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Mourinho Wants Neymar at Manchester United

Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, is keen to lure Neymar Jr. away from Paris Saint-Germain next year.Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, is keen to lure Neymar Jr. away from Paris Saint-Germain next year. Don Balon reports that Neymar has now replaced Gareth Bale, as United’s top transfer target. The Red Devils were

Ilkay Gundogan to reject Barcelona approach

Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan is reportedly ready to turn down an approach from Barcelona in order to stay with the Premier League champions. Barcelona have been linked with a move for the 27-year-old, who has two years remaining on his current deal at the Etihad Stadium. However, the Manchester Evening News

Marco Verratti replaces €10,000 stolen computer to help disabled child

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti reportedly gave a generate donation of €10,000 to replace a stolen computer to help out a nine-year-old disabled child. As per a report from the Italian football news website, Football Italia, the 25-year old footballer read the appeal which was sent out by the boy’s father

Report: Roman Abramovich hires adviser to mull sale of Chelsea football club

Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has hired an investment bank to consider the sale of his English Premier League team Chelsea, the Sunday Times newspaper reported. A source at the club denied Abramovich planned any sale. The Sunday Times said the move by the Russian followed his rejection of an offer to

BESIKTAS ‘ANNOUNCE’ KARIUS ARRIVAL IN STRANGE FASHION

Besiktas have announced the arrival of Loris Karius from Liverpool in an unconvential way - by changing their Twitter header The Turkish club have been in talks with the Reds over a potential two-year loan deal for Karius, and appear to have completed the deal, posting a picture of the goalkeeper

Salah, Ronaldo, Modric on UEFA best player award shortlist

The UEFA award for the best Europe-based player last season won’t be won by a World Cup champion from France. Instead, three-time winner Cristiano Ronaldo was joined Monday by former Real Madrid team-mate Luka Modric and Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah on a shortlist selected by Champions League coaches and invited journalists

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