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Blog - The Scout's Notebook

Liverpool target Mathew Ryan ready to progress to the next level

Mathew Ryan has experience playing at the World Cup for Australia and has been linked with a move to the Premier League with Liverpool.

Mathew Ryan has put in plenty of solid performances in helping Australia to reach the final of the Asian Cup. The goalkeeper, linked with Liverpool, has been ever-present and is likely to have a key role if Australia are to win the trophy on home soil.

Born in the Sydney suburb of Plumpton, New South Wales, Ryan began his training at the nearby club Blacktown City before joining the youth setup of the A-League side Central Coast Mariners. He was signed to a professional contract for the start of...

Aleksandar Dragovic: The lowdown on Manchester United's transfer target

Could Aleksandar Dragovic earn a move to Old Trafford?

Background: Aleksandar Dragovic

With the futures of Chris Smalling, Jonny Evans and Phil Jones still uncertain, Manchester United are thought to be on the lookout for new centre-backs, and in recent days Dynamo Kiev's Austrian international Aleksandar Dragovic has been heavily linked with the club.

Dragovic was born in the Austrian capital of Vienna to Serbian parents and he began his football education at Austria Vienna, the city's and country's second-most-successful club. He made his first-team...

 By Lee Roden

Gabriel Paulista: What can Arsenal expect from Brazilian defender?

Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger is hopeful of a deal for Villarreal defender Gabriel Paulista.

Background: Gabriel Armando "Paulista" de Abreu

Though born in the southern city of Sao Paulo, Gabriel learned his trade with Esporte Clube Vitoria in Bahia, north east Brazil. The academy product was promoted to the club's first team in 2010 and soon found himself dropped in at the deep end, playing out of position at right back against a Neymar-led Santos in the 2010 Copa do Brasil final. Vitoria lost 3-2 over two legs; Neymar scoring one of the goals and missing a penalty.

The young defender...

 By Lee Roden

Martin Odegaard: All about Real Madrid's Norwegian wonderkid

Martin Odegaard is the youngest player ever to play in a Euro qualifier.
Martin Odegaard is the youngest player ever to play in a Euro qualifier.

To fully grasp Martin Odegaard's age, consider the fact that he wasn't alive the last time Norway featured in a World Cup. Born little more than 16 years ago in Drammen, a small city southwest of Oslo, he was five months too late to be alive for his nation's run to the last 16 of France 98, though father Hans Erik certainly was. A midfielder for Stromsgodset between 1993 and 2003, Hans Erik is now better known as the man who took young Martin on a very public road show of Europe's top clubs throughout...

Brozovic dubbed 'Croatian Xavi,' but is he up to scratch for Arsenal?

Marcelo Brozovic has been likened to Barcelona star Xavi.

Arsenal's ongoing -- seemingly perpetual -- injury crisis has seen them linked to a number of players during the January transfer window. One of the strongest links, albeit one largely propagated by the player and his agent, has been to Dinamo Zagreb's Croatian international midfielder Marcelo Brozovic.

The 22-year-old began his career in his native Zagreb at Hrvatski Dragovoljac. He worked his way up through the youth ranks before debuting in 2010 at the age of 17 and impressed sufficiently...

The Scout's Notebook: Man City and Juventus target Bozhidar Kraev

Bozhidar Kraev
Attacking midfielder Bozhidar Kraev has been linked to a whole host of European clubs, including Manchester City and Juventus.

Just six months after making his professional debut for Levski Sofia, Bozhidar Kraev is already attracting the attention of major European clubs. With the Bulgarian season currently on a winter break, the 17-year-old has taken the opportunity to go on trial at a couple of Champions League sides. Juventus were the first to host the young attacking midfielder and last week it was Manchester City's turn.

Very few details regarding the outcome of the trial have emerged in the English press, but Kraev...