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Monday July 17

7:59: Pepe Reina has attracted Manchester City’s interest, according to Italian outlet Radio Crc.

Newcastle want to sign Reina but the goalkeeper is happy to remain at Napoli.

Yet the former Liverpool shot-stopper may be temped by City, who look set to offload Joe Hart onto West Ham, while Claudio Bravo could also leave.

That would leave Reina to play back-up to Ederson, who arrived from Benfica this summer.


Everton have signed Cuco Martina on a three-year contract.

Martina arrives from Southampton, two years after joining the club from FC Twente.

“Everton is a big club with big ambitions and I’m really looking forward to joining this group of players and the manager as we try to step forward next season,” Martina told

“Obviously, I know the manager from my time at Southampton, so I know what he wants and he knows what I can do.

“Everton supporters are really passionate about their Club and everyone’s excited about where the Club is aiming. You can see this is a club that wants to achieve something and the players we are bringing certainly show this.”

17:36: Worrying news for Chelsea.

Milan sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli says the Serie A giants have been in for Alvaro Morata from the start of the summer.

“We’ve been after him right from the start,” Mirabelli told Sport Mediaset.

“There were some complications that emerged between the final of the Champions League and when other clubs who were interested arrived so it all cooled down.

“It could heat up again, though, but only on our conditions.”

16:51: Gareth Bale says Kylian Mbappe would deserve his chance to Real Madrid if a deal is done to sign him this summer.

Real want to sign Mbappe but Monaco are demanding £120m for their youngster.

Bale told Marca: “I have not seen much, really.

“I do not see much football, but I know he is a good player and if he comes it is because he has had a great last…

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