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Huddersfield Town – teamtalk.com 21 Feb 09:20

Paper Talk: Chelsea lead United for 88m American; Arsenal link

A Premier League duo face a fight to sign an £88m-rated winger, while Arsenal eyeing a move for a Juventus defender, according to Wednesday’s papers.

 

CHELSEA FACE PULISIC BATTLE

Chelsea are reportedly battling Bayern Munich and Manchester United for £88m-rated Dortmund star Christian Pulisic.

The Daily Mail claims on Wednesday that Bayern are now interested in the winger as they look to replace the ageing Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery.

The report states that Chelsea are the most serious about signing Pulisic, with United keeping track of the situation.

However, the Premier League duo will be boosted by the fact that Dortmund will be reluctant to lose a key man to their rivals again.

Robert Lewandowski, Mats Hummels and Mario Goetze have all left the Westfalenstadion for Bayern in the past few years.

Liverpool tried and failed to sign the USA international back in 2016, and reports in the German media claim it would take £88m to tempt Dortmund to sell.

 

AND THE REST

Jorginho could be allowed to leave Napoli – opening the door for a move to Manchester United (Sun)

Manchester United are ready to offer Real Madrid competition for Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi (Star)

Watford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure has claimed Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham want to sign him (Mirror)

Arsenal are eyeing up a move for Juventus ace Daniele Rugani (Sun)

David Moyes has given further clues that he will be staying on as West Ham manager by looking at potential recruits (Express)

Soon-to-be out-of-contract Lazio defender Stefan de Vrij is keen on a move to Manchester United (Mirror)

Leo Ulloa wants a permanent return to Brighton and reckons helping them stay up will mean more than winning the title (Sun)

Wigan insisted their security measures were “perfectly acceptable” during the FA Cup showdown with Manchester City (Mail)

Panicking ref chiefs are planning emergency testing of new VAR equipment after a series of cock-ups (Sun)

 

 

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Huddersfield Town – teamtalk.com 19 Feb 14:16

Ref Review: Dele Alli penalty verdict; VAR debate over Man Utd goal

VAR took centre stage in the FA Cup over the weekend, while Dele Alli was again in the news after winning a penalty at Rochdale.

 

Refereeing decisions are regularly the source of debate among fans, pundits, players and managers so this season a five-strong TEAMtalk panel will be passing judgement on every red card (or avoidance of one), every penalty and any other major incident every matchday.

We’ll also decide on a weekly basis which side can consider themselves lucky and which was the easiest decision for a match official to make.

 

Leicester City disallowed goal v Sheffield United

Jamie Vardy was a constant menace for the Foxes against the Blades and thought he’d wrapped the game up at the King Power after firing home for what the hosts thought was 2-0. However his effort was disallowed after Riyad Mahrez was flagged for offside. Really close call from the officials, but the correct one.

Verdict: Correct decision

 

Swansea City penalty appeal v Sheffield Wednesday

A 0-0 draw was a result neither side would have wanted but the visitors felt they should have had a penalty before half-time when striker Tammy Abraham tumbled over under a challenge by Daniel Pudil. Swansea insisted their man was pushed in the back but ref Paul Tierney ignored their claim and replays confirmed it was a solid call from the referee with the young Swansea striker going down very easily.

Verdict: Correct decision

Manchester United disallowed goal v Huddersfield Town

No question as to what was the talking point of the weekend in terms of refereeing decisions. On Saturday evening, Juan Mata appeared to have put Manchester United 2-0 up just before the break against the Terriers when he ran on to Ashley Young’s clever pass. However, while the Red Devils were celebrating, referee Kevin Friend listened patiently to his earpiece for the VAR input and after what seemed like an eternity the ‘goal’ was eventually chalked off. Mata’s knee was later revealed to be offside. The on screen graphics were admittedly a bit iffy, leading to both manager’s questioning the validity of VAR after the game.

On Sunday Hawkeye said a “technical error led to an incorrect graphic being provided”. Given that VAR is only supposed to be used for a “clear and obvious mistake”, should it even have been used at all in this instance? We are not so sure, but eventually the correct decision prevailed.

Verdict: Correct decision

Rochdale first goal v Tottenham

Before it all went nuts in the second period Dale had actually taken the lead when Ian Henderson finished a counter-attack on the stroke of half-time. It was his sixth goal in the competition this season yet a few Spurs fans on social media were of the opinion Henderson may have been just offside when the ball was played but replays confirmed he was level. Great decision.

