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By Laura Savvas

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  1. So long, farewell!

    That's your lot for today!

    Join me again tomorrow morning and we'll do it all again, shall we?

    See you then and have a great evening!

  2. Gossip: The latest transfer news

    Newcastle and Aston Villa are interested in Rangers' English right back James Tavernier, 27. (Football Insider)

    Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has suggested the Spanish champions may make another signing after confirming the arrival of Spain Under-21 left-back Junior Firpo, 22, from Real Betis. (Sport)

    West Ham are targeting a fifth summer signing but will not move for former Chelsea and England international defender Gary Cahill, 33. (Football.London)

    Crystal Palace are instead closing in on a deal for Cahill and will pay him £75,000 a week. (Sun)

  3. Roofe due medical ahead of Anderlecht move

    BBC Radio Leeds

    Leeds United striker Kemar Roofe is due a medical in Brussels today ahead of a move to Anderlecht.

    The deal is reported to be €7m (£6.4m).

    Roofe, 26, has been United’s tip scorer for the past two seasons but missed yesterday’s opening day Championship victory at Bristol City through injury.

    Roofe has a year left on his contract at Elland Road but an agreement has not be reached to keep him at the club.

    Kemar Roofe
  4. Kick It Out say they are appalled after four incidents of racist abuse at weekend

    Anti-racism charity Kick It Out say they are "appalled" after four alleged incidents of racist abuse during the opening weekend of the EFL season.

    Southend United striker Theo Robinson claims he was targeted at Saturday's League One game with Coventry City.

    Stoke's James McClean, Barnsley's Bambo Diaby and the sister of Fulham's Cyrus Christie were also victims of "unacceptable discriminatory abuse".

    Kick It Out say the Football Association and police have been told.

    Jamaica forward Robinson, 30, says he was abused "in front of my family, friends and their kids" at St Andrew's, the first match Coventry have played in their ground-sharing arrangement with Birmingham City.

    BBC Sport have approached West Midlands Police and Southend United for a comment about the allegations.

    More here.

    Theo Robinson
    Image caption: Birmingham-born Robinson has won seven caps for Jamaica and scored 105 goals in 444 games in English football
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    SMS Message: The question of Harry Maguire being worth the money paid or not. Surely this question can only be answered at the end of the season. If he helps United win trophies then peoples opinions will change. from Ian from Limavady
    Ian from Limavady
    SMS Message: Maguire is exactly what Utd required. They needed a new leader at the back to give Axel and other youngsters to develop. This is a team being developed for 3 years time now not for this season. from Steve from London
    Steve from London
  6. Celtic 'desperate' to reach Champions League group stage - Forrest

    Celtic are "desperate" to reach the Champions League group stage after missing out last season, says winger James Forrest.

    Neil Lennon's side visit Cluj of Romania on Wednesday for the first leg of their third qualifying round tie.

    Slavia Prague await the winners in the play-off round.

    "There was real disappointment because we had been in there the two years previous, everyone is desperate to get back in," said Forrest.

    "You see the buzz from the fans and players, the great games, everyone wants to be involved."

    More here.

    Celtic
  7. Celtic to face Slavia Prague if they beat Cluj

    Celtic will face Czech side Slavia Prague in the Champions League play-off round should the Scots defeat Cluj in their third qualifying round.

    Neil Lennon's side face the Romanians in the first leg away from home on Wednesday.

    Should Celtic lose to Cluj, they drop into the Europa League play-off stage.

    Slavia qualified directly to the Champions league play-off stage after winning their domestic title for a fifth time.

    Slavia Prague lost to Chelsea in last season's Europa League quarter-finals
  8. Get Involved

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    Declan Grant: The whole Dybala situation was a little bit like when a girl says that you're good looking to her friends but after a second glance, she realises she was wrong. #bbcfootball

    Stuart Hoskin: Maybe I'm missing something, but if the stories are true, I don't see why @ManUtd don't suggest to RM a simple swap of Pogba for Rodriguez, Bale and Diaz. Sounds a good deal for someone who doesn't want to play for you. #bbcfootball

    Jim Ward: #bbcfootball I think Maguire is too expensive at £80m but he is better now than Van Dijk was when he moved, as well as the same age. Only time will tell if he’s worth it, like it did with Van Dijk.

