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Premier League 4 clubs want to sign Roma fullback
Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City are battling for Roma fullback Antonio Rudiger's signing. The 23-year-old player attracted attention last season following his move from Stuttgart. Nonetheless, any potential transfers came crashing down in the summer due to injury. Corriere dello Sport says Manchester City and Arsenal have joined Chelsea and United in the race for Rudiger ahead of January window. The fullback has made just eight appearances during this season.
Lukaku reveals details of Pogba’s Man Utd return
Romelu Lukaku has revealed that Paul Pogba was over the moon after re-joining Man Utd from Juventus for a world-record fee last summer. "I was there at the hotel when he signed for United," the Everton striker, who shares the same agent as Pogba, told Sport/Footmagazine. "There were maybe 10 people surrounding him with briefcases and contracts inside. “When everything was signed, and I’ve known Paul for many years, I’ve never seen him with that look on his face. I’d never seen him so happy. This return to United, it had nothing to do with money."
Jose Mourinho: “Manchester United want to win Europa League”
Manchester United head coach Jose Mourinho has insisted that his side want to win the Europa League this season. "The first game was difficult for us, but was also very difficult for Zorya, and I think tomorrow is more of the same. Difficult for us and also difficult for them. We know that it is a crucial match for us," he told reporters. "If we lose the match we can be out, and we don't want to be out. We want to got and win the competition. Zorya are out, but they have a match to play and I believe that they are going to try to win the match as well. We assumed from the beginning that this is an important competition for us.
Man Utd midfielder on West Ham radar
West Ham are planning a January move for Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini, according to the Daily Telegraph. The Hammers are reportedly confident of landing the Belgium international in January after indications United may be willing to sell. Fellaini’s versatility in defence and attack is believed to have attracted West Ham boss Slaven Bilic’s attention, and a move to London Stadium could materialise once the transfer window re-opens.
UNICEF’s incredible social advertisement feat. David Beckham
Tattoos are marks that often represent special memories, but millions of children bear marks they have not chosen - and that will last a lifetime. Physical, sexual and emotional abuse is widespread with millions of children around the world experiencing violence in their homes, schools, online and in their communities. Violence against children is not inevitable. It is possible to break the cycle of violence against boys and girls. UNICEF try to speak about this problem with the help of David Beckham's tattoos.
Feyenoord defender is on Europe’s biggest clubs radar
Feyenoord fullback Rick Karsdorp is being scouted by Europe's biggest clubs. According to Calciomercato.com, Arsenal and Manchester United are eyeing the defender. It's suggested Inter Milan, Bayern Munich and Monaco are also potential suitors.
Torino striker on several clubs radar
Italy international Andrea Belotti has signed a new long-term deal at Torino which includes a €100m buyout clause. The 22-year-old, who has netted 10 goals in 13 Serie A matches this term, had been linked with a string of Premier League clubs, including Tottenham, Man Utd and Liverpool. However, the striker has handed his suitors a blow by extending his stay in Turin.
Premier League clubs eye Silva
According to reports in A Bola, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and both Manchester clubs are eyeing Porto attacker Andre Silva. Premier League clubs are all understood preparing bids for the Portugal international. The 21-year-old player has a contract at the Estadio Dragao until the summer of 2012.
Premier League giants chase Porto striker
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and both Manchester clubs sent scouts to watch Porto striker Andre Silva at the weekend, according to reports in A Bola. The posse of Premier League sides are all understood to be pondering bids for the Portugal international. Silva, 21, has a contract at the Estadio Dragao until the summer of 2012.
Pogba calls his Juventus time as “best in his life”
Paul Pogba has dismissed claims he called his time at Juventus a "holiday", labelling the club the "most important" of his career. The Man Utd midfielder, who returned to Old Trafford as the world's most expensive signing after four years at Juventus, called United his "house" last week and suggested he always intended on coming back to the Premier League club. "It's my house," said Pogba. "When I left I always knew that I would come back. For me, it's just normal. It's like I went on holiday and just came back. Seriously. Nothing really changed. I'm the same person."