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Trending: Neymar to United 'absurd'


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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Neymar to Manchester United 'absurd,' says Jose Mourinho

Craig Burley and Mark Donaldson try to make sense of emerging rumours linking Neymar to Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno delves into Neymar's role for Brazil, focusing in on how he's matured on and off the pitch.
Neymar reveals how playing with Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez has made him a better player himself.
New Brazil captain Neymar says the team is full of high quality players, and not just himself.

MAN UNITEDManchester United boss Jose Mourinho says it will be "impossible" to take Neymar from Barcelona, and that it would be "absurd" for him to ask the Old Trafford club to try.

- Mourinho has slammed the scheduling of midseason international friendlies, saying he's "totally against" them being played.

- Mourinho joked when asked about potentially managing the Brazil national team one day that he will need "an easier job" when he eventually leaves Old Trafford.

ARSENAL: Arsenal...

 By Chris Wright

Juventus' ace prankster Dani Alves scares reporter from club TV

Ever the rascal, Dani Alves dished out one almighty jump-scare to a reporter from Juventus' own in-house television channel during a training session on Wednesday afternoon.

The J-TV journalist was presenting a piece to camera at the Vinovo when Alves came sneaking up in the background only to leap up and scare the living daylights out of the poor bloke.

 By Chris Wright

Chicago and FIFA look on funny side after Schweini's World Cup mishap

Bastian Schweinsteiger's great US adventure got off to a slightly incongruous start when the Chicago Fire midfielder was left well and truly stumped during his introductory press conference.

Indeed, the veteran was confused when a local reporter asked him whether he was hoping to score a goal in the World Cup during his time at Fire.

Of course, Fire are not an international team as defined by FIFA and Schweinsteiger has already retired from international duty with Germany -- thus making the...

Arsenal and Tottenham links with superb Leon Goretzka aren't surprising

Leon Goretzka has made 22 Bundesliga appearances this season, scoring four goals.

As Arsenal and Tottenham reportedly consider signing Schalke midfielder Leon Goretzka in the summer, they should be aware that the 22-year-old doesn't feel any urgency to leave his current club. He believes that his chances of forcing his way into the Germany squad ahead of the 2018 World Cup depend on playing regularly, which is exactly what he gets in Gelsenkirchen these days.

"If Schalke qualify for European competitions, there is a very big chance that Leon will extend his contract. He enjoys...

 By Adam Hurrey

March in review: Manchester City, Liverpool match lived up to promise

Sergio Aguero's equaliser for Manchester City drew the praise of Pep Guardiola.

It was another wildly entertaining month, full of drama and excitement; Adam Hurrey looks back at March.

Match of the month: Manchester City 1-1 Liverpool

"Today is one of the happiest days of my life", beamed Pep Guardiola after the final whistle, as if he'd taken a step back for the afternoon and enjoyed a quite incredible match as a neutral. Guardiola's pride in his players' endurance -- matching that of a typically tireless Liverpool just a few days after Champions League despair against Monaco...

 By Adam Hurrey

March in review: Leicester City begins unexpected turnaround

Leicester City's season took another surprising turn with a Champions League victory over Sevilla.

It was another wildly entertaining month, full of drama and excitement; Adam Hurrey looks back at March.

Surprise of the month: Leicester City's flagging fairytale firing up again

When this monthly review last convened, it was prepared to read the last rites to Leicester's year in the sun. The increasingly powerless Claudio Ranieri was finally let go after his side had been outmanoeuvered (but, crucially, not killed off) in Seville, Leicester's seventh defeat in nine games. Nine Premier League hours...