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French league champions had seen a £14m bid rejected but appear to have made a breakthrough in negotiations to open personal terms with the French midfielder

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A breathless celebration had barely abated when Alan Pardew stood in front of the television cameras – hair sorted, shirt back in his trousers – and commended his players. “I asked them to find a way before kick-off,” he said. “They found a way.”

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Retail rivals Sports Direct and JD Sports Fashion are limbering up to submit bids to acquire the group behind the Bench clothing brand for up to £100m.

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Sports Direct International is famous for flogging large amounts of tracksuits and trainers, but yesterday its bosses were making a name for themselves with the sale of large chunks of shares. David Forsey, chief executive, and the finance chief, Robert Mellors, have sold all their shares ahead of next month's reward scheme which will see them receive 1 million new shares in the new financial year.

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Sir Mike Rake, the chairman of BT, is to become president of the employers' organisation the CBI, taking over from Sir Roger Carr.

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Mathieu Debuchy, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Massadio Haidara, Moussa Sissoko and Yoan Gouffran all arrived in January

Sports Direct International bought high street chain Republic from administrators

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The future of high street fashion retailer Republic has been secured and 2,100 jobs saved after Sports Direct International bought the chain from administrators.

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There's a lesson for other retailers on how to motivate shop staff to draw in the customers

Morrisons snaps up 49 Blockbuster branches

In a rare piece of good news for the retail sector, supermarket Morrisons has bought 49 Blockbuster stores from the DVD rental group's administrator, Deloitte.

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Alan Pardew admits relegation is still a fear for Newcastle

Recent results have seen the Magpies climb away from the bottom three

New signing Moussa Sissoko is mobbed by his Newcastle team-mates on Saturday

The revolution has only begun! Alan Pardew promises more Newcastle signings in the summer

The Magpies made a number of transfers in the January window

Sports Direct aims to be Euro champion

Sports Direct will step up its challenge to Decathlon's European dominance when it opens its first Spanish store in April.

Newcastle’s Fabricio Coloccini (right) in training with Moussa Sissoko

I've got new players, the rest is now down to me, says Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew

Pardew has been well backed during the current transfer window

Coloccini decides to stay with Newcastle

Fabricio Coloccini made a dramatic U-turn today when he told Alan Pardew, the Newcastle United manager, he would be prepared to stay at the club until the end of the season.

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