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How top Premier League signings impact the title race

Five of the six Premier League title candidates have already spent big on stars meant to become key men, but whether they will meet expectations may depend as much on them as their new surroundings. Irrespective of talent, the brick has to fit the puzzle for things to work out.

With that in mind, let's take a look at five major transfers so far this summer, the roles they'll get, and their potential importance in the title race.

Alvaro Morata, Chelsea

There's a reason why Antonio Conte has chased the Spanish striker since 2014, when he approved his arrival at Juventus only to leave the club four days before the move materialised. Morata suits his formulaic approach. Where others encourage improvisation, Conte rehearses moves comprising predetermined patterns and synchronised runs. These often start with a long pass to a striker who can play with his back towards goal.


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Liverpool 'feel good' over contract talks with midfielder Emre Can - Klopp

Jurgen Klopp says Philippe Coutinho is comfortable at Liverpool amid continued interest from Barcelona.

Jurgen Klopp is confident that Liverpool will agree to a new deal with Emre Can, a player he calls "very important" to the club.

Can, 23, has just 12 months remaining on his deal with the Reds, but the club and the player's representatives are in talks and Klopp said all parties "feel good" in the moment about a new deal being reached.

"You can imagine we're involved in talks and we all feel good and confident in this moment," Klopp told reporters.

"That means they're not the worst talks but until...

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Jurgen Klopp: Borussia Dortmund 'story' may not be possible now

Jurgen Klopp had some fun with a journalist in regards to how immensely the transfer market has changed over the years.
Jurgen Klopp says Philippe Coutinho is comfortable at Liverpool amid continued interest from Barcelona.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has told the Mirror he is unsure whether his Borussia Dortmund "story" would be possible now, saying: "They gave me the time to do something."

Klopp took charge at Dortmund in 2008 during a time when the former European champions were struggling badly, having narrowly escaped bankruptcy in 2005 and endured difficulties in the Bundesliga in the two years that followed.

He then oversaw the rise of a young, cheap side -- boasting players including Mario Gotze, Shinji Kagawa,...

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Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp: We need to work on our defence '100 percent'

Jurgen Klopp says Philippe Coutinho is comfortable at Liverpool amid continued interest from Barcelona.

Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool need to improve on their defensive work if they are to have a successful 2017-18 season.

Klopp's side beat Leicester 2-1 on Saturday to win the Premier League Asia Trophy in Hong Kong, having previously defeated Crystal Palace in last week's semifinal.

The Liverpool boss told Sky Sports he was pleased with the result, but conceded some of his team's defending against Leicester had been poor, particularly in allowing Islam Slimani to open the scoring.

"Two games, two wins...

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Wilfried Zaha accuses Man United and Liverpool fans of online racial abuse

Wilfried Zaha expressed displeasure with fans' online messages.

Wilfried Zaha said he was racially abused on social media on Saturday, shortly after his Crystal Palace boss Frank de Boer accused West Brom's players of targeting the winger during a preseason friendly.

Zaha posted a message on Instagram, suggesting followers of his former club Manchester United and their rivals Liverpool had posted abuse to his timeline.

"If Man United and Liverpool fans feel better by calling me a black monkey in my messages .. feel free to carry on if it makes your day better,"...