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Everton ‘fended off Man United interest in Dominic Calvert-Lewin with a massive £80m asking price’ 

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Everton reportedly told Manchester United they would need to pay £80m if they wanted to sign striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

The Sun claim Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had made the player a top target but hopes of a deal were ended abruptly when United heard the asking price.

Calvert-Lewin only cost Everton £1.5m when they signed him from Sheffield United four years ago.

Everton reportedly told Manchester United that Dominic Calvert-Lewin would cost them £80m

Everton reportedly told Manchester United that Dominic Calvert-Lewin would cost them £80m

Everton reportedly told Manchester United that Dominic Calvert-Lewin would cost them £80m

He has since netted 36 goals in 136 appearances for the Toffees.

Three of those came in Saturday’s 5-2 win over West Brom at Goodison Park. 

The hat-trick sees the 23-year-old leading the race for the Premier League Golden Boot, having also scored the only goal of the game in the opening day win over Tottenham.  

After the game, Calvert-Lewis said: ‘The manager is on me every day about one-touch finishes and being in the box – being in the right areas to put the ball in the back of the net.

Calvert-Lewin scored a hat-trick as Everton made it two wins from two on Saturday

Calvert-Lewin scored a hat-trick as Everton made it two wins from two on Saturday

Calvert-Lewin scored a hat-trick as Everton made it two wins from two on Saturday

‘It’s nice to know what I’m working on in training is coming off on the pitch.

‘That’s the biggest reward – my first hat-trick in professional football and in the end a good team performance.’

At the time Ancelotti said: ‘I think he is going to be at the top in England and in Europe.’

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SIX NATIONS LIVE: France vs Ireland – latest scores and updates

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The final Six Nations game gets underway as France take on Ireland for the chance to win the title whilst England wait to see if their victory over Italy is enough.

Ireland need a bonus-point win by winning via four tries or a regular victory with a seven-point margin to lift this year’s Six Nations title.

Eddie Jones‘ England beat Italy 34-5 in Rome earlier on Saturday to leave France needing a bonus-point win and a 32-point or more winning margin. 

Sportsmail’s SAM BLITZ will provide live rugby coverage of France vs Ireland including score, substitutions and more. 

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Usyk vs Chisora LIVE RESULTS: Stream, TV channel, UK start time as Selby fight on undercard – latest updates

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OLEKSANDR USYK goes toe-to-toe with Dereck Chisora tonight in a huge heavyweight clash.

The feared Ukrainian knocked out Chazz Witherspoon on his division debut – and tonight it’s the turn of Londoner Del Boy to try and tame one of the world’s most feared fighters.

  • Start time: Undercard UNDERWAY, main event from 10.15pm (approx)
  • TV/Live stream: Sky Sports Box Office/Box Office app
  • PPV price: You can purchase the fight for £19.95.
  • Live results: Ali BEATS Hubmeyer (points)

Follow ALL the updates and round-by-round commentary below…

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Liverpool 2 West Ham 1 LIVE REACTION: Jota nets late winner at Anfield to send Klopp’s side top of Premier League

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79. Liverpool fought they had found a winner, but it has been chalked off.

Diogo Jota had turned the ball into the net after Fabianski had spilled an initial shot, but there was adjudged to have been a foul when Sadio Mane flew in on the goalkeeper to attack the loose ball.

The video official, Chris Kavanagh, had a long look at the incident before advising Kevin Friend to do so on his pitchside monitor.

The referee duly obliged, and quickly decided that Mane had fouled an opponent before Jota struck, and we’re back to all square.

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