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Brighton agree to sign Deportivo La Coruna striker Florin Andone on a five-year deal.
Manager Jurgen Klopp says “nobody expected us to be here” as Liverpool prepare to face Real Madrid in the Champions League final.
Former Chelsea and England midfielder Frank Lampard is among 20 applicants for the vacant Derby County manager’s job.
Arsenal hope to sign Juventus right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner on a free transfer.
From Sunderland mascot to managing director, BBC Sport looks at Tony Davison’s unique path to the Black Cats’ boardroom.
• Liverpool manager says forward can become a modern great
• His season was exceptional but there is one more game to go’
Jürgen Klopp has said Mohamed Salah can follow Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi as a modern great but that the forward’s only ambition must be sealing a phenomenal campaign for Liverpool with a starring role in the Champions League final.
Salah has scored 44 goals in his debut season as a Liverpool player, three short of the all-time club record set by Ian Rush in 1984. The Egypt international has one more chance to catch Rush against Real Madrid in Kiev on Saturday when Liverpool aim to win the European Cup for a sixth time.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday’s Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool.
It has been a financial, logistical and physical nightmare but The Fiver has finally completed its journey and all that remains is to fritter away 24 hours or so before kick-off in Saturday’s Big Cup final. The overland trek was gruelling, there have been outrageous bribes, costly misunderstandings and a particularly heated argument over the state of our accommodation, not to mention of our personal hygiene, but all that matters is that when the players of Liverpool and Real Madrid stride out on to the pitch in Kiev’s Olimpiyskiy Stadium, The Fiver will be roaring them on from our favourite stool at The Lengthy Barf. Occasions like these are not to be missed! And where else would we be?
• Unai Emery targets 34-year-old Switzerland captain
• Lichtsteiner departing Juventus as a free agent this summer
Arsenal are in talks to sign Stephan Lichtsteiner on a free transfer, with the defender among Umai Emery’s targets this summer. The 34-year-old could become the Arsenal head coach’s first signing after he sought to make contact with the vastly experienced Switzerland captain, who is expected to lead his country at the World Cup finals in Russia next month.
Lichtsteiner, who joined Juve from Lazio in 2011, was previously linked with Borussia Dortmund after confirming he would exit the Serie A club once his contract expires this summer.