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newsfootball5 hours ago

We are all concerned at Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s struggles in front of goal, admits Mikel Arteta

With Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang struggling to find the net, Mikel Arteta has confessed that the entire club is concerned as to why the captain has struggled to find the net. The 31-year-old has netted just twice in ten games with him scoring just once in his last nine Premier League appearances.
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newsfootball6 hours ago

Philippe Coutinho has no plans to leave Barcelona in near future, claims Kia Joorabchian

Despite rumours of a potential move away, Kia Joorabchian has admitted that his client Philippe Coutinho has no plans of leaving Barcelona in the near future. The former Liverpool man has struggled to make an impression at the Camp Nou since his move but has featured heavily under Ronald Koeman.
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newsfootball6 hours ago

Memphis Depay is one of Europe’s top talents and would shine at Barcelona, proclaims Clarence Seedorf

In light of Memphis Depay being linked with a move to Barcelona, Clarence Seedorf has confessed that the Dutch forward could shine if he does sign for the Camp Nou side. The 26-year-old was close to a move over the summer window but the La Liga’s salary rules prevented the deal from taking place.
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newsfootballa day ago

Up to Antonio Conte to evaluate and then make decision on Christian Eriksen, claims Giuseppe Marotta

In light of rumours over Christian Eriksen’s future, Inter Milan chief executive Giuseppe Marotta has admitted that the final decision will be left to Antonio Conte. The 28-year-old has endured a torrid time at the San Siro since his move in January 2020, with him struggling for playing time.
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newsfootballa day ago

Players have lost the joy of playing football without supporters, admits Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola has confessed that his players can’t revel in their victories because the fixture scheduling combined with playing in closed doors has sucked the fun out of the game. Manchester City were in 13th place but the win bumped them up five spots with the club now only six points off the top.
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newsfootballa day ago

Hard to replace Eden Hazard but players we’ve brought in have potential, proclaims Frank Lampard

Despite an impressive summer transfer window, Frank Lampard has confessed that Chelsea hasn’t found themselves a direct replacement for Eden Hazard, despite spending £220 million. The Blues signed seven players including Kai Havertz, Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech, with the trio thriving so far.
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newsfootball2 days ago

If asked to manage Derby County then that will see me retire from playing, admits Wayne Rooney

Derby County player/coach Wayne Rooney has confessed that if he is asked to become their manager on a full-time basis then it will see him retire from playing football. The former England captain is amongst the many candidates that the Rams are considering to replace the outgoing Philip Cocu.
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newsfootball2 days ago

Everton are better side compared to last season and we’re looking to improve, admits Carlo Ancelotti

With a year at Everton approaching for Carlo Ancelotti, the Italian has admitted that his side has improved a lot in the year and that their aim is to keep getting better. The Toffees had a fantastic start to the season but while results have petered off, they sit within four points off the top.
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newsfootball2 days ago

Barcelona come to terms on wage deferral that could save club upto €172 million

According to a statement released by Barcelona, the club have revealed that they have come to an agreement over a wage deferral that could save the club up to €172 million. The La Liga giants have been hit harder than most sides with them announcing losses of €97 million for the 2019/20 season.
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newsfootball2 days ago

Don’t listen to rumours because I’m proud of what we’re doing at Southampton, proclaims Ralph Hasenhuttl

In lieu of the speculation linking him with a move away, Ralph Hasenhuttl has confessed that he has no plans of leaving as he is proud of the work they’re doing at Southampton. The Austrian has worked wonders at the St Mary’s and it has seen him linked with a move to some of Europe’s biggest sides.
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