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Partey addresses Atletico Madrid's Champions League disappointment

The Ghanaian talks about their unceremonious exit from the elite European inter-club competition

Borussia Dortmund's boss admits record signing Andre Schuerrle has been a flop since his arrival in 2016 with the Germany winger linked to a loan spell at Inter Milan

Borussia Dortmund's boss admits record signing Andre Schuerrle has been a flop since his arrival in 2016 with the Germany winger linked to a loan spell at Inter Milan

Borussia Dortmund's boss admits record signing Andre Schuerrle has been a flop since his arrival in 2016 with the Germany winger linked to a loan spell at Inter Milan (AFP Photo/PATRIK STOLLARZ)

Man Utd and Chelsea target Candreva would 'love' Premier League move

The Inter winger has been heavily linked with a switch to England in the past and admits that he would welcome the opportunity at some stage

Man Utd and Chelsea target Candreva would 'love' Premier League move

The Inter winger has been heavily linked with a switch to England in the past and admits that he would welcome the opportunity at some stage

Man Utd and Chelsea target Candreva would 'love' Premier League move

The Inter winger has been heavily linked with a switch to England in the past and admits that he would welcome the opportunity at some stage

Caf Champions League: No Aduana complacency despite neutral ground advantage

The Fire Boys are leaving no stone unturned despite being handed a boost ahead of their first fixture in the continental inter-club competition

My Dream is to Win the World Cup As Coach, Says Roberto Mancini

Former Manchester City and Inter Milan coach Roberto Mancini said that he would like to coach Italy's national team, describing the possibility as an honour.

Dynamo Moscow Striker Pavel Pogrebnyak at Risk of Being Sacked After Skipping Game to Watch Juventus

​Former Fulham and Reading striker Pavel Pogrebnyak is seemingly in trouble with current club Dynamo Moscow after skipping a Russian Premier League match against Anzhi Makhachkala on 9th December to attend the high profile Serie A clash between Juventus and Inter Milan instead. According to Russian news outlet Tass, Pogrebnyak posted pictures from his trip to Italy on social media, tipping off Dynamo about where he'd been, and now faces being fined or even sacked by the club as a result. The...

Dynamo Moscow Striker Pavel Pogrebnyak at Risk of Being Sacked After Skipping Game to Watch Juventus

​Former Fulham and Reading striker Pavel Pogrebnyak is seemingly in trouble with current club Dynamo Moscow after skipping a Russian Premier League match against Anzhi Makhachkala on 9th December to attend the high profile Serie A clash between Juventus and Inter Milan instead. According to Russian news outlet Tass, Pogrebnyak posted pictures from his trip to Italy on social media, tipping off Dynamo about where he'd been, and now faces being fined or even sacked by the club as a result. The...

Dynamo Moscow Striker Pavel Pogrebnyak at Risk of Being Sacked After Skipping Game to Watch Juventus

​Former Fulham and Reading striker Pavel Pogrebnyak is seemingly in trouble with current club Dynamo Moscow after skipping a Russian Premier League match against Anzhi Makhachkala on 9th December to attend the high profile Serie A clash between Juventus and Inter Milan instead. According to Russian news outlet Tass, Pogrebnyak posted pictures from his trip to Italy on social media, tipping off Dynamo about where he'd been, and now faces being fined or even sacked by the club as a result. The...

Football transfer news and rumours: 'Man Utd bid £25m for Alexis Sanchez in attempt to steal Arsenal striker from under the nose of Man City'

