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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

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Swansea emerge as latest Wilfried Bony suitors

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Wilfried Bony could be moving back to Swansea City.

Wilfried Bony is being linked with a return to Swansea City, with reports suggesting that the Welsh club are considering a move to bring the Manchester City striker back to the Liberty Stadium.

The Ivorian became then most expensive player when he was signed by City from Swansea for £28 million in 2015, and the BBC have now reported that the Swans are weighing up a move for the hitman.

Bony has struggled to recreate the form he demonstrated with the Welsh club after moving to the Etihad Stadium,...

Four Premier League sides target Arsenal's Carl Jenkinson - sources

Stewart Robson isn't buying Arsene Wenger's thoughts on Alexis Sanchez's desire to leave Arsenal for a second.
Stewart Robson and Ross Dyer assess what Arsenal need to sort out during their preseason tour.
Alexis Sanchez hints at a desire to leave Arsenal, saying his aim is Champions League success.
Gab Marcotti provides an update on Alexis Sanchez's future with Arsenal following his comments on UCL aspirations.
Arsene Wenger denies that Arsenal made an offer for Kylian Mbappe and says the forward will likely stay with Monaco.

Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson is a target for Newcastle, Brighton, Burnley and Swansea, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.

Jenkinson, 25, is set to leave Arsenal this summer after making just one appearance in the Premier League last season before being omitted from the club's squad for their preseason trip to Australia and Asia.

He returned from a serious knee injury last October, but found himself down the pecking order in Arsene Wenger's first-team plans.

The England international...

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Former Swansea City star Michu forced into retirement at 31

Ankle injuries have forced former Swansea City midfielder Michu to retire at age 31.

Michu was Swansea's top scorer in the 2012-13, striking for 22 Premier League goals after moving from Rayo Vallecano for just £2 million.

But the injuries derailed his career and within two years he exited Swansea and was left to play in the fourth tier in Spain.

He played last season with Real Oviedo in the second division but scored just once in 27 games.

Michu's stellar seaon at Swansea saw the club finish...

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Sigurdsson 'not in right frame of mind' for preseason tour amid Everton link

Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop assess the latest in Rumour Rater including Perisic, Matic, Arnautovic and more.
Gylfi Sigurdsson
Gylfi Sigurdsson signd a four-year contract with Swansea in 2016.

Swansea have confirmed that Gylfi Sigurdsson will not travel with the squad for the preseason tour of the U.S. due to uncertainty over his future.

Everton are reportedly interested in signing the Iceland international despite Swansea trying to ward off any interest by putting a £50 million price tag on a player who scored nine goals and assisted a further 13 as the club narrowly avoided relegation.

Swansea said on Twitter: "We can confirm that Gylfi Sigurdsson will not travel with the squad...

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Is Sigurdsson worth £50m? Everton not perturbed by Swansea price

The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest transfer talk from the Premier League.
The ESPN FC crew bring you all the latest transfer talk from the Premier League.

Is Swansea City midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson worth £50 million? Swansea seem to think so, and Everton appear ready to pay something close to that, having had a previous £40m bid rebuffed.

Swansea's logic for a price almost £20m higher than what James Rodriguez might cost Bayern Munich is simple. Without the Icelandic playmaker's nine goals and 13 assists last season, the Liberty Stadium would be hosting Championship rather than Premier League football in August. As such, any attempts...