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AC MILAN ANNOUNCES FIRST SUMMER SIGNING AS MATEO MUSACCHIO COMPLETES MOVE TO SAN SIRO

AC Milan have confirmed the capture of Villarreal defender Mateo Musacchio on a four-year deal. The transfer was announced by the club's official Twitter feed on Tuesday, with the centre-back agreeing terms until 2021: The 26-year-old departs Villarreal after seven years having established himself as one of the most dependable defenders in

RIYAD MAHREZ WANTS OUT OF KING POWER; FOXES PLAYMAKER SUBMITS TRANSFER REQUEST

Leicester City playmaker Riyad Mahrez has submitted a transfer request, saying he believes the time is right for him to move on. Mahrez, who won the 2015-16 PFA Player of the Year award, was linked with Arsenal last summer after helping Leicester to a stunning Premier League title triumph. The Algeria international

Zlatan Ibrahimovic wants to stay at Manchester United next season

According to his agent Mino Riola talks will hold over his future at the club during the summer The 35-year-old enjoyed a fine first season at Old Trafford, scoring 28 goals in 46 appearances, before sustaining "significant knee ligament damage" during United's 2-1 Europa League win over Anderlecht in April and

ROSE IN UNITED RADAR; RED DEVILS FAVORITES TO LAND TOTTENHAM DEFENDER

Manchester United are reportedly "favourites" to sign Tottenham Hotspur left-back Danny Rose, who is believed to be interested in returning to the north of England. According to the Mirror, his desire to move back up north "has alerted" Red Devils manager Jose Mourinho as one of his top targets this summer is a

BREAKING: WENGER AGREES 2 YEAR DEAL TO STAY A T ARSENAL

Arsene Wenger has verbally agreed a new two-year contract to remain Arsenal manager until 2019, extending his extraordinary tenure at the club into a 23rd year. The deal has been offered by majority owner Stan Kroenke and, while subject to formal ratification at a board meeting on Tuesday lunchtime, Wenger’s continuation as manager is

CITY BOSS DEBUNKS AGUERO MOVE; SAYS EXIT RUMOURS IS RIDICULOUS

Manchester City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak has dismissed speculation linking Sergio Aguero with a move away from the club as "ridiculous." The Arab boss told Manchester Evening News, the striker would be at the club next season: "Absolutely. There has never been a doubt about that. I’ve read a lot about the speculation and it’s

Chelsea to make Boateng Plan B for Overpriced Van Dijk

Chelsea have made tentative enquiries about Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng.   The Premier League champions' primary target Virgil van Dijk has been probably overpriced by Southampton as the Saints maintain they want more than £50million for the Dutch centre-back.   As talks continue with Southampton, who are expected to sack manager Claude Puel

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