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Southampton recently announced the departure of star playmaker Dusan Tadic as the midfielder heads to Ajax.

The Serbian international has returned from the World Cup and will immediately head back to the Dutch league, where Southampton discovered him in 2014 at FC Twente. Tadic recorded a down year at Saints last season with six goals and three assists, but fantasy managers can reminisce on a spectacular 2015/16 where Tadic recorded seven goals and 12 assists. Said Tadic: "I would like to thank everyone at Southampton for giving me so many amazing years with the club. I have enjoyed every minute of my time with you, and I will take so many memories with me. To the fans, I say a huge thank you for all the support you have given me, and I will miss you all, but I feel I have reached a point in my career where it is the right time for me to move back to Holland."
Jul 9 - 10:17 PM

Gerard Deulofeu is edging closer to his first appearance of 2018/19 following a return to full training.

The winger has struggled for most of the year after suffering a metatarsal fracture in February, a problem which continued to hamper him throughout the summer despite a brief return to the matchday squad in late-April. On Tuesday, Javi Garcia confirmed Deulofeu had completed a battery of tests and he was now training with the squad, although he would not be considered for the first-team just yet. "With his injury we have been patient. He is feeling well but we are not sure when he will available," he said. "He needs time [but] there are a lot of games left. I prefer to be patient while we are working hard with him. He is recovered and we are happy because he says he is well, but we know we have to wait for the moment when he is fit."
Sep 26 - 6:08 AM

Troy Deeney is expected to line-up against the Gunners this weekend despite an ongoing foot injury and ankle ligament damage.

The Watford skipper was seen icing his foot on Saturday and confirmed that he had been playing with broken toes since August. "One toe has healed but two are broken. I’ve had injections. One of the younger players did it on the Friday before the game [versus Crystal Palace]. He was trying to impress and get himself in the team, but he stood on my toes." And after the draw with Fulham, Deeney says he will require another injection, this time in his ankle, to be ready for the game at the Emirates after he was caught high and late by opposition defender Timothy Fosu-Mensah. "There’s a bit of ligament damage in there [but] nothing a few injections can’t help. It’s going to take more than that to stop me playing against Arsenal."
Sep 26 - 6:24 AM

Charlie Daniels is "on his way back" from an ongoing knee problem which has kept him side-lined since the end of August.

Eddie Howe revealed earlier this month that the defender had been working with the medical team after picking up a "niggle," but having made significant strides in the past week, he should be back very soon. "He is in the phase between the physios and the sports science team, where he is building his tolerance up to the pain levels he has been feeling," revealed the Cherries boss. "He is not totally injury-free and is still feeling something but it is improving every day." In his absence, summer signing Diego Lerma has come into the side and done "very well" although Howe admits it is still frustrating to lose a player of his quality. Bournemouth bounced back from Saturday’s blip at Burnley with a narrow 3-2 win over Championship outfit Blackburn Rovers in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night thanks to a late-winner from substitute Callum Wilson.
Sep 26 - 7:14 AM

Demarai Gray will have a scan on his left ankle after being stretchered off with oxygen during Leicester City's Carabao Cup win over Wolverhampton on Tuesday.

The England under-21 international required oxygen after suffering a nasty-looking injury when he caught his left leg under his body as he made a challenge in added time. Leicester boss Claude Puel confirmed in his post-match press conference that Gray will undergo a scan tomorrow to discover the full extent of the injury. Marc Albrighton could come into the starting XI against Newcastle this weekend with Gray potentially facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
Sep 25 - 6:41 PM

Manchester United have been knocked out of the League Cup by Frank Lampard's Derby County.

The Third Round clash at Old Trafford started as José Mourinho would have dreamed, with Juan Mata getting on the end of a lovely move down the left wing in the third minute. United failed to make any other opportunity to kill the game off in the first half and paid the consequences. Liverpool loanee Harry Wilson levelled proceedings with a stunning free-kick, which should have pushed the United side with nine changes into action. Instead, The Rams took the lead with a few minutes of normal time to play through Jack Marriot. He headed the ball beyond Lee Grant, who came on to replace Sergio Romero when the Argentine saw red for handling outside the box to prevent a scoring chance. United went route one and pegged Derby back in injury time to 2-2 via Fellaini, but the Championship side beat them in a shootout.
Source: BBC Sport
Sep 25 - 6:45 PM

Callum Wilson scored deep into injury time to give Bournemouth a 3-2 win over Blackburn and a passage through to the next round of the EFL Cup.

