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 By Ben Gladwell

Fiorentina sign midfielder Jordan Veretout from Aston Villa

Jordan Veretout spent last season on loan at St Etienne.

Fiorentina have completed the signing of Jordan Veretout from Aston Villa after he decided against a permanent switch to St Etienne.

Veretout, 24, has joined the Viola for an undisclosed fee, reported to be in the region of €7 million and signed a four-year contract.

"It's a great day for me," he told the Serie A club's website. "I'm ready to give my best for Fiorentina. My position is in the centre of the midfield and I like to entertain people. I know Carlos Sanchez here and I'm delighted...

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Argentina legend Diego Maradona backs VAR despite 'Hand of God'

Diego Maradona scored the opening goal of the 1986 World Cup quarterfinal with his hand.

Diego Maradona has told FIFA's official website that his "Hand of God" goal at the 1986 World Cup would have been instantly disallowed if the video assistant referee (VAR) system had existed then.

Maradona -- who punched the ball into the England net for the opening goal as Argentina won 2-1 -- has backed the use of VAR, which was trialled at this summer's Confederations Cup.

Telling FIFA that football "can't fall behind," he added: "Given the rate at which technology is advancing and the fact that...

 By PA Sport

Manchester City owners invest in five-a-side businesses in U.S. and Canada

Jonathan Smith brings you the latest from Manchester City's pre-season tour in Los Angeles including their £120 million investment in full-backs.

Manchester City's owners have announced plans to expand their global footprint by investing in five-a-side businesses in North America.

The City Football Group have formed a new partnership with Goals Soccer Centres to create and run top-quality playing and training facilities across the United States and Canada.

CFG already has a presence in the States in the form of Major League Soccer side New York City FC. As well as New York and Manchester, CFG also has clubs in Australia (Melbourne City),...

 By PA Sport

Everton to stage match in aid of Bradley Lowery Foundation

Jermain Defoe's no.1 fan Bradley Lowery has sadly passed following his brave battle with cancer.

Everton will host a charity celebrity match in aid of the Bradley Lowery Foundation and Everton in the Community.

The game, to be played on Sept. 3, has been arranged in conjunction with the Lowery family and the Bradley Lowery Foundation, and with the assistance of Sellebrity Soccer.

Young Sunderland supporter Bradley died recently after a battle against neuroblastoma.

The six-year-old attended Everton's match at Sunderland last September, after which the Toffees made a £200,000 donation to...

Hugo Lloris 'frustrated' by Tottenham's recent performances in Europe

The FC crew discuss Dan Thomas' interview with Harry Kane, Kane's future and why he reminds Stewart Robson of Paul Mariner.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino insists midfielder Moussa Sissoko is still in the club's plans for the upcoming season.

NEW YORK -- Hugo Lloris admits he has been frustrated by Tottenham's lack of progress in Europe since he joined the club, and says it is down to a lack of experience.

Lloris reached the Champions League semifinal with Lyon in 2010 but his best European run with Spurs has been to the quarterfinals of the Europa League under Andre Villas-Boas in 2012.

Last season, Spurs crashed out of the group stage of the Champions League, beating only CSKA Moscow before losing over two legs to KAA Gent in the Europa...

 By PA Sport

Ankle injury forces former Swansea City striker Michu into retirement

Michu enjoyed the best spell of his career with Swansea City.

Former Swansea and Napoli striker Michu has been forced to quit football at the age of 31.

The once-capped Spain international has suffered from a persistent ankle problem which limited him to only 12 starts for Real Oviedo in Spain's Segunda Division last season.

"According to medical reports, the current situation of my right ankle has come to a point where it has forced me to say goodbye as a professional football player today," Michu said in a statement on his Twitter account.

"Even though I...