the French club sign 23-year-old Brazilian midfielder Lucas Paqueta. (Di Marzio – in Italian)external-link The Guardian and most other papers lead on Gareth Bale’s return to Tottenham Extinction: The Facts: Sir David Attenborough on biodiversity crisisBattlestar Galactica: Binge all episodes of sci-fi classic
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Liverpool have enquired about Ismaila Sarr and discussed his situation with Watford, who want £36m for the 22-year-old Senegal striker. (Mail) external-linkSarr has been identified by Manchester United as an alternative option if their move for Borussia Dortmund and England winger Jadon Sancho fails. (Independent)external-linkManchester United are considering moves for Inter Milan’s Croatia winger Ivan…

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Liverpool have enquired about Ismaila Sarr and discussed his situation with Watford, who want £36m for the 22-year-old Senegal striker. (Mail) external-linkSarr has been identified by Manchester United as an alternative option if their move for Borussia Dortmund and England winger Jadon Sancho fails. (Independent)external-linkManchester United are considering moves for Inter Milan’s Croatia winger Ivan Perisic, 31, Bayern Munich’s France winger Kingsley Coman, 24, and 30-year-old Brazil winger Douglas Costa from Juventus. (ESPN)external-linkManchester United are also targeting Germany midfielder Sami Khedira, 33, when his contract expires at Juventus. (Sun)external-linkA deal has been agreed for 28-year-old Rennes and Senegal goalkeeper Edouard Mendy to join Chelsea, says his agent. (Stades via Star)external-linkGossip: Could Odsonne Edouard join Jack Grealish at Aston Villa?Chelsea are set to bid for West Ham’s England midfielder Declan Rice, 21, as the final act of their summer spending. (Simon Phillips via Express) external-linkA Manchester United bid for Porto’s 27-year-old Brazilian defender Alex Telles is imminent, according to his agent. (Star)external-linkBrentford have rejected a bid of about £10m from Arsenal for 25-year-old Spanish goalkeeper David Raya. (Telegraph)external-linkSouthampton have told Tottenham that striker Danny Ings, 28, is not for sale at any price. (Mail)external-linkLeicester City are closing in on the loan signing of 23-year-old Turkey striker Cengiz Under from Roma, while Burnley’s England defender James Tarkowski, 27, is still a target for Foxes manager Brendan Rodgers. (Sky Sports)external-linkWest Ham have changed the structure of their latest bid for Tarkowski but the offer has still been declined by Burnley. (Sky Sports)external-linkWest Brom are trying to sign Aston Villa’s 27-year-old Tanzania striker Mbwana Samatta before he completes a move to Fenerbahce. (Sun)external-linkEnglish former Liverpool defender and free agent Nathaniel Clyne, 29, is training with Crystal Palace and could earn a contract. (Standard)external-linkEdin Dzeko is set to join Juventus from Roma on a two-year deal. The 34-year-old Bosnia and Herzegovina striker’s move will mean Luis Suarez’s hopes of a move from Barcelona to the Serie A champions will likely end. (Goal)external-linkArsenal have agreed personal terms with Lyon’s 22-year-old French midfielder Houssem Aouar. (Star)external-linkTottenham and England midfielder Dele Alli, 24, has emerged as a target for Paris St-Germain and Inter Milan. (Mail)external-linkSerbia striker Luka Jovic, 22, is keen to leave Real Madrid. (Marca)external-linkGenoa have reached an agreement with Chelsea to sign 28-year-old right-back Davide Zappacosta on loan. (DiMarzio – Twitter)external-linkJuventus have confirmed Gonzalo Higuain’s departure. The 32-year-old Argentina striker is expected to sign for MLS club Inter Miami. (Goal)external-link Gareth Bale’s move to Tottenham features on several back pages Extinction: The Facts: Sir David Attenborough on biodiversity crisisBattlestar Galactica: Binge all episodes of sci-fi classic
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