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Zidane won't manage Real; Robinho's ridiculous Flamengo demands

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford this summer, and ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses potential of life without De Gea for Louis van Gaal.
Sorry, Zizou. It won't be you who takes over once Carlo Ancelotti departs.

The rumours are gaining momentum and, in many instances, credibility. Transfer Talk has the latest news as the summer window nears.

Zidane not the answer once Ancelotti is pushed out

Life isn't easy at Real Madrid.

After guiding Los Blancos to La Decima last season and booking a return trip to the Champions League semifinals this campaign, Carlo Ancelotti is on the outs at the Bernabeu, reports Marca.

That may not be all that surprising for many. But what comes next, likely is.

In addition to...

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Pablo Armero departs AC Milan for Brazil giants Flamengo

Pablo Armero has not found significant minutes at AC Milan this season.

Brazilian giants Flamengo have signed Colombia left back Pablo Armero on loan from Udinese until the end of the year.

The 28-year-old defender had been playing with AC Milan, also on a loan.

He had been looking for a way out of Milan after struggling to break into the first team.

"I'm not one of those who likes to talk much about what goes on within a club, but the situation is pretty difficult at Milan because [Milan manager Filippo] Inzaghi said: 'Come here because I need you,' and I thought he...

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Flamengo's Vanderlei Luxemburgo protests ban: 'I won't shut up'

Flamengo manager Vanderlei Luxemburgo denounced Rio de Janeiro's state football federation on Friday.

Flamengo manager Vanderlei Luxemburgo covered his mouth in tape to protest the Rio de Janeiro state football federation during a Friday media session.

"I won't shut up," the former Real Madrid coach said just before fastening the gag and walking out on the gathered media.

Luxemburgo had received a two-match ban last week for stating "we need to beat up FERJ" (Rio de Janeiro's football governing body). He later criticised the organisation for being dictatorial in their attempt to censor players and...