South America

Friday, May 15, 2015

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The Brazil international says his Wolfsburg team-mate can go right to the top of the game and insists there are few better places to be than the Allianz Arena

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South American football was hit by another controversial incident in the continent's biggest game when River players were attacked with an irritant

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The Copa Libertadores last-16 second leg was brought to a premature end after the visiting players were sprayed with a substance as they emerged for the second half

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The Argentine says that his players must understand that he will be ruthless in his transfer dealings as he analyses the season and seeks to continue his five-year plan

Thursday, May 14, 2015

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The Uruguayan trained separately from the squad on Thursday as he nurses a complaint in his left thigh, while Dani Alves also worked away from the main group

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The Catalan says that the Blaugrana would be powerless to prevent one of the star trio departing if they wanted to accept the bigger salaries on offer elsewhere

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To date the two big-name summer arrivals have set Manchester United back the best part of €125 million, and given their decidedly meagre output the figures only get worse

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The defender backed his team-mate and coach Carlo Ancelotti after Real Madrid were dumped out of the Champions League

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The Uruguayan was banned for racially abusing the France left-back during their time in the Premier League and they are set to cross paths again in the Champions League final

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The club are reportedly against sacking the Chilean and will instead allow him to oversee a summer overhaul which will include chasing targets Paul Pogba and Kevin De Bruyne

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The Argentine striker is relishing the prospect of facing the Catalans and their talisman and has praised the tactical approach of Massimiliano Allegri

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

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The 31-year-old has been released from his contract at San Siro and is expected to make his loan spell with Santos permanent

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Palermo vice-president Guglielmo Micicche has insisted the Old Lady could still sign the Argentine striker despite a lack of recent talks

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SPECIAL REPORT: The Old Lady do not want to lose both of their key players in the same transfer window, so their top scorer could have a big say in the Frenchman's potential sale