Manchester United are reportedly ready to hijack any Manchester City move for Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez. Former Barcelona forward Sanchez, 29, is out of contract at the Emirates Stadium this summer and has been linked with a January switch to City. However, Sky Sport Italia claims Jose Mourinho's United are plotting to snatch Chile international Sanchez from under City's noses. United boss Mourinho, who said he was unlikely to buy anyone in January, recently bemoaned his club's inability to invest up to "£700 million" in new players, claiming Premier League leaders City have the advantage of unlimited spending power. Beating Pep Guardiola to Sanchez's capture would therefore represent a major coup for the Old Trafford side and for Mourinho. The reports further claim that Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been offered as a makeweight in any deal with Arsenal. January 2018 transfer window Armenia international Mkhitaryan has struggled to hold down a first-team place at Old Trafford this season and Sky Sport Italia reports that Arsenal are keen on the former Borussia Dortmund forward. According to Sky Sport Italia, Serie A Inter Milan are also considering a loan move for Mkhitaryan. City, meanwhile, remain tight-lipped over a potential approach for Sanchez in the current transfer window but midfielder Kevin De Bruyne said on Wednesday he believes the player would "add something" to the squad at the Etihad. Real Madrid's Gareth Bale is also one of Mourinho's prime targets - but United will have to wait for the summer. Everton are favourites to sign Theo Walcott this month and could offer him close to £110,000 a week in wages to persuade him to join. Theo Walcott could be heading to Everton Credit: AFP That is the verdict of Telegraph Sport and The Daily Mail with the Goodison Park club expected to beat Southampton to the Arsenal forward's signature in a deal worth £20m. While Arsene Wenger denied his decision to start Sanchez on the bench for the first leg of the League Cup semi-final at Stamford Bridge last night was because of transfer speculation, today's papers speculate on another potential replacement for the Chilean. The Mirror claims that Wenger is lining up 20-year-old Bordeaux star Malcom. The story adds that Arsenal have already started talks with the Ligue 1 club. Arsenal have been linked with a move for Bordeaux's Malcom Credit: AFP Tottenham and Manchester United are also interested in the £45m-rated youngster. Spurs, meanwhile, have made the first move to try and secure the future of Dele Alli, as reports our man Matt Law. While no formal talks have taken place as yet, Telegraph Sport understands Spurs have signalled their intention to offer Alli a new contract before the end of the season. It is thought Spurs are willing to increase his wages from £60,000 a week to £100,000 a week if he commits to a new deal. Man United will have to splash out £27m if they want to land Anderlecht midfielder Leander Dendoncker this month. Leander Dendoncker impressed against United last season in the Europa League  Credit: AP The Manchester Evening News has previously reported United's interest in the 22 year-old following his star performance against  Mourinho's side in the Europa League quarter-final last season. Anderlecht general manager Herman Van Holsbeeck says it will take a big fee to persuade the club to sell him to United, or West Ham who have also shown interest. "Dendoncker was already busy in the previous transfer period," he said. "But now that Kara is injured, Leander is doing a great job as a central defender and we're not going to let our star go. Unless there is an insane bid perhaps. "These are matters that are discussed. A transfer for €25-€30m is possible, but then we also need a replacement right away." And the rest... History maker Cédric Bakambu is set to become the most expensive African player in history when he completes his £65m transfer from Villarreal to Chinese club Beijing Guoan. The Congolese is expected to earn £16m a year before tax. Heartbroken Roberto Firmino says Liverpool is "no longer the same" without his "magical brother" Philippe Coutinho. Firmino made Coutinho his best man when he married Larissa Peereira in in Brazil last summer.  Fala meu parca, poxa Liverpool já não é o mesmo without the magical ��‍♀️ Mano , Desejo o infinito de Sucesso pra você, que você desfrute a Vida. e realize todos os teus sonhos irmão!! DEUS esteja sempre protegendo VOCÊ e toda a FAMÍLIA !! Foi uma uma honra El Mago �� jogar esse tempo junto contigo����❤️���� ���� A post shared by ROBERTOFIRMINO9 (@roberto_firmino) on Jan 10, 2018 at 2:49am PST One to watch Liverpool are interested in signing 21-year-old Dani Ceballos from Real Madrid, according to Spanish news site Diario Gol. It is claimed the midfielder has told the La Liga club he wants to leave, with Liverpool interested in him as a replacement for Coutinho.

Football transfer news and rumours: 'Man Utd bid £25m for Alexis Sanchez in attempt to steal Arsenal striker from under the nose of Man City'