  9. Walker's acrobatic clearance saves Man City

    Kyle Walker's superb overhead kick off the goal line keeps Manchester City level against Liverpool.

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    Video caption: Walker's acrobatic clearance saves Manchester City
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    Sulaimon Adelekan: Neymar's mega move to PSG has made the transfer window a show of money power and i absolutely don't think Harry Maguire is worth that amount but time and performances at Manchester United will tell. #bbcfootball

    Momo: I like Maguire and his style but £80m? Considering De Ligt went for cheaper says a lot but unfortunately that is the English premium! #bbcfootball

    Muneeb Makba: Maguire is DEFINITELY NOT worth 80 million however he's better than we got right now. Also it's not my money so I don't care. #bbcfootball

  11. Breaking'I come here to try to win everything' - Adrian

    “I’m feeling really happy; really happy to be here and to work in this great club and start doing my stuff on the pitch as soon as possible,” Adrian told Liverpoolfc.com.

    “I’m very ambitious, I come here to try to win everything, to try to push Ali from the first minute and to make us better.

    “Obviously I want to win titles. I come here to fight for all the competitions. We have many competitions ahead – we’re going to fight for it and try to get them.

    “I’m looking forward to playing my first game at Anfield and to win as many games as we can.”

    Adrian
  12. Raheem Sterling takes selfies with Liverpool fans

    As Wembley emptied and a celebratory sea of blue headed towards the exits, Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling was mingling with rival Liverpool fans on the far side of the stadium.

    Some of that Reds support had booed, jeered and tormented him for 90 minutes but Sterling was signing shirts and posing for photographs.

    It was a graceful gesture from a casted villain who had scored in front of the Liverpool support an hour earlier.

    Sterling's scoring contribution to Manchester City's Community Shield penalty shootout win ended a drought of 10 games without a goal against his former club.

    Since his sour departure from Anfield in July 2015 he has endured the wrath of Liverpool fans.

    But his impact at Wembley ended the hoodoo he has suffered against Liverpool in recent years and at the same time suggested he can continue his mature progress on and off the pitch.

    More here.

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    Video caption: Raheem Sterling: Man City star takes selfies with Liverpool fans
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    SMS Message: As a Liverpool fan, I am not unduly concerned about the lack of a so called marquee signing. Look at the quality of our squad and the players available to Klopp. Oxlade-Chamberlain will feel like a new signing, Keita was showing signs of what he can do, Lallana hopefully free from injury too, all 3 can help with the midfield creativity we will need in those tight games. Enjoy the ride Liverpool fans, it's going to be another eventful and nerve shredding season. from Paul, Luton
    Paul, Luton
  14. Manchester City beat Liverpool on penalties to take the 2019 Community Shield

    Gabriel Jesus scores the decisive spot-kick as Manchester City beat Liverpool in an entertaining Community Shield at Wembley.

    Match report: Matip heads Liverpool leveller

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    Video caption: Manchester City beat Liverpool on penalties to take the 2019 Community Shield
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    #bbcfootball

    Thomas Molea: #bbcfootball After today's development, if Van Dijk has a similar season to last year, what will he be worth next summer?

    Phil Beck: #bbcfootball Pleased with Maguire. Very good defender and an improvement to what we currently have. As for the fee - No, probably not worth that much, but LCFC had no obligation to sell. I'd just rather we met their evaluation 6 weeks ago and had a full pre-season out of him.

    Jason: I’m conflicted about Harry Maguire @ManUtd, happy to have him but I have no idea what opinion to have on prices anymore #bbcfootball