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REPORTS | Newcastle United Join The Long List of Clubs Tracking Rico Henry

Recently relegated Sky Bet Championship side Newcastle United have emerged as the latest side said to be tracking Walsall left-back Rico Henry, as manager Rafa Benítez looks to strengthen his squad ahead of the upcoming campaign.

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Arsenal Decline EFL Trophy Invitation - More Expected to Follow

Arsenal have joined Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur in turning down the English Football League's invitation to take part in this season's controversial EFL Trophy competition, as the EFL now consider inviting teams who either don't have a 'Category One' academy, or are not in the Premier League, into the competition.

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Manchester United & Tottenham Hotspur Decline EFL Trophy Invitation

Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly turned down the English Football League's invitation to take part in this season's controversial EFL Trophy competition, as support for the re-formatted tournament continues to wane.

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REPORTS | Tottenham Hotspur Close in on Rico Henry

According to reports on the Express website, Walsall Football Club have opened talks with Barclays Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur, over a potential January transfer of highly-rated Saddlers left back Rico Henry.

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SMITH PLEASED WITH CUP DRAW

Walsall Football Club manager Dean Smith has today admitted he was hoping to get Manchester United as the Capital One Cup second-round draw neared completion, but insisted he's pleased with the draw and is looking forward to locking horns with fellow British manager Tony Pulis.

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FOREST COMPLETE PATERSON SWOOP

Nottingham Forest have completed the signing of Walsall winger Jamie Paterson, for an undisclosed fee, on a two-year contract, with the option of a further year.

21-year-old Paterson began his career at both Coventry City and Manchester United before joining the Walsall Centre of Excellence.

Jamie penned his first professional contract in May 2010, and made his first-team debut as a substitute in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy fixture against Chesterfield in August of the same year. He went on to make his first start against Colchester in the following match and added several further appearances during the campaign, mostly from the bench.

Paterson went on to establish himself in the first-team, including starting every League One game last season.

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