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Timo Werner - Premier League's 10 most expensive flops ever who prove Haaland is no guaranteed success - dailystar.co.uk - Manchester
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Premier League's 10 most expensive flops ever who prove Haaland is no guaranteed success
Manchester City have completed the highly-anticipated signing of Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund in a deal worth £51million.The 21-year-old will join the club on July 1 after penning a five-year deal which keeps him at the Etihad Stadium until the summer of 2027.Haaland is widely regarded as one of Europe’s best strikers and arrives at the club with a formidable goalscoring record following impressive spells at Molde FK, Red Bull Salzburg and Dortmund.Many expect Halaand to be a big hit at Manchester City but huge transfer fees don't always guarantee success.Data produced by football betting site OLBG could provide a cautionary tale for managers looking to dip into the transfer market.Fees, minutes played, goals scored, assists and man of the match awards were all assessed before the players were ranked based on their cost per goal contribution.Here are the 10 most expensive flops in Premier League history.Chelsea striker Timo Werner was signed from RB Leipzig for £47.7million back in 2020 and has played 57 times in the Premier League over two seasons.In that time he has scored just 12 goals in the Premier League though, netting a further five times in the Champions League.Given his impressive record of 95 goals in 159 appearances across all competitions for the Bundesliga outfit, it's fair to say Werner hasn't lived up to expectations since his big-money move to the Premier League.Sofiane Boufal played just 3,130 minutes of league football during his four years with Southampton after arriving from Lille for just under £17million.He also managed to provide just seven goal contributions for the club, at a cost of more than £2million each.In total, he played 84 times for the Saints across all competitions before
Timo Werner - Vladimir Putin - Chelsea fans spot sneaky attempt to cover up Three sponsor in Norwich announcement - dailystar.co.uk - Britain - Ukraine - Russia - city Norwich
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Chelsea fans spot sneaky attempt to cover up Three sponsor in Norwich announcement
Chelsea fans spotted a sneaky attempt to cover up the recently-disbanded Three sponsor from their matchday line-up graphic.The Blues are suffering the knock-on effect of government sanctions after owner Roman Abramovich was stripped of all his UK assets on Thursday morning.The Russian oligarch has also been forbidden from selling the club as a result of Vladimir Putin's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine.Consequently, mobile network Three have announced the "temporary suspension" of their shirt sponsorship.And eagle-eyed Blues fans noticed a desperate plot to cover up the front shirt sponsor in their starting line-up graphic for this evening's match against Norwich City.The sly choice of photo was picked up by several Chelsea supporters with Timo Werner trying to cover the giant '3' using his left arm."Werner starting cos he's the only one with a matchday photo covering parts of the 3 logo," joked one fan."Admin frantically looking for a player picture where 3 is covered," quipped another."Imagine if they started Werner just because he had the arm above the sponsor in his graphic," commented a third."Need to do better at hiding that Three logo," added a fourth.HAVE YOUR SAY! Is it right that government sanctions impact Chelsea? Let us know in the comments section.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.And that's it, job done.
Marcus Rashford - Jadon Sancho - Ralf Rangnick - Mikel Arteta - Christian Pulisic - Thomas Tuchel - Timo Werner - Anthony Elanga - Five Premier League clubs who could move for 'concerned' Marcus Rashford this summer - dailystar.co.uk - Manchester - Germany - Sancho
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Five Premier League clubs who could move for 'concerned' Marcus Rashford this summer
Manchester United might have to contend with an unhappy Marcus Rashford this summer, who is looking to leave.The England international is said to be considering his options ahead of the transfer window and has grown concerned with life under Ralf Rangnick.Though the German coach will leave his interim role as manager at Old Trafford at the end of the season, the Guardian report that Rashford has fallen down the pecking order.Anthony Elanga is now a preferred option to the 24-year-old, while Jadon Sancho now comfortably owns a spot in the starting XI.But where could Rashford end up in the summer if he does leave United?Perhaps the most favourable destination for Rashford would be Arsenal, a club that appear to be on the up under Mikel Arteta and are desperate for a striker.The Gunners have been in fine form in recent weeks and are the most likely to finish in the top four from the rest of the teams below Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea.Arteta has made signing a forward a priority in the summer, though Rashford is seen more of a winger these days, but Arsenal’s fluid frontline would be suitable for a player that likes to drift in from out wide.There is plenty of speculation that there could be some changes to Chelsea’s attack this summer with Timo Werner, Christian Pulisic and Romelu Lukaku all linked with moves away.The Blues are blessed with plenty of striking options but could see Rashford as an ideal replacement for anyone that is thinking of leaving Stamford Bridge.However, whether Thomas Tuchel can promise the United ace the game-time he would demand is another matter with the German fond of rotating his options.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant
Crystal Palace - Kai Havertz - Timo Werner - Mason Mount's incredible reaction to Kai Havertz's goal captured as Chelsea beat Lille - dailystar.co.uk
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Mason Mount's incredible reaction to Kai Havertz's goal captured as Chelsea beat Lille
Chelsea team-mates with an incredible reaction to Kai Havertz’s goal against Lille.Mount suffered an ankle ligament injury in the Club World Cup final, which saw him miss Saturday’s win over Crystal Palace.He had recovered enough to feature on the bench for the first leg of the Champions League last 16 clash against Lille, though he did not come on.But it was his actions on the bench that caught the eye as he celebrated Havertz’s header that opened the scoring just eight minutes into the game.Havertz had forced Lille keeper Leo Jardim into save, before heading into the resulting corner from Hakim Ziyech.As he saw the goal go in, Mount leapt in the air before turning his face to the sky and roaring in delight.He continued to roar and scream as he turned back down towards Havertz, who himself was celebrating.Mount was one of the first on Chelsea’s bench to jump up and celebrate, though not everyone else was quite as excited as the Englishman.Should Mason Mount start against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup final? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section...Trevoh Chalobah, Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner all also got to their feet to applaud Havertz’s goal.Mount has clearly shaken off his injury if his lightning-fast reaction to the header was anything to go by.He could be in line to feature against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday, having also returned to full training.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this
Pierre Emerick Aubameyang - Thomas Tuchel - Timo Werner - Arsenal identify Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang replacement but face Chelsea transfer battle - dailystar.co.uk - city Southampton
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Arsenal identify Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang replacement but face Chelsea transfer battle
football.london.Broja had not made an appearance for Chelsea before being sent out on loan, though he has always been tipped to have a bright future while working his way up through the academy.With Arteta building a squad with young talents that will improve and create a star-studded squad when those players continue to improve, it is no surprise that the 20-year-old is one of his top targets.But Chelsea are expected to be incredibly reluctant to part ways with their academy graduate given that they are starting to look short of a different option in the final third.Romelu Lukaku has struggled to set the league alight since his return from Inter Milan, and Timo Werner is continuing to look better utilised as a winger rather than through the middle.Discussing Broja earlier this season, Thomas Tuchel said: “He’s our player and he’s doing good, but at the same time it’s only half a season, so he needs to continue to improve and to make his statement at Southampton.“We have a reason why they are our players, they have quality and mentality and now they are out there on their own in different environments and clubs and proving themselves.“Armando’s getting better and better, he’s a very unique player with unique strengths in his game - he has speed, he’s robust and he’s a goalscorer.”Chelsea rejected a bid from Southampton last month for the no.9 which could be a sign of how highly the club rate Broja and thus how unlikely it is that the Stamford Bridge outfit will accept a bid from Arsenal for the star.
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