The Brazilian forward could follow Kaka to the MLS expansion team, which will kick off in 2015.
Friday, July 18, 2014
The Argentina Under-20 international played down suggestions he came close to joining Roma's Serie A rivals and says he hopes to learn from club legend Francesco Totti.
Amid strong Manchester United interest, the Chilean midfielder said there is uncertainty over whether he will remain at the Scudetto holder this summer.
The Argentina international is among the final 10 nominees to win the prestigious individual award after previously scooping the World Cup Golden Ball.
The experienced attacker has returned to the club where it all started for him after signing a three-year contract.
Thursday, July 17, 2014
The Swansea attacker has been announced as a San Paolo player by club chief Aurelio De Laurentiis, ending his two-year spell in the Premier League.
The former AC Milan boss says he has a good relationship with the Italy international after they apparently fell out during their time at San Siro.
As the 2014 Goal 50 draws closer, we review some of the big award winners from around the globe over the past 12 months.
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
The Argentine attacker has been dubbed the "new Lionel Messi" due to his impressive skills going forward.
Many players went into the tournament in Brazil with a stellar reputation already, but for others it was the perfect opportunity to showcase why they are worth millions.
The decision to hand the recently-vacated hotseat to the former Milan boss has had many Juve fans reacting with anger, and rightly so.
The reigning Italian champion has announced that the 46-year-old is the new man in charge with immediate effect.
After the coach resigned from his post at the Turin club, Goal has taken a look back at some of his finest points with the Serie A champion.
The former AC Milan boss has agreed a two-year deal with the Bianconeri, with official confirmation of his appointment expected soon.
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
The 40-year-old coach is determined to bring the success he had during his time at the club back to the San Siro and has vowed to field a motivated side.
The goalkeeper says he doesn't know why the coach resigned just months after signing a one-year extension but insisted the club will not fall apart after his departure.
The 45-year-old stunned the soccer community by resigning as Juventus coach Tuesday, but no one can blame him given the Bianconeri’s dreadful summer market so far.
The 24-year-old France international has made the move to San Siro from the Russian top flight, with details of the transfer still to be announced.
The coach guided Juventus to three consecutive league titles and signed a contract extension in May but has made an astonishing U-turn by handing in his resignation.
The Eredivisie side is open to selling the defender before his contract expires next year but is determined to hold on to midfielder Jordy Clasie.