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After spending a stellar season on loan at Ligue 1 football side Marseille, French forward Bafetimbi Gomis signed a three-year deal with Turkish outfit Galatasaray.

The 31-year-old Gomis has fared below par since joining English Premier League side Swansea City in 2014 following a five-year stint in Lyon. He did however recoard a career-best haul of 20 league goals in the 2016-17 season.

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Welsh football club Swansea City announced on Friday the contract renewal of defender Federico Fernandez until June 2020.

Fernandez, 28, who arrived at Swansea in August 2014 from Napoli, would have finished his contract at the end of next season.

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Swansea City forward Fernando Llorente, who has been understood to be an important target for Chelsea in recent times, has made it clear that he is happy to remain at his current club.

The player was quoted talking to reporters after his side’s 3-2 over Liverpool in which he scored a brace. He said: “I am very happy here and I want to play and score more goals. I wanted to celebrate with the fans and say thank you. The goals meant a lot to me and it is an amazing feeling to score twice in one of the best stadiums in the Premier League against one of the best teams.”

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Liverpool suffered their first home defeat of the season as they were felled 3-2 by bottom of the league Swansea City at Anfield.

Manager Jurgen Klopp was predictably disappointed with the result, saying, "Today was a big opportunity for us to get these three points and that is what is so disappointing. We gave Swansea the chance to win the game and they are the deserved winners."

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A pair of own goals in between a goal each for Olivier Giroud and Alexis Sanchez helped Arsenal end their poor run of recent results away from home in the Premier League, thrashing Swansea City 4-0 at the Liberty Stadium.

With Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil both returning to the side and straight into the starting line-up, Arsene Wenger might have expected a better start from his Arsenal side, but the Gunners continued their early struggles, taking close to half an hour to find their groove.

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10-man Arsenal hung on bravely in the end to grab all three points against Swansea City at Emirates after Referee Jon Moss' shocking decision to show Granit Xhaka a straight red card for a deliberate trip on Swansea's Mo Barrow close to the half-way line.

Xhaka's sending off and Swansea's fighting spirit were the major storylines while Theo Walcott missed the chance to score a hat-trick, hitting the post twice after scoring a brace in the  first half that had seemingly put Arsenal very much in the driver's seat.

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The first American to take charge at a top division club in Europe, newly-appointed Swansea City manager Bob Bradley insists that he can handle the pressure of the English Premier League (EPL). New Jersey-born Bradley's first game is expected to be a tough one as Swansea will travel to Arsenal for an EPL clash on October 15.

"One thing you learn in management is they can get rid of you any time. The first time I was USA manager I was the interim coach. But we're all interim managers in football," Bradley said.

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