Manchester United are reportedly ready to hijack any Manchester City move for Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez. Former Barcelona forward Sanchez, 29, is out of contract at the Emirates Stadium this summer and has been linked with a January switch to City. However, Sky Sport Italia claims Jose Mourinho's United are plotting to snatch Chile international Sanchez from under City's noses. United boss Mourinho, who said he was unlikely to buy anyone in January, recently bemoaned his club's inability to invest up to "£700 million" in new players, claiming Premier League leaders City have the advantage of unlimited spending power. Beating Pep Guardiola to Sanchez's capture would therefore represent a major coup for the Old Trafford side and for Mourinho. The reports further claim that Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been offered as a makeweight in any deal with Arsenal. January 2018 transfer window Armenia international Mkhitaryan has struggled to hold down a first-team place at Old Trafford this season and Sky Sport Italia reports that Arsenal are keen on the former Borussia Dortmund forward. According to Sky Sport Italia, Serie A Inter Milan are also considering a loan move for Mkhitaryan. City, meanwhile, remain tight-lipped over a potential approach for Sanchez in the current transfer window but midfielder Kevin De Bruyne said on Wednesday he believes the player would "add something" to the squad at the Etihad. Real Madrid's Gareth Bale is also one of Mourinho's prime targets - but United will have to wait for the summer. Everton are favourites to sign Theo Walcott this month and could offer him close to £110,000 a week in wages to persuade him to join. Theo Walcott could be heading to Everton Credit: AFP That is the verdict of Telegraph Sport and The Daily Mail with the Goodison Park club expected to beat Southampton to the Arsenal forward's signature in a deal worth £20m. While Arsene Wenger denied his decision to start Sanchez on the bench for the first leg of the League Cup semi-final at Stamford Bridge last night was because of transfer speculation, today's papers speculate on another potential replacement for the Chilean. The Mirror claims that Wenger is lining up 20-year-old Bordeaux star Malcom. The story adds that Arsenal have already started talks with the Ligue 1 club. Arsenal have been linked with a move for Bordeaux's Malcom Credit: AFP Tottenham and Manchester United are also interested in the £45m-rated youngster. Spurs, meanwhile, have made the first move to try and secure the future of Dele Alli, as reports our man Matt Law. While no formal talks have taken place as yet, Telegraph Sport understands Spurs have signalled their intention to offer Alli a new contract before the end of the season. It is thought Spurs are willing to increase his wages from £60,000 a week to £100,000 a week if he commits to a new deal. Man United will have to splash out £27m if they want to land Anderlecht midfielder Leander Dendoncker this month. Leander Dendoncker impressed against United last season in the Europa League  Credit: AP The Manchester Evening News has previously reported United's interest in the 22 year-old following his star performance against  Mourinho's side in the Europa League quarter-final last season. Anderlecht general manager Herman Van Holsbeeck says it will take a big fee to persuade the club to sell him to United, or West Ham who have also shown interest. "Dendoncker was already busy in the previous transfer period," he said. "But now that Kara is injured, Leander is doing a great job as a central defender and we're not going to let our star go. Unless there is an insane bid perhaps. "These are matters that are discussed. A transfer for €25-€30m is possible, but then we also need a replacement right away." And the rest... History maker Cédric Bakambu is set to become the most expensive African player in history when he completes his £65m transfer from Villarreal to Chinese club Beijing Guoan. The Congolese is expected to earn £16m a year before tax. Heartbroken Roberto Firmino says Liverpool is "no longer the same" without his "magical brother" Philippe Coutinho. Firmino made Coutinho his best man when he married Larissa Peereira in in Brazil last summer.  Fala meu parca, poxa Liverpool já não é o mesmo without the magical ��‍♀️ Mano , Desejo o infinito de Sucesso pra você, que você desfrute a Vida. e realize todos os teus sonhos irmão!! DEUS esteja sempre protegendo VOCÊ e toda a FAMÍLIA !! Foi uma uma honra El Mago �� jogar esse tempo junto contigo����❤️���� ���� A post shared by ROBERTOFIRMINO9 (@roberto_firmino) on Jan 10, 2018 at 2:49am PST One to watch Liverpool are interested in signing 21-year-old Dani Ceballos from Real Madrid, according to Spanish news site Diario Gol. It is claimed the midfielder has told the La Liga club he wants to leave, with Liverpool interested in him as a replacement for Coutinho.

Football transfer news and rumours: 'Man Utd bid £25m for Alexis Sanchez in attempt to steal Arsenal striker from under the nose of Man City'

