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  • Clyne, Osvaldo leave Southampton as transfer window opens

    Clyne, Osvaldo leave Southampton as transfer window opens

    Associated Press
    Clyne, Osvaldo leave Southampton as transfer window opens

    LONDON (AP) — Southampton sold Nathaniel Clyne to Liverpool and ended Dani Osvaldo's expensive stay at the club on the opening day of Europe's summer transfer window in the English Premier League on Wednesday. …

  • Petr Cech: Arsenal matches my ambition to win trophies

    Petr Cech: Arsenal matches my ambition to win trophies

    Associated Press
    Petr Cech: Arsenal matches my ambition to win trophies

    PRAGUE (AP) — Petr Cech said it was the hardest decision of his career to agree to end 11 successful years at Chelsea and transfer to English Premier League rival Arsenal. …

  • Cech: cambio al Arsenal para ganar más trofeos

    Cech: cambio al Arsenal para ganar más trofeos

    Associated Press
    Cech: cambio al Arsenal para ganar más trofeos

    PRAGA, República Checa (AP) — Petr Cech dijo que la decisión más difícil de su carrera fue culminar su carrera de 11 años llenos de éxitos en el Chelsea para cambiarse al Arsenal, su rival en la Liga Premier. …

  • Liverpool confirm Clyne signing

    Liverpool confirm Clyne signing

    AFP News
    Liverpool confirm Clyne signing

    Nathaniel Clyne has become the latest pre-season arrival at Anfield after Liverpool confirmed on Wednesday they had signed the England defender from Premier League rivals Southampton. A Liverpool statement said the full-back had "penned a long-term contract with the Reds". Clyne is the sixth player to join Liverpool this pre-season following Bolton goalkeeper Adam Bogdan, Charlton defender Joe Gomez, Manchester City midfielder James Milner, Burnley striker Danny Ings and Hoffenheim forward …

  • New signing Cech believes Arsenal ready to win league title

    New signing Cech believes Arsenal ready to win league title

    Reuters
    New signing Cech believes Arsenal ready to win league title

    Goalkeeper Petr Cech believes Arsenal are ready to clear the final hurdle needed to end the Premier League title drought, and said he was overwhelmed by the support he has received from fans and teammates at his new club. Cech, the most successful keeper in Chelsea's history having won four Premier League titles and one Champions League, said his decision to sign with Arsenal this week came down to a belief the London club can win a first league title in 12 years. "The last few days were …