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Leicester and Southampton make £20m bids for Norwich’s James Maddison

• Norwich midfielder also wanted by Everton attracts £20m bids • West Ham frustrated over Felipe Anderson price hike by Lazio Leicester and Southampton are battling to sign James Maddison after lodging opening bids for the Norwich midfielder. The expectation at the start of last week was that Everton would make the first move for the 21-year-old. Leicester and Southampton appear to have stolen a march on Marco Silva’s side, Fulham and West Ham after offering £20m plus add…

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Premier League fixtures 2018-19: Manchester City start at Arsenal

• Champions travel to Emirates for Unai Emery’s Arsenal debut • Spurs’ new ground not ready until Liverpool on 15 September Manchester City will start their Premier League title defence at Arsenal. The 2018-19 fixtures, announced on Thursday morning, handed Pep Guardiola’s record-breaking team an Emirates Stadium opener on the weekend of 11-12 August – a fixture that will be Unai Emery’s first competitive match as Arsenal manager. Related: Football transfer rumours: Liverpool in for Lazio’s Thomas …

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Everton set to make opening offer for Norwich’s James Maddison

• England Under-21 international wanted by Marco Silva • West Ham and Leicester also expected to firm up interest Everton have emerged as the frontrunners to sign the Norwich midfielder James Maddison, who they see as the long-term replacement for Wayne Rooney. The former England international is expected to complete his transfer to DC United and Everton are expected to move for the 21-year-old Maddison soon. Maddison, who scored 15 goals in the Championship last season, …

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Allardyce sacked by Everton with Marco Silva leading candidate to take over

After less than six months in charge at Goodison Park, the former England boss finds himself on the job market once again

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Newcastle crush Chelsea, Swansea relegated, City reach 100 points: Premier League clockwatch – live!

Keep up with all the 3pm BST Premier League kick-offs Follow Liverpool v Brighton – live! Latest in-running Premier League table Feel free to email Simon or tweet: @Simon_Burnton 5.22pm BST Stuart James watched as Swansea’s far-fetched hopes of salvation came to nought: There was a funereal feel about this fixture as Stoke, who were already down, condemned Swansea City to relegation and a place in the Championship alongside them. Swansea, in truth, were resigned to their …

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Manuel Lanzini double gives West Ham victory over lacklustre Everton

It spoke volumes that the Everton fans did not spring to the defence of their manager when the locals started having fun at Sam Allardyce’s expense. They simply could not be bothered and are unlikely to shed any tears if this limp defeat marks the end of Allardyce’s unhappy tenure. The former England manager has a year left on his contract but it is difficult to see how he can hope to survive. Leading Everton to eighth place is …

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‘He’s off’: West Ham fans predict departure of figure imminently

West Ham have just one more match remaining in the Premier League, as the Hammers host Everton at the London Stadium on the final day. It’s been a turbulent campaign for the east London giants, who have flirted with relegation, and the sub-par performances from David Moyes have led to questions as to whether the […]

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Allardyce confirms Rooney ‘negotiations’ with D.C. United

The Everton forward is a target for the Major League Soccer outfit and his Toffees boss has admitted he is ‘comfortable’ with him leaving for the U.S.

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From Luke Shaw to Marc Albrighton: 10 underrated Premier League players | Nick Miller

Not every top-flight player gets the plaudits they deserve – here we have a look at some of those who fly under the radar At various points during their title-winning season, praise was shared around the Leicester side. Jamie Vardy, N’Golo Kanté and Riyad Mahrez were the obvious ones, Wes Morgan, Danny Drinkwater and Kasper Schmeichel got their plaudits too, but Marc Albrighton went under the radar. And so he still does, despite his game improving…

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Lookman & Sancho paving a new path for England’s youth abroad

Most young players go on loan to the Championship to gain first team experience, but some of England’s youngsters are offering an alternative

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Premier League duo interested in £7.2m-rated West Ham man

Newcastle United and Everton want to sign West Ham United striker Diafra Sakho, according to reports. According to an exclusive report by The Sun, Everton want to sign Diafra Sakho. And reliable journalist Alan Nixon has also confirmed that Newcastle United hold an interest in the unsettled striker too. Sakho’s future at West Ham looks bleak […]

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Premier League: fans from all 20 clubs make their transfer window selections

From Arsenal to West Ham, fans assess what they need most in the January sales Related: Transfer window January 2018 – every deal in Europe’s top five leagues Continue reading…

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‘We need to stay strong’ – Andre Ayew charges West Ham United after Everton’s loss

The Hammers suffered a devastating defeat to the Toffees and the forward has advised them to move past the sour experience

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Wayne Rooney admits Everton wonder goal ‘might be my best ever’

• Captain scores superb goal from halfway line in 4-0 rout of West Ham • Victory moves side up to 13th place as David Unsworth departs on high note Sam Allardyce was a privileged spectator at Goodison as Wayne Rooney rolled back the years with a wonderful hat-trick. The Everton captain welcomed the manager -in-waiting watching from the stands with the first three goals in a comprehensive 4-0 victory over West Ham that lifted his …

