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Premier League

'Hungry' Bale targets trophies on return to Tottenham

Gareth Bale believes his trophy-winning experience at Real Madrid can help Tottenham end a 12-year wait for silverware after completing his return to Spurs on a season-long loan deal on Saturday.

Premier League

Tottenham confirm: Bale will miss first month due to injury

Bale will arrive at Spurs how he left Real Madrid: injured. Tottenham confirmed after announcing his signing that he has a knee injury and will not return until after the end of the October transfer window, in about a month.

Serie A

1000 spectators to be allowed in stadiums of three Italian regions

The Italian regions of Lombardy, Veneto, and Emilia Romagna will allow a maximum of 1,000 spectators in open venues and 700 in covered venues.

Barcelona Elche
La Liga

Messi, Alba and Griezmann link up to score after just two minutes!

Barcelona did not take long to take the lead against Elche in the Gamper Trophy clash and they did so through an Antoine Griezmann goal. He just had to finish off a lovely pass by Jordi Alba.

Premier League

Liverpool seal swoop for Wolves forward Jota

Liverpool sealed the signing of Portugal forward Diogo Jota from Wolves for a reported £41 million ($54 million) on Saturday.

Premier League

OFFICIAL: Tottenham sign Reguilón

Tottenham have completed the signing of Real Madrid full-back Sergio Reguilón. The Spaniard has joined until 2025.

Serie A

"We didn't kick Higuaín out, we came to a mutual agreement"

Juve Manager, Andrea Pirlo, wanted to put Higuaín's departure into context, saying that, the club didn't fire him, but both parties agreed to end his contract.

La Liga

Zidane's first squad list: 6 players out; Jovic, Odegaard, and two youth team players in

Real Madrid have now released Zidane's first squad list of the La Liga season. The Frenchman has six players out, Odegaard and Jovic have recovered, but he has had to call up two youngsters.

Man. Utd Crystal Palace
Premier League

Seven minutes for Schlupp and Townsend to demount United

Schlupp, with a masterful pass, and Townsend, with an unstoppable run, took just seven minutes to demount the Manchester United defence in the Red Devils' start to the Premier League season. De Gea couldn't do anything either.

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Serie A

Pirlo rules out Suárez: "It's very hard, there's no time"

Andrea Pirlo, Juventus manager, has said the signing Suárez is practically impossible, for many reasons, including getting a passport in time.

La Liga

Hazard, Asensio, Militao, Lucas and Mariano out of Sociedad game

While Isco completed the training session with the rest of the group, Eden Hazard, Marco Asensio, Éder Militao, Lucas Vázquez and Mariano Díaz are out of the league opener with Real Sociedad.

Premier League

Aguero could miss two months of Man City's season

Manchester City's record goalscorer Sergio Aguero could be out of action for a further two months, according to manager Pep Guardiola.

Premier League

Calvert-Lewin treble fires Everton as West Brom implode

Dominic Calvert-Lewin hit a hat-trick and James Rodriguez bagged his first Premier League goal as Everton crushed 10-man West Bromwich Albion 5-2 to extend their perfect start to the season on Saturday.

La Liga

"I've no problem with Bale" - Zidane

Zinedine Zidane confirmed on Saturday that Gareth Bale is in London to secure a return to Tottenham but said the deal is "still not closed".

Premier League

James gets his first Everton goal, then opponent sees red for striking him!

James Rodríguez has had a big impact on the match at Goodison Park. The Colombian scored a lovely goal just before the break to put Everton in front. Then, less than a minute later, Kieran Gibbs hit out at the Colombian and the West Brom man saw red.

J. Callejón Lazio LAZ
Serie A

3.5 Million a year to keep Callejón in Serie A

News outlet 'La Gazzetta dello Sport' says that Lazio is interested in signing José Callejón, who is free after leaving Napoli, and 'Estadio Deportivo' says that they have already made him an offer of 3.5 million euros a year salary.

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