DONE DEALS, Big Blow To Chelsea As First Team Player Banned, Latest Transfers
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Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku could be in line to seal a shock summer move to Manchester City, according to reports.
OFFICIAL: Danny Drinkwater has moved on loan to Kasimpasa until the end of this season.
Thiago Silva could face disciplinary action from the Premier League for breaking coronavirus protocols by giving his match shirt to a construction worker at Fulham on Saturday. The Premier League released strict new protocols this week to prevent the spread of coronavirus among squads, which included a ban on swapping or giving away match-worn shirts.
Red Bull Salzburg starlet Karim Adeyemi has admitted he wants to play for a club that can win the Champions League. Having rejected Chelsea in the past because the move came too soon, he has now been linked to the likes of Bayern Munich and Barcelona.
Lionel Messi tipped Mason Mount to be one of the best players in Europe a few months ago
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