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Liverpool unlikely to face disciplinary action over Virgil van Dijk - source

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Liverpool look set to avoid disciplinary action from the Premier League over their pursuit of Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk, a source has told ESPN FC.

Earlier this month, Liverpool issued a statement on their website apologising to Southampton "for any misunderstanding" amid tapping-up allegations after it emerged the player was keen on a move to Anfield.

Southampton had asked the Premier League to investigate an alleged illegal approach from Liverpool for Van Dijk, having received no contact...

 By PA Sport

Newcastle back Rafa Benitez's transfer plans despite lack of signings - report

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Rafa Benitez led Newcastle back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.

Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez has been told the club shares his frustration as they await a significant breakthrough in the transfer market, PA Sport reports.

A report over the weekend suggested Benitez could walk away having become disillusioned over a stalling recruitment drive which to date amounts only to the permanent capture of loan signing Christian Atsu.

However, Benitez has been assured that owner Mike Ashley's promise of "every last penny" the club generates from promotion and player sales...

 By Ben Gladwell

Italian FA chief takes aim at agents' fees amid Donnarumma saga

With the saga of Gianluigi Donnarumma's AC Milan future in question, Gab Marcotti looks at how the club can keep him around.

The president of the Italian Football Association has said agents' fees are "offensive" amid the saga over the future of AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.

Carlo Tavecchio condemned the kind of money agents such as Donnarumma's representative Mino Raiola earn from the movement of players.

"Some of the figures I hear are offensive to our country," he said. "I've decided to implement a commission with our own solicitors to see if we can find something new in this field because we are talking...

Tottenham Hotspur target Nice winger Vincent Marcel - source

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Tottenham are interested in signing Nice's Vincent Marcel but reports of a deal are premature, a source close to the transfer has told ESPN FC.

Marcel, 20, can play as a winger or a central midfielder and made nine appearances for the French club last season, including six in Ligue 1.

Spurs spotted the France under-20 international while scouting Nice right-back Ricardo Pereira, who spent last season on loan at the French club from Porto.

Reports in the French and UK media claim Marcel has agreed...

Alexandre Lacazette can leave Lyon if right replacement is found - Aulas

Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette over recent season's has displayed why he's considered one of the best strikers in Europe.

Lyon chairman Jean-Michel Aulas has said he will let Arsenal target Alexandre Lacazette leave if the club can find a suitable replacement.

Aulas told reporters he would not stand in Lacazette's way if "he absolutely wants to leave" but stressed that no concrete offer has yet been received.

He confirmed over the weekend that Arsenal had expressed interest and he had told them they would have to match the €65 million Atletico Madrid had offered.

That deal fell through when Atleti's transfer...