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Liverpool fear Barcelona move for Coutinho

Liverpool remain fearful that Barcelona will launch a bid for prized asset Philippe Coutinho during this transfer window.

Football, Transfers, Football Index

Betting suspended over Diego Costa

Bookmakers have suspended markets on Diego Costa leaving Chelsea this summer.


Chelsea to jump on City’s left-back plan

Chelsea are ready to try and jump on Manchester City's plans to sign Benjamin Mendy and Ryan Bertrand.


Football Index Insight – When to buy?

With the start of the football season just a matter of weeks away now, the anticipation is really starting to build on the Football Index and if you haven’t got involved in it yet, now’s the time.


Jurgen Klopp letting his Hart rule his Head

Jurgen Klopp decides against signing Joe Hart - but is he right?


Could F1 beat football to corruption scandal?

Could Formula 1 beat football to it, and reveal itself as the first major sport to be dogged by a corruption prosecution?


The Duke’s Weekend Review

The Duke's looks back over the weekend's Horse Racing action.

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Barcelona or Paris? Neymar has decision to make

Paris Saint Germain head coach Unai Emery has confirmed that they would be interested in signing Brazilian superstar Neymar.


Darts Preview: World Matchplay

We preview one of the biggest Darts events on the calendar as the World Matchplay takes place at the iconic Blackpool Winter Gardens.


BetFred Super League Preview

It is the final week of the regular Super League this week, before the league splits into two.


PSG get Sanchez encouragement

Paris Saint Germain have seen their odds on landing Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez after being given encouragement to move for the Chilean as The Gunners do not want to sell to Manchester City.


The Open Preview

The 146th Open takes place at Royal Birkdale, who have the honour of hosting the event for the tenth time.


Mourinho wants to end career with United – Bookies can’t see it

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has revealed he wants to stay with the club for the rest of his career until he is 70, but Bookmakers can't see him lasting that long at Old Trafford.