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 By Chris Wright

Manolo Gabbiadini has his cake and can't eat it

Southampton striker Manolo Gabbiadini used the off-season to get married to his long-term partner Martina Rubini, with the pair getting hitched in the parish church of Sasso Marconi, Bologna.

As well as the usual flowers and finery, the ceremony also boasted what is quite possibly the biggest wedding cake we've ever seen.

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Crikey. That's a whole lot of cake!

Gabbiadini is going to have to hit his preseason training regime extra hard if he's going to work that monstrous thing off in time for the start...

 By Mark Worrall

Chelsea should relax on transfer front as Antonio Conte has a plan

The crew discuss Nemanja Matic's links with Manchester United and the latest Chelsea transfer rumours.
The crew discuss Nemanja Matic's links with Manchester United and the latest Chelsea transfer rumours.
The crew discuss Nemanja Matic's links with Manchester United and the latest Chelsea transfer rumours.

With just two weeks to go before Chelsea manager Antonio Conte and his players reconvene for preseason training, there is every chance that new faces will be few and far between given the club's current struggles in the transfer market.

Conte's supposed frustration with the board at the inertia led to rumours he might quit Stamford Bridge, which in turn provoked supporters to vent their angst at the situation.

At face value, these annoyances should be understandable, but in truth the reasons behind...

Matteo Darmian expendable for Man United, who still need prudent option

Matteo Darmian says it's not the right time to discuss his Manchester United future, and is instead fully focused on Italy's FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

Matteo Darmian has reportedly become a transfer target for Juventus this summer after a fairly disappointing second season at Manchester United.

Louis van Gaal brought him to Old Trafford two years ago, with most fans knowing little of him other than that he played well for Italy against England in the World Cup.

He started well at United too, with supporters prematurely hailing him as the right-back for the next five years, but it hasn't quite worked out that way.

Injuries and poor performances...

 By Terry Daley

Salah leaves Roma a rough diamond as Liverpool and Klopp spend big

The ESPN FC crew discuss where Mohamed Salah fits in at Liverpool.

When Roma presented their new coach Eusebio Di Francesco last Tuesday, sporting director Monchi decided to lay down a marker to clubs looking to plunder the Giallorossi's best talent.

The newly arrived Spaniard wants to build on the work carried out by new Inter Milan boss Luciano Spalletti, who led Roma to second in Serie A and the Champions League group stages, establishing a club record points total in the process.

"Roma is not a supermarket," he said. "Roma is a team that will represent...

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah 'perfect' for Jurgen Klopp

Former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol explains the benefits of adding Mohamed Salah for Liverpool.
Former Liverpool player John Arne Riise believes Mohamed Salah would help to take the club to the next level if they were to sign the Roma forward.

LIVERPOOL -- Mohamed Salah could become Liverpool's most expensive signing following his move from Roma, depending on exchange rates. But he should provide a considerable return on the investment, according to a former teammate.

"He's perfect for Liverpool," ex-FC Basel striker Marco Streller told ESPN FC by phone. "The football of Jurgen Klopp is exactly for him."

Salah's rise has been fast. Basel had been tracking the winger, who was playing for Arab Contractors in the Egyptian Premier League,...

 By Andy Mitten

Adnan Januzaj's departure will be a bittersweet one for Man United fans

Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop sift through rumours such as Matic to Man United, Bakayoko to Chelsea and more.
Shaka Hislop believes it is in Wayne Rooney's best interest to continue his career at a club other than Man United.
Man United fans had high hopes for Januzaj to be a first-team regular. Sadly, that future will be made elsewhere.

Adnan Januzaj will almost certainly leave Manchester United this summer, but contrary to reports, no deal has yet been done to secure his future.

Speculation linking him with Basque side Real Sociedad is well-founded; they clearly want to sign the six-time Belgian international who spent last season on loan at Sunderland. Jokin Aperribay, president of the club that finished sixth in Spain and will play European football next term, enjoys good relations with United after the two clubs met in the...