Spain

Monday, July 14, 2014

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The midfielder will reveal his choice by Wednesday morning, with his representative claiming the player is still undecided on his next move.

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The Dutch icon has criticized the Liga giant for signing a player he feels will see the side further betray the style of soccer seen under Pep Guardiola and Frank Rijkaard.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

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The Barcelona ace finished on the losing side in Sunday's tournament decider in Rio de Janeiro but was nonetheless recognized for his individual excellence in Brazil.

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The Monaco attacking midfielder scored six goals in Brazil, one more than Germany's Thomas Muller, who won the trophy in South Africa four years ago.

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FIFA has made it clear that the Uruguay international, who is currently banned from football for biting Giorgio Chiellini, can't be presented to supporters at any venue.

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The striker is currently suspended for biting Giorgio Chiellini — his third such offense in four years — but the sports manufacturer will not be dropping the Uruguayan.

Saturday, July 12, 2014

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The Catalan club are confident the Uruguayan forward's suspension will be changed and has pledged to help him “reintegrate into the football world”

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The Spain international, who has been left out of the Welsh club's tour of the United States, is a target for Rafael Benitez's side, with both a loan or permanent move possible

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The Argentina international is keen to work with Louis van Gaal, while an agreement in principle over personal terms is believed to have been reached between club and player.

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The Colombia forward admits he is flattered by rumored interest from the La Liga club and would willingly make a move to the Spanish capital if the opportunity arises.

Friday, July 11, 2014

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The Colombia icon believes that his compatriot is more than ready for the challenge of playing for Real Madrid, and dubbed him a worthwhile investment for any club

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The Gunners have tied the Chilean to a "long-term deal" after agreeing a 31.8 million pound fee with Barcelona, but the club's chief executive insists his work is far from done.

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The Blaugrana are poised to assemble the most talented all-South American front three since Brazil lined up with Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho - but will it work?

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The Gunners announced the capture of the Chilean on Thursday and will hope that he can transform a front line that was too often blunt and one-paced last season.

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The Uruguayan admits he has fallen in love with the Reds during his time on Merseyside but says living with his wife's family in Spain "is a lifelong dream and ambition."

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The clubs revealed on Friday that they have reached an agreement over the sale of the Uruguayan striker who will land in Catalonia next week to finalize the deal.