Germany

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

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Bayern Munich sporting director Matthias Sammer staged Serdar Tasci's welcome news conference without the player, who suffered a possible concussion.

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The German newspaper SportBild claimed the Bayern Munich star drank alcohol during the club's training camp in Qatar - allegations he strongly denies.

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The former Liverpool boss has revealed he met the man who replaced him at Anfield shortly after he was sacked, with Robert Lewandowski among their topics of discussion.

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The Schalke youngster has attracted interest from across Europe but the former Barcelona boss is set to target the 20-year-old as his first signing at the Etihad.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

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With the Catalan boss reportedly set to earn €25 million when he takes over at Manchester City, Goal brings you a rundown of the highest-earning trainers in the game today.

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The Bundesliga league leader planned to steer clear of the January transfer market, but untimely injuries suffered by Javi Martinez and Jerome Boateng sparked it into action.

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The Bundesliga side is confident of holding onto the 20-year-old - despite interest from the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Manchester City.

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The Spaniard will become the highest-paid coach in the Premier League by far, earning almost 13 million pounds more than the second-biggest earner, Arsene Wenger.

Monday, February 1, 2016

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Stoke and Everton secured Giannelli Imbula and Oumar Niasse on a transfer deadline day dominated by Manchester City's Pep Guardiola news.

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The Chinese Super League has emerged as a major financial power over the past month and Roma cleared plenty of dead wood, but Barcelona's pursuit of Nolito was embarrassing.

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Some say the man who built the best team in history, a man with two Champions Leagues to his name, is still unproven, and that his move to City is the easy option - they are wrong

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The next four months will be a transition to the future for the future Manchester City boss, but how will it effect the rest of the season at the Allianz Arena?

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After spending more than three months out of action with a groin injury, Mario Gotze is back in training with Bayern Munich.