Afternoon Report: May 29

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Arsenal youngster Kyle Ebecilio has completed his move to FC Twente. The 19-year-old midfielder will return to his native Holland for first-team football, after failing to make the grade at the Emirates Stadium.

Edwin van der Sar has praised David De Gea for his strong performances throughout this season's Premier League-winning campaign. The United legend hailed De Gea as an integral player at Old Trafford after the Spaniard was voted third in the fans' player of the year award.

Manchester City will face competition from Real Madrid for the signing of Spain international Jesus Navas. But Sevilla reportedly prefer to sell Navas to City, although the Premier League club are only willing to pay half the Spaniard's £30m buyout clause.

Shortly after announcing the capture of Neymar, Barcelona revealed Adriano has signed a new contract that keeps him at the club until June 2017. The Brazilian fullback's buyout clause is now set at €90m.

Lazio forward Senad Lulic has dismissed rumours that he is on the verge of exiting the Stadio Olimpico for either Chelsea or Juventus. The Bosnian international rubbished the reports of a move as pure speculation, and insists he's committed to Lazio for another four years.

Two Tottenham players have been named in the England under-20 squad for this summer's World Cup. Forward Harry Kane and midfielder Alex Pritchard will join up with the rest of the team for the tournament in Turkey this June.

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