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Premier League

Newcastle expected to make Dubravka deal permanent

'Sky Sports' claims that Newcastle's loanee goalkeeper Martin Dubravka will become the club's first permanent signing of the summer when the transfer window reopens.

Premier League

Dubravka wants permanent Tyneside switch

Martin Dubravka has been in outstanding form for Newcastle since he signed for the club on loan in Januray from Sparta Prague, and he has now told the Czech side that he wants to make the move to the north east of England permanent.

Primeira Liga

The five teams unbeaten in European leagues

Despite the majority of leagues in Europe already passing into the second half of their campaigns, there are a handful of survivors who are yet to be defeated. We take a look at the five teams who are still unbeaten in their respective national competitions...

Czech First Division

United sign Czech teenager Matej Kovar

Manchester United have signed Czech youngster Matej Kovar, subject to international clearance, after reportedly impressing in a one-week trial in November.

Czech First Division

Newcastle target Sparta Prague's Dubravka to become their No. 1

After Kevin Trapp opted to stay at Paris Saint-Germain, Newcastle United have turned their attentions to Sparta Prague goalkeeper Martin Dubravka.

Signings, departures and rumours

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