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Arsenal Marotta Move

Arsenal have reportedly offered outgoing Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta a €3.5m salary to become their new CEO. According to Tuttosport, Marotta is unlikely to take a sabbatical when he officially leaves Juve on October 25 and has already received a significant proposal from Arsenal. The Gunners’ offer would come in at €500,000 more than the salary Inter reportedly prepared

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MANCITY GO PUMA

Major League Soccer’s New York City only team exempt from extensive technical partnership. Premier League champions Manchester City’s reported new kit supply deal with Puma will cover all clubs in their parent company City Football Group’s (CFG) ownership portfolio – with the exception of New York City. The English soccer giants are widely reported to have agreed a technical partnership

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Liverpool Sign Fabinho

Liverpool have signed midfielder Fabinho from Monaco for a fee of up to €50million  (£43.7millon). The 24-year-old Brazilian will likely replace Emre Can, who is expected to leave with his contract expiring, and play the number six role as midfield anchor in Jurgen Klopp’s team. After the deal was announced, Fabinho said: “I am really excited about this move. “This is something that I

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Ozil Super Fan

Arsenal star Mesut Ozil has sent a personal message to two Indian parents who have named their son after him. Inzaman-Ul-Haq and Fida Sanam have named their little boy Mehd Ozil. The Gunners sent staff out to Kerala in the country’s south to pass on Ozil’s best wishes to the family and film them discussing their favourite player. The Germany star wrote on Twitter:

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Rooney Struggles

Wayne Rooney “struggles” against the top sides, according to his Everton manager Sam Allardyce. England’s record goalscorer has been deployed in midfield in recent weeks by Allardyce, and was replaced inside an hour on Saturday as the Toffees ground out a turgid 0-0 draw at home to Liverpool. Rooney was far from happy with the substitution, clearly venting his frustration

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Napoli Fight To The End

Amadou Diawara has promised Napoli will “fight until the bitter end” in the Serie A title race after his first league goal kept Maurizio Sarri’s men within four points of Juventus. It looked as though Napoli would slip up on Sunday as they trailed Chievo at home, having earlier missed a penalty through Dries Mertens, but they kept going and

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Winning Long Balls

Danilo was saddened by Manchester City’s dramatic defeat to Manchester United on Saturday and accused Jose Mourinho’s side of snatching victory through “long balls”. City went into the clash at the Etihad Stadium knowing a win would see them crowned Premier League champions, but they went down 3-2 in a first home defeat of the season in all competitions. Pep

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