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Bayern chasing bargain deal for top Tottenham right-back target

Date published: Monday 27th July 2020 5:06 Bayern Munich are reportedly keen on signing Norwich right-back Max Aarons in a bargain deal this summer. The Canaries will have to offload some of their top stars following relegation from the Premier League. Two of those names are Aarons and centre-back Ben Godfrey, who have both been linked with Tottenham.Spurs are after two new full-backs this summer, and Aarons has been on their radar since before the start of last season. However, Sky Germany claims that Bayern are ready to move for the 20-year-old as an alternative to Ajax star Sergino Dest. Aarons had been previously rated at €30m (£27m). But the report adds that the Bundesliga giants think they can get a deal done for €20m...
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Farke hits out at ‘stupid’ Norwich performance after double red cards

Date published: Saturday 18th July 2020 9:01 Daniel Farke said that Norwich “walked into the trap” set by Burnley as they lost their last home Premier League game after having two men sent off. Both Emiliano Buendia and Josip Drmic were sent off for Norwich, who are already relegated and guaranteed to finish bottom, in the first half. That made competing with Burnley an uphill struggle – and things went from bad to worse when Chris Wood’s opener was followed up by an own goal from Ben Godfrey. It was a miserable day at the office for Norwich, who would have been hoping to go out on a high note in their last game at Carrow Road in the top flight. And Farke accepted that there were no excuses for the manner of their performance...
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Watford v Norwich: When is it, where can you watch it, team news and what are the odds? |

Date published: Monday 6th July 2020 6:47 When is Watford v Norwich? Barring any health emergencies, the game is scheduled to take place on Tuesday July 7. What time does Watford v Norwich kick-off? The game is scheduled for a 6pm kick-off and is one of three Premier League matches that day. What is at stake? This one is a bit of a relegation six-pointer. Norwich are in the last chance saloon and look like they can’t afford another slip-up. A defeat would likely be the knockout blow to their survival hopes, but a win could rekindle hope of a great escape. Watford, meanwhile, are teetering just above the bottom three and need a win to boost their own survival chances. Where can I watch Watford v Norwich? It’s being bro...
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Tottenham battling Bundesliga duo to land £25m Vertonghen replacement

Date published: Sunday 5th July 2020 2:40 Tottenham are reportedly battling two top Bundesliga sides in their bid to land £25million-rated centre-back Ben Godfrey this summer. Jose Mourinho looks certain to sign a new central defender, with Jan Vertonghen and Juan Foyth both tipped to leave. Spurs have struggled defensively all season and were woeful at the back during the 3-1 defeat at Sheffield United.Mourinho’s men are currently ninth in the Premier League, a whopping 10 points behind fifth-placed Manchester United. And with just six games of their season remaining, they face a major uphill battle to qualify for Europe. Belgium star Vertonghen is expected to quit the club on a free when his contract expires over ...
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Norwich v Brighton: When is it, where can you watch it, team news and what are the odds? |

Date published: Friday 3rd July 2020 3:20 When is Norwich v Brighton? Barring any health emergencies, the game is scheduled to take place on Saturday July 4. What time does Norwich v Brighton kick-off? The game is scheduled for a 12.30pm kick-off, the first of five Premier League matches that day. What is at stake? It’s a crucial game for both teams. Norwich were battered 4-0 by Arsenal in the last outing, cutting them off at the bottom more than ever. Another defeat could be catastrophic to the Canaries’ ever-decreasing survival chances. Brighton, on the other hand, have been in good form since the restart. The lost 3-0 to Man Utd last time out but have managed to haul themselves to within a win or two or survival, s...
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Aubameyang clinical as Arsenal punish lowly Norwich 4-0

Date published: Wednesday 1st July 2020 7:52 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang brought up his 50th and 51st league goals for Arsenal as they comfortably swept aside Norwich 4-0 at The Emirates. Arsenal started the quicker of the two, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang curling an early sighter Tim Krul’s way. It was Norwich who came closest to breaking the deadlock prior to the first half drinks break, however, and the chance came from an unlikely source. Centre-half Ben Godfrey picked the ball up inside Arsenal’s half, and unleashed a fierce drive from fully 30 yards out that crashed against the post. The hosts continued to press forward, however, and just after the half hour mark, found the game’s opening goal. Tim Krul dawdled ...