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    Time Is Against Phil Jones to Fulfil His Once-Burgeoning Potential at Manchester United

    It has been announced this week that Phil Jones has signed a contract extension with Manchester United that will keep him at the club until 2019, much to the surprise of many supporters. After two poor seasons, alarm bells are ringing for some after learning that Jones is seemingly in Louis van Gaal’s long-term plans. Jones’ stock has fallen dramatically over the past couple of years at the club, which would have been difficult to predict when he first joined United. In the summer of 2011, Jones snubbed offers from the likes of Arsenal and Liverpool to move to Old Trafford. Liverpool even offered Blackburn more money, but Jones insisted that United was the only club he wanted to play for, so Blackburn took a hit on the transfer fee and sold him to United. ...

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    Paul Pogba, Arda Turan & John Obi Mikel: Who’s In & Who’s Out At Chelsea This Summer?

    With Chelsea being linked with a suite of new midfield talent, who will end up being the answer to Jose Mourinho's present conundrum in the centre of the park? The present midfield collection of Nemanja Matic, Cesc Fabregas, Oscar and John Mikel Obi is expected to lose at least one man during this transfer window. Chelsea have been ready to listen to offers for Mikel for each of the last three or four windows, and his newly acquired British citizenship has added to his value as an outgoing transfer. ...

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    Firmino, Milner, Ings…Clyne? Liverpool’s Early Business Has Restored the Aura Around Anfield

    "Good things come to those who wait," as the old proverb goes. While applicable to many areas of life, the phrase’s validity is open to question when it comes to transfer market transactions: history has shown that those who leave their business until late in the window are more likely to pay over the odds, while getting deals sewn up early gives players the opportunity to gel with one another in pre-season training. Liverpool have been the busiest Premier League outfit so far, already sealing the purchases of James Milner, Roberto Firmino, Danny Ings and Adam Bogdan, with young defender Joe Gomez also joining from Charlton and Nathaniel Clyne’s £12.5m move from Southampton set to be announced this week. In capturing a handful of new additions before the start of July, Brendan Rodgers’ side have given themselves a decent chance of regaining their place in the top four next term. ...

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    uMAXit Football Predictor Game: Launches 15th July

    uMAXit Football

    The FREE-TO-PLAY English Premier League predictor game with a WEEKLY cash prize of £5,000.

    Simply predict the MATCH OUTCOME (Home Win, Draw, Away Win) to uMAXit's selected English Premier League games to WIN  up to £2,000.

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