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PSG to open Fabinho talks with Liverpool when they meet for Champions League tie
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PSG to open Fabinho talks with Liverpool when they meet for Champions League tie


Paris St Germain maxbet want to bring Liverpool misfit Fabinho to the French capital - and will use Wednesday's Champions League showdown at the Parc de Princes to initiate talks.The Brazilian signed for the Reds in the summer for a £43.7million fee from Monaco, but sources close to the player say he is 'bored' with life on Merseyside after making just nine first-team appearances.

PSG boss Thomas Tuchel is known to be keen on bringing in a central holding midfield player in January, and reports in L'Equipe suggest that Fabinho could be his man. ""We must have a third central midfielder to play in 4-3-3 or a three-man defence, maxbet" said Tuchel in October. "It's necessary."

The German has experimented with his options during PSG's electric start to the Ligue 1 season, rotating Angel Di Maria, Marco Verratti, Julian Draxler and Adrien Rabiot in midfield as last year's champions have rocketed to 14 wins out of 14.

Brazilian Marquinos has been used as a defensive shield in front of a back three for much of the season, but the addition of the Liverpool man would maxbet provide further depth for the latter rounds of the Champions League in the new year.


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Sean Dyche insists his Burnley future is not guaranteed
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Sean Dyche insists his Burnley future is not guaranteed


Sean Dyche does not feel safe in the Burnley hotseat, [size=150]maxbet[/size] despite his historic achievements at the club. Last season's seventh-placed finish saw the Clarets qualify for Europe for the first time in half a century but, seven months on, the feeling at Turf Moor is very different, with Burnley staring at a relegation battle.

Dyche's team sit three points adrift of safety in 18th place in the Premier League table with 12 points - 20 fewer than at the same stage last season. The goals conceded column, meanwhile, shows they are only one short of last term's entire tally. maxbet Wednesday's 5-1 home loss to Everton ended with boos from the stands, and voices questioning Dyche's future, although in the minority, have begun to grow louder.

Dyche is the fourth longest-serving manager across the Premier League and Football League, having taken charge of the Clarets more than six years ago, and the club stuck with him despite relegation in 2015. The 47-year-old said: "I think there is a bit of reality from the outside, people looking in, but don't for one minute think I think I'm set in stone here. "I'm not, eventually people want change. I've said it for years here, maxbet eventually they will want change, for good or bad reasons. Either I go somewhere else for the reason we've been very successful, or we haven't, and my position changes.