Thursday, April 24, 2014
The Bavarians' vice president has continued the ongoing dispute between the two clubs over a sum of money loaned to the Signal Iduna Park side during its financial struggles.
Andrea Pastorello says his client has fully recovered from the knee ligament damage he suffered in January and will be in prime physical condition for this summer's World Cup
The Brazilian accepted a charge of violent conduct for striking Sebastian Larsson and will miss the rest of the English season.
The 46-year-old has rejected reports suggesting he will leave the club and insists he is "super happy" at Signal Iduna Park.
The midfielder believes his teammate would be wrong to consider moving and hopes he stays in Catalonia for the rest of his career.
The club is said to be interested in signing the Mexican striker, whose current deal expires in 2016, until 2018 or 2019.
The Uruguay star has praised the likes of Raheem Sterling and Jon Flanagan and says they will go from strength to strength next term.
The Everton boss was surprised to hear of his predecessor's departure and has tipped him to make a swift return to management.
The striker has been the key figure in Liverpool's rampant march to the top of the Premier League, dazzling fans with a series of all-action, goal-laden performances.
The Frenchman has made it clear that there will be tough sanctions for those who don't comply with the rules, but no teams will be excluded from European competitions.
The Liverpool striker has scored 30 goals as the club has charged to the top of the table and he believes even the players have been taken back by their success this season.
Carlo Ancelotti's side saw less of the ball in their Champions League first-leg win over Bayern Munich, but won the game and took a significant step towards their main objective
The ex-Arsenal star feels his compatriot could become one of the best around in the game and thinks the World Cup could be crucial in his development
The former Madrid chief has little doubt that the Italian coach will stay put and feels Man Utd has no choice but to sack its manager.
Silvio Berlusconi's company Fininvest insist it will not relinquish control of the club, despite reports of a 500 million euro offer for the Italian club.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
The ex-Barcelona boss was unable to continue his excellent record at Santiago Bernabeu but insists he was proud of his players despite their defeat
The Ballon d'Or holder was thrust back into the startng lineup in the win over Bayern Munich but says he felt ready after three weeks out.
The Bavarian giants' honorary president praised Real Madrid for its 1-0 win but felt the visitors offered little going forward
The Italian believes the Champions League holders played into his side's hands and praised Cristiano Ronaldo for his efforts upon his return from injury
The former Blancos attacker criticized the hosts for what he considered a slow start and was adamant that Bayern "dominated" despite the defeat.