Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond ahead of the opening of the summer window
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
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Despite losing to the Old Lady, the Catalan centre-back feels the veteran goalkeeper's achievements warrant one of football's most prestigious awards
The Roma boss is unsure about the 40-year-old's intentions heading into Sunday's sell-out clash against Genoa
Having left the touchline in frustration at being an unused sub against Lazio, the Brazilian striker took to Facebook to express contrition
The Colombian has become a key part of the Bianconeri side since moving on loan in 2015, and has now signed a contract for the next three seasons
Monday, May 22, 2017
After being frozen out at Manchester City and sent on loan to Torino, the England international keeper is expected to be on the move again this summer
Had the Argentine not left Naples for Turin, the former Inter coach thinks Maurizio Sarri's men would have finished top of the pile in Italy
After barely featuring under Vincenzo Montella this season, the 30-year-old Japan international is set to depart San Siro during the summer window
The World Cup-winning Argentine is considered to be the greatest of all-time by many, but he admits to being a big fan of a long-serving star in Italy
Goal brings you its selection of the top performers in each position across Europe's big five leagues — do you agree with our choices?
The defender is expected to pen a four-year contract with the Serie A side once all of the formalities of his transfer from Spain have been completed
The highly-rated Lazio forward has caught the eye of the Serie A champions, but a transfer is still a long way off as no agreement has been reached
Lionel Messi is almost home and dry for the sharpshooter award, with his rivals in the leagues still playing unlikely to catch the Barcelona star
The on-form talisman scored but prematurely ended his season with one game to spare after he was sent off for diving
The veteran goalkeeper praised the "sacrifice and dedication" of his squad after they topped Serie A for the sixth straight year
After Juventus secured their sixth Scudetto in a row, Goal takes a look at other instances of domestic domination in Europe...
Sunday, May 21, 2017
The Bianconeri have made history by racking up six successive Scudetti but to become true immortals they must win the Champions League
Max Allegri's side clinched another Scudetto on Sunday by defeating Crotone 3-0 in Turin, meaning they are now one win away from a first ever treble
Serie A and La Liga titles are set to be won today, while the top four of the Premier League will be decided - follow it all as it happens with Goal!