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  • 10 Things to Know for Today

    10 Things to Know for Today

    Associated Press
    10 Things to Know for Today

    Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: …

  • Lukaku eyes move away from Everton to 'win titles'

    Lukaku eyes move away from Everton to 'win titles'

    AFP News
    Lukaku eyes move away from Everton to 'win titles'

    Belgium forward Romelu Lukaku said he is considering a move away from Everton to increase his chances of winning trophies. Speaking to Britain's Daily Star newspaper, Lukaku did not rule out remaining with the Toffees but said "I want to win titles" in a hint that he sees his future away from Goodison Park. Having joined Chelsea from Anderlecht in 2011, he never managed to win a regular starting spot and moved to Everton, initially on loan, in 2013. …

  • Gotze warned he will not be first choice under Ancelotti

    Gotze warned he will not be first choice under Ancelotti

    Omnisport
    Gotze warned he will not be first choice under Ancelotti

    Liverpool may have been handed a boost in their pursuit of Mario Gotze, who has been told he will not be a key player at Bayern Munich. …

  • Guardiola will transform Man City, predicts Ancelotti

    Guardiola will transform Man City, predicts Ancelotti

    Reuters
    Guardiola will transform Man City, predicts Ancelotti

    (Reuters) - Incoming manager Pep Guardiola will give Manchester City a new identity, replicating the possession-based football that was the hallmark of his trophy-laden stint with Barcelona, according to his Bayern Munich successor Carlo Ancelotti. Guardiola, who will replace Manuel Pellegrini at City in July, made a stunning start to his managerial career as his immensely successful four-year spell at Barcelona yielded 14 trophies, including two Champions League titles. The 45-year-old's …

  • Courtois: If nothing strange happens, I will continue at Chelsea

    Courtois: If nothing strange happens, I will continue at Chelsea

    Omnisport
    Courtois: If nothing strange happens, I will continue at Chelsea

    Thibaut Courtois has reiterated his intention to remain at Chelsea next season, and is determined to win the Premier League again. …