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Corrigan: Real romp without Ronaldo

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David de Gea issues Manchester United a buyout clause ultimatum

As the 2015 January transfer promises to provide a few more meaningful transfers, take a look back at the best transfers of last year's winter transfer window, including Arsenal bust Kim Kallstrom.

The winter window is still open, and that means the LIVE transfer blog swings back into action. Find out the latest news, gossip and deals here.

TOP STORY: De Gea to insist on buyout clause?

Those pesky rumours surrounding David De Gea just won't go away ... the Mirror reported that while the Spanish goalkeeper might sign a new Manchester United contract, his advisors are apparently insisting upon a buyout release clause being inserted into any deal offered up by Old Trafford.

With United set to...

Dortmund begin their 2015 relegation battle with a draw vs. Leverkusen

Schalke secured a 1-0 win against Hannover despite losing Klaas-Jan Huntelaar to a red card, while Borussia Dortmund slipped to the cellar of the Bundesliga with a 0-0 draw at Leverkusen.

Borussia Dortmund sit last in the Bundesliga after the first matchday of 2015. After SC Freiburg beat Eintracht Frankfurt 4-1, only a win would have gotten BVB back from last place. Easier said than done against a team of the calibre of Bayer Leverkusen.

It was a well-earned point in a tie that wasn't one for the football purists. Last season's vice-champions had the worst pass-completion rate since data began to be recorded with 46 percent. Admittedly, not nice to watch, yet intentional as Nuri...

 By Tim Vickery

Copa Libertadores qualifying rounds place 4 former champs under pressure

Tite has returned to Corinthians for a third spell in charge of the Brazilian giants.

It's going to be a cruel summer for six South American teams.

The Copa Libertadores, the continent's Champions League, is about to kick off with a brief qualifying round.

Twelve teams go into it, six will go through to the group stage. The other six are out of the running by the second week of February -- before carnival, and long before Autumn. They have missed out on what promises to be the most intriguing Copa Libertadores of recent times.

The field this year does not contain a single debutant,...

 By Nick Ames

Equatorial Guinea's feel-good story soured by dubious penalty

Security guards separate referee Rajindraparsad Seechurn from Tunisia's players at the end of Saturday's quarterfinal.

BATA, Equitorial Guinea -- At least the security forces in Estadio de Bata had ample warning.

It had been clear for over half an hour that there was no chance of the Tunisians going quietly, and when Rajindraparsad Seechurn blew the final whistle it was time to move fast. First it was Seechurn himself who took off, sprinting towards the tunnel as a line of players in white kits pursued. They were not going to stop and, for a couple of heart-in-mouth moments, it seemed as if the force of their ire...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Cart driver nearly runs over DR Congo player Gabriel Zakuani

DR Congo's Gabriel Zakuani, right, vies with Congo midfielder Delvin Ndinga on Saturday.

Poor Gabriel Zakuani. The DR Congo player went down with an injury during his country's big win over rivals Congo on Saturday, so they called to the sideline for some treatment.

Big mistake.

When the cart came on the pitch to ferry off Zakuani, the not-so-cautious driver added insult to the defender's injury and game him a bump:

And although the Peterborough United player did have to be replaced thanks to the injury suffered beforehand, he was able to joke about his "traffic accident" later on...

Sacramento Republic showing MLS ambition by getting 49ers involved

Sacramento's mayor Kevin Johnson, left, along with Kings owner Vivek Ranadive, right, and San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York hope to bring MLS to the city.

Back when Kevin Johnson was an NBA point guard, it was his job to make connections with his teammates, spread the wealth, bring competing egos together and ultimately lead his team to a winning outcome. As mayor of Sacramento, he's taken a similar approach in bringing the city's MLS expansion candidate, the Sacramento Republic, to the brink of success.

In the last two days, Johnson has helped broker deals that have brought the Sacramento Kings' ownership and the family of San Francisco 49ers owner...