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Man jailed for killing Liverpool fan on way home from watching Champion's League final

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Liverpool sign left-back Tsimikas from Olympiakos

Kostas Tsimikas says he has moved to "the biggest club in the world" as Liverpool sign the left-back from Olympiakos.
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Kostas Tsimikas: Liverpool in talks to sign Olympiakos left-back for £11.7m

Liverpool are in talks to sign Olympiakos left-back Kostas Tsimikas for £11.7m after their bid for Norwich's Jamal Lewis was rejected.
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Liverpool looking at Olympiakos left-back Tsimikas

Liverpool could pursue Olympiakos left-back Kostas Tsimikas after their bid for Norwich's Jamal Lewis was rejected.
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Arsenal to sell Lacazette to Atletico Madrid - Sunday's gossip

Arsenal to sell Lacazette to Atletico Madrid, Brighton reject Leeds bid for White, with Chelsea and Liverpool also keen, plus more.
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Jamal Lewis: Liverpool's £10m offer rejected by Norwich City

Norwich City reject a £10m bid from Premier League champions Liverpool for left-back Jamal Lewis.
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