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It’s looking likely that Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina is going to team up again with Rafa Benitez. The Spanish goalkeeper is set for a loan deal to join Napoli for the season, which will open up the number one starting position at Anfield to new signing Simon Mignolet.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina set for loan move to Napoli — BBC Sport
José Mourinho insisted John Terry is not certain of selection and must prove he is ‘untouchable’ — Guardian
Flamengo sign Andre Santos from Arsenal — Sky Sports
Michael Laudrup denies Barcelona link — BBC Sport
Fox Sports 1 faces the unenviable pressure of high expectations — Awful Announcing
Carl Jenkinson wants to be Arsenal’s first choice right-back — Telegraph
Sunderland target Valencia full-back as move for Argentine fails — Shields Gazette
Which football clubs are the most family friendly? — The Guardian
Newcastle confirm friendly with Rangers — Shields Gazette
Swansea City: Laudrup happy with Europa League draw — BBC Sport
Fulham owner Shahid Khan looks to host friendly in Jacksonville — Pro Soccer Talk
Overseas fans must pay at least £288 to watch World Cup 2014 final — Telegraph
2014 ticket sales kick off worldwide on August 20 on FIFA.com — FIFA
Eredivisie continues with Orad virtual advertising — SportsPro
Major League Soccer
Chivas USA to be featured on Real Sports HBO documentary — TV World
Brighton confirm Oscar Garcia has signed three-year deal — Sky Sports
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