Thursday 28 May 2015

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The Dutchman, who fell out with the Spaniard during their time together at Liverpool, has offered a sardonic response to the coach's reported move to the Santiago Bernabeu

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The former Allianz Arena favourite says his old side should sign the 24-year-old attacker to replace veteran winger Franck Ribery

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The 23-year-old is out of contract in the summer but the Spurs head coach remained quiet on his interest for the England Under-21 international

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The Russian President believes that the FBI investigation into alleged corruption within the game's governing body is politically motivated

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The Blaugrana coach says his team's Liga success is all the more impressive because it came despite the pressure of Carlo Ancelotti's quality side

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Following the midfielder's farewell to the Premier League, his former Reds team-mate paid tribute to a player he says was capable of producing "magic" on the field

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The 24-year-old's team-mate is close friends and a next-door neighbour of the Belgian striker and says he should relish being "the big man" at Villa Park

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The Belgium international was given just three Premier League outings by the Blues boss and says he would not consider going back to work under him

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Finalists Dnipro and Sevilla dominate the competition's best XI after their superb runs but there is also room for Napoli, Club Brugge and Wolfsburg stars

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Unai Emery's team became the most successful side in the competition's history by winning their fourth title against Dnipro, who could not keep Carlos Bacca at bay

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The 31-year-old has not completed the full 90 minutes for the club since their 2-1 win over West Ham in December but plans to earn his spot in the starting XI against Aston Villa

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The Gunners boss gave his thoughts on the long-standing feud with his Chelsea counterpart, as well as his preferred style of play and Roman Abramovich's financial impact

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The former Champions League winner has warned of the dangers of the Catalans' attack and says talk of a rebirth of Italian football is too early

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The Portuguese feels it is virtually impossible to improve his squad, claiming the "big names" are already at Stamford Bridge, and is more concerned with ensuring no one is sold