Manchester United are reportedly ready to hijack any Manchester City move for Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez. Former Barcelona forward Sanchez, 29, is out of contract at the Emirates Stadium this summer and has been linked with a January switch to City. However, Sky Sport Italia claims Jose Mourinho's United are plotting to snatch Chile international Sanchez from under City's noses. United boss Mourinho, who said he was unlikely to buy anyone in January, recently bemoaned his club's inability to invest up to "£700 million" in new players, claiming Premier League leaders City have the advantage of unlimited spending power. Beating Pep Guardiola to Sanchez's capture would therefore represent a major coup for the Old Trafford side and for Mourinho. The reports further claim that Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been offered as a makeweight in any deal with Arsenal. January 2018 transfer window Armenia international Mkhitaryan has struggled to hold down a first-team place at Old Trafford this season and Sky Sport Italia reports that Arsenal are keen on the former Borussia Dortmund forward. According to Sky Sport Italia, Serie A Inter Milan are also considering a loan move for Mkhitaryan. City, meanwhile, remain tight-lipped over a potential approach for Sanchez in the current transfer window but midfielder Kevin De Bruyne said on Wednesday he believes the player would "add something" to the squad at the Etihad. Real Madrid's Gareth Bale is also one of Mourinho's prime targets - but United will have to wait for the summer. Everton are favourites to sign Theo Walcott this month and could offer him close to £110,000 a week in wages to persuade him to join. Theo Walcott could be heading to Everton Credit: AFP That is the verdict of Telegraph Sport and The Daily Mail with the Goodison Park club expected to beat Southampton to the Arsenal forward's signature in a deal worth £20m. While Arsene Wenger denied his decision to start Sanchez on the bench for the first leg of the League Cup semi-final at Stamford Bridge last night was because of transfer speculation, today's papers speculate on another potential replacement for the Chilean. The Mirror claims that Wenger is lining up 20-year-old Bordeaux star Malcom. The story adds that Arsenal have already started talks with the Ligue 1 club. Arsenal have been linked with a move for Bordeaux's Malcom Credit: AFP Tottenham and Manchester United are also interested in the £45m-rated youngster. Spurs, meanwhile, have made the first move to try and secure the future of Dele Alli, as reports our man Matt Law. While no formal talks have taken place as yet, Telegraph Sport understands Spurs have signalled their intention to offer Alli a new contract before the end of the season. It is thought Spurs are willing to increase his wages from £60,000 a week to £100,000 a week if he commits to a new deal. Man United will have to splash out £27m if they want to land Anderlecht midfielder Leander Dendoncker this month. Leander Dendoncker impressed against United last season in the Europa League  Credit: AP The Manchester Evening News has previously reported United's interest in the 22 year-old following his star performance against  Mourinho's side in the Europa League quarter-final last season. Anderlecht general manager Herman Van Holsbeeck says it will take a big fee to persuade the club to sell him to United, or West Ham who have also shown interest. "Dendoncker was already busy in the previous transfer period," he said. "But now that Kara is injured, Leander is doing a great job as a central defender and we're not going to let our star go. Unless there is an insane bid perhaps. "These are matters that are discussed. A transfer for €25-€30m is possible, but then we also need a replacement right away." And the rest... History maker Cédric Bakambu is set to become the most expensive African player in history when he completes his £65m transfer from Villarreal to Chinese club Beijing Guoan. The Congolese is expected to earn £16m a year before tax. Heartbroken Roberto Firmino says Liverpool is "no longer the same" without his "magical brother" Philippe Coutinho. Firmino made Coutinho his best man when he married Larissa Peereira in in Brazil last summer.  Fala meu parca, poxa Liverpool já não é o mesmo without the magical ��‍♀️ Mano , Desejo o infinito de Sucesso pra você, que você desfrute a Vida. e realize todos os teus sonhos irmão!! DEUS esteja sempre protegendo VOCÊ e toda a FAMÍLIA !! Foi uma uma honra El Mago �� jogar esse tempo junto contigo����❤️���� ���� A post shared by ROBERTOFIRMINO9 (@roberto_firmino) on Jan 10, 2018 at 2:49am PST One to watch Liverpool are interested in signing 21-year-old Dani Ceballos from Real Madrid, according to Spanish news site Diario Gol. It is claimed the midfielder has told the La Liga club he wants to leave, with Liverpool interested in him as a replacement for Coutinho.

Football transfer news and rumours: 'Man Utd bid £25m for Alexis Sanchez in attempt to steal Arsenal striker from under the nose of Man City'

