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"Barca bad? With Messi's four goals, I don't think so"

Lorenzo Insigne attended to the media before the Napoli v Barcelona match of the Champions League last 16 1st leg tie. The player praised the Barca number 10 although he made clear tthat Diego Armando Maradona will always be the best for all Neapoilitans.

Real Madrid Man. City

"I want to show the football I'm capable of"

Isco Alarcon returned to the starting line-up at the Ciutat de Valencia after not playing a single minute against Celta. The man from Malaga wants to be more important and have more responsibility in Zidane's side, especially ahead of the complicated Champions League tie.

Real Madrid Man. City
Premier League

Bernardo Silva opens City's doors to Messi

The Man City right winger has given an interview in which he has not hidden the fact that he would love to play with Leo Messi in the future, but thinks that it is very complicated.

Premier League

Ziyech agrees personal terms of Chelsea move

In the middle of the February we knew that Ajax and Chelsea had reached an agreement on Ziyech, but the most important thing was still left: get the footballer to agree on the terms of his contract. He will sign for five seasons.

Europa League

Inter v Ludogorets to be played behind closed doors at San Siro

There will be no fans present for either club on Thursday when Inter host Ludogorets in Europa League action.

Premier League

Klopp salutes 'special' Liverpool after record-equalling 18th successive win

Jurgen Klopp admitted he never expected Liverpool to make such a "special" charge towards the Premier League title after a record-equalling 3-2 victory against West Ham left the runaway leaders four wins from the clinching the trophy.

Serie A

Messi 'greatest' ahead of Maradona: Gattuso

Lionel Messi is the "greatest" footballer of all time, ahead of even Diego Maradona, Napoli coach Gennaro Gattuso said on Monday ahead of his side's Champions League clash with Barcelona.


Lampard hopeful Chelsea underdogs can bite Bayern again

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has faith the Blues can again shock Bayern Munich in the Champions League despite their faltering form of late in the Premier League.

Liverpool West Ham
Premier League

Alexander-Arnold explains 'freedom' to attack after assisting Anfield fightback

Trent Alexander-Arnold saluted both Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp and the Anfield crowd after starring in a 3-2 win over West Ham.

Football Leaks hacker Rui Pinto files complaint against Portgual

Portuguese hacker Rui Pinto, the originator of Football Leaks and Luanda Leaks, has filed a complaint with the EU against Portugal, accusing it of non-compliance with European rules on extradition, his lawyers told AFP on Monday.

Premier League

Xhaka has captaincy doubts

After being stripped of the club captaincy last year, Granit Xhaka was not sure if he would ever play for Arsenal again.

Serie A

'Juve have thought about Pep'

Pep Guardiola would be of interest to Juventus if he was available, although Andrea Agnelli accepts the prospect is unlikely any time soon.

Serie A

Agnelli: Public health the priority

Andrea Agnelli admits public health is the main priority as Juventus wait to find out if their home game with Inter will go ahead.

La Liga

Five talking points in European football this weekend

Barcelona moved clear at the top of La Liga, while Paris Saint-Germain won despite having Neymar sent off, and the coronavirus wrought havoc with the Serie A fixture card.


Ander Herrera out against Dortmund due to a thigh injury

Ander Herrera is the fourth PSG player to be ruled out of the second leg of the Champions League tie against Borussia Dortmund. The Spaniard has suffered a right thigh injury while Marco Verratti, Thiago Silva and Thomas Meunier will also miss the return game.

Premier League

Liverpool v West Ham - as it happened

Join us for live coverage of the Premier League clash between Liverpool and West Ham from Anfield. Klopp's men can move one step closer to the title with a win while the Hammers will move out of the bottom three with a draw.

Europa League

Coronavirus could make Inter v Ludogorets be behind closed doors

Gabriele Gravina, the FIGC president, reported this Monday that the he had asked the Italian government for permission to play the Inter Milan v Ludogorets game in the Europa League behind closed doors. This is to prevent the possible spread of the coronavirus.

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