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Kylian Mbappe To Liverpool? Eduardo Camavinga To Manchester United? Jack Grealish To Stay At Aston Villa? Latest Premier League Transfer News

A lot of transfer rumors and news are floating around the world of football amidst the Euro Cup and Copa America break. Some of the biggest names in the world of football today are linked with several Premier League clubs.

Kylian Mbappe is potentially linked with a transfer to Liverpool as Spanish newspaper Marca reported that the English side has made contact with the French Superman who is not likely to extend his contract with Paris Saint Germain. The 23 year old wood cost Liverpool around £100m. Spanish Giants live Real Madrid are also said to be interested in Mbappe.

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Kylian Mbappe To Liverpool? Eduardo Camavinga To Manchester United? Jack Grealish To Stay At Aston Villa? Latest Premier League Transfer News

Like last year, the prime target of Manchester United looks to be the English winger of Borussia Dortmund Jadon Sancho. It is believed that the red devils could seal the deal for a fee around £77m plus add ons. The deal could be done by the end of Euro Cup.

Apart from Jadon Sancho, Manchester United are also linked with French International midfielder Eduardo Camavinga according to Daily Mail. The 18 year old wonder kid from Rennes would be an amazing fit in the Manchester United side.

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Despite of interest from the Premier League Champions Manchester City, Aston Villa are confident to keep their star man Jack Grealish for the next season. It is believed that Manchester City are ready to spend £100m for the English International but according to Sky Aston Villa have offered an improved contract to Jack Grealish and talks are ongoing. It is believed that Villa are not interested to sell their star man at any cost.

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Both Brighton and Hove Albion and Burnley are interested to sign Liverpool defender Nat Phillips as a fee of £15m would be enough to satisfy Liverpool. Phillips had been excellent last season for Liverpool when their star defenders Virgil Van Dijk and Joe Gomez were out injured.

Another Liverpool Defender Neco Williams could be up for grabs for a fee around £10m as teams like Aston Villa, Leeds United and Southampton are believed to be interested in the Welsh International Right Back.

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Jack Grealish To Manchester City? Ben White To Arsenal? Two Liverpool Defenders Available For Transfer? – Premier League Transfer News

Lots of buzzes are going around in the world of football transfer in spite of the distractions of Euro Cup and Copa America. Every Premier League is trying to strengthen up their weak spots with the best transfer possible.

The most shocking transfer rumor has to be Manchester City’s interest on the Aston Villa’s midfielder Jack Grealish. According to The Sun, Manchester City can seal the deal with a £100m fee.

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Jack Grealish To Manchester City? Ben White To Arsenal? Two Liverpool Defenders Available For Transfer? – Premier League Transfer News

Jack Grealish has been one of the most impressive midfielders of last season. A move to Manchester City for the English International midfielder would be dream for the fans and a Nightmare for the rivals.

Manchester City are also closing in on landing Tottenham Hotspur’s star Striker Harry Kane. According to various media sources, the Premier League Champions have offered £100m transfer fee for the English International captain, even though, Tottenham Hotspurs are yet to make any final decision.

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Speaking of Tottenham Hotspur, a lot of names have been linked on who could be there next manager after the departure of Jose Mourinho. Now it is believed that the full form 10 wonders Boss Nuno Espirito Santo are in talks with the English club and he is the leading man to get the job.

Arsenal are closing in on Brighton and Hove albion Star Defender Ben White according to Sky Sports. Arsenal has been going through a tough time for quite a while, landing Ben white could solve their defensive problems. Even though, the move can cost the Gunners around £50m.

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Former Premier League champions Liverpool have already completed one big transfer. Ibrahima Konate has joined Liverpool for a fee of £36m. If you have reported that Liverpool have made two of their defenders available for transfer. One of them is their Star Defender from last season Nat Phillips and the other one is Welsh International right back Neco Williams.

Liverpool are ready to sell the duo for a total fee of £25m. Nat Phillips is believed to be available for £15m and Neco Williams can be grabbed for a potential fee on £10m. It is reported that Brighton and Hove Albion and Burnley are the two reported sides who are interested in Nat Philips.

