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 By Mike Whalley

Nathaniel Clyne set for Liverpool medical - sources

Liverpool are on course to sign their sixth player of the summer after agreeing to a fee for Southampton right-back Nathaniel Clyne.
The ESPN FC panel debate whether or not Southampton's Nathaniel Clyne is the answer to Liverpool recurrent right-back dilemma.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti believes Manchester United are the frontrunners to sign Southampton's Morgan Schneiderlin.

Nathaniel Clyne is set to undergo a medical at Liverpool on Monday as his move from Southampton nears completion, sources have told ESPN FC.

Clyne, 24, is expected to sign a five-year contract after the two clubs agreed a deal last week.

Liverpool had an initial bid of £10 million for Clyne rejected in May, but returned with a higher offer that will see Southampton receive an initial fee of £12.5 million.

There will be further add-on payments due depending on the player's success at Anfield.


 By Mike Whalley

Liverpool approach England U19s coach Sean O'Driscoll for assistant role

Sean O'Driscoll was appointed England Under-19s head coach in 2014.

Liverpool are hoping to appoint England Under-19 head coach Sean O'Driscoll as their new assistant manager.

O'Driscoll, who turns 58 on Wednesday, is expected to leave his current role to join manager Brendan Rodgers' staff at Anfield, sources have told ESPN FC.

Liverpool have been looking for a new assistant manager since Colin Pascoe was sacked on June 6, following an end-of-season review by American owners Fenway Sports Group.

They have turned to O'Driscoll, who has only been in charge of England's...

 By Kevin Palmer

Chelsea may be forced to leave Stamford Bridge for three years

Chelsea may be forced to play away from Stamford Bridge for a while.

Premier League champions Chelsea may be forced to leave their Stamford Bridge home for three seasons while it undergoes a radical redevelopment, according to a report in the Daily Mail.

Provisional plans are set to be released by the club on Tuesday that will outline a rebuilding project which will include widespread developments in all areas around Stamford Bridge, as well as the demolition of the two hotels that currently sit adjacent to the current stadium.

Chelsea officials are keen to add to...

 By PA Sport

West Ham United's Aaron Cresswell signs new five-year contract

Former Ipswich Town left-back Aaron Cresswell enjoyed a stunning debut season at the Boleyn Ground.

West Ham United defender Aaron Cresswell has signed a new five-year contract after playing a starring role in his debut season with the club.

The left-back was signed from Ipswich Town last summer and went on to play every game in the Hammers' 2014-15 Premier League campaign, his first in the top-flight.

His consistent displays earned him the Hammer of the Year and the Player's Player of the Year awards and the club's hierarchy have now tied him down to a long-term stay.

Cresswell will remain at...

UEFA to relax Financial Fair Play rules

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to Dinamo Moscow's suspension from Europa League play by UEFA over financial fair play.

The European football federation is lifting some of the restrictions on club spending in an attempt to make more teams competitive and ensure clubs are more attractive for new investors.

UEFA agreed on Monday to relax some of its Financial Fair Play rules, allowing clubs a period of accelerated spending on players if they present an affordable business model and show they are not "gambling on success."

The loosening of the rules comes after UEFA found that collective losses by clubs decreased by...