Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool Has Become More Attractive To Transfers
Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk, Bayer Leverkusen winger Julian Brandt and Leipzig midfielder Naby Keïta are among those on Jurgen Klopp's wishlist.
El Clasico Generates More Than $40M In Media Value For Sponsors
Social media made up 12 percent of that figure.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Out Until January With ACL, PCL Tear
It is unclear if United is under an obligation to honor the extended contract of Zlatan Ibrahimovic following his injury.
UCL Semifinals: Real Madrid/Atleti, Juve/Monaco
For the fourth straight year Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid will meet in the Champions League as they have been paired in the semifinals.
Real Madrid Rejects $53.5M Bid From Liverpool For Marco Asensio
Zinedine Zidane is high on Marco Asensio and is willing to let Real Madrid sell James Rodriguez in the summer in order to clear space for him.
Liverpool Uninterested In Joe Hart
City To Make Leonardo Bonucci Top Priority
Jose Mourinho: Anthony Martial 'Needs To Give Me Things I Like'
Cristiano Ronaldo: I Don't Know Who Doubts Cristiano Ronaldo
Thomas Muller: Bayern Had To Play '10 Against 14'

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What Does Carlo Ancelotti Have Left To Prove?

by Yu Miyagawa

Carlo Ancelotti's present day role is turning big clubs with big ambitions into European champions, which makes judging his year to year success relatively straightforward. Yet there is more under the surface.

Max Allegri And Juventus Build A Midfield For Europe

by Yu Miyagawa

Max Allegri begins with an appreciation for the defensive structure of a 4-4-2 before defining the qualities he envisions in specific midfield roles with the #4 (deep lying playmaker), #8 (box to box midfielder), and #10 (attacking midfielder).

Monchi's Shadows Loom Over The Roma Project

by Yu Miyagawa

Will Monchi build a Spanish side in Italy, or shape his transfer policies for Serie A? Will he move forward with Luciano Spalletti as his manager?

Possession, The Dutch 4-3-3 & Modernizing Total Football

by Yu Miyagawa

Things have been difficult for the Netherlands since the 2014 World Cup, but at least their side has a pathway to once again be at the forefront of modern soccer, in whatever form of pressing, possession, or counterattacking it takes.

Piqué's Inextinguishable Antipathy For Real Madrid

by Colin McGowan

Barça have become more like Real Madrid over the years because occupying the moral high ground doesn't feel as good as winning titles. This is what Piqué is bristling against, when he periodically plants a couple jabs into Madrid's ribs.

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