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Griezmann To Liverpool? Willian Wants Chelsea Reunion? Harry Kane To Manchester City? Updated Premier League Transfer News & Rumors

With the end of the Premier League football, a lot of transfer news and rumours have started to float in the air on the world of football. Just like every year there will be a several numbers of big transfers are on the way to Premier League clubs for sure. Some of them are already in talks, and some are rumours till now.

Among them, one of the biggest names that are linked with a potential transferred to Liverpool is Antoine Griezmann. The French striker of Barcelona is failing to deliver what the fans expected from him. It is rumoured that Liverpool are keen to land the thirty year old French striker.

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Griezmann To Liverpool? Willian Wants Chelsea Reunion? Harry Kane To Manchester City? Updated Premier League Transfer News & Rumors

But it seems Barcelona will not let him go lower than a fee of £43m. Now it would be interesting to see if Liverpool are ready to pay such an amount for a thirty year old man. With the weak form of Liverpool’s Brazilian Forward Bobby Firmino, there are rumours that Liverpool are ready to replace the twenty nine year old at any cost.

Liverpool are also in market for a replacement of their midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum. However, no concrete names have come in news so far.

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Another rumour is on the air that Arsenal’s star Brazilian winger is looking to go back to his former side Chelsea. Arsenal fans are not happy with Willian’s performance last season and Willian himself is not Keen to stay with Arsenal anymore and he wants to go back to Chelsea as per reports.

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The biggest rumour has to be Harry Kane’s transfer Saga as the English star striker does not want to stay with his current side Tottenham Hotspur anymore. According to rumours, both sides from manchester are Keen on signing the 27 year old. But it seems like Manchester City are favourite to sign the golden boot winner of this season’s Premier League.

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Premier League 2020-21 Season Overview

There are a lot of ups and downs on the road of Premier League 2020-21 season. It remained quite unpredictable till the halfway. But slowly Manchester City came out as more superior than the others.

It was Manchester City’s fifth Premier League title. They finished the league with 86 points in total, which was 12 points is superior to the runner up Manchester United. Teaching of Manchester United They were never looked to be a potential winner of the Premier League this year.

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Premier League 2020-21 Season Overview

On the 1st half of the season, the defending Champions Liverpool will snatch the title again. But after Christmas Liverpool started to drop points. And after 28 games they were left Behind in the eighth position. But Liverpool play excellently in their last 10 games. They got a total of 8 victories out of 10 and drew only 2.

The 3rd, 4th and 5th positions offered a great competition as all Liverpool, Chelsea, and Leicester City seemed potential contenders. But Leicester City were quite bad in their last 10 games, and just like last year, they bottled the Champions League spot.

Tottenham Hotspur was a genuine contender for the fourth position but they had to be happy with the seventh position only. Former Premier League Champions Arsenal never looked like a potential contender for the top 4. But they did pretty well in their last 10 games. Especially in their last five games, they remained undefeated. At the end of the day, Arsenal finished 8th.

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Leeds United made an emotional come back to the Premier League this year. They had been the ultimate underdogs for this year who finished ninth. Everton and Aston Villa started the campaign extremely well. But as time passed they could not keep the pace as they finished 10th and 11th respectively.

Among the other teams, the manager of Crystal Palace Roy Hodgson managed his last game as he announced his retirement after the end of the season. It had been an emotional journey for the 73 year old man.

Among the relegated sides, Fulham and West Bromwich Albion were not much shocking names as most of the pundits predicted that these two sides will get relegated.

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Sheffield United is the most shocking name who got relegated this season. They finished ninth last season and everybody was expecting them to be fighting for the Europa League spot this season. But they were the team of the bottom, and one of the biggest reasons behind this is there 24 million flop signing Rhian Brewster who scored 0 goals in 27 league appearances.

Norwich City and Watford are coming back to the Premier League again this season. And the winner of the playoff final will also join Premier League. Brentford has the chance to play first division for the first time in their 131 year history. We are hoping to get a blast in the new season of PL football again.

