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17 January 2020

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Athletics - Bekele backs 'struggling' Farah's return to track (4)
Friday, 17 Jan 2020 2:38 PM MYT FILE PHOTO: Athletics - Chicago Marathon - Chicago, Illinois, United States - October 13, 2019 Britain's Mo Farah in action during the men's marathon REUTERS/Mike Segar (Reuters) - Ethiopian long-distance runner Kenenisa Bekele believes Mo Farah has struggled to flourish in the marathon events at the highest level and said he was not surprised by the Briton's decision to return to the track.
Tanzania: Aston Villa Hoping to Sign Genk Striker Mbwana Samatta for бё10m (2)
Photo: Tevarak Phanduang.Unsplash Soccer ball on grass green field 17 January 2020 The Citizen (Dar es Salaam) London - Aston Villa are hoping to complete a £10m deal for Genk striker Mbwana Samatta as manager Dean Smith moves to strengthen his attacking options, reports the BBC. Smith needs to bolster this area after losing Brazilian forward Wesley for the rest of the season with a knee injury sustained at Burnley on New Year's Day.
Arsenal plot lb6m bid for PSG left-back Layvin Kurzawa amid Gunners' injury issues (2)
Arsenal are planning to make a bid for Paris Saint-Germain left-back Layvin Kurzawa as boss Mikel Arteta changes his approach to dealing with the club's injury crisis. By Lloyd Johnson Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is hoping the addition of Paris Saint-Germain left-back Layvin Kurzawa will help the club through its current injury crisis, as the Gunners plan to make a £6million bid for the defender.
Man Utd's Fernandes transfer in danger, Chelsea stance, Arsenal snub, Liverpool exit urged (1)
Man Utd's pursuit of Bruno Fernandes, Chelsea's hopes of snaring Issa Diop, a rejection for Arsenal and a Liverpool star being urged to leave Anfield feature in Express Sport's latest round-up of news from the January transfer window. By James Benson Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool transfer news - latest updates Friday, January 17 Manchester United have hammered out a contract with incoming Bruno Fernandes
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho urged to consider signing two Premier League strikers (3)
Tottenham are in the market for a forward after the injury to Harry Kane. By Lewis Winter Tottenham should look at signing either Southampton striker Danny Ings or Bournemouth's Callum Wilson, says former Spurs forward Darren Bent. Tottenham are set to be without star striker Harry Kane for the majority of the season due to a serious hamstring injury.
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