Barcelona center-back Samuel Umtiti appears to be at the exit door at Camp Nou, after refusing to adjust his wage demands in the most recent round of talks with the Barcelona boardroom, according to Diario Gol.
Jurgen Klopp is looking to add options to his attack in the summer and he has now identified the talented Bordeaux youngster Malcom as one of his prime targets, Daily Mail reveals.
Representatives of the seven richest clubs in the world – Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Manchester City, Juventus, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain – have recently met with FIFA officials to discuss plans for “Project Trophy”, a new form of Club World Cup, according to New York Times.
Atletico Madrid are interested in bringing back Sergio Aguero to the club, as they look to find a suitable replacement for Antoine Griezmann, who is set to join Barcelona in a €100 million transfer in the summer, according to Marca.
In December 2011, Atletico Madrid were struggling both domestically and internationally and the boardroom made a desperate, but brave decision to appoint their former player Diego Simeone as the new club manager, despite his lack of managerial experience.
Borussia Dortmund are looking for a new manager, after it became clear that Peter Stoger would not be offered a new contract at the Signal Iduna Park, and they have reportedly approached Andre Villas-Boas with an offer to become the new Dortmund manager, according to Goal.
The Real Madrid manager insists La Liga is harder to win the Champions League, saying it’s tough to maintain consistency throughout the league season.
Luis Suarez has accidentally revealed that Antoine Griezmann will join Barcelona in the summer in an interview he gave to Radio Rincon. (via Goal)
After numerous reports confirmed that Steven Gerrard will take over Rangers at the end of the season, his former England teammate and Chelsea legend Frank Lampard has revealed that he is also looking to start a managerial career in the near future.
After impressing at Crystal Palace this year, Wilfried Zaha belives he is ready for another big-money move, despite his previous failure at Manchester United, according to Goal.