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Manchester City Wins Premier League; What Happen To The Other Big Teams?

Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City won their seventh English League title and fifth Premier League title. Today they lifted the Premier League trophy after they defeated Everton 5-0. It was an emotional match not only because it marked their fifth Premier League win it also was the farewell match for Manchester City Legend Sergio Aguero who netted the ball twice today.

Manchester City bitter rivals Manchester United finished second with 74 points,12 points behind the Champions. The Red Devils did not look like if serious Contender since the start of 2021.

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Manchester City Wins Premier League; What Happen To The Other Big Teams?

Liverpool finished third with 69 points, just five points behind Manchester United. With a season full of injuries, it seemed like very difficult for the Reds to finish top 4 this season. But Jurgen Klopp is considered one of the best football managers in the world, and this is why he is one of the best.

Chelsea finished fourth in the league, two points behind Liverpool. Even though they lost their final match against Aston Villa, they have been gifted the fourth position by Leicester City who bottled their Champions League hope this year again. Leicester City’s League finish was totally similar to their last year. They bottled it, in the same manner, this year.

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West Ham United was one of the ultimate underdogs of this year who finished sixth. The other two big teams were Tottenham Hotspurs and Arsenal, who finished 7th and 8th respectively. Arsenal was the only team besides Liverpool Who won all their last five league matches. It looks like Arsenal is getting their Glory days back slowly.

Another underdog of the season has to be Leeds United who finished ninth and played extremely well in this campaign. Everton and Aston Villa started the campaign very well, but had to remain happy with 10th and 11th positions only.

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West Bromwich Albion, Fulham and Sheffield United got relegated from this year’s Premier League. Their void will be filled by Norwich city, Watford and the winner of the playoff final from next week. We are hoping to have another blast next season. With full of crowds the next season football will feel even more special.

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Liverpool Keeper Alisson Made History Last Night

Last night on the closing moments of the 36th gameweek of the Premier League, Alisson Becker made history when he scored a last minute winner for the defending Premier League Champions Liverpool.

This is first time in Liverpool’s 129 years’ history that a goalkeeper scored a goal for the side. And this was just not any other goal, it was a winning header from a corner kick. Alisson was literally in tears after scoring the goal.

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Liverpool Keeper Alisson Made History Last Night

As mentioned, before nobody in the history in the Liverpool football club, a goalkeeper has scored any goal. This is also the first time in Premier League history as well that a goalkeeper scored a header. Of course there are instances like the Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard scoring against Bolton Wanderers, but none of them were headers like the one of Alisson Becker.

Liverpool had to win this game in order to keep their top four hopes alive. The opponent West Brom should not have been this difficult as the side has already been relegated. But it was a very difficult game for Liverpool as they almost dropped to points.

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After missing chances after chances, Liverpool won a corner at the last minute of the added time. Liverpool’s goalkeeper coach John Achterberg told where Brazilian goalkeeper to stand up and get inside the opponent penalty area. And then, 28 year old did the unthinkable; he scored the goal that led Liverpool to their much wanted victory.

The top four Race for Liverpool is very much alive right now. If they win their remaining two fixture, they would seal their position into the top four. Unless Leicester City lose their next match against Chelsea and win their next match against Tottenham Hotspurs with a huge margin.

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But the top 4 position for Liverpool should not be very difficult to achieve if they win their remaining two fixtures and it should not be very difficult because they have easiest fixture of the three sides. But Liverpool have a terrible history of dropping points against easier teams in past, so nothing could be said right now. So nothing can be confirmed by n

Which Playground Football Rules Would Improve the Premier League?

Football used to be fun in the past. Do you remember when you could play a game of football in the park with your mates? In the absence of a good football to play with, you could make do with a battered leather ball.

Such games were regulated with etiquette, not rules. Rules were nonexistent. The football owner was the all in all. He was the captain, manager, fourth official, and referee.

Your choice of “sportswear” was immaterial. You could play in your jeans or a pair of shorts. It never mattered.

It does indeed look as though football will be played again soon and betting sites have stocked up on plenty of betting offers to keep punters busy. I wonder if your selections would change if the game did consist of some playground football rules?

