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  • RUMOURS: Manchester United ready to break the bank for Griezmann

    RUMOURS: Manchester United ready to break the bank for Griezmann

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    RUMOURS: Manchester United ready to break the bank for Griezmann

    After making a big move for Paul Pogba last summer, the Red Devils are ready to do the same this year to capture another France star …

  • VIDEO: Is Guardiola obsessed with Messi?

    VIDEO: Is Guardiola obsessed with Messi?

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    VIDEO: Is Guardiola obsessed with Messi?

    The Manchester City boss has been forced to answer a series of questions on the Barcelona forward, but will he be signing the Argentine forward? …

  • Diego Costa back in favour after making peace with Conte

    Diego Costa back in favour after making peace with Conte

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    Diego Costa back in favour after making peace with Conte

    Diego Costa could be back in the Chelsea starting line-up against Hull on Sunday after he made up with the Premier League leaders' manager Antonio Conte, British media reported Wednesday. The 28-year-old striker -- whose 14 goals this season has spurred Chelsea to a seven-point lead at the top of the table -- was pictured at the club's training ground hugging fitness coach Julio Tous, with whom apparently he had a row last week over the level of his fitness and amid reports of a big-money …

  • RUMOURS: Xabi Alonso set for retirement

    RUMOURS: Xabi Alonso set for retirement

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    RUMOURS: Xabi Alonso set for retirement

    The former Real Madrid midfielder has informed the Bayern Munich hierarchy of his decision, with reports suggesting he will join the club's board …

  • Man City's Kolarov refuses to give up title hopes

    Man City's Kolarov refuses to give up title hopes

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    Man City's Kolarov refuses to give up title hopes

    (Reuters) - Manchester City still have a chance of winning the Premier League title this season, defender Aleksandar Kolarov said, despite Pep Guardiola's men sliding 10 points behind leaders Chelsea after 21 games. City slipped to fifth position after Sunday's 4-0 thrashing at Everton but will hope to get back to winning ways when they host second-placed Tottenham Hotspur this weekend. "I still think the title race will go to the very last day and we have to make sure we're involved," …