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Spain to bring charges against Catalan parliamentarians

Spain's state prosecutor's office says it will present criminal charges to members of the Catalan parliament who voted in favour of the region holding a referendum on independence.

Barcelona, Coutinho admit defeat over Liverpool exit

The Spanish transfer window remains open until midnight on Friday and, in theory, the Catalonians could try again to sign their number one target.

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