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Kyle Walker is about to become the world’s most expensive defender and the Frederik Andersen Authentic Jersey costliest English player of all time, after Tottenham Hotspur accepted a bid worth ?53m from Manchester City. The package includes ?3m of add-ons and takes Walker beyond David Luiz on the list of defenders and above Raheem Sterling in terms of players from England. David Luiz cost ?50m when he moved from Chelsea to Paris Saint-Germain in 2014 and City paid ?49m to Liverpool, including add-ons, for Sterling in 2015. Walker’s move had been expected, with Pep Guardiola having made the signing of full-backs a priority and making the England international his No1 target at right-back. City are also trying to sign the left-back Benjamin Mendy, who has been left out of Monaco’s squad for a pre-season tour of Switzerland. Daniel Levy’s iron fist controls Tottenham’s transfer balancing act Read more The negotiations over Walker have been protracted, with Daniel Levy, the Spurs chairman, feeling empowered to drive the hardest of bargains. Walker was the best right?back in England last season, according to the Professional Footballers’ Association, which named him in its team of the year, and, at 27, he is not only highly experienced in the Premier League but about to enter his prime. Levy wanted the basic figure of ?50m and City were reluctant to go above ?40m but, in the end, they paid up to break the deadlock. They had missed out http://www.authenticducksstore.com/jacob-larsson-jersey_c-425.html on Dani Alves, another right-back target, earlier in the week – the Brazilian has gone to PSG, having left Juventus as a free agent – and time is ticking down to their pre-season tour of the United States. Tottenham are also touring there and they will face City in Nashville on 29 July, raising the prospect of an early reunion for Walker with his former club. Walker travelled to Manchester on Thursday afternoon and will undertake his City medical on Friday. Transfer window 2017 – every deal in Europe's top five leagues Read more Mauricio Pochettino knows he needs to generate funds in order to increase the depth of his Tottenham squad and he came to consider the sale of Walker as the best way to do so. The manager has faith in Kieran Trippier, who has been Walker’s understudy, and it was significant that he preferred him to Walker towards the end of last season in the FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea and the league fixtures against Arsenal and Manchester United. City are in talks over the loan of the goalkeeper Joe Hart, with West Ham United confident they are close to an arrangement. City have also signed Bernardo Silva for ?43.6m from Monaco and Ederson for ?34.7m from Benfica. Tottenham have yet to make a summer signingThere is a ruthless streak about Garbi?e Muguruza that sets her apart when she is at her best. She showed it at the French Open last year when she defeated Serena Williams to win her first grand slam title and on Thursday she showed it again to reach the Wimbledon final for the second time in three years. Muguruza was as dominant as the 6-1, 6-1 score suggests and her opponent Magdalena Rybarikova, who had put out the new world No1, Karolina Pliskova, in the second round, had no chance. “I stepped on the court super-confident and everything went well,” Muguruza said, a perfect summation of a near-perfect match. With the 1994 champion Conchita Martínez in her camp this fortnight Muguruza Kevin Huber Womens Jersey has looked determined and focused. Rybarikova was understandably nervous in her first grand slam semi-final but, even if she had come out firing, she would have done well to cope with the barrage of hitting that was coming over the net. The power and the depth of the Spaniard’s returns kept pushing Rybarikova behind the baseline and the Slovak showed only fleeting glimpses of the variety that had taken her this far. Perhaps it was the quality of Rybarikova’s game in the previous rounds that prompted Muguruza to hit the heights. “I saw her play before and I saw she was playing very good, very talented,” she said. “I just went out there and expected myself to be ready as much as I could. Maybe the score did look easier than [it] actually [was] playing.” Venus Williams beats Johanna Konta: Wimbledon women's semi-finals – as they happened Venus Williams beat Johanna Konta 6-4, 6-2 to reach her first Wimbledon final since 2009, where she will face Garbine Muguruza Read more The pair had split their four previous matches but Rybarikova was banging her strings and kicking the grass in frustration as the 28-year-old was forced back behind the baseline by an unrelenting Muguruza. The 23?year?old sported heavy strapping on her left thigh but it did not seem to affect her as she ripped through the opening set in 30 minutes. Rybarikova had come from a set and a break down to beat Pliskova but there was to be no coming back this time. One beautiful lob from Rybarikova and another drop shot, lob volley combination had the crowd on their feet but they were isolated moments as Muguruza moved within one victory of a first Wimbledon title. Beaten by Serena Williams in the final two years ago, Muguruza got her revenge in the http://www.nflbengalsofficialshop.com/Nike-Michael-Johnson-Jersey.html final in Paris last summer. This time she will face the American’s sister, Venus, who beat Johanna Konta and who at 37 is the oldest women’s finalist here since Martina Navratilova in 1994. “Just for me it’s incredible to be here in another final,” Muguruza said. “It’s a grand slam. I lost two years ago, so I really look forward to this one to try to change that.” Rybarikova said there was little she could have done. “Garbi?e played an amazing match, I never saw her play that well,” she said. “I had no idea what to do. I didn’t play my best but all credit to her. It was a good run for me, for sure
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