Verdict: Correct decision

 

Tottenham penalty v Rochdale

Incredible drama late on at Rochdale after Dele Alli went down under the challenge of Harrison McGahey in the 88th minute with the score at 1-1. Several Rochdale played were quick to complain that the England man had gone to ground too easily and Rochdale boss Keith Hill claimed Alli was ‘looking for’ a penalty. However while Alli has (rightly or wrongly) earned himself a reputation for diving this season, we don’t get the controversy over this one as it looked a stick on.

Verdict: Correct decision

 

Team most likely to feel brassed off award

Manchester United

The events around Juan Mata’s disallowed ‘goal’ in Yorkshire have exposed flaws in the VAR system for sure. Given how close it was – Mata can’t have been any more than the width of a butterfly’s wing offside – the referee’s original decision to allow the goal should have stood.

 

Stonewall decision of the week

Tottenham penalty

Dele Alli’s reputation for going down too easily in the area is perhaps well deserved but if, say, Kevin De Bruyne wins that penalty on Sunday, nobody bats an eyelid surely?

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Huddersfield Town – teamtalk.com 19 Feb 12:00

Mata wants VAR restricted to key incidents after FA Cup controversy

Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata remains a supporter of the Video Assistant Referee system despite it costing him a goal at the weekend.

The Spain international had an effort cancelled out for the narrowest of offsides – with television viewers seeing some strangely skewed lines superimposed on the screen – in Saturday’s FA Cup win at Huddersfield.

Despite that disappointment Mata is still a fan of the introduction of the technology.

“A lot has been said about the goal that I scored and was disallowed by the VAR. It was my first time, a new experience for me (and for almost all of us, actually),” he wrote in his blog on juanmata8.com.

“The truth is, once you have celebrated the goal you are surprised and disappointed (as you could see on my face), but this time, luckily, that goal was not needed to win.

“As I said in a few interviews after the game, even if this time it didn’t play in our favour, I think in the future the VAR will be helpful for the referees, who always have a difficult job, and eventually it will bring more justice to football.

“Given that an unfair call or a wrong one might have significant consequences (sending a team to relegation, having a manager sacked, etc.), I understand that we must try to make the final result as fair as possible, and that’s where I think that a proper use of the VAR can be really helpful.

“Technology can help football to be more fair, especially nowadays when it seems that the result is the only thing that matters (we could write a whole book on this subject :-)).

“I believe, though, that such technology should be restricted to a few particular actions that are crucial in the game (in order to avoid too many interruptions), and especially that the final decision should take less time and be more clear than last Saturday’s.”

 

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Huddersfield Town – teamtalk.com 19 Feb 09:57

Monday Verdict: Liverpool 2018 v 2005; massive Harry Kane dilemma

This week’s Monday Verdict compares Liverpool’s 2018 and 2005 teams, assesses Harry Kane’s future and looks at Man Utd’s future.

 

WHO COMES OUT ON TOP BETWEEN LIVERPOOL’S 2018 SIDE VS 2005 ISTANBUL HEROES?

Robbie Fowler, one of Liverpool’s greatest-ever goal-grabbers, made quite the claim over the weekend when he suggested Jurgen Klopp’s current crop are a better side than the one that tasted Champions League glory under Rafa Benitez in 2005.

“I think, with all due respect, this team is better. I know that sounds stupid because we are sitting here talking about European champions,” Fowler said.

“But potentially this team can cause a few upsets in Europe.

“Obviously the ambition and the aim is to get into the top four as well.

“Jurgen I think is building something special, we have been saying that for a while.”

And while there’s no doubting we took a lot of pleasure from seeing Liverpool dismantle Porto 5-0 in their Champions League last-16 tie in Portugal last week, this still presents quite the claim from Fowler.

So, we decided to put Fowler’s theory to the test and squared up the two sides, player for player.For arguments sake, we’ve pitted Liverpool’s XI that beat Porto vs the Reds XI that triumphed on that famous night against Milan in 2005 and while the formations are different (Liverpool won with a 4-5-1 in 2005) we’ve still pitted each XI against one another…

 

Jerzy Dudek v Loris Karius: There’s no doubting the German has improved massively in recent weeks, but we’re still a long way from being convinced he’s Liverpool’s long-term No 1. Dudek, too, of course had his flaws, but in this instance, the Pole takes a narrow victory. Verdict: Dudek

 

Steve Finnan v Trent Alexander-Arnold: This is one tough battle because the Liverpool youngster has really impressed us of late and looks a safe bet to one day become England’s future right-back. But Mr Consistency Finnan was vastly underrated at once again marginally comes out on top. Verdict: Finnan

