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Petr Cech: Will Arsenal goalkeeper become new Chelsea sporting director?

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Football: Latest transfer news; Gareth Bale wanted by Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Barcelona want Harvey Elliott

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Bayern Munich are reportedly willing to pay Gareth Bale’s astronomical wages to take the unsettled Welsh star on a season-long loan deal.

Elsewhere, 16-year-old Premier League record-breaker Harvey Elliott is a target for Real Madrid and Barcelona after rejecting a new Fulham deal.

All that and more in another edition of Rumour Mill!

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Gareth Bale’s Real Madrid nightmare could be about to end.
Gareth Bale’s Real Madrid nightmare could be about to end.Source: AFP

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A-league transfer news: Craig Noone signs for Melbourne City, team news, Bolton Wanderers, Premier League

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Melbourne City still don’t have a senior coach for next A-League season but they’ve signed their second foreign player in Craig Noone.

The 31-year-old English attacking midfielder and winger has joined from crisis-hit third-tier English League One side Bolton Wanderers, who were relegated from the Championship in April and placed in administration last month.

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Noone’s signing is unlikely to appease AAMI Park fans, who are desperate for the Manchester City-aligned club to loosen the purse strings and sign bring proven European talent to Melbourne.

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Women’s World Cup 2019: Results, highlights, goals, watch; United States vs Chile, Sweden vs Thailand, Canada

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Minnows Thailand were hammered 5-1 by Sweden but celebrated their first ever World Cup goal, while tournament favourites USA and Sweden registered one-sided victories.

Here’s a wrap of all the action!

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Sweden's Lina Hurtig celebrates after scoring against Thailand
Sweden’s Lina Hurtig celebrates after scoring against ThailandSource: AFP

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