Friday 24 June 2016

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The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union and the Premier League is expected to suffer as a result. Goal takes a look at 20 players who could steer clear...

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The club's value on the New York Stock Exchange suffered on Friday due to the instability caused by the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union

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The Algeria international has already been linked with Foxes and Tottenham this summer after scoring 31 goals in 46 matches for Primeira Liga runners-up Sporting last season

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The Czech Republic international, who has played in the Premier League since 2004, has launched a scathing attack following the shock result from Thursday's EU referendum

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Current FIFA regulations allow clubs inside the European Union to sign players from the age of 16 but that could rise to 18 for the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea

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With Samuel Umtiti seemingly Barcelona bound, Lyon may well be saying goodbye to another one of their key stars in the summer transfer window, according to reports

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The Foxes will have to look elsewhere to bolster their attacking options as last season's Serie B top scorer closes in a switch to the San Siro side

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The Gunners had activated the striker's £20 million release clause but the England international has now agreed a four-year contract with the Premier League champions

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Following the Leave campaign's victory with 51.9% of the vote, Gary Lineker, Jamie Carragher, Stan Collymore and Dietmar Hamann have all reacted to the news

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The former Chelsea forward has been contacted by BVB, who are resigned to losing their Armenian attacking midfielder to Manchester United this summer, according to reports

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The Arsenal boss believes the modern world creates fear and suggests Britain leaving the European Union will have an impact on the ability to sign overseas players

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With Spurs' local constituency - and the rest of London - having voted to remain in the EU referendum, the presumably scheduled post was poorly received by the club's fans

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The England striker has signed a new contract at the King Power Stadium but the Arsenal boss expects a race to sign the France midfielder

Thursday 23 June 2016

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The Kenya international will play Champions League football next season after leaving Southampton to sign a five-year deal at White Hart Lane

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Pep Guardiola's side have seen off competition from the Spanish champions to clinch the signing of Benjamin Garre, the 15-year-old grandson of a 1986 World Cup winner

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The Manchester City and Chelsea forwards are on a shortlist that includes three other names as the Catalan club brace themselves for the exit of the Brazil international

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The Leicester City striker rejected overtures from the Gunners and has instead penned a new deal with the Foxes, and Arsene Wenger must now find another striker to sign

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The Celta Vigo and Spain forward's uncle has confirmed that the player has held talks with the new Citizens manager ahead of a summer switch to the Etihad Stadium

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The incoming Blues boss has moved to bring in a colleague from the Italian national team in order to keep first-choice goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois happy at the club

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Real Madrid recently activated their buy-back clause to re-sign the striker from Juventus, but the Spain international's representative says a move to England could still happen