Europe

Wednesday 21 January 2015

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The strike duo found the net in the second period as the Premier League champions eventually ran out comfortable winners over their German opponents

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The legendary Brazilian, who was the best attacker in the world during his prime, believes that nobody rivals the PSG No.9 in terms of ruthless efficiency up front

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PROFILE: As a Chinese billionaire pays £34.5 million for a large stake in the Spanish champions, Goal takes a closer look at the man behind the lucrative deal

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The Chinese firm has acquired a 20 per cent stake in the Champions League finalists for a fee of £34.5 million with the Rojiblancos hoping it will help build their global brand

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The creative midfielder had the chance to continue his career in Ligue 1 but believes he made the right decision to continue his development in the Eredivisie

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The Dutchman would go on to become a true great at Barcelona but admits Ajax were ready to sell him to the capital club before his move to Spain

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The veteran coach has backed the reigning German champions to win it all this year and is confident Borussia Dortmund will improve after the winter break

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The Fiorentina winger was reportedly in attendance at Anfield on Tuesday for Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Liverpool but the manager claims to be unaware of his presence

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The 26-year-old says he could see himself following Belgium team-mates Eden Hazard and Marouane Fellaini to England but insists he has heard nothing about a January move

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Reports in Spain suggest the Gunners are ready to pay more than £15m for the 24-year-old centre-back, and while his coach is reluctant to let him go he admits a deal is possible

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COMMENT: The striker has been a disaster since his £26m transfer to Spurs but looks set to stay this month as they prepare for a League Cup semi-final with Sheffield United

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The 34-year-old damaged a shoulder during the Bundesliga club's Saturday's friendly against Steaua Bucharest and is unlikely to return until the end of February

Tuesday 20 January 2015

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The Catalan club's president expects the former Celta Vigo coach to enjoy a lengthy spell in charge at Camp Nou and again pays tribute to star forward Lionel Messi

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Matias Vecino was penalised for a challenge on Leandro Paredes after 113 minutes and the Giallorossi midfielder kept his nerve to send his side into the last eight

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The Atletico Madrid striker is relishing being part of the setup at the Estadio Vicente Calderon again and says that Diego Simeone will be wanted by many other clubs