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Aulas: Atletico lead race for Lacazette

Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has warned Arsenal to act quickly if they want to sign Alexandre Lacazette as Atletico Madrid lead the race.

Di Maria: Cavani one of the best on the planet

PSG midfielder Angel Di Maria gave fans his thoughts on a mixed season at Parc des Princes and heaped praise on his prolific teammate Edinson Cavani.

Guardiola can't await for new season

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola admits he is raring to get going in the new Premier League season and mount a real title challenge.

Messi avoids jail time, gets fine

Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi will not face time in prison for tax fraud but will instead pay a £221,000 fine, according to reports in Spain.

Wenger has questions for video assistant refs

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has welcomed the introduction of video assistant referees, but is now ruminating on how the system should be implemented.

Schneiderlin: Toffees need to improve away form

Everton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has admitted that they will need to improve their performances on the road if they want to kick-on next season.

Forsberg responds to Leipzig chief

RB Leipzig winger Emil Forsberg's agent has hit back at club CEO Oliver Mintzlaff, calling him 'arrogant' for the way he responded to the player's wishes to move.

Fabinho tempted by United interest

Monaco midfielder Fabinho has admitted that he would have to think about a move to Manchester United after being heavily linked with the Premier League club.

Bakayoko approach disappoints Wilkins

Chelsea's reported hunt to sign Monaco midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko has disappointed former assistant coach Ray Wilkins who wants to see Nathaniel Chalobah promoted.

Salah perfect for Liverpool

Former Liverpool star Luis Garcia believes Mohamed Salah is exactly the kind of player the Merseyside need to step up to the next level.

Four changes for Springboks

South Africa have made four changes to their starting line-up that will face France in the third and final Test at Ellis Park on Saturday.
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