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 By PA Sport

Midfielder Stefan Johansen leaves Celtic to move to Fulham

Stefan Johansen was named Scottish PFA player of the season for 2014-15.

Celtic midfielder Stefan Johansen has completed a move to Fulham.

Hoops manager Brendan Rodgers had earlier confirmed the 25-year-old Norwegian was on his way out of Parkhead after failing to agree a contract extension.

The move sees Johansen depart Parkhead after two-and-a-half years, having joined from Norwegian side Stromsgodset in January 2014.

Celtic announced on their website that the deal was complete, stating: "Stefan Johansen has joined English Championship club Fulham on a three-year deal."

Rodgers...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Jose Mourinho 'very humble' in taking over Man United - Sergio Romero

Jose Mourinho insists there will be no more arrivals at Manchester United this transfer window.
Jose Mourinho says Bastian Schweinsteiger is unlikely to feature as the competition in the squad is very high.
Don Hutchison says that the Europa League won't be a priority for Jose Mourinho, but believes that he will still want to win it.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho insists he's pleased his side have been handed a tough Europa League draw.

Jose Mourinho has been "very humble" at Manchester United from the start of his reign and even sent a good luck message to Sergio Romero, the reserve goalkeeper has told ESPN FC Radio in Argentina.

Former Chelsea manager Mourinho announced himself as a "special one" when he arrived in London in 2004, but Romero has seen a more caring side to the 53-year-old in Manchester.

"He is not a very complicated person. He's been very humble from day one," Romero said. "I didn't know him and he sent me a message...

 By Ben Gladwell

Palermo make Mario Balotelli offer, waiting to hear from Liverpool

ESPN FC's Alison Bender and Janusz Michallik assess the latest transfer rumours, including Wolves' interest in Mario Balotelli.

Serie A club Palermo have made an offer to Liverpool for Mario Balotelli and are now waiting to hear if their bid has been accepted, according to their vice-president Guglielmo Micciche.

Balotelli is out of favour on Merseyside and almost certain to leave before the transfer window closes next week. He has been linked with several clubs in Italy, including Crotone and Sassuolo, but Palermo have emerged as strong candidates to bring the Italian back to his birth city.

"It's a very fascinating proposition,"...

 By PA Sport

Kit Symons, Tony Roberts handed Wales coaching roles

Kit Symons last worked as manager of Fulham.

Kit Symons has rejoined national team manager Chris Coleman's coaching staff, the Football Association of Wales has announced.

Symons' return was expected following Paul Trollope's departure to focus on his head coach duties at Championship club Cardiff.

The 45-year-old former defender left the Wales set-up in the summer of 2015 after being appointed Fulham boss.

But Symons was sacked by Fulham last November after a disappointing run of results and has been out of work since.

Tony Roberts also joins...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Pescara sign ex-Liverpool forward Alberto Aquilani from Sporting

Alberto Aquilani Sporting Lisbon
Alberto Aquilani will have 30 percent of his rights retained by Sporting.

Pescara have signed former Italy international forward Alberto Aquilani from Sporting, the club confirmed on Friday.

The 32-year-old ex-Liverpool man will have 30 percent of his rights retained by the Portuguese club.

Aquilani was presented by the newly promoted Serie A side on Friday.

"I am truly happy...

 By PA Sport

Portugal being World Cup qualifying without injured Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo joins Lionel Messi as one of the only players to win the UEFA Best Player in Europe Award twice.

European champions Portugal will begin their World Cup qualifying campaign without injured Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo.

The 31-year-old is Portugal's record goal scorer but his international teammates must cope without him for the away match against Switzerland on Sept. 6.

Ronaldo continues to recover from the knee injury he sustained early in the Euro 2016 final, in a clash with France's Dimitri Payet.

Portugal coach Fernando Santos named a 24-man squad on Friday for the Switzerland trip,...