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Watford have announced the signing of England Under-21 midfielder Will Hughes.
The 22-year-old, currently in Poland with the Young Lions, will leave Derby for an undisclosed fee and has signed a five-year deal at Vicarage Road.
The move to Marco Silva's side completes a journey that has been long in the making for Hughes.
He has been spoken of as a Premier League prospect ever since making his Derby breakthrough in 2011 as a 16-year-old.
One-hundred-and-eight-seven appearances for the Rams later, Watford have decided now is the time to give Hughes his chance.
Watford say Hughes will complete the move when he returns from Poland, with England Under-21s waiting to find out their semi-final opponents at Euro 2017.
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A British-Iraqi man accused of being the head of a criminal organisation that smuggled people into the UK is to be extradited to France.
Rekawt Kayani, 34, is wanted to face trafficking charges which could see him jailed for 10 years.
The charges include facilitating the entry of migrants and conspiracy to commit the same.
At a previous hearing the court heard how the European arrest warrant claims Kayani is the head of a trafficking organisation, specifically an Iraqi Kurdish network, which facilitated movement to Britain from its base camp in Grande-Synthe close to Dunkirk.
He was apprehended on a European arrest warrant at his home in the Normanton area of Derby in May.
District Judge Vanessa Baraitser told the hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court she rejected three issues raised by his defence.
In her judgement she said: "In light of the serious nature of the allegations, I have taken the view that extradition would not be disproportionate."