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 Posted by Chris Wright
43 minutes ago

Touching moment as Klopp and Kagawa reunite at Dortmund

With the 6.3 million pound deal going through over the weekend, Shinji Kagawa was once again unveiled as a Borussia Dortmund player on deadline day having reunited with coach Jurgen Klopp following a fairly unhappy two-year stint at Manchester United.

The mutual glee was apparent when the two were filmed meeting for the first time since Kagawa's return to BVB on Monday, with Klopp offering up a huge bearhug to the man he never wanted to let go of in the first place.

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 Posted by Chris Wright
about an hour ago

Reporter uses vanishing spray to keep rowdy fans at bay

Quite why is beyond us, but it seems that it has become a twice-yearly tradition for certain supporters to head down to their club's training ground and harass Sky Sports' phalanx of roving reporters on transfer deadline day -- from roughly 8am in the morning until gone midnight.

Speaking directly to camera with a gaggle of excitable football fans jostling you from behind is fraught with danger, especially before the watershed, so hats off to QPR correspondent Gary Cotterill who made novel use o...

 Posted by Dermot Corrigan
2 hours ago

Despite criticism, Real Madrid will continue signing big stars

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe analyses the moves Real Madrid have made in the transfer window, which have been unpopular with some of their star players.

Sunday's shock 4-2 defeat at Real Sociedad set alarm bells ringing for many at and around Real Madrid, and lead to renewed questioning of the transfer policy of Blancos president Florentino Perez.

Without the departed Xabi Alonso and Angel Di Maria the Madrid midfield completely lacked balance, while new galacticos James Rodriguez and Toni Kroos were totally overrun as a 2-0 lead was blown in the most embarrassing of circumstances.

That defeat at Anoeta added to disquiet building over recent wee...

 Posted by James Horncastle
3 hours ago

Transfer grades for the elite clubs across Europe this summer

It has been a busy summer of transfer activity, with Europe's elite spending vast amounts of cash to improve their sides post-World Cup. Here's how they all did.

NOTE: These grades are not in relation to each other. Instead they are in regard to the club's needs, objectives and relative capabilities.

SPAIN

Toni Kroos and James Rodriguez were purchased to help Real Madrid dominate beyond Spain's borders.
James Rodriguez and Toni Kroos are now galacticos.

Real Madrid - Grade: B+

James's Rodriguez's star was in the ascendancy this summer and, in true Florentino Perez style, Real had to have a galactico. It was a zeitgeist spur of the moment sig...

 Posted by Julien Laurens
4 hours ago

Ligue 1 left in tatters after high-profile transfer exits

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reveals all the inside information on Radamel Falcao's move to Manchester United.

Summers in French football can't always feel like Christmas. After the arrivals of Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimovic in 2012 and Edinson Cavani, Radamel Falcao and James Rodriguez following a year later, something had to give. This summer, Ligue 1 has given massively!

Monaco have gone from spending millions, to austerity; PSG are tied up by Financial Fair Play; Marseille had to sell before buying; Lille have been cautious; Rennes have gone for quantity (10 players from nine different nationali...

 Posted by Andy Brassell
5 hours ago

Monaco's ambitious dream fades with Radamel Falcao exit

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reveals all the inside information on Radamel Falcao's move to Manchester United.

May 31, 2013 was a day full of vivid imagery, like some long-lost off-cuts from classic 1980s Scorsese films. Radamel Falcao wore a pink blazer and a cravat, as if he had steered his own personal yacht into Le Rocher (as the locals call Monte Carlo) and subsequently strode ashore to commence business. Newly-promoted but remaining one of the blue chip names in French football history, Monaco were climbing several strata higher from an already perpetually privileged status. Falcao's 60 million eur...