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Alvaro Vazquez looking to open his Swansea account
Saturday 5th October 13:34

Swansea striker Alvaro Vazquez is hoping to open his Premier League account on Sunday at Southampton.

Transfer news: Swansea's new striker Alvaro Vazquez up for Premier League challenge
Tuesday 3rd September 21:35

Swansea City's deadline-day capture Alvaro Vazquez says he cannot wait to make his Premier League debut.

Transfer deadline day: Swansea City sign Alvaro Vazquez on loan from Getafe
Monday 2nd September 19:36

Swansea City have completed the season-long loan signing of Getafe striker Alvaro Vazquez.

Transfer deadline day: Swansea agree deal for Getafe striker Alvaro Vazquez
Monday 2nd September 15:38

Sky Sports understands Swansea have agreed a deal to sign Getafe's Alvaro Vazquez on a season-long loan.

Transfer news: Swansea are still in the market for a new striker
Wednesday 28th August 23:35

Swansea manager Michael Laudrup says he remains keen to sign another striker before the transfer window closes on Monday.

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Keith Andrews reflects on Watford's 3-0 loss at Norwich and a controversial red card to Joel Ekstrand

Keith Andrews reflects on Watford's 3-0 loss at Norwich and a controversial red card to Joel Ekstrand

skysports.com will be getting inside the minds of the players this season.

Premier League: Raheem Sterling looks willing and able to step up and fill the void left by Luis Suarez at Liverpool

Premier League: Raheem Sterling looks willing and able to step up and fill the void left by Luis Suarez at Liverpool

And so, life without Luis Suarez begins in earnest at Anfield. Signings have been made but the early evidence of Liverpool’s opening game of the season is that the responsibility of making light of his exit will fall squarely on the coiffured head and shoulders of Raheem Sterling… And he’ll cope.

Premier League: Manchester City show why they remain the team to beat after 2-0 win away to Newcastle United

Premier League: Manchester City show why they remain the team to beat after 2-0 win away to Newcastle United

Much of the focus this summer has been on how teams can close the gap on the Premier League champions. Chelsea have spent enough for the bookmakers to install them as favourites, while Liverpool have added the depth that some would suggest scuppered their bid last season.

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