 

Sami Hyypia v Dejan Lovren: Simply no contest here – big Dejan (kidding, Sami, really!!) all the way. Verdict: Hyypia

Jamie Carragher v Virgil van Dijk: The latter has all the qualities to become a Liverpool great, but there’s no getting around that Carragher, for all he did at Liverpool, wins this battle. Verdict: Carragher

 

Djimi Traore v Andy Robertson: Traore is often cruelly tagged the worst player ever to win a Champions League medal, and while the tag is slightly harsh, there’s no doubting he did have plenty of vulnerabilities at Liverpool. Robertson has adapted well, meanwhile, after a slow start at Liverpool and looks more and more at home in their Red (and orange) shirts. For those that don’t know, by the way, Malian Traore is currently the assistant coach at MLS side Seattle Sounders – good to know he’s still appreciated somewhere. Verdict: Robertson

John Arne Riise: Made 321 Premier League appearances

 

John Arne Riise v Gini Wijaldum: Although two very different performers with two very different attributes, the two both operated on the inside left of a midfield three. We do like Wijnaldum’s honest endeavours, but the hammer shot of Riise wins the day for us all day long. Verdict: Riise

 

Steven Gerrard v Jordan Henderson: Let’s not waste anyone’s time comparing these two. It’s not Henderson’s fault, but Gerrard remains and always will be, one of the greatest players to ever wear the red shirt. Verdict: Gerrard

Xabi Alonso: Enjoys Oktoberfest with his wife Nagore Aramburo

 

Xabi Alonso v James Milner: Two brilliant players, again with very different attributes, but only one can claim greatness. (And no, we still haven’t forgiven Rafa for trying to sign Gareth Barry and forcing Alonso out!) Verdict: Alonso

 

Harry Kewell v Mohamed Salah: Harry Kewell scored 15 goals for Liverpool over his five seasons at the club; Mo Salah has already doubled that tally in half a season. Verdict: Salah

 

Luis Garcia v Sadio Mane: Garcia is a cult figure in Anfield folklore thanks to the Ghost Goal that sank Chelsea; however, Mane is the more talented and dangerous player of the two, despite his inconsistencies this season. Verdict: Mane

 

Milan Baros v Roberto Firmino: A limited striker, Baros always seemed to flatter to deceive at Liverpool, despite him always doing a solid job for the side. Firmino too likes to put in a similar shift, but the major difference is the Brazilian’s goals output. Another easy choice. Verdict: Firmino

 

Results

Liverpool 2005: 7

Liverpool 2018: 4

 

Overrall, Liverpool’s 2005 side seemed to excel in the areas that the current crop don’t – and vice-versa – so comparisons will always be hard to call. Player for player, however, the side that Rafa lead to Champions League glory in 2005 just about edges it, primarily thanks to the brilliance of Hyypia, Carragher, Alonso and Gerrard.

But let’s not take anything away from Liverpool’s front three right now, who stand, quite simply, alongside the world’s best attacking triumvirates right now. If they can stay fit, and if they can find a way to keep it tight at the back, this current crop could go close to matching the achievements of their 2005 peers, but until they do, it’s hard to label Klopp’s 2018 bunch a better side than their 2005 counterparts.

 

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KANE FACES BIG DECISION OVER TOTTENHAM FUTURE

This year looks like being the biggest one yet in the ever-blossoming career of Harry Kane.

With a World Cup on the horizon and with Tottenham well poised to reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League, 2018 could yet prove the landmark year in Kane’s career.

But while many will feel Tottenham may have to win a trophy to keep Kane happy, for me, failure to do so will be forgiven for now if the club secures a place in the Champions League again next season.

Failure to do so, will leave the player facing a massive decision on his future, especially amid heightening claims that a move to Real Madrid has already been agreed.

 

READ MORE: Coutinho shares Kane’s new Real Madrid No with his Barcelona teammates

 

Does the player stay at Tottenham and continue to hunt down Alan Shearer’s Premier League goals record? Or does he move to arguably the world’s biggest club in Real Madrid, more than double his wages and, most importantly, give himself a stronger chance of trophy success?

There’s a theory bandied around that Kane wants to emulate the likes of Francesco Totti and Matt Le Tissier (two players whose undoubted talents could have earned them bigger and better moves during their careers) and stay at Spurs for the duration of his career. Do that, and the Premier League goals record looks within sight. He might just win the odd trophy too, which would be nice….

