Thursday, 30 July 2015

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Ronald Koeman's side recorded a comfortable victory over the Dutch side in the first leg of their Europa League third qualifying round clash at St Mary's on Thursday

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Slaven Bilic's side had taken a 2-0 lead at Upton Park, with Enner Valencia and Mauro Zarate on the scoresheet, but James Collins' sending off sparked a remarkable comeback

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The Blancos have been linked with a move for the 18-year-old midfielder but his current employers expect him to imminently sign a contract extension

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The Italy international will be sidelined for 20 days with a thigh problem suffered in Wednesday's pre-season meeting with Lechia Gdansk

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Thomas Tuchel begins his reign at Signal Iduna Park with a trip to Austria as they look to qualify for the Europa League. Follow it all LIVE! on Goal

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The Saints take on their Dutch counterparts in the Europa League on Thursday and you can follow all of the action LIVE with Goal!

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The Hammers continue their Europa League journey against their Romanian counterparts on Thursday, having narrowly defeated Birkirkara in the last round of the competition

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The Romania international joined Spurs in 2013 but struggled to nail down a first-team place at White Hart Lane and has now completed his move to the Serie A side

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The full-back believes his compatriot is the ideal candidate to take over the armband from lker Casillas and is confident he will stay put amid interest from Manchester United

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The Italy international has voiced his frustration with the way he was treated last term, but remains determined to succeed at San Siro

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The €40 million signing from Juventus was less than 10 minutes into his first training session before he was humiliated by the Brazilian

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The club's president insists they inserted a large release clause in the striker's contract to ensure he remains at Stadio San Paolo and have no interest in selling him

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The transfer guru regrets his decision to allow the Italy international to move on, while he is happy Milan eventually missed out on Jackson Martinez

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The shot stopper has insisted the Europa League winners will do their utmost to spring a surprise and feels they can still improve

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The 33-year-old insists he is happy at Paris Saint-Germain but is confident no one will be able to predict his next destination when the time comes