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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Bayern Munich has given promising young striker Julian Green, who has both American as well as German citizenship, permission to train with the U.S. men's national team ahead of its upcoming friendly against Mexico on April 2. According to SI.com, coach Jurgen Klinsmann called Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge to ask ... Read the whole story
Spanish daily AS claims that renewing Lionel Messi's contract will cost Barcelona a whopping 250 million euros ($348 million) . According to the report, Messi's camp is pushing for a record annual salary of 25 million euros ($35 million) over five years, while the rest would presumably come in the ... Read the whole story
Barcelona on Tuesday admitted that head coach Gerardo Martino has a clause in his contract that would allow him to leave this summer, while at the same time insisting that the Argentine will remain in charge of the club next season. Martino took over at Barca on short notice last ... Read the whole story
Manchester United on Tuesday moved to quash rumors that veteran midfielder Ryan Giggs and Coach David Moyes have fallen out after Giggs, the most decorated player in United history, was left out of the squad that lost 3-0 to Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday. In a statement quoted by ... Read the whole story
A report in the Daily Telegraph on Monday claims that Jack Warner, the former FIFA vice president, was paid nearly $2 million from a Qatari company linked to the country's successful bid to host the 2022 World Cup. Bribery, of course, is illegal, even in the murky world of FIFA, ... Read the whole story
Wang Jianlin, the second-richest man in China, has been linked with a move to buy Valencia after his company sealed a youth development deal with the La Liga club. Wang, a soldier-turned businessman was in Spain recently visiting Valencia, as well as Atletico Madrid and Villarreal, as his company Dalian ... Read the whole story
Aaron Ramsey, Santi Cazorla and German-American teenage youngster Gedion Zelalem have this week all extended their contracts with Arsenal, the Guardian reports. Zelalem, 17, has officially signed his first professional contract. He is eligible to play internationally for Germany, the USA and Ethiopia. Read the whole story
Zenit St. Petersburg on Tuesday confirmed that former Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur coach Andre Villas-Boas has agreed a two-year deal to lead the Russian club after former coach Luciano Spalletti was let go last week. Villas-Boas will take over on March 20, the day after Zenit faces Borussia Dortmund in ... Read the whole story


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