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Before we head off, a quick recap of our top Luis Suarez content. Click the links below to check out what the suspended striker has to say to the Anfield faithful, why the Premier League will be a poorer place without him and what Liverpool can get their hands on with 70 million big ones.
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Two pieces of World Cup news to bring you. It's been confirmed today that Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella will leave his role after the tournament regardless of the result of Sunday's showdown with Germany, while Fifa has announced that Nicola Rizzoli will referee the final. The Italian's most high-profile match to date came in 2013 when he took charge of the Champions League final between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich.
Goal's Peter Staunton wrote about Besic after his display against Argentina: "From relative obscurity Besic was suddenly marking Messi at the Maracana in a World Cup. It may have been a sudden rise but the 21-year-old was certainly not overawed by the task at hand. There was a maturity in his game against Argentina that belied his years and contradicted the impression some had of him as a hot-head."
According to talkSPORT, Everton are set to beat Swansea to the signing of Ferencvaros midfielder Muhamed Besic. The 21-year-old was one of the surprise packages of the World Cup despite Bosnia-Herzegovina failing to progress beyond the group stage.
Transfer Talk: Besic set for Everton
We've already seen Cesc Fabregas return to the Premier League, but could one of his former Barcelona and Arsenal team-mates be set to follow? The Daily Star claims Manchester United and Chelsea are battling it out to sign £20 million-rated defender/midfielder/you-put-him-there-he'll-play-there Alex Song.
Transfer Talk: Man Utd & Chelsea chase Song
Roma have completed the signing of Urby Emanuelson from AC Milan. The Dutchman joins on a free transfer after his contract at San Siro came to an end and has signed an initial one-year deal, with Roma having the option to extend it for a further two years.
Germany captain Philipp Lahm: "A lot of our players have experience of playing in big finals with big clubs. That's definitely an advantage for us. You never know how far you will go, but we've prepared well, worked as a team and now we're one step away. I'm looking forward to the final. We want simply to become world champion. [If we won] I would go to bed early...or maybe in the early hours."
Lahm: Experience can lead Germany to glory
Oh hello! The Barcelona exodus continues. According to the Stoke Sentinel, Stoke manager Mark Hughes hopes to complete the signing of Bojan Krkic on loan from Barcelona in the next few days. The 23-year-old spent last season on loan at Ajax, scoring four goals in 24 games, and is free to leave on loan again.
Transfer Talk: Stoke hope to sign Bojan
Luis Suarez isn't the only man moving around Barcelona today - goalkeeper Oier Olazabal has joined Granada on a free transfer. The 24-year-old has featured heavily for Barcelona B since 2007 but played just twice for the first team.
Chelsea and Manchester United are both on the lookout for new centre-backs this summer and, according to the Daily Express, have made offers for Porto defender Eliaquim Mangala. The Frenchman is available for £32 million and would reportedly prefer a move to - wait for it - United.
Transfer Talk: Mangala in demand
Cesc Fabregas and Alexis Sanchez (and possibly Xavi) out, Luis Suarez in - but how will the Uruguayan fit in at Barcelona? We've taken a look at a possible Barca starting XI next season - check it!
Possible Barcelona starting XI
Kieran Richardson scored two goals - both against USA - in eight appearances during his spell in the England squad prior to the 2006 World Cup. That's more goals than Jack Wilshere, Jordan Henderson, James Milner, Raheem Sterling, Adam Lallana and Ross Barkley COMBINED.
The former Manchester United midfielder leaves relegated Fulham to join the club he almost signed for as a 14-year-old. He told the club's official website: "Villa Park itself has always been my favourite stadium out of all of the stadiums in which I've played in the Premier League. It's got great atmosphere, the fans are magnificent and I'm really looking forward to playing here. I know I'm going to love it."
Interesting stuff from Jose Mourinho today. Speaking in his role as Yahoo’s Global Football Ambassador, the Chelsea manager said Arjen Robben has been the star of the World Cup, Paul Pogba has been the best young player (*HINT HINT*) and Manuel Neuer is on course to be the tournament's top goalkeeper. He also said Lionel Messi is NOT the greatest player of all time. Miaow!
Mourinho: Messi not the greatest of all time
In all the craziness of the Sanchez and Suarez deals, we've forgotten to mention we're just two days away from the biggest match in world football. That's right, MyPa take on Mariehamn in the Finnish Veikkausliiga on Sunday and I tell you what, I can't wait. LOL! Just kidding - click below for our video preview of Germany v Argentina...