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The Swabians sacked the 47-year-old following a poor start to the season and have promptly appointed the former Under-17 coach, who is relishing the challenge
The World Cup winner explained that he was struggling with injuries at the time and that his "head was somewhere else" before a crucial phone-call from Antonio Conte
The 35-year-old says his body will not let him continue his career, having represented the likes of Barcelona, Chelsea and Porto over the last 17 years
The France international enjoyed a stellar first season in Serie A and is set for an extended run in the first team following Claudio Marchisio's injury.
Earlier this month the Toffees rejected a bid from United for full-back Baines and midfielder Fellaini, labelling the offer "derisory and insulting".
The Premier League champions appear set to raise their initial bid, thought to be in the region of £28 million, as David Moyes looks to return to Goodison Park in order to bolster his new squad at Old Trafford.
Real Madrid face competition for Bale
Real Madrid face competition for Tottenham star Gareth Bale with Spurs considering offers from more than one club for the Wales international. Real have yet to agree a deal for Bale with the Londoners now weighing up their options.
Source: Sky Sports
Who could they be? I'm raising my eyebrows for this one because, as you can see in the photo, Gareth Bale is already in Spain!
Sakho close to Milan
AC Milan’s directors made good progress at the weekend in their bid to sign Mamadou Sakho from PSG. The French international is set for a one year loan with the Rossoneri.
The attacking midfielder has been given until Tuesday to decide whether to sign a new contract with the Italian club, with his current deal expiring next summer.
It is understood the Serbian has already made up his mind to leave Fiorentina and has agreed in principle to move to Milan at the end of the season.
"We often talk," Ribery said of Mourinho in an interview with German magazine Kicker. "He wanted me to go to Chelsea."
Real Madrid and Tottenham have agreed a world record €100 million deal for Gareth Bale.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy finally accepted the Spanish giants’ offer on Sunday and official confirmation of the transfer is expected to be made imminently.
Andre Villas-Boas confirmed Tottenham have revived their interest in signing Romania international defender Vlad Chiriches from Steaua Bucharest.
"Vlad Chiriches - there is an interest in the player," he told Sky Sports, before joking: "Maybe somebody steals him as well!”
"I'm telling you we have looked to strengthen our backline with the departure of Steven Caulker, last year we had Younes Kaboul injured for the season but we had five, so we are looking for the position and we are going to go ahead with our re-strengthening," he told reporters
Jose Mourinho says David Moyes is to blame for striker Wayne Rooney’s unhappiness at Manchester United.
"But I didn't say [to Rooney] you will be a second-choice for me. And they are against me? We are trying to get a player that a manager told 'You will be a second option' for him. We are not going for Van Persie."
Looks like Mourinho is back to stirring the pot. How do you think Moyes will respond? And do you think Rooney will play tonight? Who do you think will win?
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