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Mourinho takes a dig at Neville and Scholes managerial careers

Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has aimed a dig at the club’s former players Gary Neville and Paul Scholes for their failed stints in management. “They go to football clubs, and after two months, ‘goodbye, let’s go home because this is not right for us’. So there are things… you have it, or you don’t have it,” Mourinho said.

Lacazette helps Arsenal win UEL Semis 1st leg

Alexandre Lacazette scored twice as Arsenal came from behind at Emirates Stadium to win the first leg of their Europa League semi-final against Valencia.

Pedro hands Chelsea away goal advantage against Eintracht

Pedro scored an away goal as Chelsea recovered from an early setback against Eintracht Frankfurt to set up an exciting Europa League semi-final return leg at Stamford Bridge.

Casillas expected to retire after heart attack

Porto are expecting goalkeeper Iker Casillas to retire from football after he suffered a heart attack in training.

Monaco put £21.5m price tag on Falcao

Monaco are reportedly holding out for an offer of £21.5m from Inter Milan for wantaway striker Radamel Falcao

Real Madrid to secure Hazard’s signing at the end of season

Real Madrid will announce the signing of Chelsea’s Belgium playmaker Eden Hazard, 28, as soon as the current campaign finishes.

Man United willing to pay half of Sanchez’s salary should he leave the club

Manchester United are willing to pay half of Chile forward Alexis Sanchez’s £26m salary if manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decides to offload the 30-year-old in the summer.

Man City’s Danilo agrees to contract terms with Inter Milan

Manchester City’s Brazil defender Danilo, 27, has agreed a “four to five-year” contract at Inter Milan worth 3.5m euros per year.

Bayern Munich manager, Kovac, wary of relegation-battling Hannover

Niko Kovac has warned his Bayern Munich players to be on their guard against relegation-battling Hannover as an unpredictable Bundesliga league battle reaches its final stage.

Atletico Madrid make move for City’s Otamendi

Atletico Madrid have made contact with Manchester City’s Nicolas Otamendi over a move for the 31-year-old Argentine defender.

Brendan Rodgers sends warning to Guardiola’s City

Brendan Rodgers has warned Manchester City that his Leicester City side are capable of having a good result against Pep Guardiola’s high-flying side.

Arsenal look to Getafe’s Djene to solve defensive issues

Arsenal have added Getafe defender Djene to their list of summer transfer targets.

Qatar reconsider investment PSG following UCL woes

Qatar is reconsidering its commitment to Paris St-Germain following the club’s failure to make any significant progress in the Champions League.

Mancini speaks on Klopp and Pochettino’s trophyless streak

Roberto Mancini claims Mauricio Pochettino and Jurgen Klopp ‘would’ve already been killed’ in Italy for going five years and three years respectively without winning a trophy.

Abrahimovich uninterested in selling Chelsea

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has no interest in selling the club despite fresh speculation linking Britain’s richest man, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, with a takeover.

Real Madrid and Liverpool chase Frankfurt’s Jovic

Real Madrid and Liverpool have been told they will have to pay €70m to sign Eintracht Frankfurt striker Luka Jovic this summer

Liverpool fans want Messi banned for 2nd leg

Liverpool fans have started an online petition to try to get Barcelona forward Lionel Messi banned for the second leg of their Champions League semi-final for allegedly punching Reds midfielder Fabinho.

Villareal’s Chukwueze dreams EPL move

Villarreal winger Samuel Chukwueze has revealed he still dreams of playing in the Premier League after seeing a potential switch to Arsenal fall through.

Mourinho takes a dig at Neville and Scholes managerial careers

Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has aimed a dig at the club’s former players Gary Neville and Paul Scholes for their failed stints in management. “They go to football clubs, and after two months, ‘goodbye, let’s go home because this is not right for us’. So there are things… you have it, or you don’t have it,” Mourinho said.

Manchester City becomes world’s most valuable club

Manchester City have become the most valuable Premier League club, climbing above Manchester United and breaking the £2bn barrier, according to academics.

 

 

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