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  • '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."

  • Man Utd & Real Madrid made aware Mil...

    Manchester United and Real Madrid have been made aware it will take more than €70 million to land Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic. The Serbia international has emerged as a top target for leading sides across Europe, with Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain also reported t...

    Man Utd & Real Madrid made aware Milinkovic-Savic will not come cheap by €70m bid snub

    Manchester United and Real Madrid have been made aware it will take more than €70 million to land Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic. The Serbia international has emerged as a top target for leading sides across Europe, with Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain also reported to be among his many suitors. Impressive showings from the talented 22-year-old in Serie A have put him in the shop window, with interest in his services having been building for some time now. A formal approach was put to Lazio by an unnamed club in the summer of 2017, with the Rome-based outfit highlighting how reluctant they are to part with a prized asset by knocking back a big-money offer. Club director Igli Tare told Mediaset Premium on the exit talk: “Over the summer we received, and rejected, an offer worth €70m for Milinkovic-Savic. "We want to make Lazio a point of arrival for players rather than a stepping stone to bigger clubs. We have a lot of work to do, but that is our objective. "The team was built to achieve certain objectives and from now until the end of the season, there will be no more transfer market distractions. Rumours in the media are part of the profession and you must learn to live with them. "We want to win the Coppa Italia and qualify for the Champions League. We won’t snub the Europa League, but the principle target must be a top four finish in Serie A." Milinkovic-Savic will have a leading role to play in hitting those targets, and he has committed himself to Lazio. As transfer talk raged during the winter window, the highly rated performer said: "I don't think about leaving Lazio, because I'm very happy in Rome." Those comments, and Lazio’s resistance, may be tested again over the summer, with teams with some of the deepest pockets in football continuing to closely monitor a player who still has plenty of future potential to be unlocked.

  • Skriniar to frustrate Man Utd & Real...

    Milan Skriniar has dismissed suggestions he will look to leave Inter in the coming months and is adamant he will be at the Serie A club "for many years". The centre-back, who scored in Saturday's 2-0 win over Benevento, has impressed in his first season at Inter, having joined f...

    Skriniar to frustrate Man Utd & Real Madrid by spending 'many years' at Inter

    Milan Skriniar has dismissed suggestions he will look to leave Inter in the coming months and is adamant he will be at the Serie A club "for many years". The centre-back, who scored in Saturday's 2-0 win over Benevento, has impressed in his first season at Inter, having joined for a reported €23 million from Sampdoria. His seamless transition has not gone unnoticed and the 23-year-old has been linked with the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid and Barcelona as a result. But Skriniar insists he is in no rush to leave San Siro, despite apparently hinting at the prospect of departing for a bigger club in a recent interview with a Slovakian outlet, which he claims was incorrectly translated. "I see myself here at Inter for many years," the 23-year-old told reporters. "I've never said I wanted to leave, just that anything can happen. "The translation was wrong. All it takes is to change two or three words and it changes the meaning. "I just want to help the team, by scoring too if I can. Defensively we have often conceded with the opposition's first shot, which doesn't help confidence, but finally we have managed to avoid conceding."

  • Lewandowski's 'heard nothing' from Real ...

    Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has rubbished reports suggesting a change of agent means he is off to Real Madrid, with no contact received from Spain. The prolific Pole has turned to ‘super agent’ Pini Zahavi to manage his career, with the Israeli taking on one of the ...

    Lewandowski's 'heard nothing' from Real Madrid following agent change

    Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has rubbished reports suggesting a change of agent means he is off to Real Madrid, with no contact received from Spain. The prolific Pole has turned to ‘super agent’ Pini Zahavi to manage his career, with the Israeli taking on one of the most sought-after talents in world football. Lewandowski is enjoying another productive season at club level, with the 20-goal mark reached in the Bundesliga for a third successive year and the sixth time in seven years spread across spells at Bayern and Borussia Dortmund. It is those exploits which continue to see him linked with big-money moves elsewhere, with reports of interest from Madrid refusing to go away. The 29-year-old has, however, once again moved to distance himself from the rumours and play down the importance of a change in representative, telling reporters: “No, that [agent change] has nothing to do with this speculation. “I haven’t heard anything from Real Madrid, I don’t know whether my agent has and people will write what they want, but it doesn’t interest me.” Lewandowski drew a rare blank in his latest outing, as Bayern were held to a goalless draw by Hertha Berlin, but he remains a talismanic presence in Munich. With that in mind, the Bundesliga leaders have no intention of sanctioning a sale, with manager Jupp Heynckes having said of the incessant transfer talk: “A player is allowed to change his agent, it doesn’t mean anything. “Bayern want to – and will – keep our top players.” Zahavi has also played down the Real reports, with no talks held with the La Liga giants at this stage. He told Bild after being confirmed as Lewandowski’s agent: “Of course I have a lot of contacts in the industry, but that has nothing to do with it. “However, one never knows what will happen in the future.”

  • TV Guide: Date, time and where to get yo...

    Catch your favourite football action from across the globe with Goal's comprehensive TV Guide.  Sun, Feb 25 Match Time (IST) Channel Premier League: Man Utd vs. Chelsea 7:35 PM Star Sports Select 1/HD 1 Indian Super League: Jams...

    TV Guide: Date, time and where to get your football fix

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