Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the whisper.
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Manolo Gabbiadini to Everton
The Daily Mirror are linking Everton with another move for Napoli striker Manolo Gabbiadini. The Toffees tried to bring the Italian to...
Five thoughts from the weekend in La Liga as Sergio Ramos' late header in the Clasico at Barcelona kept Real Madrid in control of the title race, Atletico and Sevilla missed chances to make up ground, and there was a shake-up at the bottom of the table.
1. Modric the master
Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos got the headlines, again, on Saturday afternoon as his latest last-gasp header equalised at the Camp Nou and maintained his side's six-point advantage over Barcelona in the La Liga table.
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La Liga giants to fight for Martial
Manchester United have only just made Anthony Martial the most expensive teenager in history, but the Sun believes Real Madrid and Barcelona would be ready to offer the Red Devils a profit on their investment.
The France international cost an initial £36 million, but with a further £8m arriving once he reaches 25 goals for...
BARCELONA, Spain -- This was a match in which individual skill, tactics, strategy and passion all took a backseat to mentality.
The recent history of Barcelona and Real Madrid is so dotted with footballers of five-star, luxury class -- Lamborghinis and Ferraris amid a sea of family-sized, five-door, school-run estate cars -- that we all get caught up in talking about them like they are high-performance machines.
Not mere human beings.
Because they can, in football terms, go from nought to 60 in...
Real Madrid extended their unbeaten run in all competitions to 33 matches with a 1-1 draw at Camp Nou, a result that also preserved their six-point lead over Barcelona at the top of the La Liga table. Luis Suárez opened the scoring for the home side but Sergio Ramos, once again, popped up with a late goal to save his side, powering a header past Marc-André ter Stegen in the 90th minute.
Saturday's 1-1 draw in El Clasico was hardly a classic, but for a long time Luis Suarez's header early in the second half looked enough for Barcelona to cut Real Madrid's six-point lead at the top of the table. It seemed to halt a feeling that Luis Enrique's men have lost their mojo, but Sergio Ramos denied them with a 90th-minute header.