Rest Of Europe

Monday, June 29, 2015

Sunday, June 28, 2015

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The Brazil star is waiting on the German champions to agree a deal with his current club Shakhtar Donetsk before he join Pep Guardiola's side

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Chievo sporting director Luca Nember has confirmed that the Bosnia international could arrive at San Siro as early as Monday

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The Juve coach said the Netherlands international almost drove him to despair at San Siro and rejected claims he fell out with the Italian midfielder

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The left-back, who recently said some players in England are signed for a "sick amount of money", has been in talks with the Reds for some weeks is expected to seal a move soon

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The Manchester United manager was by a reporter from a Spanish television channel but the Dutchman declined to discuss the club's transfer business

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The Welshman has praised the coach for his leadership and believes the 63-year-old offers a close experience to how the club was run before David Moyes' arrival

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The Barcelona presidential hopeful believes the Serie A champions will sell the midfielder, but wants the club to wait until after the election process before making a move

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The Old Trafford assistant says the Dutchman has the ability to excite supporters in a way the Red Devils fans have been yearning for since the Portuguese forward left

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The likes of Sergio Ramos, Bastian Schweinsteiger & Morgan Schneiderlin have all been linked with moves to Old Trafford, and Giggs says the club need "proven winners" this summer

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The Turkey international said not all of the transfer rumours about him are "entirely correct" but admitted that he is set to leave the Vicente Calderon

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The former San Siro favourite believes that the powerful Frenchman will provide Roberto Mancini's men with exactly what they are missing in midfield

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Despite being persistently linked with a move away for much of the last year, the Uruguayan's future looks more than ever to be with Paris Saint-Germain

Saturday, June 27, 2015

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Substitute Robin Quaison and Oscar Hiljemark ensured their side's passage to the European Championships final after John Guidetti and Simon Tibbling scored in the first half

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Goals from Oscar Hiljemark, John Guidetti, Simon Tibbling and Robin Quaison were enough to put Hakan Ericson's side's through to Tuesday's final, as Jess Thorup's Danes head home

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The Wolfsburg striker has been in the headlines in recent weeks, firstly joking that he is set to run as Danish Prime Minister before heading out on a fishing trip