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Zakaria Bakkali played his last game for PSV. He didn't had a role in the first squad anymore, and now he's also done in the 2nd squad. He'll only play if there are a lot of injuries at the 2nd squad, but that chance is really small.
John van den Brom spoke with AZ-assistent Marco van Basten on Sunday. The former striker of AC Milan want to work together with the candidate coach, so now the negotiations between AZ and Van den Brom can start.
Manchester United had a bad start in Premier League and Van Gaal would be thinking to reinforce the team with Arturo Vidal. The Red Devils could try an assault in January but the Juventus player is not for sale
Liverpool could miss out on £6.8 million of Champions League prize money if they are found guilty of breaching Financial Fair Play regulations. Liverpool's losses over the past two seasons exceed the FFP limit and a Uefa inquiry is ongoing.
If Napoli continues to get bad results, De Laurentiis may consider the option to change the coach. In this case, Roberto Mancini would be in pole position to replace Rafa Benitez.
Rabiot's agent called Roma to announce that the French talent is ready to leave PSG. The player wants the Giallorossi and wants to arrive in Italy in January to join his new team.
Due to Dortmunds many injuries, midfielder Ilkay Gündogan could give a accerelared comeback on Wednesday against Stuttgart. The 23-year-old had his last match in August 2013 and is keen to return on the pitch.
Real Madrid are set to make a €30 million move for Chelsea midfielder Ramires. Carlo Ancelotti wants to strengthen his midfield and sees the 27-year-old as the ideal fit, with a bid expected in either January or next summer.
Roy Hodgson is considering fast-tracking Manchester United centre-back Tyler Blackett into his England senior team with a view towards Euro 2016. Blackett has made just five appearances for United and played only nine minutes for the U21s.
Worries over the futures of Joe Hart and James Milner have been quelled with the news that Manchester City plan to offer the duo new contracts.