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Varela gets tattoo; Eintracht end interest

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Ex-Barcelona, Man United keeper Victor Valdes to leave Middlesbrough

Victor Valdes recorded eight clean sheets at Middlesbrough.

Middlesbrough have announced that goalkeeper Victor Valdes will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of June.

Former Barcelona and Manchester United shot-stopper Valdes joined Boro on a free transfer last summer.

The 35-year-old made 28 Premier League appearances for the club but was unable to prevent...

Jason Denayer 'regrets' involvement in brawl outside Brussels nightclub

Jason Denayer has not appeared for Manchester City's first team but has had loan spells at Celtic, Galatasaray and Sunderland.

Belgium international Jason Denayer has apologised for his behaviour after he was filmed kicking a man in the head during a fight in Brussels at the weekend, insisting he "reacted instinctively" to one of his friends being attacked.

The Manchester City defender, who spent last season on loan at relegated Sunderland, was in Belgium at the weekend and was involved in an incident outside a bar on Sunday that was caught on film.  

"I reacted instinctively," the 21-year-old was quoted as saying...

 By Zac Boyer

John Terry 'couldn't care less' over Chelsea send-off scrutiny

Ian Darke joins the FC panel to discuss the polarizing send-off of John Terry in their final match of the season.
Former Chelsea defender Ricardo Carvalho believes clubs in the Premier League are lacking a player like John Terry.
Antonio Conte is full of praise for John Terry after the Chelsea captain's final match at Stamford Bridge.
After a storied Chelsea career, John Terry delivers a heart-felt goodbye to those in attendance at Stamford Bridge.

LONDON -- John Terry has said that he "couldn't care less" about the controversy surrounding his Stamford Bridge send-off from Chelsea in the 5-1 victory over Sunderland.

Terry started the game and was subbed off in the 26th minute -- his shirt number -- then received a sustained ovation from supporters and a guard of honour from his teammates.

The plan to do that was conceived before the game, with Sunderland boss David Moyes given advance notice and goalkeeper Jordan Pickford kicking the ball out...

Man United's Guillermo Varela gets tattoo; Eintracht Frankfurt end interest

Guillermo Varela Eintracht Frankfurt
Guillermo Varela's hopes of joining Frankfurt on a permanent transfer appear to be over.

Eintracht Frankfurt have suspended on-loan Manchester United right-back Guillermo Varela after he got a tattoo against the club's advice.

Varela, 24, suffered an inflammation as the result of the tattoo and will now miss Saturday's DFB Pokal final against Borussia Dortmund.

Frankfurt also announced in a statement that they now have no interest in making the deal permanent.

He joined Frankfurt from Manchester United on a one-year loan last summer, but injuries reduced his playing time to just 10...

Newcastle sign Chelsea's Christian Atsu on four-year contract

Antonio Conte admits he's worried that Chelsea's Premier League celebrations could affect their chances of winning the FA Cup final.
Antonio Conte is full of praise for John Terry after the Chelsea captain's final match at Stamford Bridge.
Former Chelsea defender Ricardo Carvalho believes clubs in the Premier League are lacking a player like John Terry.
With the Premier League season behind us, take a look at the latest predictions of how the top 4 will shape up next season.

LONDON -- Newcastle have announced that they have completed the permanent signing of Christian Atsu from Chelsea for a reported fee of £6.2 million.

Atsu becomes Rafa Benitez's first signing of the summer subject to a work permit, after scoring five goals in 32 appearances on loan at St James' Park last season to help Newcastle achieve automatic promotion back to the Premier League.