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Middlesbrough sign Darren Randolph from West Ham for £5m

Stewart Robson assesses the pros and cons of a Javier Hernandez move to West Ham.

Middlesbrough have signed Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Darren Randolph on a four-year deal.

Boro have paid £5 million to West Ham for the 30-year-old.

"I am delighted to get it all signed and completed," Randolph told his new club's official website.

He recently saw Joe Hart arrive at the London Stadium, meaning he was likely to play second fiddle at best for the Hammers.

"I want to come here and get the club back to where it belongs and I want to be part of something special," he added.


 By Paul Murphy

Alvaro Morata arrives in Singapore after sealing Chelsea move

Antonio Conte maintains Alvaro Morata was his first choice when it came to luring a new striker to Chelsea.

SINGAPORE -- New Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata wasted no time in getting to work as he arrived in Singapore on Saturday just hours after his transfer from Real Madrid was confirmed.

Chelsea announced the signing of the Spain international on Friday for a reported initial £58 million fee and, following a short training session, he packed his bags to join his teammates on their Asian tour ahead of next week's International Champions Cup.

Before setting off, Morata expressed his delight at sealing...

By ESPN Staff

ISL champions Atletico de Kolkata to end association with Atletico Madrid

Atletico de Kolkata celebrate winning the 2016 ISL.
ATK will continue to wear the red and white stripes despite the disassociation with Atletico Madrid.

Defending ISL champions Atletico de Kolkata are set to end their association with Spanish club Atletico Madrid, and will now just be known as ATK, short for Amar Tomar Kolkata (Yours and Mine Kolkata), principal owner Sanjiv Goenka announced on Saturday.

Goenka said he would buy out Atletico Madrid's 25 per cent stake in the ISL side, which is co-owned by Utsav Parekh, Harsh Neotia, and former India captain Sourav Ganguly.

"There are two aspects -- one is financial and the other is technical. As...

Idrissa Doumbia slams Anderlecht treatment after Zulte loan

Ivory Coast youngster Idrissa Doumbia has spoken out against Belgian giants Anderlecht after they sent him on loan to Zulte Waregem.

Speaking to La Derniere Heure [as per Walfoot], Doumbia has criticised the Brussels heavyweights for keeping him in the dark about their plans for him before eventually sending him on loan for one season earlier this week, with Zulte having the option of extending the deal for another campaign.

The 19-year-old has a contract with Anderlecht that stretches for another...

Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez meets PSG sporting director in Paris - source

With Alexis Sanchez's Arsenal future still in doubt, the FC panel wonder if Paris is the only suitor he has left.

Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez and his representatives were in Paris on Friday to meet with Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Antero Henrique, a source close to the French club has told ESPN FC.

Henrique and his assistant travelled to the United States with PSG last weekend but returned to Europe before the club's International Champions Cup opener against Roma in Detroit because of urgent transfer business. 

According to the source, that transfer business concerns Sanchez and Neymar, and...

Christian Eriksen: Tottenham don't need to spend to win trophies

Spurs correspondent Dan Kilpatrick discusses Tottenham's quiet transfer window and why they've yet to sign a player.
The ESPN FC panel answer questions from Spurs fans watching their side train in Orlando, Florida.

ORLANDO -- Christian Eriksen has defended Tottenham's quiet summer in the transfer market, insisting that buying success is an English obsession that rarely works out.

Tottenham are the only Premier League club yet to make a summer signing and, while the rest of last season's top seven have all bought at least one player for more than £30 million, Spurs' only business has been to sell England right-back Kyle Walker to Manchester City for £50m.

Eriksen was one of seven new players signed...