The regulatory body is considering scrapping VAR and increasing the number of substitutes as parts of its new rules. In view of this, what if you can bring any of your five-a-side or playground “rules” into EPL? Which of these “rules” will you wish to see in professional games?

Some of our suggestions are listed below. You are free to rank them.

1.      Rush Goalie

People rarely volunteered to be the goalkeeper. Thus, goalkeeping was a collective effort of every player on the team.

Otherwise known as fly keeper, rush goalie affords everyone to enjoy the action as a player and as a goalkeeper. You are required to sprint back to goalkeeping duties once your team is dispossessed. This role wasn’t exclusive to a player but rotated.

2.      Penalty Taking was Exclusively Reserved for Goalkeepers

Imagine the excitement when a goalkeeper hits the back of the net. Nothing is more exciting than that.

Imagine if goalkeepers are allowed to take penalties. The surprise and glory will supplement wild jubilations to give players and spectators a memorable experience.

3.      Next Goal is Winning Goal

You may have been playing for hours with a huge margin between the two teams. With this rule, either team can dare to dream without drama. Just score the next goal and your team wins, the previous margin notwithstanding.

4.      One-step Penalties

This is straightforward. Players are not allowed to use any strategy to play penalties. You only take the penalty with a step. The penalty take must be clinical to score the goal, a distinction between a real player and a hopeful who just hits the ball and hopes it beats the goalkeeper.

5.      Jumper for Goalposts

Those who had actual goals in their local parks were lucky. Some merely pile up some T-shirts or other jumpers, placed at equal length apart for goalposts. There were arguments whether the ball actually went into the “post” or off it.

6.      Pay for Playing

Premier League players are multimillionaires who are paid to do their job. Some of us simply pay £3 each to cover the cost of hiring a pitch for our Sunday league and five-a-side game.

Imagine Liverpool players paying Jurgen Klopp for playing at Anfield? You can imagine the amount of money Jordan Henderson will realize for the club on each game day.

7.      No Offside

The no offside rule would have been a good solution to the offside drama these days. Nobody really understands what constitutes offside these days. The no offside rule eliminates the needs for VAR or a linesman.

8.      A Mess-Up Will Get You Out

Five-a-side games can’t be held without this rule. You will be sent out for a wide range of offences. If you are dispossessed by an opponent, you’re out. The same applies if you miss an open goal or if you are nut-megged.  Players are expected to maintain high standards while there are rooms for endless substitutions.

9.      Team Selection was by Captains

Two captains are nominated to select their teams. This ensures fairness. The captains choose their team in turns. Thus, whoever is picked last isn’t good enough. However, some adopt a random selection process. Everyone was given a word or a number. The captains will then call those words or numbers out. Whoever answers to a question or a word automatically becomes the captain’s teammate.

If a team is mercilessly beaten within the first half an hour, it makes no difference as players can switch their teams around. Playground football has no room for loyalty but bragging rights.

10.  You Can Play for Eternity

Playground football ends only when the ball owner is tired, it got too dark, or if the owner went home for food. Thus, you can play for hours on end without a stoppage time.

11.  No Throw-Ins

Without the throw-in rules, players would continue their game after their ball got stuck under a car or went over a fence without throw-ins. It never was in the game plan.

12.  Mandatory and Crazy Celebrations

This is arguably the most important rule. Players must run around the pitch with their shirt over their head while screaming their favorite player’s name after scoring. If you never did this, you didn’t play playground football.

Which of these rules would you like to be introduced into the Premier League?

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‘It Was Important To Get Back On Track,’ Liverpool Boss Jurgen Klopp Opens Up On Premier League Return

Liverpool’s head coach, Jurgen Klopp has opened up on the return of the Premier League and his experience when training resumed earlier last month. Finally, after all the havoc wrecked by the coronavirus pandemic, there is some good news coming from the world of sports as Premier League is set to return from June 17.