There’s a lot of ‘ifs, buts and maybes’ being bandied about, but if Spurs finish in the top four (or better yet, shock everyone and win the damn Champions League…. dream on, Spurs fans…!), there’s no decision to be made.

But should Spurs fail to finish in the top four and he’s presented with a return to the Europa League, supporters may have every right to feel nervous about their star man’s future.

A big decision in what could be a very big year, awaits….

 

CONTE SHOULD HAVE SHOWN MORE FAITH IN BATSHUAYI

When Michy Batshuayi joined Borussia Dortmund on deadline day last month it’s fair to say there weren’t too many Chelsea fans crying into their insanely expensive King’s Road pints.

Seven goals in 32 Premier League appearances doesn’t exactly spell success but since moving to the Bundesliga, the Belgium star has found the net again on a regular basis and it begs the question: Was Conte wrong in not trusting Batshuayi more?

Summer signing Alvaro Morata had a bright start to life in west London but has since been hampered by injury issues, leaving Conte to turn to his next available central option in Batshuayi. Only he didn’t, sometimes preferring to go with Eden Hazard as a ‘false No. 9’ instead.

But having bagged a brace, and potentially some momentum, in a 3-0 FA Cup win over Newcastle on January 28, Conte chose to offload Batshuayi to Germany and sign Olivier Giroud from Arsenal instead.

Now, on his day, Giroud is a fine player but he is also incredibly similar to Morata, with the pair not particularly that mobile or quick – two boxes that you can tick for Batshuayi.

Would Chelsea not have been better served keeping an option like that around rather signing another like-for-like in Giroud?

Indeed since heading to the Bundesliga, Batshuayi scored a brace on his debut – he would have had a hat-trick if not for VAR – while he also scored in a win over a Hamburg and then notched two more in the Europa League against Atalanta.

Chelsea do seem to have a habit of bringing in players for big money and then not giving them enough time to settle in London, making fairly snap judgements that have so far cost them Kevin de Bruyne and Mo Salah to name just two.

At least Batshuayi is only on loan at Dortmund and Chelsea could end up with a better player on their hands when he returns, but IF Conte is still in charge he might be better making his plans elsewhere.

 

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IS THE FUTURE BRIGHT FOR UNITED’S YOUTH?

Manchester United’s matchday squad for their FA Cup fifth round clash against Huddersfield Town had somewhat of a youthful look on the face of it.

Yes, there was no shortage of senior presence either, with the likes of Juan Mata, Michael Carrick, Alexis Sanchez and Ashley Young complementing the starting XI.

However, also present in the starting line-up was Scott McTominay, while the bench had Joel Pereira, Angel Gomes and Ethan Hamilton. The latter two are still teenagers.

But what does the future hold for United’s next batch of young guns?

Well, Jose Mourinho was pretty frank in his assessment of Ethan Hamilton’s chances as the 19-year-old took Paul Pogba’s spot on the bench: “I think it’s a beautiful moment for him.

“I’m not going to play Hamilton, but I would prefer to have him and I’m pretty sure he’s happy to be here.”

Hamilton even revealed who helped him settle in with the first team squad when he first broke through: “Darren Fletcher was brilliant with me from day one. He used to chat to me a lot when I was younger. In the canteen, he’d see me about and come over.

“No matter how difficult it is to make it at Manchester United, you need to have the belief that you can do it.”

But will any of the aforementioned players truly become a United star? Is there a Darren Fletcher in the current squad who can aid the transition for aspiring young players?

The debate continues to rumble on about Chelsea’s youth policy and the fact that every season they seem to have over 50 players out on loan. Is it really the best thing for young players?

Axel Tuanzebe (RB) vs. Fulham:

82 touches
32/42 passes
9/9 tackles
8/8 aerial duels
9 clearances
1 interception
1 blocked shot
1 key pass

Solid performance from him, and hopefully he keeps getting minutes and manages to get into José’s plans for next season. pic.twitter.com/3wb3SGW11H

— Henry. (@UtdHenry) February 17, 2018

One talented player that United have loaned out is Axel Tuanzebe, who made his Aston Villa debut on Saturday against Fulham and was apparently very impressive. Will he be another case of a player too good for the Championship but never makes it at Manchester United?

Perhaps it’s too early to tell, but do players such as Timothy Fosu-Mensah and Cameron Borthwick-Jackson have a good chance of being consistent first teamers?

Tahith Chong is another teenager from the Red Devils’ system who has had no shortage of hype, while Lee O’Connor, George Tanner and Ro-Shaun Williams all stood out in United’s recent U19 UEFA Youth League win.

