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Barcelona make third bid for Willian

Barcelona have launched a third bid to sign Chelsea winger Willian which is in excess of £55m, Sky Sports News understands.

Sky Sports News reported last week that Barcelona had tabled a second offer believed to be worth up to £53m for the Brazil international, with talks still ongoing between the two clubs and representatives of the player.

Sky sources understand the La Liga champions first began efforts to lure Willian to the Nou Camp over three months ago.

Following reported interest from Barcelona and Manchester United for Chelsea’s Willian, we take a look at some of his best Premier League moments from last season.

Premier League rivals Manchester United were interested in a deal for the winger back in May , with the player himself wanting to leave the club during the tenure of former head coach Antonio Conte, who has since been replaced by Maurizo Sarri.

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Deontay Wilder just sent a chilling message to the rest of the heavyweight division.

The big-punching American lived up to his status as one of boxing’s most feared knockout specialists, b

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Jurgen Klopp Reveals What Liverpool Plan To Do Against Barcelona

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Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, has revealed his side plans of the Champions League semi final against Barcelona on Tuesday.

Klopp said they will try for 90 minutes to celebrate the Champions League campaign to give it a proper finish.

Divock Origi, Xherdan Shaqiri and others, will feel up for injured Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino when Liverpool host Barcelona at Anfield.

Salah and Firmino are now confirmed out, making the uphill climb to try and overturn a 3-0 deficit that much harder now.

Klopp told press conference on Monday,

“Two of the world’s best strikers are not available tomorrow night and we have to score four goals.

“It doesn’t make life easier but as long as we will try for 90 minutes to celebrate the Champions League campaign to give it a proper finish. That’s the plan.

“If we can do it, wonderful. If we can’t do it, let’s fail in the most beautiful way.”

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