Aston Villa v Sheffield United and Manchester City v Arsenal, both rearranged games will take place on that date, the English top-flight said in a statement. The last league match before the shutdown was Leicester versus Aston Villa on March 9, with all English professional football suspended four days later.

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Now, the Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp has revealed his excitement going back to action in the league and his experience reuniting with his squad after so long.

Jurgen Klopp Opens Up On Premier League Return

“It’s absolutely brilliant, a massive difference … we could work on all the things we wanted to work on,” Jurgen Klopp told the club website. “The first week was already really good with small groups, I enjoyed that … it was important to get on track again, to get used to the pitch, ball and boots… now we work on tactical things, that works really well,” Jurgen Klopp added.

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“Hopefully, we can make progress in the next two or three weeks, there are a lot of things that need to be organised… we need to get hopefully a couple of (bits of) information but we take it like it is and use each second we are together,” Jurgen Klopp further said.

Liverpool Have Enjoyed A Near Perfect Run In The Premier League This Season

As of now, Liverpool are the obvious champions of the Premier League 2019-20 and are only two wins away from the nine games they have in hand to win the Premier League. Their season was none short of exponential as they were en route to finishing the season as invincibles. However, Crystal Palace broke the jinx but no other club can separate Liverpool from the title this season.

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Liverpool have had an exceptional season so far. Out of the 29 games played this season, the Reds have gone on to win 27 of those games and have 82 points on the table. The record is simply breathtaking and is one of the finest runs in the history of Premier League. Manchester City are on the second spot with 57 points in 28 games.

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Premier League: Top 5 Strikers In The History Of The Tournament

The Premier League is one of the most illustrious and competitive leagues in world football. It is widely regarded as the toughest competition in European football because of the challenging conditions and the hectic schedule that the teams and players have to go through.

Winning an English League title is every club’s dream in England. A lot of footballers aspire to play in the league because of the repute that the league holds. Over its glorious and intriguing history, the competition has been witness to some of the most lethal strikers of the ball.

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Today, as the Premier League plans its return after the coronavirus onslaught, we’ll take a look at the top 5 strikers in the history of the competition.

Premier League: Top 5 Strikers In The History Of The Tournament

5. Didier Drogba (Chelsea)

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Didier Drogba has been one of Premier League’s most celebrated strikers. A Chelsea legend through and through, Didier Drogba has scored a total of 104 goals for the Blues in 254 games. Drogba went on to win a total of four Premier League titles with the Blues as he turned out to be a legend for his fans at Stamford Bridge.

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Premier League Receives A Massive Boost As No Positive COVID-19 Case Emerges In The Recent Test

The Premier League received a massive boost in its ‘Project Restart’ as there were no cases reported in the recently conducted test of the coronavirus. It has been scheduled to restart from June 17 and this is a major milestone in the league moving ahead on its course.

A total of 1,130 players and club staff were tested on May 28 and 29. In the three previous rounds of testing since players resumed training, there were 12 positives. No league matches have been played since March but the league said on Thursday that the season will restart on June 17 provided all safety requirements have been met.

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There are 92 fixtures remaining, all of which will be played without fans, although the league said every game will be broadcast live.

No Positive Coronavirus Case In The Fourth Round Of COVID-19 Tests

“The Premier League can today confirm that on Thursday 28 May and Friday 29 May, 1,130 players and club staff were tested for COVID-19. Of these, zero have tested positive,” the league said in a statement.

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League’s Chief Executive Richard Masters said he welcomed the government’s announcement but said there was still work to be done to ‘ensure the safety of everyone involved’.

“All major sports, including the Premier League, have been working together with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport to produce this Stage Three protocol,” he said.

Premier League To Return In Action From June 17

Finally, after all the havoc wrecked by the coronavirus pandemic, there is some good news coming from the world of sports as the English League is set to return from June 17. The top-flight clubs on Thursday agreed to restart the 2019/20 season on June 17, provided that all safety requirements are in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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Aston Villa v Sheffield United and Manchester City v Arsenal, both rearranged games will take place on that date, the English top-flight said in a statement. The last league match before the shutdown was Leicester versus Aston Villa on March 9, with all English professional football suspended four days later.

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