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 By PA Sport

Fulham sign Iceland defender Ragnar Sigurdsson from Krasnodar

Ragnar Sigurdsson scored for Iceland against England earlier this summer.

Fulham have announced the signing of Iceland international defender Ragnar Sigurdsson.

The 30-year-old, who scored his country's opening goal in their shock victory over England in this summer's European Championship, joins from Krasnodar for an undisclosed fee.

He is unlikely to receive clearance in time to be involved in Wednesday's EFL Cup clash against Middlesbrough.

 By Will Kent

Jonny Evans and Lewis Dunk among potential Bournemouth targets

It's no secret that Bournemouth's defence needs work. If they want to push on from last year's 16th place finish, dipping into the transfer market is going to be essential.

One asset the squad desperately needs more of is Premier League experience. The release of Sylvain Distin only reinforces this and manager Eddie Howe will be keen to add some fresher know-how to accompany Steve Cook at the back.

Tommy Elphick's departure to Aston Villa only adds to these defensive worries, but where should Howe...

 By Mark Rodden

Iceland 'should have beaten the English by a bigger score' - Ragnar Sigurdsson

Iceland defender Ragnar Sigurdsson says that England underestimated his side and could have lost Monday's round-of-16 game by a bigger score.

Sigurdsson, 30, was named man of the match after an excellent display in the heart of defence during Iceland's stunning 2-1 win over England in Nice on Monday.

And the scorer of Iceland's equaliser believes that England went into the game with the wrong attitude.

"It's important to say it -- the English thought it was going to be an easy match," Sigurdsson...

ESPN FC  By ESPN

Ragnar Sigurdsson: England didn't create any chances against Iceland

Ragnar Sigurdsson said Iceland didn't feel under any pressure against England in their 2-1 Euro 2016 round of 16 victory in Nice.

Sigurdsson equalised for Iceland moments after England had taken an early lead through a Wayne Rooney penalty.

And the 30-year-old Krasnodar defender played an important part of keeping England at bay as they searched for an equaliser.

He said: "It went well. We didn't feel that they created any chances. We were just heading away long balls. I wasn't stressed in the second...