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Sam Allardyce watches on as Wayne Rooney hat-trick seals rare Everton win

Just when it was least expected but sorely needed, Wayne Rooney popped up with his first ever hat-trick for Everton, proving that timing, like class, is probably permanent. The 32-year-old even managed to score the third of his goals from his own half with one of the cleanest first-time strikes you will ever see, which must have convinced the watching Sam Allardyce there is life in the old dog yet. Somewhat belatedly it also appears David Unsworth …

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Everton 4 West Ham 0: Rooney hat-trick seals vital win in front of Allardyce

Wayne Rooney hit a hat-trick to move Everton away from the bottom three with a vital win over West Ham at Goodison Park.

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Everton v West Ham United: Premier League – live!

Live updates from the 8pm GMT kick-off Clockwatch: Paul Doyle covers the other five big games Relive Everton’s nine league triumphs in The Title Email scott.murray@theguardian.com with your thoughts 9.00pm GMT The mood from both camps at half time? Contrasting, to say the least. First up, here’s Ian the Esherhammer: “We have a keeper weak on one side and can’t kick. A back four containing probably the worst Italian international in history. A midfield that seems to …

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David Moyes accepting of what he cannot change with West Ham’s squad

The former Everton manager is keen to re-employ the methods which worked well for him through much of his 11-year spell in charge at Goodison Park David Moyes was hoping not to talk about Everton but the subject was difficult to avoid before his latest return to Goodison Park. “I’ll tell you this one,” West Ham’s manager said as his mind drifted back to the final day of the winter transfer window in…

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David Moyes tells David Unsworth to carry on as a manager after Everton

• West Ham manager advises Unsworth to take charge of lower-league club • Scot returns to Goodison on Wednesday hoping for first win with new side David Moyes has urged David Unsworth not to give up on management and to consider a job in the lower leagues when his time as Everton’s caretaker comes to an end. Related: Everton’s owner disrespects caretaker David Unsworth with radio briefing Related: David Unsworth ignores insults and insists only Everton defeats

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Prospering promoted sides precipitated Premier League clubs’ rush to sack | Paul Wilson

Five clubs in mid-table last season have sacked their managers, in part because Brighton, Huddersfield and Newcastle do not look like relegation fodder – and Sunderland’s woes show what the drop could mean Five Premier League managers have lost their jobs so far this season before we are a third of the way in, and looking at the bottom three in particular the figure could still rise again before Christmas. To put that into context, this time …

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Premier League health check: the overachievers and underperformers | Paul Wilson

The table doesn’t lie but teams such as Burnley and Brighton are exceeding all expectations while Swansea and Everton have disappointed badly. Here’s how the 20 sides rank based on early-season health and vigour They say the league table never lies, and this is of course true. What they don’t tell you is that during the dog days of an international break, when nothing falls or rises and hopes and fears are put on temporary hold, …

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If the Premier League is so strong, why are the promoted sides doing so well? | Paul Wilson

Brighton, Huddersfield and Newcastle are surpassing expectations and are showing clubs such as Everton and West Ham how it should be done When Pep Guardiola suggested an English team could win the Champions League the other day he was asked if he did not consider the intensity of the Premier League a potential problem. Intensity being the word normally used to promote the idea that the English league is somehow tougher and more demanding than other leagues around …

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West Ham dealt blow in pursuit of striker target with Premier League side not prepared to sell

West Ham United’s chances of landing Andre Gray have taken a blow with Burnley insisting he is not for sale, according to The Daily Mail. Burnley are not prepared to entertain offers for their main marksman, who notched nine Premier League goals last season, amid interest from West Ham, Newcastle United, Wolves, Everton and Tottenham […]

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West Ham hopeful of beating Burnley, Everton and West Brom to the signing of Championship defender

West Ham United are confident of completing the signing of Lamine Kone, according to a report by The Mirror. Sunderland are reportedly holding out for £20m but The Mirror understands that the Hammers are hopeful of landing him in a deal worth just over £10m. The Ivory Coast international is thought to be unhappy at Sunderland […]

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West Ham to rival Premier League elite in the hunt to sign 23-year-old contract rebel

Ross Barkley is an unlikely target for West Ham United, according to The Daily Star. The Daily Star are exclusively reporting that West Ham are one of six Premier League sides chasing Everton’s Ross Barkley. Ross Barkley has refused to pen a new deal with Everton and the Toffees look set to cash in on […]

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Everton lining up raid on West Ham to sign veteran defender

According to an exclusive report by The Sun, West Ham United defender James Collins is a summer transfer target for Everton. Everton are looking to poach Collins from West Ham as they eye an experienced head at the back. The Toffees are looking for a fourth centre half to compete with Michael Keane, Ashley Williams […]

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