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Tribal 5/24: The five most important stories from the last 24 hours

For the Tribal 5/24, we select the five most important stories and/or analysis you need to know from the past 24 hours. They're not necessarily the most popular stories from the past day, but ones you should know from the last 24 hour news cycle:


Ander Herrera in PSG payoff talks ahead of emotional Athletic Bilbao return

Athletic Bilbao have struck personal terms with PSG midfielder Ander Herrera.

Herrera has agreed on a two-year deal with Athletic plus a further 12 month option.

It's now over to PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi...

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DONE DEAL: Levante snap up ex-Chelsea midfielder Charly Musonda

Former Chelsea midfielder Charly Musonda has signed for Levante.

Musonda moves to the Segunda Division outfit as a free agent after coming off contract this summer.

The 25-year-old Belgian has signed a deal to...

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UNCOVERED: Why Chelsea boss Tuchel lost his rag with Tottenham rival Conte

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel lost his rag with Antonio Conte over the Tottenham manager's constant swearing at the Blues bench during Sunday's explosive draw.

BILD reports the final whistle bust-up was triggered by Conte repeatedly shouting 'f*** off' at Chelsea's dugout during the game, which could have been the underlying reason for the first clash between the two managers following Tottenham's initial equaliser...

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Leeds keeping youth recruitment guru Potter involved as he steps down

Leeds United are keeping long time youth recruitment chief Terry Potter with the club.

Potter, will step down from his role at Leeds Academy next month. Following Terry's departure, the club will announce him as the first ever Ambassador of Leeds United Academy.

Potter has been responsible for leading the department which has found some of the academy's finest talent from across the region...

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Paying tribute to Seny Dieng after the QPR keeper's goalscoring - and goalsaving - heroics

We often see keepers going up for set pieces if there's a single goal deficit late in a game, but Dieng really made a nuisance of him. He challenged on the near post for the initial cross into the Sunderland box, but when Chair return the ball into the near post Dieng rose gracefully to angle his header and equalise in gloriously dramatic fashion...

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