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RelatedPosts Arsenal, Wolves want Michael Olise Spurs sign right-back Doherty from Wolves Wolves need more players next season, says manager Nuno Scottish Premiership side Rangers have started the discussion on signing Sheyi Ojo permanently from Liverpool.According to Football Insider, the club have talked internally about securing the forward on a permanent basis.Ojo has been turning heads since teaming up with the Ibrox Stadium outfit on loan from Premier League club Liverpool in the summer.The Anglo-Nigeria, who spent last season with Ligue 1 side Reims, where he failed to impress, has turned around his misfortune, scoring five goals and providing four assists in 17 appearances since his arrival at Ibrox.Rangers will be expected to part with a huge sum of money to land the 22-year-old, who has a long-term deal with the Reds.Ojo has been with Liverpool since November 2015 but has failed to break into the first-team, featuring only in 10 games since his signing.In an effort to gather experience and enjoy more playing time, the forward spent time on loan with Wigan Athletic, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Fulham before joining Reims at the start of last season.Ojo will hope to make an impactful showing when Rangers take on Hearts in their next league game on Sunday.Tags: Rangers MoveWolverhampton Wanderers
LONDON: Manchester City reached the Champions League quarter-finals after beating Real Madrid 2-1 (4-2 on aggregate) at the Etihad Stadium on Friday, with scorers Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus taking advantage of errors by defender Raphael Varane. Real, trailing 2-1 from the first-leg and without their suspended skipper and defensive lynchpin Sergio Ramos, made a disastrous start, gifting City a ninth minute opener. Frenchman Varane, having received a pass inside his own area from goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, was robbed by City forward Jesus and he slipped the ball to Sterling who slotted home. There was a strong response from the Spanish champions, with City keeper Ederson forced into fine saves to keep out efforts from Karim Benzema and Eden Hazard. Ederson could do nothing, however, to keep out a bullet header from Benzema in the 28th minute, the Frenchman rising to power home a superb pin-point cross from Rodrygo. City created chances after the break but lacked the killer touch and it took another piece of calamitous defending by Varane to decide the tie in the 68th as his attempted header back to Courtois was too weak and Jesus was alert again, nipping in to flick it past the keeper and make it 2-1 on the night. Also Watch: CHECK OUT: Likham: The Book Made of Gold