Premier League

Friday, 28 August 2015

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The 22-year-old striker has signed a four-year deal after arriving from River Plate Montevideo for an disclosed fee, and will be part of the first-team squad this season

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The forward impressed in his first season at the Liberty Stadium but injuries and a loan spell at Napoli followed, with the manager keen to offload the player again this summer

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The Black Cats are aiming to bring in more players before Tuesday's summer transfer deadline, but the manager ruled out a deal for Jonathan de Guzman

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The Swans recorded a historic double over Manchester United last season, including victory in the manager's opening game, but the Dutchman says his squad is now more prepared

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The Colombian winger remains confused as to why his spell at Stamford Bridge has not worked out well and is looking forward to a "new challenge" back in Italy

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Newcastle United could be boosted by the return of the midfielder as they aim to end their five-year winless run against Arsene Wenger's side

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The manager has said the transfer saga surrounding the Tottenham target has been disruptive for West Brom but hopes to now be able to draw a line under the interest

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Having failed to make an impact at the Etihad Stadium, making just five senior outings over four years, the 20-year-old has moved to the Ligue 1 outfit on a five-year deal

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The manager has suggested that conceding two red cards and two penalties in three games is "not normal" as he looks to close the gap on table-toppers Manchester City

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Joachim Low has named the Red's player in his squad, whilst Bastian Schweinsteiger and Mesut Ozil have also been selected

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The Red's boss suggested that the winger is still in his plans and hinted that Daniel Sturridge may be edging closer to a return

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The Chelsea manager refused to be drawn on transfer speculation and insisted he is not worried by the Blues' early season form

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Adama Traore broke down with an ankle injury in midweek, with the Villains also suffering from a sickness bug around the training ground

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The group stage of the tournament will see some heavyweight clashes, including Tottenham vs Monaco and and Ajax vs Fenerbahce

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The former Potters boss will return to his old stomping ground for the first time as an opposition manager, though the match may be overshadowed by Saido Berahino's future

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Manuel Pellegrini's side have enjoyed an unbeaten start to the Premier League season, though the Hornets are also yet to taste defeat and the Spaniard is confident