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  • Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man Un...

    Man Utd and Chelsea could enter Alisson race Manchester United and Chelsea are both set to enter the Alisson race should either side lose their goalkeeper this summer, reports the Mirror .  With both David de Gea and Thibaut Courtois strongly linked to Real Madrid, the ...

    Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson

    Man Utd and Chelsea could enter Alisson race Manchester United and Chelsea are both set to enter the Alisson race should either side lose their goalkeeper this summer, reports the Mirror .  With both David de Gea and Thibaut Courtois strongly linked to Real Madrid, the two Premier League sides could turn to the Roma shot-stopper as a replacement.  Bayern Munich open Malcom talks Bayern Munich have opened talks with representatives of Bordeaux star Malcom, according to Sport Bild.  The German side made contact with the Brazilian several weeks ago, and have begun working on terms of a five-year deal. Arsenal and Tottenham have been heavily linked with the 20-year-old, whom the Ligue 1 side value at £52 million. Jorginho is Liverpol's top target Napoli midfielder Jorginho has emerged as Liverpool's top target for the summer, according to  The Times. Jurgen Klopp believes the 26-year-old would be an ideal No. 6 for the Reds, but faces competition for the Italy international from several of Europe's biggest sides. Real Madrid interested in Milinkovic-Savic  Real Madrid are hoping to land Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic this summer, according to Marca .  The 22-year-old midfielder has emerged as a top target for several top European sides, with Lazio sporting director Igli Tare revealing Sunday the club  turned down a €70 million offer for the Serbian in the summer.  Tottenham chase Sheffield United striker Tottenham are hoping to land Sheffield United striker David Brooks in a £10 million deal, reports The Sun.  Spurs are convinced the 20-year-old is a star in the making, and feel they can develop the striker into a long-term replacement for Harry Kane.  Gaitan set for €18m China move Atletico Madrid winger Nicolas Gaitan will join Chinese side Dalian Yigang in an €18 million move, according to AS .  The 30-year-old Argentine joined Atletico from Benfica in the summer of 2016, but has been used sparingly by manager Diego Simeone.  Reina to leave Napoli Napoli goalkeeper Pepe Reina has revealed he will leave the Serie A leaders after this season, according to  Il Mattino . The Spaniard's contract expires at the end of the current campaign and he has yet to be offered a new deal.  Reports in Italy have suggested that Milan will move for the 35-year-old if Gianluigi Donnarumma departs in the summer.  Henry wants to be Arsenal manager Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has admitted that succeeding Arsene Wenger as Gunners boss would be a "dream".  Following Arsenal's 3-0 defeat to Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final, the Frenchman revealed his interest in one day taking over for his countryman in the Arsenal hot seat.  Read the full story on Goal! Madrid will go all out for new goalkeeper Real Madrid will do everything they can to bring in a new goalkeeper in the summer, reports Mundo Deportivo .  Manchester United's David de Gea is still the top target for the Blancos, but the club feel he may be out of their reach. Madrid won't pay more than €90 million for a new shot-stopper, meaning Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois could be the best option for the La Liga giants.  Tah pens Leverkusen extension  Highly rated centre-back Jonathan Tah has extended his contract at Bayer Leverkusen until 2023.  The 22-year-old is considered one of the most promising talents in Germany, and has been linked with Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool. Read the full story on Goal!  Skriniar wants to spend 'many years' at Inter In-demand Inter defender Milan Skriniar could be set to frustrate a host of suitors after he declared his intent to stay with the Nerazzurri for "many years". The 23-year-old has been linked with the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid and Barcelona after impressing in his first season with the club.  Read what Skriniar had to say right here!

  • 'I played the ball' - Sarr insists he is...

    Neymar's suspected ankle injury was sustained entirely accidentally, says Marseille's Bouna Sarr, who challenged the Brazilian before he left the field on a stretcher. Paris Saint-Germain led Le Classique 3-0 in on Sunday, with Neymar having set up Edinson Cavani after 55 minute...

    'I played the ball' - Sarr insists he is not responsible for Neymar injury

    Neymar's suspected ankle injury was sustained entirely accidentally, says Marseille's Bouna Sarr, who challenged the Brazilian before he left the field on a stretcher. Paris Saint-Germain led Le Classique 3-0 in on Sunday, with Neymar having set up Edinson Cavani after 55 minutes to wrap up the victory after Kylian Mbappe's opener and a Rolando own goal. But with PSG coach Unai Emery having already used all three substitutes, Neymar was hurt in a collision with Sarr in the closing stages at the Parc des Princes. The pair challenged for the ball in the air and the PSG forward appeared to damage his right ankle when he landed awkwardly. PSG head coach Unai Emery said he is optimistic about Neymar recovering from his twisted ankle in time to face Real Madrid in the Champions League on March 6. But captain Thiago Silva told Canal+ he does not expect his compatriot to be fit to take on Marseille again in Wednesday's Coupe de France quarter-final. Neymar was hit by a heavy challenge by Florian Thauvin early in Sunday's clash and the 26-year-old was seemingly targeted by Marseille, having been fouled eight times over the course of the game. Sarr, however, claimed he was not at fault in the incident, which left Neymar in tears as he was carried from the pitch on a stretcher. "Neymar? Me, I saw only one thing is that I played the ball," Sarr told reporters post-match.  "I didn't go at all with the intention of doing it. This is not my type of game at all. "Apparently he twisted his ankle. It's unfortunate for him, but it's a game fact like any other."