The Cherries actually blew a 2-0 lead before snatching the late winner. Junior Stanislas made his mark on his first start back from injury by volleying the PL side ahead before Jordon added a second from the spot in the second half. That second goal came after Blackburn's 'keeper twice denied Jermain Defoe. Summer signing Jefferson Lerma made an error which left Blackburn back into the tie through Conway before Armstrong levelled proceedings. In the final seconds, Rovers' Williams picked up the ball deliberately to stop Wilson going through 1-on-1 with Raya and saw red. Seconds later, Wilson headed in Marc Pugh's corner to win the game.
Source: BBC Sport
Sep 25 - 6:54 PM

Sergio Romero will not be on the bench for Manchester United against West Ham this weekend.

The Argentine was handed a straight red card for denying a goalscoring opportunity with his hand outside the box mid-way through the second half of United's poor exit from the EFL Cup at the hands of Championship club Derby County. Lee Grant will take his place on the bench as David de Gea will be back in the starting line-up after a rest. Romero will be suspended for just one game, so he will be eligible to play against Newcastle in GW8.
Sep 25 - 7:04 PM

Alisson will get a rest on Wednesday night when Liverpool host Chelsea in the Carabao Cup.

The Belgian goalkeeper last started for Liverpool in January before he conclusively lost his place to Loris Karius. With the German now in Turkey, a chance to impress now falls into his hands. Speaking about possible rotation, Jurgen Klopp said "I will not name a number of changes. It will not be the maximum and it will not be the minimum." For the Blues, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Antonio Rudiger and Pedro are doubt but youngsters like Callum Hudson-Odoi, Etham Ampadu, and the lesser-spotted Gary Cahill may get a run out.
Source: BBC Sport
Sep 25 - 2:29 PM

In the latest episode in their turbulent feud, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has told Paul Pogba that he will never captain the club again.

Mourinho is said to be trying to impose his authority on the Frenchman after he cost United Wolves' equaliser at the weekend and followed that up by criticising the team's lack of attacking in his post-match comments. Mourinho signalled his annoyance with members of his squad in his programme notes ahead of United's Tuesday night Carabao Cup clash with Derby. "[The game against Wolves was] an important lesson; a lesson that I repeat week after week after week, a lesson that some boys are not learning. Every team that play Manchester United are playing the game of their lives, and we need to match that level of aggression, motivation and desire - 95% isn't enough when others give 101%." After a recent run of good performances, Pogba and his manager's relationship is again on the rocks.
Source: BBC Sport
Sep 25 - 2:40 PM

Brighton winger José Izquierdo has stepped up his recovery from a knee injury after completing 45 minutes for Albion's reserves on Monday.

"Izzy's" half against Leicester City's backups was his first play-time since he featured for Japan against Colombia during the World Cup. It will be a big boost for Chris Hughton when he will be able to call on Izquierdo as well as Solly March and Ali Jahanbakhsh to fill the slot on the left side of his midfield.
Source: The Argus
Sep 25 - 2:45 PM

Lost in the team news over the weekend was the new contract signed by Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero.

The team's all-time leading scorer celebrated with his fourth goal of the season in his 300th overall appearance for Manchester City in a 5-0 win over Cardiff City. The new deal extends his current contract by a year, which will keep him at the club until 2021, when he is 33 years old. Said Aguero, who has always expressed a hope to return to Argentina at the end of his contract: "I am happy for this additional year. My idea was being here for 10 years. I've been here for seven years [and] it's going to be 10 when the contract expires. This was the main reason I signed. I'm very happy because they have treated my very well since the first day I got here. I'm very happy with everything that involves the club, my teammates, the staff and the management team."
Sep 24 - 10:31 PM




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