Manchester United are reportedly ready to hijack any Manchester City move for Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez. Former Barcelona forward Sanchez, 29, is out of contract at the Emirates Stadium this summer and has been linked with a January switch to City. However, Sky Sport Italia claims Jose Mourinho's United are plotting to snatch Chile international Sanchez from under City's noses. United boss Mourinho, who said he was unlikely to buy anyone in January, recently bemoaned his club's inability to invest up to "£700 million" in new players, claiming Premier League leaders City have the advantage of unlimited spending power. Beating Pep Guardiola to Sanchez's capture would therefore represent a major coup for the Old Trafford side and for Mourinho. The reports further claim that Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been offered as a makeweight in any deal with Arsenal. January 2018 transfer window Armenia international Mkhitaryan has struggled to hold down a first-team place at Old Trafford this season and Sky Sport Italia reports that Arsenal are keen on the former Borussia Dortmund forward. According to Sky Sport Italia, Serie A Inter Milan are also considering a loan move for Mkhitaryan. City, meanwhile, remain tight-lipped over a potential approach for Sanchez in the current transfer window but midfielder Kevin De Bruyne said on Wednesday he believes the player would "add something" to the squad at the Etihad. Real Madrid's Gareth Bale is also one of Mourinho's prime targets - but United will have to wait for the summer. Everton are favourites to sign Theo Walcott this month and could offer him close to £110,000 a week in wages to persuade him to join. Theo Walcott could be heading to Everton Credit: AFP That is the verdict of Telegraph Sport and The Daily Mail with the Goodison Park club expected to beat Southampton to the Arsenal forward's signature in a deal worth £20m. While Arsene Wenger denied his decision to start Sanchez on the bench for the first leg of the League Cup semi-final at Stamford Bridge last night was because of transfer speculation, today's papers speculate on another potential replacement for the Chilean. The Mirror claims that Wenger is lining up 20-year-old Bordeaux star Malcom. The story adds that Arsenal have already started talks with the Ligue 1 club. Arsenal have been linked with a move for Bordeaux's Malcom Credit: AFP Tottenham and Manchester United are also interested in the £45m-rated youngster. Spurs, meanwhile, have made the first move to try and secure the future of Dele Alli, as reports our man Matt Law. While no formal talks have taken place as yet, Telegraph Sport understands Spurs have signalled their intention to offer Alli a new contract before the end of the season. It is thought Spurs are willing to increase his wages from £60,000 a week to £100,000 a week if he commits to a new deal. Man United will have to splash out £27m if they want to land Anderlecht midfielder Leander Dendoncker this month. Leander Dendoncker impressed against United last season in the Europa League  Credit: AP The Manchester Evening News has previously reported United's interest in the 22 year-old following his star performance against  Mourinho's side in the Europa League quarter-final last season. Anderlecht general manager Herman Van Holsbeeck says it will take a big fee to persuade the club to sell him to United, or West Ham who have also shown interest. "Dendoncker was already busy in the previous transfer period," he said. "But now that Kara is injured, Leander is doing a great job as a central defender and we're not going to let our star go. Unless there is an insane bid perhaps. "These are matters that are discussed. A transfer for €25-€30m is possible, but then we also need a replacement right away." And the rest... History maker Cédric Bakambu is set to become the most expensive African player in history when he completes his £65m transfer from Villarreal to Chinese club Beijing Guoan. The Congolese is expected to earn £16m a year before tax. Heartbroken Roberto Firmino says Liverpool is "no longer the same" without his "magical brother" Philippe Coutinho. Firmino made Coutinho his best man when he married Larissa Peereira in in Brazil last summer.  Fala meu parca, poxa Liverpool já não é o mesmo without the magical ��‍♀️ Mano , Desejo o infinito de Sucesso pra você, que você desfrute a Vida. e realize todos os teus sonhos irmão!! DEUS esteja sempre protegendo VOCÊ e toda a FAMÍLIA !! Foi uma uma honra El Mago �� jogar esse tempo junto contigo����❤️���� ���� A post shared by ROBERTOFIRMINO9 (@roberto_firmino) on Jan 10, 2018 at 2:49am PST One to watch Liverpool are interested in signing 21-year-old Dani Ceballos from Real Madrid, according to Spanish news site Diario Gol. It is claimed the midfielder has told the La Liga club he wants to leave, with Liverpool interested in him as a replacement for Coutinho.

Inter flop Gabigol closing in on Santos return

Having failed to make the breakthrough in Serie A, while also struggling on loan at Benfica, the Brazilian striker could soon be heading home

Santos closing in on Gabigol return

Having failed to make the breakthrough in Serie A with Inter, Brazilian striker Gabriel Barbosa could return to Santos.

Taniya Bhatia delighted to receive India Women ODI call for South Africa tour

Taniya’s shot to fame was at the age of 13 when she became the youngest cricketer to play for the senior Punjab team in the inter-state domestic tournament in 2011.

Taniya Bhatia delighted to receive India Women ODI call for South Africa tour

Taniya’s shot to fame was at the age of 13 when she became the youngest cricketer to play for the senior Punjab team in the inter-state domestic tournament in 2011.

