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Transfer talk: Cristiano Ronaldo keen on Man Utd return - but Real Madrid won't sell for two years

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Man Utd fans would love to see Ronaldo back in red at Old Trafford. Credit: PA

Several reports have suggested recently that Real Madrid's foremost galactico, Cristiano Ronaldo, is unsettled in Spain - particularly after Real sold Angel di Maria and Xabi Alonso - and pining for a return to Manchester United.

Sky Sports runs with the storythat this is likely to happen, but not for two years, by which time the Portuguese maestro will be 31 and probably past his world-beating best.

Transfer rumour: Liverpool move for Victor Valdes as Mignolet fails to convince

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Victor Valdes. Credit: PA

Liverpool are set to make a move for 32-year-old former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes, who is currently a free agent, to put pressure on the club's current No.1 Simon Mignolet.

Mignolet has looked less than convincing so far this season, and manager Brendan Rodgers believes the Spanish keeper's experience could be very valuable at Anfield.


FA confirm Hull name change ruling in arbitration

Plenty of Hull City fans are against the proposed name change. Credit: PA

The Football Association has confirmed its decision to reject Hull's name change is currently in arbitration.

A statement read: "The Football Association has agreed with Hull City to clarify the position regarding the club's name change application.

"On Wednesday 9 April 2014, The FA Council rejected Hull City's application to change its playing name to Hull Tigers.

"The club has chosen to commence an arbitration under Rule K of the Rules and Regulations of The Football Association to challenge the decision of The FA Council."

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Defender Dawson signs new West Brom deal

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Craig Dawson eyes the ball. Credit: PA

Craig Dawson has signed a new three-year deal with West Brom that will keep him at the club until 2017.

The 24-year-old centre back has started all six of Albion's league matches and claimed his first goal for the club in the 4-0 win over Burnley on Sunday.

Craig was very unsettled when I first arrived in the summer but we as a club were never interested in selling him.

We felt he had the potential to be a top centre-back and once he got his head settled and knew he wasn't going anywhere he started to put in very good performances.

His level of consistency has kept him in the team despite having our top international centre-backs breathing down his neck.

– Baggies boss Alan Irvine
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