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Plus, the Gunners are reportedly plotting a £19.8m move for this Portuguese star as another midfield option.
After helping Juventus win their fourth consecutive Scudetto title in the 2014-15 season, and guiding the Serie A giants to the Champions League final in Berlin, Arturo Vidal is in hot demand.
Reports reveal that the 28-year-old midfielder is close to joining compatriot Alexis Sanchez at Arsenal, with transfer rumors suggesting a £21m fee has already been agreed, a price tag which should... Read the rest of the article »
He was a special guest for NYCFC during their derby against New York Red Bulls. He sat alongside Frank Lampard who will also join the team.
Andrea Pirlo is closer than ever to become the next big deal in the Major League Soccer as he is expected to sign with New York City FC within the next five days. The 36-year-old midfielder, winner of six Scudettos with AC Milan and Juventus, is starting to embrace the New York way of life after a 20-year-career in Italy.
Pirlo was recently spotted at Yankee Stadium watching a game of... Read the rest of the article »
Following months of rumors surrounding his future, the Chilean midfielder would be set to join the Gunners once Copa América is over.
Arturo Vidal's career may continue in one of the most competitive football leagues in the world. Following a 2014-2015 season that ended up with Juventus as Serie A Champions and as the UEFA Champions League runner up, the Chilean midfielder could be involved in an interesting transfer to English club Arsenal, where he will pair up with his compatriot Alexis Sánchez.
Sources indicate... Read the rest of the article »
The French champions would be closer to sign the midfielder than other clubs, given the good working relationship between the club and the player's agent, Mino Raiola.
After recent reports suggesting that midfielder Paul Pogba would be signing a contract with Spanish teams such as Real Madrid, a new report surfaced indicating the French player will be departing from Juventus, but his destination will be none other than his home country, where he will be playing for PSG.
According to sources close to the negotiation, Les Parisiens have contacted the player's... Read the rest of the article »
The Citizens are already up and planning for the next season, looking to add young talent to their squad ahead of the new campaign.
After handing over their English Premier League crown to Chelsea, in a season which saw them perform below par in the domestic and European league, the Citizens have already begun plans to rebuild their squad.
With Chilean manager Manuel Pellegrini still in charge, Manchester City will be hoping to challenge the Blues next season for the title, and mount a serious push for the Champions League... Read the rest of the article »
The Spanish striker was supposedly moving back to his former club after a wonderful season with Juventus, but he is clear about where he will play next year.
With only one season playing for Juventus, Alvaro Morata's career was reinvigorated. The Spanish striker was one of the reasons why La Vecchia Signora returned to a UEFA Champions League final, and some rumors indicated he was going back to the club that gave him the first chance to play. Today, Morata denied such claims, stating that a move back to Real Madrid was not an option for now.
"I... Read the rest of the article »
The move will be completed on July 1st, after his contract with Real Madrid expires at the end of June. He had joined los Merengues in 2010 after the World Cup.
Sami Khedira's future has been solved and he will spend the next four years of his career playing for the Serie A champions, Juventus. The Italian club announced the move on Tuesday and added that everything would be set and done by July 1st, the day after his current contract with Real Madrid expires.
Khedira had a last season to forget with Real Madrid in which injuries and a lack of... Read the rest of the article »
The list also sees Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling and Juventus’ Paul Pogba climb in value, according to the study by the CIES Football Observatory.
According to the study done by Football Observatory of the International Centre for Sports Studies (CIES), Cristiano Ronaldo is the world’s third most valued player, coming in behind rival Lionel Messi, who ranks in first spot.
The Argentine ace, as written in the study, is estimated to be valued between €255.3m-€280.8m, which is mainly down to his trophy-ladden season with Barcelona... Read the rest of the article »
Watch Pique and Neymar show off their freestyle dancing, and Messi and his fellow MSN attackers devour a Big Mac.
After winning the 2014-15 Champions League trophy on Saturday, beating Juventus 3-1 to clinch the elusive treble, the Barcelona players returned back home to a hero’s welcome.
The Blaugrana headed back to the heart of Catalonia with pride, showing off their silverware from this season alone, which included La Liga, Copa del Rey, and the Champions League, as legions of supporters filled... Read the rest of the article »
Luis Enrique, Andres Iniesta, Xavi Hernandez and more shared their thoughs about the team's second treble in six years.
Following their 3-1 win over Juventus, Barcelona's top performers had their say about what happened during this year, in which they managed to re-write the team's record books. Some of them remembered all of those that are not in the team anymore, while some others stuck basically with what just happened. On the other hand, efender Gerard Pique, were a little bit busy cutting the net from the... Read the rest of the article »
With uncontrollable euphoria, the Brazilian defensive duo celebrated Barca’s title win, whilst Gerard Pique also created a stir on Twitter with his post-victory antics.
