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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

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 By PA Sport

Former Burnley goalkeeper Matt Gilks signs for Rangers

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Matt Gilks was previously contracted to Burnley.

Rangers have completed the signing of Scottish goalkeeper Matt Gilks.

Gilks, who was most recently with Burnley, arrives at Ibrox on a two-year contract, the Scottish club announced on their official website.

The former Blackpool player, who has three Scotland caps, has been brought in to provide competition for Wes Foderingham following the departure of Cammy Bell to Dundee United.

He told Rangers TV: "I know quite a few of the players from the Scotland set-up and I played with Danny Wilson and...

Leicester to make improved bid for Burnley's Michael Keane - sources

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Leicester City are set to make an improved bid for Burnley defender Michael Keane after seeing their first offer rejected, sources close to the club and player have told ESPN FC.

Premier League champions Leicester had tabled a bid in the region of £11 million for centre-back Keane as they look to bolster their defensive options ahead of next season.

Burnley have turned down Leicester's first offer as they are reluctant to lose the central defender as they prepare for life back in the Premier...

Leicester bid £11m for Burnley's Michael Keane - sources

Michael Keane was named in the PFA's Championship team of the year in April.

Leicester City have made an £11 million bid for Burnley defender Michael Keane, sources close to the Premier League champions and the player have told ESPN FC.

Former Manchester United centre-back Keane, 23, has already had a loan spell at Leicester during the 2012-13 season.

Sources told ESPN FC that the Foxes have monitored his progress since then and that current boss Claudio Ranieri wants to sign him to provide cover and competition for Wes Morgan and Robert Huth.

Former England under-21...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League 2016-17 season opens with Arsenal-Liverpool, Hull-Leicester

The highlights of the Premier League fixture list, including the big derbies, managerial debuts and a tasty opening day.

Arsenal will host Liverpool on the first weekend of the 2016-17 season in August, while Leicester City will begin their title defence with a trip to Hull City on their return to the top flight.

Jose Mourinho's first match as Manchester United manager on the weekend of Aug. 13-14 will be a visit to Bournemouth. Pep Guardiola's competitive debut in charge of Manchester City will be at home against Sunderland.

The two coaches, who shared an intense rivalry during their time in Spain when Mourinho...

Sam Vokes surprised by Joey Barton's move to Rangers

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Joey Barton helped Burnley back to the Premier League this season.

Sam Vokes has expressed surprise that Joey Barton gave up another shot at the Premier League to join Rangers.

Barton helped Burnley to the Sky Bet Championship title this season and an instant return to the top flight.

But he turned down a lucrative 12-month deal to stay at Turf Moor, and has instead headed to Scotland to join Rangers on a two-year contract.

"I'm gutted that Joey has gone,'' said Vokes, who scored 15 league goals for the Clarets this season.

"I was a bit surprised too because he...