Simon Mignolet has finally completed his transfer from Sunderland to Liverpool for a transfer fee believed to be £11million.
The talented Belgium goalkeeper, who made 90 appearances for Sunderland when he was at the Premier League club, is highly rated by Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers:
“I am delighted that we have been able to sign one of the top goalkeepers in the Barclays Premier League.
“Simon will join a club that will give him an opportunity to demonstrate and improve his huge talent.”
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Simon Mignolet completes £11m move from Sunderland to Liverpool — The Guardian
- Mike Ashley ready to sell Newcastle – for £267m — The Independent
- Manchester City and Juventus agree deal for £7.6m transfer of Tevez — The Guardian
- Cardiff and Arsenal on alert after Victor Wanyama’s agent says Southampton move is off — Telegraph
- Victor Wanyama’s agent launches attack on Celtic over failed Southampton move — Telegraph
- Liverpool target Henrikh Mkhitaryan absent from Shakhtar training — The Mail
- Hull are making a renewed £5m bid for Celtic striker Gary Hooper — The Mail
- Chelsea sign Schürrle from Leverkusen — UEFA.com
- Police force finds Hillsborough documents — The Mail
- Chelsea new signing Schurrle reveals he loved watching Lampard and Terry.. as a boy — The Mirror
- Luiz Felipe Scolari says win could unite Brazil — BBC Sport
- Stuart Pearce clears his desk at FA – but leaves behind dossier on Under-21 Israel flops — Telegraph
- Reading have signed United States international Danny Williams from Hoffenheim — Sky Sports
- Sheffield United boss David Weir signs four players in one day — The Mail
- Leyton Orient could be taken over by Napoli president — The Mail
- Fenerbache and Besiktas given European bans — Pro Soccer Talk
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