Bale Shouldn't Be Real Madrid's No. 10

Spain

Bale Shouldn't Be Real Madrid's No. 10

The Welsh winger scored against Tottenham at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday, but he looked unconvincing in the role of playmaker in the Audi Cup clash.

Bayern Easily Defeats Milan

Europe

Bayern Easily Defeats Milan

Bayern Munich had little trouble as it dispatched AC Milan 3-0 in the Audi Cup semifinals, setting up a showdown with Real Madrid.

Johannsson Headed To Werder Bremen

United States

Johannsson Headed To Werder Bremen

The American striker will move from Dutch side AZ Alkmaar to the Bundesliga after the two sides reached an agreement for the 24-year-old.

Life After The Women's World Cup

U.S. Women's Team

Life After The Women's World Cup

After a whirlwind month celebrating their Women's World Cup title, members of the U.S. national team are settling back in with their NWSL clubs.

Contenders For EPL Golden Boot

England

Contenders For EPL Golden Boot

With the start of the new campaign now just days away, Goal assesses which players could top the goal-scoring charts in England come May.

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Soldado's Spurs exit hits snag
Tottenham and Villarreal are still struggling to agree to a fee for Roberto Soldado, with the two clubs miles apart in their valuations. The Spanish side has now proposed a season-long loan with a fixed-price permanent deal next summer.
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Daily Mirror
Van Gaal offers Pedro starring role
Louis van Gaal has promosed Pedro a starring role alongside Wayne Rooney and Memphis Depay in a new-look front three should he decide to leave Barcelona for Manchester United. The Spanish winger is still considering his options.
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Daily Telegraph
Chelsea to return with £30M Stones bid
Everton is increasingly concerned that it will lose John Stones this summer, despite insisting he is not for sale. Chelsea is preparing a third bid of 30 million pounds ($46.7 million) for the 21-year-old, which the Toffees may be forced to accept.
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Daily Telegraph

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