Mouriniho is going no where

Jose Mouriniho has signed a new four-year deal with Chelsea which will see him stay at the club until 2019.

Mourinho coached Chelsea to the Premier League title last season, as well as securing the Capital One Cup by beating rivals Tottenham at Wembley in March.

The news that Mouriniho will extend his contract is a boost to Chelsea on the eve of the new season as they prepare to begin the defence of their title against Swansea late tomorrow afternoon.

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Paper talk #7


-Sunderland want to sign Adnan Januzaj – but their hopes hinge on Manchester United’s pursuit of Pedro.

-Aston Villa have made a £5m move for Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon.

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-Tottenham want Charlie Austin to boost their attacking options with Mauricio Pochettino keen to offload striker Emmanuel Adebayor.

-Manchester United have still to make a formal offer for Pedro… after refusing to meet his buy-out clause.

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-Mile Jedinak has insisted that he will not be forced out of Crystal Palace and is determined to fight for his place in Alan Pardew’s reshaped team.

-Kevin Mirallas is set to sign a contract extension on Friday and follow James McCarthy in pledging his future to Everton, despite interest from Tottenham and West Ham.

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Coloccini signs Newcastle contract

Fabrico Coloccini has signed a new contract that will see him stay at the Geordie club until 2017.

Coloccini had been linked with a possible move to Crystal Palace, which would link him up with the ex Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew.

Coloccini who is now 33 stated: “I am very happy to have signed a new contract. I have been here for seven years and I love this club. I feel part of the family at Newcastle United.”


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Mohamed Salah Joins Roma from Chelsea

Mohamed Salah has joined Roma on a season-long loan deal from Chelsea.

Salah, who left Basle to join the Blues in January last year, became the first Egyptian to turn out for the Stamford Bridge side but has found regular football hard to come by.

He scored twice in 19 appearances for the reigning champions but had more joy out on loan at Fiorentina in the second half of last season, scoring nine times in 26 games.

Salah will now return to Serie A and Roma have the option to make the switch permanent.


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-Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere faces another two months out after fracturing his ankle in a training ground accident on Saturday.

-Ashley Williams has given Swansea a huge boost by insisting he is staying at the club.

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-Tottenham want to strengthen their attack by signing £15m Charlie Austin from QPR and they plan to offload Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor before making their move.

-Chelsea striker Diego Costa will miss the start of the season with a hamstring problem and the Blues are unsure when he will be able to return.

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-Sunderland manager Dick Advocaat wants to sign Adnan Januzaj from Manchester United on loan.

-Angel Di Maria is set to be unveiled as a PSG player after the French club announced a press for Thursday afternoon.

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Manuel Pellegrini certain Manchester City can win the title

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini believes his side can reclaim the title from Premier League champions Chelsea.

Manchester City finished eight points behind Chelsea last season, and they have also had an unusual pre-season, conceding four goals in defeats to both Real Madrid and Stuggart.

Despite this Pellegrini remains to say that he is happy with the condition of his squad and believes it will star the title race campaign in the best shape possible.

“I am absolutely sure that we are going to have a very successful season. We must bring back the title here to our fans.”

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Paper talk #5


Manchester United are on the verge of signing Pedro from Barcelona for £20m. A United delegation led by chief executive Ed Woodward were thrashing out a deal on Tuesday night.

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Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge could return to training earlier than expected and hopes to be back in action against Manchester United in a month’s time.

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Chelsea and Juventus have got stuck into discussions with Cagliari over the signing of Ghanaian teenage midfielder Godfred Donsah.

Ashley Williams is staying put

Swansea’s Ashley Williams who was recently linked with a move to Crystal Palace has stated that he will be staying. “I’ll be staying – the gaffer has come out and said that.”

This is great news for Swansea as he is such a key player. He also stated “I’m used to dealing with speculation – it’s just part of the job and I take it as a compliment. But I’m totally committed to Swansea and I think everybody knows that.”

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City have agreed a fee for Edin Dzeko

Manchester City have agreed a £14m fee with Roma for the striker Edin Dzeko.

The Bosnian striker is understood to have already agreed personal terms with Roma, although is now expected to travel to Italy within the next 24 hours to seal the deal.

Dzeko moved to Manchester from Wolfsburg four years ago for £27m. He has scored 72 goals in a number of 187 appearances for the club. However, Dzeko has not always been first choice striker at the Etihad with almost half of his outgoings coming from the bench.

Now it looks certain that Dzeko will continue his career in Italy.

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