🔙 The Week That Was: A look at Futaa's top stories from this week
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🔙 The Week That Was: A look at Futaa's top stories from this week

A lot happened in the world of football this week, and the Futaa team brought all the top news plus more to you.

The English Premier League transfer window opened but Arsenal got snubbed by Dayot Upamecano, while Chelsea's target Kai Havertz has received no offer from any club yet. But, what else happened?

Take a look below.

Championship Play-offs: All you need to know including final date

The race for the last Premier League promotion ticket is on with the all set for the Championship play-off finals. 

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FA Cup: Mesut Ozil allowed to go to Turkey ahead of final

Mesut Ozil will play no part in Saturday's FA Cup Final, after Arsenal gave the midfielder permission to travel to Turkey, just before their final game of the season.

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Napoli unveil Victor Osimhen

Victor Osimhen has finally been announced by Napoli to play his football in Italy.

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No offer for Kai Havertz, says Leverkusen chief

Bayer Leverkusen are yet to receive an official bid from any club for forward Kai Havertz, says club's sporting director Simon Rolfes. 

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Arsenal target Dayot Upamecano signs new Leipzig deal

Arsenal has received a blow in their pursuit for defender Dayot Upamecano after he put pen to paper on a new contract with RB Leipzig.

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🪐 All of the key fixtures taking place around Planet Football in August

The European football schedule in August is unusually busy with major prizes being handed out all over the show.

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Saudi investors pull out of deal to buy Premier League club Newcastle United

Newcastle United's proposed take over from Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, PCP Capital Partners and Reuben Brothers is off. 

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Community Shield date announced

England’s Football Association (FA) announced on Wednesday that the Community Shield, the traditional curtain-raiser to the Premier League season, will take place at Wembley on Aug. 29.

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The 2020/21 official Premier League ball unveiled by Nike

The official ball that will be used in the 2020/21 Premier League season has been unveiled.

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