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Mourinho eyes summer return to management

Jose Mourinho is planning to return to management in June. The 56-year old Portuguese manager has been out of work since being dismissed by Manchester United in December, but now, after a suitable chance to recharge his batteries, he is keen to take up the managerial reins again. And, it looks like he may be after a change of scene ...

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Spurs target Inter Milan star

Tottenham are interested in signing Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic. The 30-year old Croatian World Cup star has been linked with a move away from the san Siro for some time, and there were reports that he was set to join Arsenal in the last transfer window. However, talks about a loan move came to nothing, and now it looks ...

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Lazio on verge of signing pre-contract agreement with Moreno

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Serie A side Lazio are on the verge of signing a pre-contract agreement with Liverpool full-back Alberto Moreno. That is according to Independent, who report that Moreno is set to join the Italian side in the summer, ending his 5-year stay at Anfield. Moreno moved to Liverpool from Sevilla in August 2014, but, after being first choice left-back with the ...

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Juventus offer Sanchez United escape route

Juventus are prepared to offer Alexis Sánchez an escape route out of Manchester United – but only if he accepts a substantial pay cut. The forward is on a massive £500,000  a week at Old Trafford, and United would dearly like to get him off their books, so they could use that money to reinvest in the squad. The Italian ...

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Danny Drinkwater linked with Roma move

Forgotten man Danny Drinkwater could be offered an escape route out of Chelsea by Roma. The 29-year old midfielder was part of the Leicester side that won the Premier League title three seasons ago, and subsequently followed his team mate N’Golo Kanté to Chelsea. However, unlike Kanté who has become an integral part of the Chelsea side, Drinkwater has struggled ...

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Guardiola denies Juventus links

Pep Guardiola has flatly denied claims that he is set to join Juventus in the summer. Reports in Italy have emerged suggesting that the 48-year old Spaniard is being touted as the next manager of the Serie A champions, with current incumbent Massimiliano Allegri putting talks about a new contract on hold until the end of the season. Separate reports ...

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Ranieri lined-up for caretaker role

Just a week after being sacked by Fulham, Claudio Ranieri could be set for another job. That came following the news that Eusebio Di Francesco has been sacked as the manager of Roma, following their exit from The Champions League at the hands of Porto on Wednesday night. In fact, Di Francesco’s position had been looking shaky since the weekend, ...

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Higuain not wanted back by parent club

Juventus do not want Gonzalo Higuain back. That is according to The Sun who report that the Italian Champions and Serie A leaders, who are Higuain’s parent club have no intention of welcoming him back to Turin in the summer, and will look to sell him if Chelsea decide against keeping him at Stamford Bridge. Higuain started the season on ...

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Arsenal favourites to appoint Monchi

Arsenal are the favourites to appoint highly rated Monchi as their new director of football. Monchi – real name Ramón Rodriguez Verdejo – is current the sporting director at Roma, but is being widely linked with a move away from Italy, with Arsenal, who are looking for a replacement for recently departed Head of Recruitment, Sven Mislintat, said to be ...

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Liverpool linked with move for former player

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Liverpool could be set to make a bid to sign former player Suso in the summer window. The 24-year old attacking midfielder is currently playing for AC Milan, where he has caught the eye this season in Serie A, scoring 6 goals and providing 5 assists. According to Calciomercato, the Anfield club tried to sign him in January, but were ...

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