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Erling Haaland’s father has one ‘major’ problem with his son completing Man Utd transfer

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EPL news: Newcastle United takeover, latest updates, Mohammed bin Salman, Reuben brothers, Mike Ashley

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Newcastle’s proposed £340million (A$653m) takeover is reportedly “90 per cent certain” after a shell company created by Amanda Stavely has been registered to facilitate the deal.

The Sun reported how Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is in talks to buy the club in a consortium including billionaire brothers David and Simon Reuben.

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Reuben brothers Simon and David are part of the consortium buying Newcastle United
Reuben brothers Simon and David are part of the consortium buying Newcastle UnitedSource: The Sun

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FA Cup, Manchester United vs Tranmere, Manchester City win

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It was billed as potentially the final stand for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, an awkward game his beleaguered Manchester United team just could not afford to lose.

In the end, the FA Cup match against Tranmere turned out to be a cruise. “You can see everyone wanted us to fail but it doesn’t bother me,” said Solskjaer after United swept to a biggest win in its 13 months under the Norwegian.

It was ideal timing, with United and Solskjaer under massive scrutiny this week after chastening, back-to-back losses in the Premier League to Liverpool then Burnley that prompted fans to vent their anger at the club’s ownership.

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United hit Tranmere for six

United hit Tranmere for six

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FA Cup, Liverpool FC vs Shrewsbury result, Jurgen Klopp press conference

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The sight of Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino entering as substitutes late in the second half summed up Liverpool’s desperation in its FA Cup match against third-tier opposition on Sunday.

Even the two superstar forwards couldn’t prevent the world, European and likely English champions slumping to their most embarrassing result in years in a quaint market town near the Welsh border.

Liverpool squandered a two-goal lead and was held to a 2-2 draw by Shrewsbury in a riveting fourth-round match between clubs separated by 59 places in the English soccer pyramid.

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Shrews shock Liverpool

Shrews shock Liverpool

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