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Friday June 5 2020
Brescia deny Cellino sale talk

Brescia have categorically denied a report that claimed President Massimo Cellino was ready to sell up and buy another English club.

Tuttomercatoweb ran a story earlier today on how Cellino had grown tired of Italian football and was planning to reinvest in Charlton Athletic, Reading or Birmingham City.

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Sunday May 24 2020
Juve 'want €18m for Higuain'

Juventus have reportedly slapped an €18m price tag on Gonzalo Higuain, who is being pursued by River Plate and clubs in England.

Higuain and River have been vocal in their admiration for one another throughout the coronavirus lockdown, but the Argentine side could be facing competition from Newcastle United and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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Monday May 18 2020
'Prem fans unlikely this year'

The Premier League’s medical advisor has admitted that social distancing is set to be the norm in football for ‘the next 6-12 months’.

The English top flight announced this afternoon its clubs could resume team training as of Wednesday, with a view to possibly starting up fixtures on June 12.

However, Mark Gillett warned games would be played behind closed doors like in Germany for the foreseeable future.

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Monday May 18 2020
Prem clubs to resume team training

All 20 Premier League clubs have ‘voted unanimously’ to resume non-contact team training from Wednesday.

Tomorrow’s return to group work marks the second step of ‘Project Restart’ for top-flight sides in England, although social distancing must be observed between players and coaches.

“Premier League Shareholders today voted unanimously to return to small-group training from tomorrow afternoon, the first step towards restarting the Premier League, when safe to do so,” read an official statement.

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Thursday May 14 2020
Eriksson: 'Shouldn't have left Lazio for England'

Sven-Goran Eriksson admits ‘it might’ve been better to stay at Lazio’ rather than taking the England job. ‘It was without doubt my happiest experience.’

It was 20 years ago today that his team won the Serie A title with wild celebrations at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

“I have remained a Lazio fan and that was the strongest team I ever coached,” Eriksson told Radio Radio in Italy.

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Monday May 11 2020
PL clubs reject neutral venues

Premier League clubs have rejected the idea of playing at neutral venues, while the English FA will not accept no relegations or the season being voided.

The Premier League held a shareholders’ meeting this afternoon after the UK government confirmed the season could resume from June 1, providing conditions to curb the spread of coronavirus were met

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Monday May 11 2020
English football free from June 1

Professional leagues in England can resume from June 1 behind closed doors, the British government has announced.

All 20 Premier League clubs have been working on an initiative entitled ‘Project Restart’ in recent weeks, with the aim of ensuring this season’s fixtures are fulfilled.

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Friday May 1 2020
PL: 'Working on restart'

The Premier League has released a statement confirming that work is ongoing to resume the 2019-20 campaign.

Several English clubs have already returned to training as part of ‘Project Restart’despite the Premier League’s health protocol being weaker than the one put forward by the FIGC, which the Italian government rejected.

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Friday April 17 2020
Sarri reveals Chelsea 'conflict'

Maurizio Sarri admits he had a “conflicted” relationship with Chelsea’s players and “would never live” in England but that he “misses” the Premier League.

Sarri led Chelsea to Champions League qualification and won the Europa League with them in 2019-20, but he made a swift return to Italy with Juventus last summer.

“The higher you go up the ladder, the harder it is to build personal relationships with your players,” the 61-year-old told Juve’s official YouTube channel.

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Friday April 17 2020
PL: 'Committed to ending season'

The Premier League has confirmed that it “remains our objective” to complete the season, without setting a date for its return.

All 20 Premier League clubs held a meeting on Friday, where they were expected to explore the possibility of resuming the campaign on June 30.

However, the English top flight has now announced in a statement that only ‘scheduling models’ came up for discussion.

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