Manchester City agree club-record £57m deal for Aymeric Laporte• Defender set to arrive in Manchester next week• Centre-half will sign five-year contract at EtihadAymeric Laporte, right, takes on Lionel Messi. Photograph: Ander Gillenea/AFP/Getty ImagesManchester City have agreed a £57m deal for Athletic Bilbao’s Aymeric Laporte, with the defender set to arrive next week.
Chelsea agree £44m deal for Roma’s Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri• Dzeko yet to agree personal terms to move to Stamford Bridge• Deal could be delayed by Roma’s match against SampodoriaEdin Dzeko is yet to agree to personal terms at Stamford Bridge. Photograph: Alberto Lingria/ReutersChelsea have had a £44m bid for Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri accepted.
Chelsea have had a €50 million bid for Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri accepted. The players’ Italian club, Roma, were holding out for €15 million in add-ons but in the end struck a deal with the Premier League champions for the players to move in January. Chelsea, however, have yet to agree personal terms with Dzeko and deal could be delayed somewhat with Roma playing Sampdoria in Serie A on Wednesday night. Chelsea have been looking for a striker to ease the workload for Alvaro Morata.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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