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  • James Orr29 minutes agoJune 5, 2019

    ARSENAL keeper David Ospina is expected to seal a permanent move to Napoli – despite falling short on playing enough to trigger an automatic transfer this summer.

    Ospina spent last season on loan with the Serie A side after it became clear his chances to play for the Gunners were slim.

    As part of the initial agreement a clause was inserted which meant Napoli would automatically have to make the move permanent if the Colombian stopper made 24 appearances.

    Ospina, 30, actually appeared 24 times – meaning the Italian side were not obliged to stump up the £3.1million fee agreed with Arsenal at the start of the campaign.

    That fuelled speculation boss Carlo Ancelotti did not want to sign Ospina full-time.

    But it appears that is not the case and reports in Italy suggest Ancelotti does want to strike a deal with the Gunners for the goalkeeper.

    Ospina is thought to be keen to remain in Naples, where he believes he has better chances to play regular first team football.

  • Adam Storer4 hours agoJune 5, 2019

    BUFFON QUITS PSG, paving way for French side to try to land De Gea.

    PSG wished the Italian 'the best' for the future on their official twitter account this afternoon, confirming he will leave the club.

    This means David De Gea now has a clear possible destination away from Manchester United, amid heavy speculation over his future recently.

  • Adam Storer4 hours agoJune 5, 2019

    MAN UTD to hand Axel Tuanzebe new contract and chance to impress in pre-season.

    After being one of the most important players in Aston Villa's promotion to the Premier League this year, Tunazebe's future at the Red Devils has come under speculation.

    The Claret and Blue club would welcome him back in open arms, and would therefore give him a chance to play in the Premier League next season.

    But Solskjaer wants to develop the player at United, and integrate him into the first team next season.

  • Adam Storer4 hours agoJune 5, 2019

    CELTIC want Phil Jagielka, 36, following defender's release from Everton.

    After trying to sign the former England international in January, Marco Silva would not let him leave due to concerns over defensive backup.

    But after being released from his duties at the club this summer, Neil Lennon will look to bring Jagielka in, and provide him with first-team football.

  • Adam Storer5 hours agoJune 5, 2019

    MAN CITY to trigger Joao Felix's release clause.

    According to reports in Portugal, the Blues have the slight advantage in the race to sign the Portuguese sensation.

    While Manchester United and Real Madrid will also trigger the star's release clause, City are the front-runners as they will pay his agent commission.

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