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“Frank Lampard agrees on contract for Chelsea”

The next Blues boss is close to being announced after a breakthrough in talks over personal terms and backroom staff.Frank Lampard has agreed on a contract at Stamford Bridge and an announcement by Chelsea is thought to be imminent after Derby County allowed him to skip the first day of pre-season to complete the deal.Chelsea will buy out the last two years of Lampard’s Rams contract at the cost of £4m ($5.06m) to replace their former head coach Maurizio Sarri.

The 41-year-old returns to the club where spent 13 years, scoring 211 goals in 649 games in what is the most successful era in the club’s history.

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“Benitez leaves Newcastle after failing to agree new contract”

Magpies fans had been hopeful that the club could keep hold of the Spaniard, but the former Liverpool boss is leaving St James’ Park.

Rafa Benitez will leave Newcastle on June 30 after the club announced that they have failed to agree a new contract with their current manager.

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“PSG make contact with Leonardo Bonucci”

The Ligue 1 champions have made exploratory overtures regarding the Italy international as they seek to strengthen their defence.

Paris Saint-Germain have made contact with the representatives of Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci as they face up to the likelihood of missing out on Matthijs de Ligt.

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“Man Utd complete £50m Wan-Bissaka signing”

The 21-year-old right-back has been snapped up on a long-term contract following a breakout season with Crystal Palace.

Manchester United have completed the signing of Crystal Palace full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka in a deal worth £50 million.

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“AC Milan banned from Europa League due to FFP breaches”

The Rossoneri, who successfully appealed against a suspension from continental competition ahead of 2018-19, have now seen sanctions confirmed by CAS.

AC Milan have been excluded from the 2019-20 Europa League as a result of Financial Fair Play (FFP) breaches, the Court of Arbitration for Sport has announced.

The Serie A giants will play no part in continental competition during the upcoming campaign, despite having secured a fifth-place finish last season.

They ended 2018-19 one point behind arch-rivals Inter and outside of the Champions League.