France

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

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The left-back has been allowed to move to Serie A after the French champions moved closer to securing Layvin Kurzawa as his replacement

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The head coach is thrilled to see his side close in on the signing of the Monaco star after agreeing a deal proved to be a difficult task

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The Monaco full-back has been drafted in as a late replacement for the injured Barcelona star ahead of the Chevrolet Brasil Global Tour fixtures with Costa Rica and USA

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The French champions are nearing a deal for the 22-year-old France left-back, with a fee of around €25 million expected to be agreed

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The vice-president is unfazed by his side's exit in the qualifying stages of the tournament, and remains firm that the club does not need the revenue generated by player sales

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The Ligue 1 champions are hopeful of signing the Wolfsburg man for €80 million in 2016 - get all the latest rumours with Transfer Talk

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

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Find out who starred and who failed to impress in the Champions League second-leg playoff clash between the French and Spanish sides at the Stade Louis II on Tuesday night

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The striker's sublime chipped effort just four minutes in saw the visitors through - despite a spirited fightback from the hosts featuring goals from Andrea Raggi and Elderson

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The principality club were beaten 3-1 on aggregate in the first leg and face the Spanish side in the second leg at Stade Louis II on Tuesday evening in the deciding tie

Monday, August 24, 2015

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The Arsenal manager says "the story is dead" after the Real Madrid striker pledged his future to the club via Twitter earlier on Monday afternoon

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Arsenal look likely to miss out on their £45m top summer target, but they were right to focus on the Real Madrid man and ignore a hatful of other strikers who were on the market

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The Manchester United captain again looked out of sorts while Cristiano Ronaldo was frustrated by Sporting Gijon and Bayern Munich survived a very early scare

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Sinisa Mihajlovic's AC Milan look as shockingly vulnerable at the back as they were last season, while Mohamed Salah failed to turn up for Roma against Verona on Saturday