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Turan not leaving Barca for China - agent


A-League: Santalab stays with Wanderers


Valencia coach Gary Neville gets support of former president Salvo

Gary Neville feels both he and Valencia must do their talking on the pitch, rather than press conferences.

Former Valencia president Amadeo Salvo says Gary Neville has had to endure a tough start as manager and backed owner Peter Lim to return the club to former glories.

Salvo was Los Che president from 2013 to 2015, playing a key role in bringing in Lim, before leaving last summer along with sporting director Francisco Rufete and assistant Roberto Ayala.

That left first-team coach Nuno Espirito Santo as the only senior figure at the club with experience of top level football, and the Portuguese...

Manchester United's Anthony Martial inspired by Ronaldo and Ronaldinho

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says considering the mistakes Man United and Chelsea made in the match, neither team deserved a win.

Manchester United forward Anthony Martial has said that Brazil legends Ronaldo and Ronaldinho were two of his inspirations.

Martial, 20, explained other major role model was his brother Johan, a former France under-20 international who now plays for Troyes.

But the France international, who signed for United from Monaco for a fee that could rise to £57.6 million, said he was an admirer of two of Brazil's 2002 World Cup winners.

Anthony Martial has scored nine goals for Manchester United in all competitions this season.

Striker Ronaldo won the Ballon d'Or twice and played for Barcelona,...

Sir Alex Ferguson rates Pochettino as Prem's best - Tottenham MP Lammy

Mauricio Pochettino admits his side are in a good position in the Premier League and insists he believes his players can fight for the title.

Sir Alex Ferguson rates Mauricio Pochettino as the best manager in the Premier League, according to the MP for Tottenham.

Pochettino has transformed Tottenham into a side capable of challenging for the title this season, with Spurs currently second in the Premier League table and five points behind leaders Leicester City.

Spurs have the best goal difference and defensive record in the top flight, and former United boss Ferguson has taken note of Pochettino's work, according to MP and Spurs fan David...

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David Beckham ready to sell Miami United FC shares to fund team - report

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David Beckham is reportedly shopping shares in his proposed Miami-based MLS team.

David Beckham is shopping around shares in Miami United FC in order to help fund the proposed Major League Soccer franchise, even if that means the former Manchester United and LA Galaxy player might not be a majority owner, according to a report in the Miami Herald.

Former England captain Beckham has spent the last six months trying to find equity partners to help cover the estimated $300 million in funds required to secure a stadium site, build out a front office and sign players to the club,...

Barcelona star Arda Turan's agent denies reports of Chinese bid

Arda Turan has already had an impact in Catalonia.

Barcelona playmaker Arda Turan is not set for a €100 million transfer to Chinese club Beijing Guoan this month, the Turkey international's agent has confirmed.

Turan joined Barca from Atletico Madrid for an initial fee of €37m, plus €4m in add-ons, but was unable to make his debut for the club until January due to their FIFA-imposed transfer ban.

Turkish paper Haberturk had claimed that the 29-year-old was being offered a bumper deal to become the latest European based star to...

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Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny happy with 'best season,' wants to improve

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says February will be a big month for Arsenal, one that could define their season.

Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny says he is playing the best football of his career and is grateful that he is being recognised by his peers as one of the top defenders in the Premier League.

Koscielny, 30, was relatively unknown in England when he arrived from Lorient for £10 million in July 2010 after playing just one season in France's top flight.

He has made steady progress, however, becoming a first-choice centre-back for France and helping Arsenal win the FA Cup in each of the past two seasons.