Petr Cech wanted by Napoli?

Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech is reportedly the subject of interest from Serie A outfit Napoli.

The former Czech Republic international, who joined Arsenal from Chelsea in 2015, has racked up 103 appearances since moving to the Emirates.

According to The Mirror, the 36-year-old stopper could reunite Carlo Ancelotti, who worked with him while in the dugout for the Blues.

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Real Madrid ready to smash £100m for David de Gea?

Real Madrid are lining up a £100m swoop for Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea.

The European champions are allegedly intending to strengthen their squad ahead of next season, with Costa Rica stopper Keylor Navas a potential exit from the Spanish capital.

The Manchester Evening News claims that the arrival of Julen Lopetegui as the Madrid's new manager could trigger a move for Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea that would make him the most expensive shot-stopper in the history.

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PSG preparing swoop for Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante

Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly outlined their intentions to move for Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante, according to Paris United.

The French champions have reportedly met with the agent of the 27-year-old to discuss a potential summer swoop for the midfielder.

The Parisians are long-time admirers of the Frenchman, who has impressed in three successive Premier League season with Leicester City and Chelsea.

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Liverpool join race to sign Stoke City forward Xherdan Shaqiri this summer

Liverpool have emerged as rumoured suitors for Stoke City forward Xherdan Shaqiri this summer, according to The Daily Star.

The Reds are ready to swoop for the Switzerland international in a £12m deal this summer.

The report adds that Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp wants to improve their attacking options with Shaqiri to take the pressure of his front three of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane.

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Can anyone stop Germany winning again?

You won’t be surprised to know that when you look at the outright odds at williamhill.com, Germany sit right among the top bookies favourites for the World Cup. The fact that they are Germany and the archetypal ‘tournament team’ is probably enough for most punters to place a bet, but the form books show that the confidence in Die Mannschaft is well placed. The holders breezed through qualifying with ten wins out of ten (scoring 43 and conceding just four) and tasted success in the Confederations Cup on Russian soil last summer, at the same time as their under-21s swept to glory in the European Championships in Poland.

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