Inter Milan v Tottenham Hotspur - Pre Season Friendly

Soccer Football - Inter Milan v Tottenham Hotspur - Pre Season Friendly - Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo, Norway - 16/17 - 5/8/16 Inter Milan coach Roberto Mancini Action Images via Reuters / Adam Holt

Former Chelsea star Ramires urged by Capello to shun Inter and remain in China

The Brazilian midfielder has acknowledged that he likes the idea of a move to the San Siro, but his manager at Jiangsu Suning wants him to stay put

Capello urges 'quality' Ramires to stay amid Inter reports

Brazilian midfielder Ramires has acknowledged that he likes the idea of a move to Inter, but Fabio Capello has urged him to stay in China.

Capello urges 'quality' Ramires to stay amid Inter reports

Capello urges 'quality' Ramires to stay amid Inter reports

Capello urges 'quality' Ramires to stay amid Inter reports

Capello urges 'quality' Ramires to stay amid Inter reports

Ramires hoping for Inter switch

The former Chelsea and current Jiangsu Suning midfielder is open to a European return

Ramires hoping for Inter switch

Ramires hoping for Inter switch

Ramires hoping for Inter switch

Inter have been linked for a move for Jiangsu Suning midfielder Ramires, with the former Brazil international hoping the transfer happens.

Ramires hoping for Inter switch

Ramires hoping for Inter switch

Dravid's Son Grabs Eyeballs With Hundred in School Cricket

Rahul Dravid's elder son Samit has attracted attention by scoring a century in the Karnataka State Cricket Association's (KSCA) BTR Cup Under-14 Inter-School tournament. Samit scored 150 for Mallya Aditi International School who beat Vivekananda School by a whopping 412 runs

Sturridge eyes Inter Milan loan

Klopp may lose his striker this January

Sturridge eyes Inter Milan loan

Klopp may lose his striker this January

Sturridge eyes Inter Milan loan

Klopp may lose his striker this January

Tottenham legend Bill Nicholson 'returns home' as club re-inter ashes under pitch at new stadium

Tottenham legend Bill Nicholson 'returns home' as club re-inter ashes under pitch at new stadium

Tottenham legend Bill Nicholson 'returns home' as club re-inter ashes under pitch at new stadium

Tottenham legend Bill Nicholson 'returns home' as club re-inter ashes under pitch at new stadium

Tottenham legend Bill Nicholson 'returns home' as club re-inter ashes under pitch at new stadium

Tottenham legend Bill Nicholson 'returns home' as club re-inter ashes under pitch at new stadium

BCCI revert Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy’s old format keeping IPL auction in mind

In a bid to give domestic players more chance to showcase their skills to potential bidders, the BCCI has decided to revert to the inter-state knock-out format for the ongoing Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.

BCCI revert Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy’s old format keeping IPL auction in mind

In a bid to give domestic players more chance to showcase their skills to potential bidders, the BCCI has decided to revert to the inter-state knock-out format for the ongoing Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.

Former Reds' Boss Accepts There Is an Inevitability Players Move on When Seminal Clubs Show Interest

​Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was not surprised that the Reds ultimately failed to retain Brazilian play-maker Philippe Coutinho with the continual lure of Barcelona lurking menacingly in the background.   Rodgers was manager of the Anfield club for three years, but was sacked in 2015 after a 1-1 draw with Merseyside rivals Everton.  However, the Northern Irishman was instrumental in encouraging Coutinho to leave Italian giants Inter Milan and sign for Liverpool in 2013.  The...

Former Reds' Boss Accepts There Is an Inevitability Players Move on When Seminal Clubs Show Interest

​Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was not surprised that the Reds ultimately failed to retain Brazilian play-maker Philippe Coutinho with the continual lure of Barcelona lurking menacingly in the background.   Rodgers was manager of the Anfield club for three years, but was sacked in 2015 after a 1-1 draw with Merseyside rivals Everton.  However, the Northern Irishman was instrumental in encouraging Coutinho to leave Italian giants Inter Milan and sign for Liverpool in 2013.  The...

Former Reds' Boss Accepts There Is an Inevitability Players Move on When Seminal Clubs Show Interest

​Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was not surprised that the Reds ultimately failed to retain Brazilian play-maker Philippe Coutinho with the continual lure of Barcelona lurking menacingly in the background.   Rodgers was manager of the Anfield club for three years, but was sacked in 2015 after a 1-1 draw with Merseyside rivals Everton.  However, the Northern Irishman was instrumental in encouraging Coutinho to leave Italian giants Inter Milan and sign for Liverpool in 2013.  The...

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