According to the MEN, Williams – and striker Joshua Bohui – have ‘already trained with the seniors at Carrington under Mourinho’ and will hope impressing on the European stage will lead to more opportunities.

As reference by the Daily Mail, Manchester United have included a home-grown player in their first team squad for 81 years. This is perhaps indicative of the club’s identity and the ‘United Way’, the same philosophy that has seen Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard flourish since their emergence in the first team.

But, for those players who emerge, there could be an equal number (or possibly even greater) that it simply never falls into place for.

Take McTominay for example – a player who Jose Mourinho has publicly waxed lyrical about since he came into the fold.

“I think maybe it’s because he’s this kind of kid profile: a normal haircut, no tattoos, no big cars, no big watches, humble kid, arrive in the club when he was nine or 10,” Mourinho said.

“Last season he was almost leaving the club to go somewhere, who knows where, who knows in which division he would be playing now.

“He has now played already, I don’t know, seven or eight 90 minutes – he’s not playing five or 10 minutes – in every competition: Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, Capital One Cup.

“I think the kid deserves a little bit more (recognition).

“And because it looks like England is missing him, if I was Alex McLeish the first thing I would do would be to [makes phone gesture] come to me.”

As glowing a report as that is, Mourinho – and McTominay – will know that he will need to be good enough to displace both Nemanja Matic and Paul Pogba if he is to nail down a midfield spot. Will that happen any time soon? Instinct says no.

Yes, perhaps his chances will be boosted if Marouane Fellaini and Michael Carrick move on at the end of the season, but it still looks like a pretty blocked pipeline for the 21-year-old.

United need to win now – that is very much the manager that Jose Mourinho is, hence why he went out and bought Pogba, Matic, Sanchez et al.

While this is the case, can you honestly say that the future looks bright for any of the aforementioned players?

 

 

TEAMtalk backed Leeds United badge design gets a much-needed revamp

It’s safe to say our campaign to back the new Leeds badge endured something of a mixed response on social media – so we’ve given the prototype a revamp.

The club, which celebrates its centenary in 2019, caused outrage last month when they launched what they thought would be their latest crest.

However, the new design drew widespread criticism – with numerous memes and GIFs created taking the mickey -while an online petition collected 80,000 signatures in a matter of 24 hours.

That spurred the club to abandon plans to use the crest, pictured above, and they decided instead to invite supporters to create their own design.

There’s been a flood of brilliant entries sent it to the club and circulated on social media, but we have been sent what we feel ought to be the winning design.

While our first design – created by local artist and Leeds fan Wayne Lee – didn’t go down too well on social media – the image has been given a redesign by James Howson, a TEAMtalk reader and fellow Whites supporter.

James has given Wayne’s original design a much-need lick of paint – and between them have submitted the final design to the club.

The pair now hope their entry will be shortlisted by the club as they look to create a new design for next season’s centenary kit.

Take a look at the TEAMtalk-backed campaign – and once again, don’t be afraid to let us know what you think….

 

 

And whatever happens, at least remember it’s better than the original design the club came up with… 

 

 

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Huddersfield Town – teamtalk.com 18 Feb 11:02

Paper Talk: Real offer 100m & Bale for Chelsea ace; 25m for Smalling

Real Madrid are ready to offer Chelsea £100million plus a player exchange to get Eden Hazard, while Man Utd have named their price for Arsenal target Chris Smalling, according to Sunday’s newspapers.

 

REAL LOOKING TO LURE CHELSEA INTO HAZARD DEAL

Real Madrid will reportedly offer £100m plus Gareth Bale to tempt Chelsea into parting company with Eden Hazard in the summer.

The reigning La Liga champions are set for a massive summer revamp after a disastrous title defence this season, and Hazard is believed to be their top target.

Real will completely overhaul their squad, with a number of tops stars leaving, including Gareth Bale, while head coach Zinedine Zidane will also be axed.

Bale has been a long-term target for Manchester United but according to a report in the Sunday Express, Real will offer the former Tottenham winger plus £100m to try and lure Hazard to the Bernabeu.

Hazard, along with Blues stopper Thibaut Courtois, has been in new contract talks with the Blues for some time but the club have been unable to tie the pair down.

Now Real are hoping that the offer of Bale and a significant transfer fee will tempt Roman Abramovich into allowing one of prized assets to move on.