  • Hat-trick hero Griezmann dreaming big in...

    Hat-trick hero Antoine Griezmann said Atletico Madrid are daring to dream of winning all their remaining games in a bid to reel in LaLiga leaders Barcelona. Griezmann inspired Atleti to a 5-2 battering of Sevilla at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on Sunday, netting a treble and setti...

    Hat-trick hero Griezmann dreaming big in Atleti's title bid

    Hat-trick hero Antoine Griezmann said Atletico Madrid are daring to dream of winning all their remaining games in a bid to reel in LaLiga leaders Barcelona. Griezmann inspired Atleti to a 5-2 battering of Sevilla at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on Sunday, netting a treble and setting up Koke for another after Diego Costa had capitalised on an Ever Banega error to open the scoring. Late goals from Pablo Sarabia and Nolito were the only sour note on an otherwise superb Atleti showing, and France forward Griezmann hailed the collective efforts of the team as Diego Simeone's men remained seven points adrift of Barca following the latest round of matches. "I'm very happy with the work the team has done despite the two goals we conceded," he told beIN SPORTS. "But Sevilla went on the attack with a lot of players. I'm happy with the goals, but most important is the three points.  "We're trying to win all the games we have remaining, we know the work we're doing is good, I hope we can continue like this.  "We dream of winning every game and see where that leaves us. We're a group, everyone, the team, the trainers, the physios are all together."

  • 'Before a manager I'm a human being' - G...

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola insisted he will continue to wear a yellow ribbon in solidarity with political prisoners in Catalonia after doing so defiantly in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley on Sunday. Guardiola was charged by the Football Association (FA) on Thursday ...

    'Before a manager I'm a human being' - Guardiola explains continued ribbon protest

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola insisted he will continue to wear a yellow ribbon in solidarity with political prisoners in Catalonia after doing so defiantly in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley on Sunday. Guardiola was charged by the Football Association (FA) on Thursday for wearing the ribbon after Jordi Sanchez and Jordi Cuixart were placed in custody as part of the crackdown that followed last October's referendum on Catalan independence – a poll the national government in Madrid deemed to be illegal. The FA deemed it a political message but former Barcelona boss Guardiola was in a defiant mood following City's 3-0 victory over Arsenal – his first piece of silverware since moving to England. "I accept if I broke the rules. I accept the fine," Guardiola, who has until March 5 to appeal the charge, told reporters. "I am a human being and there are four guys in prison plus another guy who is outside Catalonia - if he comes back, he will go to jail. "They're being accused of rebelling - to be that you have to have weapons and they don't have weapons, they have just the votes in the ballots. "That's why I said he's always with me until the last. "It's not about politicians, it's about democracy. Before I'm a manager I'm a human being. "I think England knows very well what it means. You did Brexit, you let the people have an opinion. "You allowed Scotland to have a referendum if they're going to stay or not and after the people vote - that's what they're asking [in Catalonia] and they are in jail right now."

  • Wenger trolled by Wembley official in Ma...

    Arsene Wenger has revealed how Carabao Cup final fourth official Graham Scott cheekily offered to put Arsenal out of their misery as the Gunners were smashed 3-0 by Manchester City at Wembley. Goals from Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and David Silva had a first trophy under Pep...

    Wenger trolled by Wembley official in Man City humbling

    Arsene Wenger has revealed how Carabao Cup final fourth official Graham Scott cheekily offered to put Arsenal out of their misery as the Gunners were smashed 3-0 by Manchester City at Wembley. Goals from Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and David Silva had a first trophy under Pep Guardiola wrapped up for City by the 65th minute. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had wasted an early chance for Arsenal, but they were thoroughly outplayed as Wenger lost in the final of the competition for the third time. A disconsolate Wenger recounted how Scott had questioned why the Frenchman wanted to prolong the pain as he made a complaint about the award of three minutes stoppage time. "It's difficult to come back," he told a news conference. "The referee doesn't give the injury time. "When I said, 'Why don't you give more time?' he asked me, 'Why do you want more time?' "I told him, 'It's not down to you to judge, how long is the time, if you want or not. Give the normal added time.'"  

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