Southampton captain Virgil van Dijk is training alone and wants to leave the club, says manager Mauricio Pellegrino. Pellegrino has ordered the centre-back to train separately from the rest of the first-team squad because he feels the player is "not 100%" mentally. Van Dijk, 26, has been strongly linked with a move to Liverpool this summer, although the Anfield club said they ended their interest last month. The Saints remain adamant they will not sell the Netherlands international.
It is very much a case of coming full circle for Asmir Begovic. The 30-year-old Bosnia-Herzegovina international goalkeeper is back at Bournemouth, 10 years on from a loan spell when the club was struggling at the bottom of League One. He was on loan from Portsmouth, where Eddie Howe was once a team-mate. Now Howe is his manager in the Premier League after Begovic re-joined the Cherries from last season's champions Chelsea this summer.
8.29am EDT08:29Lap 20 of 78: A new fastest first sector on the track for Valtteri Bottas who is 6.8secs off the pace of the race leader. Vettel is 1.6secs behind his Ferrari team-mate. Share8.27am EDT08:27Lap 19 of 78: Hamilton is gaining on ninth-placed Kvyat. He is around 1.8secs behind him at present. In terms of the whole race. we are not seeing too many lock-ups on the track. Share8.25am EDT08:25Lap 18 of 78: So Hulkenberg is this raceâ€™s first casualty.
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Selecting a term
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