Hazard, himself, has admitted in the past that he one day dreams of playing for the Spanish giants, telling French TV channel Canal+ in Novmeber: “Everyone knows the admiration I have for Real, but for now I’m a Blue.”

The question now, however, is how much longer the 27-year-old will continue being ‘a Blue’.

 

AND THE REST

Sadio Mane is set for a bumper pay rise after his heroics for Liverpool in the Champions League (Sunday Mirror)

Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta has backed Luis Enrique to be a star at Chelsea if he takes over (Sunday Mirror)

Manchester City will call on other Premier League clubs to back their campaign against heinous tacklers (Sunday Mirror)

Brentford manager Dean Smith will open talks with the Championship club this week over a new long-term deal (Sunday Mirror)

Manchester City are looking to Borussia Dortmund’s Julian Weigl in their search for a midfield enforcer (Sunday Mirror)

Goalkeeper Diego Cavalieri is set to sign a three-year deal with Crystal Palace this week (Sunday Mirror)

Chelsea would demand Sergio Aguero in exchange for Eden Hazard if Manchester City go after the Belgium star this summer (Daily Star Sunday)

Manchester United and Spain goalkeeper David de Gea, 27, says he is “really happy” at the club amid reports of a move to Real Madrid (Daily Star Sunday)

Arsenal will have to pay £25m if they want to sign Manchester United defender Chris Smalling in the summer (Daily Star Sunday)

Tottenham stars fear Toby Alderweireld is leaving the club this summer (Sun on Sunday)

Watford pair Richarlison and Abdoulaye Doucoure could be heading to Tottenham in the summer as Mauricio Pochettino plans a £50m double swoop (Sun on Sunday)

Germany striker Timo Werner has admitted he would like to play for Manchester United or Manchester City (Sun on Sunday)

Juventus ace Paulo Dybala has returned to training ahead of the return Champions League leg against Spurs (Sun on Sunday)

Jose Mourinho was involved in a furious bust-up with Paul Pogba and Phil Jones after Manchester United’s defeat at Newcastle (Sun on Sunday)

Manchester City are set to reward young left-back Oleksandr Zinchenko with a new deal (Sun on Sunday)

Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope has emerged as a target for Newcastle United (Sun on Sunday)

Leeds United could make a move for Bristol City midfielder Josh Brownhill, who is stalling on a new contract at Ashton Gate (Sun on Sunday)

West Ham are closing on a deal to sign Saint-Etienne’s exciting midfielder Jonathan Bamba (Sun on Sunday)

Nottingham Forest will make a move for Hull defender Michael Dawson at the end of the season after failing to land him in January (Sun on Sunday)

Tottenham and Arsenal are battling it out for Stevenage youngster Ben Wilmot (Sun on Sunday)

Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke’s son Josh will conduct a review of the club as they prepare for life after Arsene Wenger (Mail on Sunday)

Man City’s Gabriel Jesus is closing in on a return despite his entourage being denied re-entry into the UK (Mail on Sunday)

Chelsea’s desire to sign Borussia Dortmund playmaker Christian Pulisic could be helped by the Bundesliga side’s interest in loan star Michy Batshuayi (Mail on Sunday)

Jose Mourinho says he does “not know” if Paul Pogba will be fit for Man Utd’s Champions League clash with Sevilla (Mail on Sunday)

Chelsea’s Cesc Fabregas admits Lionel Messi has gone quiet on him ahead of their Champions League clash with Barcelona (Mail on Sunday)

 

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Huddersfield Sign Dutch Defender Terence Kongolo On Loan From Monaco

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Huddersfield V Burnley at John Smith's Stadium : Match Preview

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Huddersfield sign Depoitre for 3.5m

Huddersfield complete the signing of striker Laurent Depoitre from FC Porto for a club-record £3.5m fee.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Huddersfield Town | BBC 23 Jun 16:43

Terriers fans to benefit from 2010 pledge

Huddersfield fans will be able to watch Premier League home games for little more than £5 thanks to a pledge made by the club's chairman in 2010.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Huddersfield Town | BBC 15 Jun 12:54

Huddersfield agree 10m fee for Mooy

Newly promoted Huddersfield Town agree a club-record £10m fee for Manchester City midfielder Aaron Mooy.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Huddersfield Town | BBC 14 Jun 10:00

Premier League fixtures in full

Find out your club's full fixture list for the 2017-18 Premier League season.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Huddersfield Town | BBC 8 Jun 23:13

Ward wants to stay at Huddersfield

Wales goalkeeper Danny Ward hopes to stay at promoted Huddersfield after helping them rise into the Premier League.

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