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Real star in Blues move talks

Chelsea are reportedly in negotiations with Real Madrid over a possible big-money swoop to sign Colombia international James Rodriguez. The 25-year-old became a star at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and that prompted Los Blancos to pay French side Monaco a fee in the region of 80 million euros to take him to the

Millers sign Brighton’s Forster-Caskey

Jake Forster-Caskey made 23 appearances over two loan spells at Milton Keynes Dons last term Rotherham United have signed former England Under-21 midfielder Jake Forster-Caskey on a season-long loan from Championship rivals Brighton. The 22-year-old has made 50 league starts for Brighton, having come through the club’s youth system. He has previously had loan spells

Newcastle transfer news: Magpies close in on double signing of Crystal Palace’s Dwight Gayle and Bournemouth’s Matt Ritchie

Newcastle are closing in on the signings of Crystal Palace striker Dwight Gayle and Bournemouth winger Matt Ritchie, Press Association Sport understands. The north-east club hope to complete the deals for both players before the end of the week and could confirm the signings on Thursday as they make clear their intention to try and

Manchester United 1-1 Leicester City

Wes Morgan rescued a point for Leicester at Manchester United but the Foxes will have to wait for their title celebrations. The visitors went into the clash knowing a victory would secure the Premier League crown but it was United who enjoyed the stronger start and they were the team who looked most likely to

Pochettino to extend Spurs contract

Media playback is not supported on this device Mauricio Pochettino agrees to extend Tottenham contract Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says he plans to extend his contract at Spurs by two years until 2021. The Argentine, who has guided the club to second in the Premier League table, has been linked with moves to Manchester United

Wilshere: 'Great feeling' to be playing again

print Jack Wilshere says it was a “great feeling” to be back playing for Arsenal, even though he was left ruing the Gunners’ 0-0 draw at Sunderland on Sunday. Wilshere came on as a late substitute for his first appearance of the season after recovering from a fractured ankle, boosting his hopes of earning a