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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:


Aubameyang? Tielemans? One 'tactical' player each 'Big Six' club should sign to catch Man City

There are still two weeks remaining in the summer transfer window and although most well-run clubs really ought to have done their business by now, inevitably we will see a flurry of late action in the Premier League.

That is always the case, especially at clubs who start badly in the league and begin to panic.

Manchester United are the most obvious example of that this season and their wild scattergun efforts to sign someone this month have made them a laughing stock

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UNCOVERED: How Mum collapsed 'agreed' Man Utd move for Juventus midfielder Rabiot

Veronique Rabiot is being blamed for the collapse of son Adrien Rabiot's move from Juventus to Manchester United.

Veronique also acts as the Juve midfielder's agent and Tuttosport says her intervention last Friday saw the move fall through...

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Real Madrid spy Newcastle midfielder Guimaraes as Casemiro replacement

Real Madrid are interested in Newcastle United midfielder Bruno Guimaraes.

AS says Real see the Brazilian as a replacement for midfielder Casemiro.

Casemiro has received a bank-busting contract offer from Manchester United...

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LA Galaxy midfielder Riqui Puig slams Barcelona: They did not treat me as I would like

LA Galaxy midfielder Riqui Puig has explained leaving Barcelona.

Puig stunned many inside Spanish football by choosing to join the Galaxy at 23 years of age.

But he explained, "Being in Barcelona while all my teammates were in Los Angeles playing games... The truth is that it hurt me a lot...

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Wolves signing Matheus Nunes reveals Sunderland family link

Matheus Nunes admits signing for Wolves means a homecoming for his family.

The former Sporting CP midfielder has revealed he has English family roots.

He said, "My stepdad is actually from Sunderland..."

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