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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014
Neymar Sr. has finally broken his silence about the investigation into his son's transfer from Santos to Barcelona last summer. In an interview with AS, he admitted to receiving a total of 42 million euros ($57.4 million) from Barca in various installments over several years. Read the whole story
El Mundo on Wednesday reported that Spain's tax authorities will likely consider the 50 million euros ($68 million) paid to the company N&N (Neymar & Neymar) as "disguised remuneration," which refers to the provision of "rewards, recognition or loans" through 'third parties', in other words, entities other than the employer ... Read the whole story
Liverpool coach Brendan Rodgers hailed Steven Gerrard and striker Daniel Sturridge as the Reds dismantled Everton, 4-0, in the Merseyside derby at Anfield on Tuesday. Captain Gerrard opened the scoring with a header from a corner before Sturridge notched a brace in quick succession to put the result beyond doubt ... Read the whole story
Vincent Kompany admitted that Manchester City's biggest weakness is its all-out attacking style. While City has scored an astonishing 110 goals in all competitions this season, its backline has come under scrutiny, the City captain said. Read the whole story
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger defied suggestions that his team put in a poor performance as the Gunners drew 2-2 away to Southampton on Tuesday. The result meant that both Manchester City and Chelsea could leapfrog the North London club in the Premier League table on Wednesday night, provided they each ... Read the whole story
In the German Bundesliga, it is no longer a question of if Bayern Munich will win the league, but whether the Bavarian giant can make history by managing to do so without registering a single defeat, ESPN blogger Uli Hesse says. However, Hesse is not so convinced that Pep Guardiola's ... Read the whole story
Paris Saint-Germain owner Nasser Al Khelaifi rejected reports in the French press of a big money transfer for Barcelona striker Lionel Messi. "There has never been contact with Messi," Al Khelaifi said. "I've not talked with Barcelona. Never. For now a move for Messi is impossible." When asked if a ... Read the whole story
Manchester United coach David Moyes says that the signing of Juan Mata coupled with the returns of Robin van Perise and Wayne Rooney have already lifted the mood at Old Trafford. Van Persie returned from an 11-match injury lay-off to score in a 2-0 win against Cardiff, while Rooney appeared ... Read the whole story


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