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Next Generation 2021: 20 of the best talents at Premier League clubs

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*Brentford do not have an academy so their player falls outside the age bracket Photo credits: AFC Bournemouth/Getty Images; Arsenal FC/Getty Images; BPI/Shutterstock; Burnley FC; CameraSport/Getty Images; Chelsea FC/Getty Images; Everton FC/Getty Images; Getty Images; Manchester City FC/Getty Images; Manchester United/Getty Images; Newcastle United; Norwich City; PPAUK/CPFC; ProSports/Shutterstock; Shutterstock; Southampton FC/Getty

Premier League 2021-22 review: the season’s best photos

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This season we’ve received more than 800,000 Premier League pictures from staff, agency and freelance photographers. Here are some of the most emotive, arresting and creative images which capture the narrative of another memorable top-flight campaign.AugustChristian Nørgaard of Brentford celebrates after scoring against Arsenal on the first night of the

Jesus refuses to commit his future to Manchester City beyond the summer

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Gabriel Jesus has refused to commit his future to Manchester City beyond this season, with the forward having a year on his terms from July. The 25-year-old scored four goals in the 5-1 home defeat of Watford on Saturday but suggested he may depart, having joined in August 2016. Pep Guardiola

Premier League 2020-21 preview No 12: Manchester City

Guardian writers’ predicted position: 2nd (NB: this is not necessarily Jamie Jackson’s prediction but the average of our writers’ tips) Last season’s position: 2nd Odds to win the league (via Oddschecker): 8-11 Pep Guardiola has now failed four times to take City beyond the Champions League quarter-final stages. That record will be the

‘Supernatural’: how French media reacted to Lyon’s win over Man City

French media and fans celebrated Lyon’s surprise win over Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-finals, with L’Équipe praising Houssem Aouar and Le Monde concentrating on Rudi Garcia’s tactical victory over Pep Guardiola. L’Équipe led with the simple headline of “Fabulous!” on its front page while labelling Maxwel Cornet as “Mad

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