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Greatest sporting upset ever: Leicester win Premier League after Spurs blow it at the Bridge.
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Manchester City have agreed a £39m ($57.3million) deal for Athletic Bilbao defender Aymeric Laporte, according to reports in Spain.
Wolfsburg are reportedly looking to tempt Olivier Giroud away from Arsenal with an extremely lucrative contract offer.
Tottenham’s title dream was destroyed at Stamford Bridge and their players were involved in heated scenes after the final whistle.
Manchester City are close to reaching agreement over the transfer of central defender Aymeric Laporte.
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Manchester United outcast Victor Valdes is eyeing a move to Espanyol, according to Spanish sources.
Juventus have made contract with Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s agent about a possible return to Turin, according to European sources.
Eden Hazard made himself a Leicester legend on Monday night, snatching victory from Tottenham and handing the Foxes their first ever Premier League title.
Jose Mourinho is set to a make a decision on taking the Manchester United job this week, according to reports.
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Andriy Yarmolenko has been given the green light to leave Dynamo Kiev but only for a top Premier League club – which scuppers Everton and Stoke City’s plans to bid for the forward this summer.
Manchester City and Liverpool have expressed an interest in Paris Saint-Germain teenager Jonathan Ikone.
Aymeric Laporte expects to complete his £39.2million move to Manchester City this summer. The French defender is out for six months after breaking his right leg and dislocating an ankle but has begun house-hunting in the Manchester area ahead of his prospective transfer.
Leicester City are champions. The title is theirs after an extraordinary night of raw emotion, bruising drama and controversy at Stamford Bridge in which Tottenham Hotspur lost a two-goal lead to a pumped-up Chelsea.
Phil Jagielka looks set to miss out on a place in England’s squad for Euro 2016 with Roy Hodgson again considering taking just seven defenders.
Mario Balotelli has phoned Milan’s chief executive, Adriano Galliani, to apologize for missing a penalty in the 3-3 draw against Frosinone at the weekend.
Manchester City have agreed to pay the €50m (£39m) release clause to sign French defender Aymeric Laporte in the summer from Athletic Bilbao, according to reports in Spain.
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