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Midday Ticker: New Premier League logo, Chiellini, Marcelo and more


After unveiling a revamped logo and parting ways with sponsor Barclays, the English Premier League will certainly have a new look to it next season.

On Tuesday, England’s top division released its new logo, created by DesignStudio and Robin Brand Consultants, for the upcoming Premier League campaign. The league has also opted to move forward without a sponsor after parting ways with Barclays after a nine-year run. (REPORT)

Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini is set to miss the team’s Serie A clash with Napoli and Champions League quarterfinal first leg against Bayern Munich due to a torn muscle. (REPORT)

Real Madrid fullback Marcelo has been diagnosed with a dislocated shoulder, leaving his status for the upcoming Champions League matchup with Roma. (REPORT)

Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak has signed a new five-year contract with the club. (REPORT)

West Ham United has begun negotiations with Dimitri Payet over a new contract. The Frenchman leads the team with six goals and four assists this season. (REPORT)

Shares of Manchester United have dropped to a three-year low, including a 27 percent loss of value over the past three months. (REPORT)

What do you think of the new logo? How will Juventus fare without Chiellini?

Share your thoughts below.


  1. Looks like a Draw 4 card in Uno.

    Horrible looking logo for a league of the EPL’s stature. Looks like a card game, something for progressive rights, or a logo made by a child. I imagine I’d dislike it even more when I saw the figures of how much this design firm were paid to create it too.


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