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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, July 15, 2014
According to the Castrol Index, which ranks the performance of individual players based on a number of statistics, Germany midfielder Toni Kroos was statistically the best player at the World Cup. The Bayern Munich playmaker, who is expected to complete a move to Real Madrid any day now, achieved a ... Read the whole story
FIFA President Sepp Blatter is the latest big name in soccer to question the awarding of the Golden Ball, the World Cup's top individual prize for the tournament's best player, to Argentina striker Lionel Messi following Germany's 1-0 win over the Albiceleste in Sunday's final. When asked about the award, ... Read the whole story
PA Sport is reporting that Liverpool will finalize the signing of Lazar Markovic from Benfica on Tuesday after the Merseyside club triggered the 20-year-old's 20 million pound ($34 million) release clause. His arrival would take coach Brendan Rodgers spending to close to $103 million in the offseason so far, following ... Read the whole story
Chile international Arturo Vidal has said he will not panic if his proposed move to Manchester United does not pan out during the summer transfer window. According to PA Sport, United's interest cooled after Vidal's club Juventus put a 35 million-pound ($60 million) price tag on him. Read the whole story
The Guardian claims that Manchester United coach Louis van Gaal will make a quick assessment about whether to offer contract extensions to a number of fringe players, including Chris Smalling, Tom Cleverley, Javier Hernndez, Shinji Kagawa, Darren Fletcher and Ashley Young, as the Dutch coach arrives at Manchester United for ... Read the whole story
Marca reports that Paris Saint-Germain is surprised by reports in France linking the super-rich club to Real Madrid's 60 million euro ($81.4 million) winger Angel Di Maria. While the French champ is backed by seemingly unlimited funds, the report notes that PSG has been hamstrung by its settlement with UEFA ... Read the whole story
Sky Sports on Monday reported that Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani has demanded a move to the English Premier League after failing to settle with the French champion. The 27-year-old Uruguay international only joined PSG last summer, signing a five-year contract, but he has been frustrated due to PSG's insistence ... Read the whole story


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