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Manchester City's Bernardo Silva would have liked Liverpool's Fabinho at club

French football expert Julien Laurens and the FC panel examine Fabinho's move to Liverpool and how the Reds' midfield will take shape in 2018-19.
Steve Nicol gives his stamp of approval to Liverpool's signing of Fabinho from Monaco, but he isn't sure the midfielder will start right away.
Bacary Sagna thinks Manchester City can match Barcelona if players stay together.
Yaya Toure claims he will play for 1 pound a week to prove Pep Guardiola wrong, but Steve Nicol thinks his antics will make top clubs stay away.
The ESPN FC panel assess the rumours linking Napoli's Jorginho and Leicester City's Riyad Mahrez with moves to Manchester City.

Bernardo Silva would have liked Liverpool's new signing Fabinho to have followed him to Manchester City.

The Brazil midfielder has become Liverpool's first signing of the summer after completing a £44 million switch from Silva's former club Monaco.

Silva, who left the Ligue 1 side last summer, has tipped Fabinho to play at the top level for another 10 years and would choose between him and Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe as his top choice of former teammates to join him at the Etihad...

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Thomas Lemar set to join Atletico Madrid as deal in principle agreed with Monaco

Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke admits he's keen for Antoine Griezmann to stay at the club because of his huge impact.
As Antoine Griezmann considers his future, the FC crew discuss the pros and cons of staying at Atletico and moving to Barcelona.

Atletico Madrid reached a deal in principle to sign France international Thomas Lemar from Monaco on Tuesday.

Both clubs announced a "preliminary agreement" on a transfer, with Atletico saying the clubs will work together to complete the details. Marca reported Atletico would pay between €70-80 million for the 22-year-old, and that he would sign for five years.

Lemar, a winger, is with France in Russia for the World Cup. He has scored three goals in 12 matches with the national team since...

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Huddersfield Town sign Terence Kongolo permanently from Monaco

Terence Kongolo

Huddersfield Town have spent a club-record fee to sign defender Terence Kongolo from Monaco on a permanent basis.

Kongolo, 24, made 17 appearances on loan for the Terriers last year to help keep the club in the Premier League.

And the Netherlands international has now signed a four-year contract to remain in Huddersfield, after the clubs agreed an undisclosed fee worth more than the £11.4m the Terriers paid Montpellier for Steve Mounie last summer.

"His signing is a big statement...

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Transfer Talk: Barcelona favour Thomas Lemar move over Christian Eriksen

Ale Moreno sifts through the potential transfers like Cristiano Ronaldo to the Premier League, Jorginho to Man City, Xherdan Shaqiri to Liverpool and more.

The transfer window is open, and Transfer Talk has the latest rumours making the rounds. Follow live with our daily blog throughout the summer.

TOP STORY: Barca plot Lemar swoop

Barcelona have joined the queue of clubs circling for Thomas Lemar as Monaco prepare to lose another star player.

Sport reports that the Blaugrana have already begun talks with the Ligue 1 club for the France international, who is seen as the preferred candidate to upgrade their midfield over Christian Eriksen.

It is...

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Poland's Kamil Glik likely to miss World Cup after shoulder injury

Can Poland's Robert Lewandowski help lead his team to World Cup glory in Russia?
Are Poland any good? What's up with Senegal's nickname? The Exploding Heads ponder that and more in their Group H preview.

The shoulder injury suffered by Poland's Kamil Glik will most likely exclude the defender from the World Cup squad, the team doctor said on Tuesday.

It will take at least six weeks until Glik is ready to restart training, Jacek Jaroszewski said in a news conference.

"In my opinion, the situation is bad," Jaroszewski said. "Even if the treatment is non-surgical, return to full training will take at least about six weeks."

Team officials put off the decision on Glik's place in the squad until...