Tuesday, 22 July 2014

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Ronald Koeman has revealed the Saints have lost patience with their troubled £15 million striker after he failed to report with the rest of the squad for pre-season training

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The 28-year-old moved to St James' Park in 2011 but has made just 57 appearances for the club in all competitions, and will ply his trade in Ligue 1 this season

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The Blues finished four points off Manchester City last season and reached the semi-finals of Europe's elite club competition, and their manager believes they are stronger now

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The 21-year-old departs Selhurst Park having made just six appearances under Ian Holloway last season before falling out of favour under successor Tony Pulis

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The 31-year-old has signed an initial four-year deal with an option to extend by 12 months and says he is delighted at the prospect of finishing his career at the Hawthorns

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The Argentine has completed a move to the King Power Stadium after scoring 16 goals for the Seagulls last season, becoming the Foxes' sixth signing of the summer

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The Hammers go in search of their first win this pre-season as they face The Nix in Auckland, with our tipster backing a comfortable win for Sam Allardyce's side

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The 22-year-old defender was also the subject of significant interest from Southampton but has opted to link up with fellow new signing Rio Ferdinand at Loftus Road

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Despite speculation linking the Sporting Lisbon left-back to the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea, Saints have stolen a march on their Premier League rivals for the 24-year-old

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The striker, who joined from Monaco last week, opened his account of his new side as Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Adam Armstrong and fellow new-boy Siem De Jong also scored

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The new Southampton boss still hopes to have the wantaway Croatia international in his squad for the upcoming season despite the two clubs nearing an agreement over a transfer

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The Old Trafford starlets have both spurned interest from other Premier League sides to pledge their long-term futures to the club, who have begun a new era under Louis van Gaal

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The Liverpool defender will spend the season with the Baggies as he looks for more regular first-team action, becoming Alan Irvine's sixth signing of the summer

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With three Premier League sides continuing their pre-season preparations against lower league teams tonight, Al Hain-Cole is backing them to complete a clean sweep at around 8/5

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The striker spent last season on loan at the Stadium of Light, prompting the Black Cats to agree a £14 million deal for a permanent move, but the Italian wants to stay at Anfield

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With a strong squad travelling to Germany to take on a lower league side tentatively preparing for their new season, Al Hain-Cole expects Harry Redknapp's men to come out on top

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The 34-year-old, who has called time on his international career, insists the current manager was the correct appointment as the country look to recover from a disastrous World Cup

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The midfielder, who spent last season on loan at the KC Stadium before joining permanently last month, has just one cap to his name - coming in August 2012 while still at Tottenham

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Goal assesses how the Blues' marquee summer signings could affect their starting XI in the latest installment of our series looking at the Premier League's top six sides