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Ipswich set to sign Pompey’s Webster

Adam Webster has made 67 league appearances for Portsmouth Ipswich Town are set to sign defender Adam Webster from League Two side Portsmouth, with Matt Clarke going the other way, reports BBC Radio Suffolk. Webster, 21, played 35 times for Pompey in 2015-16, including against Ipswich in the FA Cup earlier in the campaign. The

Rangers move to sign Burnley’s Barton

Barton was named Burnley’s player of the year after helping them gain promotion to the Premier League Rangers have made a move to sign Burnley midfielder Joey Barton on a free transfer this summer. The 33-year-old was shown round the club’s Auchenhowie training ground on Saturday. Talks will continue and a deal could be imminent.

Is Match of the Day biased? See how your club fared in this season’s running order

Despite a third successive top-half finish, Mark Hughes’ side closed the BBC’s Premier League highlights show on nine occasions. West Brom were next on the list, on last eight times, while Bournemouth, Everton and Swansea all received bottom billing on seven occasions. Every club except Arsenal and Manchester City ended the programme at least once.

Alli banned for rest of Spurs’ season

Dele Alli made his England debut in October Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli will miss the rest of the season after being banned for three games for violent conduct. He admitted a charge after television cameras showed him punching West Brom player Claudio Yacob in the stomach. Alli, 20, contested the standard three-match penalty as “clearly

Sheff Wed game a ‘cup final’ – Slade

Peter Whittingham’s injury time penalty secured victory over 10-man Bolton Russell Slade says Cardiff City face a “cup final” against play-off rivals Sheffield Wednesday next Saturday. The Bluebirds snatched a late 2-1 win against Bolton to close the gap on sixth-placed Wednesday to four points. Cardiff must win at Hillsborough on the penultimate weekend of

Hull against Villa approach for Bruce

Steve Bruce guided Aston Villa’s neighbours Birmingham City to the Premier League in 2007 Championship club Hull City say they would not welcome an approach from Aston Villa for manager Steve Bruce. Bruce, 55, is a candidate to succeed the sacked Remi Garde, along with Nigel Pearson, David Moyes and Sean Dyche. “No approach had