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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Miguel Layun, Jesus Corona seal Porto deals ahead of deadline

Jesus Corona's explosiveness made him a key figure in Mexico's Gold Cup title run.
Jesus Corona, 22, was slapped with a €50 million buyout after signing a five-year deal with Porto.

Mexico internationals Miguel Layun and Jesus Corona have joined Porto, the Portuguese club announced on Monday.

The 27-year-old Layun joins from Watford a one-year loan with an option to buy for €6m, while Corona's deal is permanent.

"I feel great, happy to be here and to be part of this great team, that is used to fighting for the biggest goals, due to their greatness," Layun told Porto's website.

Watford lack goal threat and boss Flores needs to reassess options

Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores says his side were never going to keep Manchester City at bay for 90 minutes.

No one expected Watford to beat Manchester City on Saturday and a 2-0 defeat away to the team that look clear favourites for the title was not hard to stomach.

However, there is growing unease about the way the club are approaching games and it's debatable whether they ever really tried to win the game at Etihad.

Boss Quique Flores talked up his team's chances in the build-up but sent them out to get behind the ball and limit the space for City's attacking play that overwhelmed Chelsea a fortnight...

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Manchester City were always likely to score, says Watford's Quique Sanchez

Watford manager Quique Flores says that the timing of an early second half goal by Manchester City made it difficult for his squad to recover.

Watford manager Quique Sanchez Flores admitted holding Manchester City was always likely to prove difficult for his side after the Hornets' 2-0 defeat on Saturday.

Flores' men entered half-time at the Etihad without conceding, but their resistance was broken two minutes into the second half as Raheem Sterling scored his first goal for his new club.

Fernandinho doubled the lead as the Premier League leaders finally broke the resistance of the spirited Hornets.

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