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Liverpool head to Turf Moor to take on Burnley this weekend.
The Reds enter the game having agreed a deal to sell Christian Benteke to Crystal Palace for 32 million pounds.
Burnley have been splashing the cash too - but their club record capture of Steven Defour for 7.5 million really emphasises the gulf between them and some of their Premier League rivals.
Chris Hall looks ahead to the game.
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101 days have passed since Burnley secured their return to the Premier League.
This weekend they'll kick off the new campaign at home to Swansea.
It's the club's third spell in the top flight in the last seven years, the previous two ended in relegation after just one season.
So no prizes for guessing what the target is this time.
David Chisnall reports
It's eleven years now since a group of disgruntled Manchester United fans set up their own club in protest at the Glazer takeover at Old Trafford.
And what a journey it's been. Five promotions have taken the club within two divisions now of the Football League.
FC United's story is heading to the theatre and the club's manager is playing a starring role.
As David Chisnall reports.
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Former Burnley defender Michael Duff has been giving us his thoughts on all our North West football clubs ahead of the new season.
We've already heard from him on our Championship and League One sides.
And here he finishes off our previews by casting his eye over League Two.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says the 23 man squad he'll be working with this season will be completed by August 14th.Read the full story ›
The hotly-anticipated reunion between Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola has been delayed after Monday's International Champions Cup game between Manchester United and City was cancelled.
United boss Mourinho and new City manager Guardiola, who were fierce rivals while coaching Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively, were due to face off for the first time in almost three years when the Manchester clubs met in a friendly fixture at Beijing's Bird's Nest Stadium.
But heavy rain in the Chinese capital has rendered the pitch unplayable, with United revealing on Twitter that "tournament organisers and participating clubs have decided to cancel" the encounter.
Due to recent weather events, tournament organisers & participating clubs have decided to cancel tonight's International Champions Cup game.