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Liverpool Keen On AC Milan Goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma

By Scott Taylor
Gianluigi Donnarumma is reportedly being scouted by Premier League giants Liverpool. The AC Milan, 16, currently plays for the Serie ‘A’ sides’ reserve team where he has made five appearances so far this season. 185 more words


Wales boss Coleman: Bale won’t quit Real Madrid for Manchester United

By Jamie Thomas.

Chris Coleman has backed Gareth Bale to snub a return to the English Premier League in favour of remaining at Real Madrid this summer. 514 more words


Rooney reveals how Van Gaal changed his role in the team

Wayne Rooney revealed that his role as a striker is more disciplined with Louis van Gaal now at the helm at Manchester United.

On Sky Sports, Gary Neville described Rooney as the silent dominator following the win over City in April, when Rooney had the least amount of touches (35) in a Premier League game for United. 520 more words


Van Gaal challenges Woodward to get him a title winning team

Louis van Gaal has challenged the Manchester United board to get him a team that can win the Premier League title next season.

Van Gaal in his first year has managed to get the Old Trafford outfit back into the Champions League, after spending £150 million last summer on six new players.  205 more words


United target Otamendi ready to quit Valencia

Manchester United may have had a pretty solid defence on record in the Premier League this season but the truth is that is mainly down to the brilliance of our goalkeeper David de Gea and what we have missed more than anything is a real top class centre back. 550 more words


Rooney - We're Not That Far Away

In an interview that was aired on Sky Sports Wayne Rooney sat down with Class of 92 graduate and former Reds skipper Gary Neville to discuss a number of subjects. 835 more words

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FIFA ethics committee bans 11 current, former officials from all football-related activities

In a statement made by FIFA, football’s world governing body announced it has banned 11 individuals, all either current or former FIFA officials, “from carrying out any football-related activities on a national and international level” after they were indicted in a U.S. 282 more words

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