Winning the Champions League, the club's 4th in the last 10 years and their 5th over all, a victory which also clinched a record-breaking treble, does not happen every day.
So in those rare moments where unforgettable and remarkable triumphs manifest themselves in similar fashion to Barcelona’s 3-1 win over Juventus, one must use the occasion to celebrate, and celebrate in a manner none... Read the rest of the article »
The Blaugrana’s 3-1 win over Juventus in the Champions League final saw them become the first team in the continent to ever clinch the elusive treble on two separate occasions.
The season is over, and the treble has been achieved. After lifting La Liga, and sealing the Copa del Rey trophy, the Blaugrana swept up the 2014-15 Champions League title with a 3-1 win over Juventus.
Goals from Ivan Rakitic, Luis Suarez, and a stoppage-time strike from Brazilian ace Neymar saw the Catalan giants triumph over the Seria A holders to win their 5th Champions League crown in the... Read the rest of the article »
The Italian midfielder may have played his last match with Juventus, since rumors indicate he could be joining an MLS club next summer.
It is rather obvious that, whenever someone wins, there will be someone not so happy with it. Today, one of the "coolest" players in football history showed he is not as hard as fans believe him to be.
Andrea Pirlo was caught on TV crying minutes after losing the UEFA Champions League against Barcelona. The player was embraced by Paul Pogba, trying to calm the Italian midfielder, who... Read the rest of the article »
The Croatian midfielder scored after just four minutes of playing time, giving Barcelona the lead against Juventus.
Ivan Rakitic scored the first goal of the UEFA Champions League final after a wonderful team effort from Barcelona. Just after four minutes of playing time, the Croatian midfielder netted the ball following a wonderful pass by Andrés Iniesta.
Rakitic became the fifth Balcanic player to score in a UEFA Champions League/European Champions Cup final. The four previous players to score were... Read the rest of the article »
After a penalty claim from the French midfielder, social media turned on the Juventus ace, whilst other just couldn’t get past his haircut.
After 45 minutes of play in the 2015 Champions League final between Barcelona and Juventus, the Bianconeri stars are yet to prove why they deserve the prestigious trophy.
Some of the Serie A champions’ key players, including the likes of Paul Pogba, Carlos Tevez, Arturo Vidal, and Andrea Pirlo have yet to threaten the Blaugrana goal.
In fact, one of the aforementioned players was... Read the rest of the article »
The UEFA Champions League final is HERE! Two teams fighting to crown their seasons with a third title. Which side will take it home? Check out the live streaming & TV info for Juventus vs Barcelona below.
After one of the most exciting seasons ever, the UEFA Champions League will name a new ruler between two of the greatest teams in the world: Barcelona, who arrives to this match as the favorite, and the underdog Juventus, a team that has what it takes to win it all in the European scene after more than a decade living in oblivion.
This could be a match for the ages, since it could give... Read the rest of the article »
The 2015 UEFA Champions League final is upon us and on Barcelona's official website, LiveSoccerTV's exclusively compiled listings are of big help to fans!
All eyes are precisely on one player -- probably football's most in-form superstar. He is none other than Argentina captain Lionel Messi. The flamboyant forward who boasts as many as four Ballon d'Ors could very well stretch his unprecedent record with a fifth one. At this particular moment though, his focus is on one thing: receiving his fourth UEFA Champions League winners medal with Barcelona.
Juventus... Read the rest of the article »
Messi's worst record is against teams from Italy. He could become the first player to score in three UCL finals.
Lionel Messi is the man of the hour, or most likely of the year so far. 2015 has been great for La Pulga, who took some time to recover from the blow of losing the World Cup Final in Brazil. Messi is only 27-years-old but carries the weight of the football world on his shoulders this Saturday in Berlin.
Messi won his first UEFA Champions League title in 2006, but back then Ronaldinho was the... Read the rest of the article »
Massimiliano Allegri's crew will clash with Barcelona on Saturday, but must watch out for the Blaugrana's 27-year-Argentine superstar.
Lionel Messi, alongside Real Madrid ace Cristiano Ronaldo, is the greatest Champions League goalscorer in history, so most sides are bound to fear the Barcelona superstar.
But fellow Champions League finalist Juventus have a lot more to dread in the 27-year-old Argentine, when the two teams meet in the Champions League final.
Massimiliano Allegri’s crew will lock horns with the... Read the rest of the article »
Everything you need to know on the Blaugrana's impressive journey to the Olympiastadion.
The highly-anticipated Champions League final clash between Barcelona and Juventus, two sides chasing after the elusive treble. is right around the corner.
The curtain calls to this season's tournament will be played in Berlin, at the Olympiastadion, with superstars Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, and Neymar set to take center stage. Under the leadership of the Catalan giant's MSN trio, the Blaugrana... Read the rest of the article »