Brighton have made a third bid for Reading's 25-year-old English defender Liam Moore, believed to involve an increased up-front payment of £8m
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Famara Diedhiou's first-half header proved decisive as Bristol beat Reading. To watch the EFL subscribe to ESPN+.Puscas' brace helps Reading past Cardiff
John Swift's late strike added to George Puscas' two first-half goals to help Reading overcome Cardiff at the Madejski Stadium.Chelsea beat Reading as Mount shines
ReadingChelsea34FTGame DetailsLive football odds with bet365. Bet Now »GameCastLineups and StatsMason Mount celebrates his opening goal for the Blues.Chelsea came from behind to beat Championship side Reading 4-3 in a preseason friendly on Sunday thanks to goals from Ross Barkley, Kenedy and a brace from Mason Mount.The Blues started a strong team with Christian Pulisic in the XI, but almost conceded from the first chance of the game as Tom McIntyre headed the ball off the bottom of the post in the 12th minute.Just two minutes later, however, they were behind as Josh Barrett picked up a loose ball in the box and lobbed goalkeeper Willy...
United States defender Matt Miazga has been loaned back to second-tier Reading by Chelsea for the 2019-20 season.The 6-foot-4 center back from Clifton, New Jersey, was sent to Nantes last summer on what was supposed to be a season-long loan. He started six Ligue 1 matches under coach Miguel Cardoso, who was replaced by Vahid Halilhodzic.=I The summer away with @ussoccer=I Renewing acquaintances with #Royals teammates=I His rapport with the Reading supporters@MattMiazga3 is glad to be back!#MattIsBack pic.twitter.com/Qk282xWP0U— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) July 24, 2019 Miazga played only one more match under Halilhodzic. He was sent back to Chelsea, then lent to Reading in late January and made 18 appearances for the Royals....Middlesbrough keep play-off hopes alive
Britt Assombalonga's penalty was the difference in Middlesbrough's 2-1 win against Reading at the Riverside stadium.Reading miss glorious late chance in Stoke draw
Gareth McCleary's 93rd minute miss almost snatched the points for Reading in a game mostly dominated by a wasteful Stoke.