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9hLiam Twomey

Hazard has tools to be world's best - Sarri

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri thinks Eden Hazard can be the best player in Europe if he adopts a better goalscorer mentality.

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11hMattias Karen

Arsenal's Ospina completes loan move to Napoli

Colombia No. 1 Osipna was demoted to third-choice at Arsenal under new boss Unai Emery, who brought in Bernd Leno to battle Petr Cech for a start.

Rumour Rater: Alderweireld, Moura, Marchisio & more (2:21)
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14hDavid Usher

Liverpool would be unwise to sell Klavan, Mignolet

With Ragnar Klavan set for Cagliari and Simon Mignolet also linked with an exit, David Usher writes that Liverpool could rue letting them go.

Sarri: Hazard will be at Chelsea next season (0:33)
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16hJonathan Smith

City's Guardiola wary of Spurs game switch

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has said he does not know where the match, scheduled for Oct. 28, will be played amid stadium delays.

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16hGlenn Price

Klopp confident in Liverpool defensive options

Jurgen Klopp believes he is well-stocked with options at centre-half for the season as Ragnar Klavan looks set to leave Liverpool.

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17hLiam Twomey

Chelsea's Fabregas out with 'very unusual' injury

Cesc Fabregas will not feature for Chelsea against former club Arsenal as he deals with a "very unusual" injury, but Mateo Kovacic could debut.

Klopp insists Liverpool strikers 'just want to win' (0:42)
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17hJonathan Smith

Fatigue may have led to KDB out 3 months - Pep

Kevin De Bruyne will be out for around three months after the Manchester City midfielder suffered lateral collateral ligament in his right knee.

Guardiola: De Bruyne's absence will be a big miss (1:06)