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Rumours
The latest transfer rumours from around the world.

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers for the summer. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Alexandre Lacazette to Atletico Madrid

Alexandre Lacazette has agreed to leave Lyon this summer and sign for Atletico Madrid, subject to the Spanish club's...

 By Nick Ames

The key to Premier League promotion? Find a style that works and stick to it

Newcastle are a Premier League veteran, and thanks to Rafa Benitez, they're close to a return.

Back in September, it seemed as if a wearying and familiar pattern would repeat itself. Garry Monk didn't get off to a good start at Leeds, and with the team in the bottom three of the Championship before a 2-1 win over Blackburn, the vultures were circling. One vulture in particular: According to a number of reports, Monk was to be the latest manager sacked by notoriously impatient owner, Massimo Cellino.

Skip forward six months, and Monk is still in situ while Leeds are fourth and looking...

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Harry Kane, Tottenham cruise into FA Cup quarterfinals by beating Fulham

Harry Kane's hat trick saw Tottenham cruise past Fulham and reach the quarterfinals of the FA Cup.
Harry Kane's hat trick saw Tottenham cruise past Fulham and reach the quarterfinals of the FA Cup.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from Craven Cottage as Tottenham eased through the FA Cup fifth round with a 3-0 win over Fulham on Sunday afternoon.

1. Kane tallies treble as Spurs cruise 

Tottenham breezed into the FA Cup quarterfinals having made short work of Fulham. Harry Kane, a prematch doubt to play at Craven Cottage, grabbed a clinically executed hat-trick: his final goal came in the 73rd minute, just as manager Mauricio Pochettino was trying to substitute his captain for the...

Four reasons why Dimitar Berbatov would be welcome in Premier League

Dimitar Berbatov
Dimitar Berbatov has a lot to offer the Premier League.

After taking a photo with Wayne Rooney, Dimitar Berbatov is reportedly training with Manchester United in order to get himself back to full fitness. But will that mean the Bulgaria striker will be trying to earn himself a contract in the Premier League? Here are four reasons why the 35-year-old would be welcome back in the English top flight.

A touch of class

Technique is something in short supply in England. When you find a player whose touch is so superb that it's worth the entry money in itself,...

 By Chris Wright

Fulham midfielder Tom Cairney receives thank-you from young fan

Fulham midfielder Tom Cairney has revealed that he has received a surprise thank-you note from a young fan despite the club's fairly hit-and-miss start to the season.

Cairney shared an image of the note on Twitter, which was sent to him by a young season-ticket holder.

The supporter in question also asked his Fulham hero for "advice on bicycle kicks", "how to get the ball"...

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Despite adding Premier League talent, Newcastle overawed by Championship

Ayoze Perez
Newcastle United's Ayoze Perez could only look on as the Tyneside club lost its first match in the 2016-17 Championship season.

Football supporters are never more optimistic than before a season's opening match. The end of that first 90 minutes, though, can bring sincere deflation, a biting chill of reality. Thing are never as easy as they seem in midsummer. Matt Smith's goal to give Fulham a 1-0 win issued just such an icy blast for Newcastle United.

An estimated 7,000 Newcastle fans had travelled to Craven Cottage, filling the Putney End with a sea of black and white stripes plus plenty of bare chests. They began their...