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LIVE Transfer Talk: Man Utd, Arsenal, Liverpool fighting over Bruun Larsen

Mina Rzouki breaks down the key reasons Juventus have emerged as the likely landing spot for Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt.

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TOP STORY: Prem trio battle for Bruun Larsen

Three of the Premier League's top clubs are set to battle for the signature of Borussia Dortmund forward Jacob Bruun Larsen, according to the Sun.

Larsen, 20, made a breakthrough in the Bundesliga last season and has attracted interest...

LIVE Transfer Talk: Man United back for Sancho if Pogba, Lukaku depart

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TOP STORY: Man United back for Sancho if Pogba, Lukaku depart

Sources have told ESPN that Manchester United only have £100m to spend this summer, but if they are able to ship out some star players then they'll have a bit more.

United were keen on Borussia Dortmund and England winger Jadon...

Hummels returns to Dortmund: a perfect fit that could unsettle Bayern

Mats Hummels still has plenty left to offer in a top club's defense, but will Bayern regret letting him leave so easily for their biggest and strongest rival?

Why? The obvious and indeed most accurate answer is that all three parties felt that Mats Hummels' move back to Borussia Dortmund from FC Bayern Munich was in their interest. But that tells us nothing about how each of them arrived here, and then quickly found an agreement that would have seemed beyond the realm of fantasy a few months ago.

Borussia's thought process is relatively easy to explain. The main reason that last season's runners-up failed to win the league was their young defence's...

Dortmund have signed Hazard, Brandt and Schulz but what else is needed to unseat Bayern?

Raphael Honigstein joins the crew to weigh in on Borussia Dortmund's signings, and questions whether or not they've done enough to win next season's Bundesliga title.

Borussia Dortmund are acutely aware that they've just missed the biggest chance in years to wrest the Bundesliga title away from Bayern Munich. But where some might see failure, Dortmund are determined to treat their second-place finish as a platform to go one better next season. A €75 million transfer blitz of three signings in two days last week was timed to provide their fans with plenty of optimism going into the summer break.

The three signings represent two different types of rationale....

Bayern boss Kovac faces uncertain future even if Bundesliga title is sealed

Mathematically, it's quite straightforward. Bayern Munich will be champions for a seventh consecutive time on Saturday afternoon unless they lose at home to Eintracht Frankfurt and Borussia Dortmund win at Borussia Monchengladbach. According to the implied probability of the bookmakers' odds, the chances of both of these things happening are slim: 3.3 percent.

Dortmund need another one of those minor football miracles, Bayern only a draw due to their vastly superior goal difference. In light of...

Borussia Dortmund's warm farewell for Christian Pulisic, a player always destined to move somewhere else

Pulisic's farewell to the Dortmund home crowd was warm and polite, but he was always destined for a big move away from the club. Once Chelsea's offer came in, he was destined to leave.

DORTMUND, Germany -- As he walked down the tunnel, he was holding back tears. Four minutes before half-time, Christian Pulisic was again holding back his tears; he'd just scored to hand Dortmund the lead. They remain firmly in the title race and "Captain America" had come to the rescue. Just over an hour later, Borussia wrapped up the 3-2 win and Pulisic obliged with the media tour before walking to the locker room. At 6:36 p.m. local time, he left, his family waiting for him near the exit.

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