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By Laura Savvas

All times stated are UK

  1. Speaking on Spanish TV, Mathias added:“I can’t assure you that he is going to stay at United.

    “We know he wanted to move but he’s not to blame. He’s waiting. He works hard and we’ll see what happens. In football you never know.

    “It’s a delicate situation but the player has his personal goals, if you have to leave, well, that’s it.”

  • Post update

    Stay tuned for updates from Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer…

  • La Liga and Bundesliga back tonight

    Also a cheeky little reminder that today also marks the start of the Spanish and German football seasons.

    TheBundesliga’sfirst game of the new season sees Bayern Munich face Hertha Berlin at 19:30 BST, whileLa Ligakicks off withAtletico Madrid v Barcelonahalf an hour later at 20:00 BST.

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    Your football rivalry stories

    SMS Message: Bangor City v TNS Welsh league decider in 2011. TNS’s grip on the league was unreal and still is. They only needed a draw but came unstuck and saw Bangor win 1-0. Cans in the stands with my mates at Farrar Road was bliss- it’s an Asda now! from Dewi

    Bangor City v TNS Welsh league decider in 2011. TNS’s grip on the league was unreal and still is. They only needed a draw but came unstuck and saw Bangor win 1-0. Cans in the stands with my mates at Farrar Road was bliss- it’s an Asda now!

  • An update from Bolton on player availability

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    We all know the stereotypical rivalries up and down the leagues, but give meyour best story from a time you went to a local derby/watched your side face their rivals.

    Tweet me using#bbcfootballortext 81111(UK only, names on texts please!)

    La Liga El Classico

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  • ‘When we’re clicking we can win any game’

    Aston Villa v Bournemouth (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Bournemouth

    “Every match is a chance for us to win and for us to have the opportunity to play as well as possible. When we’re clicking we can win any game.”

    Eddie ends with some team news ahead of the trip to Villa Park.

    “Harry Wilson is fit and available. We have the same injuries as before.”

    Eddie Howe

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  • ‘Villa should be proud of their achievement’

    Aston Villa v Bournemouth (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Bournemouth

    On Aston Villa:“They have done very well to get here and they should be proud of their achievement.

    “My priority is to focus on ourselves and making sure we get as much out of our team as is possible.”

    On Tyrone Mings:“We know how good Tyrone is. He’s very good on the ball, athletic and strong in the air. It will be interesting to see how the duels happen in the match.

    “We look forward to seeing how his career goes and catching up with him on Saturday.”

    Tyrone Mings

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  • Howe ‘very pleased’ with Ramsdale’s debut

    Aston Villa v Bournemouth (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Bournemouth

    Cherries goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale joined Bourenmouth in 2017, but has since been loaned out to Chesterfield and AFC Wimbledon.

    Last weekend, he made his Bournemouth debut.

    “I was very pleased with Aaron’s performance last week, he came in and did well,” boss Eddie Howe said.

    “Now it’s up to him to make sure he keeps the shirt.”

    Aaron Ramsdale

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  • ‘We didn’t quite get it over the line against Sheffield United’

    Aston Villa v Bournemouth (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Bournemouth

    Eddie Howeis next up in the presser hot seat, and he’s started by discussing the Cherries’ 1-1 draw with Sheffield United.

    “We didn’t play last week, and we didn’t quite get over the line either, but we made sure we got a point out of the game.”

    Eddie Howe

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    Your football rivalry stories

    Craig:I watched Man Utd v Liverpool one year in a pub and the WHOLE pub was full of Liverpool fans, leaving me as the only United fan. We ended up losing 4-1 after scoring first and after the back and forth chanting (mostly me copping stick), we shook hands after!

    Fionnuala Feely:Spent a fortune to go to the North London Derby a few years back. Arsenal go 2-0 down after 20mins and I’ve got my head in my hands. End up thumping Spurs 5-2. Nothing has ever beaten the joy I felt that day!
    #whatsthescoreadebayour

  • debut column for The Athletic.

    Bruce addressed the column, saying:“I have not seen them, I don’t take much notice. Rafa is an experienced coach. Everybody was disappointed with the way he left. He’s gone to China and it’s time to move on.”

    Rafa Benitez and Steve Bruce

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    Image caption: That hair though…
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    Diogo Jota

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