Spain

Friday, February 5, 2016

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Although the Colombia international was sold for a profit, he scored only three goals for the Argentine's outfit in a spell that will be remembered as one of unfulfilled promise.

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The three superstar forwards were all born on February 5, but which of them would you choose to share a slice of cake with?

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The Portuguese star had the last laugh but not before some neat hoop-shooting from Isco as the Blancos players enjoyed a bit of basketball.

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The Brazilian, 24 on Friday, would be a perfect successor to the fading Portuguese, who is 31 on the same day, writes Ben Hayward.

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The former Barcelona boss, who will take over at Manchester City in the summer, has called for an end to questions regarding his decision to make the move to England.

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The Real Madrid ace snubbed the Barcelona right-back over comments made in the media but the Brazilian has claimed they were misinterpreted.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

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The reported $210 million bid for one of the world's star players might have been a bold move, but it also overlooks the real issues at Old Trafford, says Kris Voakes.

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The 27-year-old joined Stamford Bridge in a £32 million deal in 2014 and admitted earlier this season that he would be open to returning to his former club.

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One of the hottest properties of last summer's European transfer market has decamped to China for a staggering fee with plenty of questions left unanswered at Atletico Madrid.

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The Barcelona forward's father confirms that Louis van Gaal's side made an audacious attempt to sign his son last summer in what would have been a world-record deal.

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Victory over Lorient saw the French champion extend its unbeaten run to 33 games, beating the nation's record, but how does it compare with the rest of Europe's best streaks?

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After drawing a blank in his last four appearances for Arsenal, the German has now been overtaken, while Tottenham fans may be surprised to see Roberto Soldado in the top 10.

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The former Liverpool striker insists there is no chance of the Brazil international leaving the Spanish champions despite reported interest from Real Madrid and Manchester United.