Leicester’s Riyad Mahrez is targeted by Arsene Wenger


Mighty Arsenal will begin their England Premier League campaign with their opening home match against FC Liverpool at Emirates Stadium in London, UK.

The latest Arsenal transfer news is that reportedly Premier League champions Leicester City refused to allow their superstar winger Riyad Mahrez to join the Gunners even though high scoring Mahrez has expressed his desire to transfer to Arsenal this summer during the summer transfer window.

EPL second place club Arsenal’s veteran boss Arsene Wenger wants to improve his squad ahead of the upcoming Premier League.season and perhaps weaken the opposition at the top of the table from the amazing Leicester side..Reportedly Wenger offered Leicester’s crucial footballer a €50million deal.

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Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi is a £46m target for Wenger this summer. Icardi's wife and agent traveled to London to open negotiations with the Arsenal over a possible deal after the Argentina international scored 16 goals in 33 Serie A appearances last season

Napoli’s Gonzalo Higuain is another transfer target for Wenger. Higuain currently has a release clause of £78.5m that Arsenal would be required to meet. Lyon's French striker Alexandre Lacazette is linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium to support Olivier Giroud in Arsenal's 2016 – 2017 battle for Premier League and Champions League glory.


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Manchester United veteran superstar and captain, Wayne Rooney


Great, seats and the very best Wayne Rooney Testimonial Manchester United v Everton tickets are for sale online for the not-to-be-missed match at Old Trafford on August 3.

New Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has announced his squad for the Red Devil’s two-game tour to the far east, which will see last season's breakout teenage star Marcus Rashford featured on his first tour with the senior squad.

Eighteen year old Rashford will join Manchester United veteran superstar and captain, Wayne Rooney, and goalie David de Gea along with new signings Eric Bailly and Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

Superstar Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Anthony Martial and Bastian Schweinsteiger are left out. Reportedly, Zlatan Ibrahimovic enjoying a well-earned holiday in Southern California and is therefore not taking part in the tour of China.

China Tour Squad

Goalkeepers: David De Gea, Sergio Romero, Sam Johnstone

Defenders: Eric Bailly, Daley Blind, Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Phil Jones, Paddy McNair, Marcos Rojo, Luke Shaw, Chris Smalling, Axel Tuanzebe, Antonio Valencia

Midfielders: Michael Carrick, Ander Herrera, Adnan Januzaj, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, Memphis Depay, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Andreas Pereira, Ashley Young

Strikers: Will Keane, Marcus Rashford, Wayne Rooney

The Red Devil’s Ed Woodward missed the team’s flight to Shanghai, China today to try to seal Paul Pogba’s world-record £100million move from Italian Serie A giant club Juventus. Manchester United’s’ executive vice-chairman was scheduled to go with the club on Tuesday with Jose Mourinho and his 25-man side for the pre-season tour. Instead, Woodward stayed behind to seal a deal for 23-year-old Pogba which Mourinho hopes will be wrapped up by the end of the week.

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Manchester United’s surprising new signing, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, has broken two records before even kicking a ball for United. The Swedish and former PSG striker arrived at Old Trafford on a free transfer earlier this summer, and reportedly broke power records during his medical with the Red Devils. United’s official site have confirmed that Zlatan’s Instagram unveiling set a landmark by becoming their most popular ever post on the photo-sharing social media site. The photo of Ibrahimovic holding up his red shirt was a hit with Man United fans, earning over half a million likes. At 34, Ibrahimovic is fit and is expected to be a real asset to the success of Man United this season as they climb up the Premier League ladder to qualify for the Champions League.

The summer transfer window is open, and there have already been some significant Premier League signings. Here's a list of every Premier League signing for Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, Leicester City, and Tottenham Hotspur to date:


Granit Xhaka - £30m

The Swiss midfielder signed from Borussia Monchengladbach.


Takuma Asano - Undisclosed fee


The 21-year-old forward was signed from Sanfrecce Hiroshima.




Michy Batshuayi - £33.2m

Twenty-two-year-old forward Michy Batshuayi joined Chelsea from Marseille and is new Chelsea manager Antonio Conte's very first signing at Stamford Bridge. 




Ron-Robert Zieler - Undisclosed fee

Twenty-seven-year German World Cup winning Zieler transfered to the King Power Stadium on a four-year-deal from Bundesliga side Hannover 96.


Luis Hernandez - Free

Spanish defender Hernandez joined Leicester City on July 1 after his contract with Sporting Gijon ran out.


Raul Uche Rubio - Undisclosed fee

Eighteen-year-old striker Rubio will join the amazing 2015-16 England Premier League Champions on a four-year-deal from Rayo Vallecano. 


Nampalys Mendy - £13m

The former OGC Nice player becomes Leicester City's fourth signing of the summer. A highly-regarded French midfielder, the 24-year-old could be a ready-made replacement for N'Golo Kante.


Ahmed Musa - £16m

The 23-year-old Nigerian forward joins the club in a club record transfer from CSKA Moscow.



Joel Matip - £9.4m

The Cameroonian defender joins Jurgen Klopp's side from Schalke.


Sadio Mane - £34m

One of the biggest transfers of the summer so far. Mane joins Liverpool from Southampton to become the fifth former Saint to make the journey north to Merseyside.


Loris Karius - £4.7m

The 22-year-old goalkeeper could rival Simon Mignolet for the Liverpool number one shirt after joining from FSV Mainz 05.




Ilkay Gundogan - £20m

The combative German midfielder joined City from Borussia Dortmund to become Pep Guardiola's first Premier League signing. 


Nolito - £14m

The Spanish international joins City from Celta Vigo having previously worked with Pep Guardiola at Barcelona. 


Oleksandr Zinchenko - Undisclosed fee

The 19-year-old Ukrainian joins from Shakhtar Donetsk but is expected to go straight back out on loan.


Eric Bailly - £30m

The Villarreal centre-back became Jose Mourinho's first signing as Manchester United manager.


Zlatan Ibrahimovic - Free

​The decorated striker joins Manchester United on an initial one-year deal after his PSG contract expired.


Henrikh Mkhitaryan - £30m

Mkhitaryan is Jose Mourinho's third signing at Old Trafford after building his reputation at Borussia Dortmund. 




Victor Wanyama - £11m

The defensive midfielder reunites with his old Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino after signing a deal to stay at Spurs until 2021.


Vincent Janssen - £18.5m

The big Dutch striker joins Spurs after scoring 22 goals for AZ Alkmaar last season. The 22-year-old has signed a deal until 2020.



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July 10, 2016 Euro 2016 Final - Portugal 1-0 France ET at Stade de France, Paris


Portugal defeated France 1-0 in extra-time to win Euro 2016 final with Eder Citadin Martins’ stunning goal at 109’!

Portugal faced host nation France in Sunday’s UEFA Euro 2016 Final after Antoine Griezmann scored twice to beat Germany 2-0 in Thursday's semi-final thriller in Marseille, France. Superstar key football players in the match that determined the 2016 the European Championship title contenders and trophy winners were Portugal’s Éder Eitadin Martins, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Nani along with second place France's Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba, Hugo Lloris, and Olivier Giroud. 

Fernando Santos, manager Portugal National Team

Sixty-one year-old Portugal manager Fernando Santos is well known for his numerous coaching spells in Greece, where he managed several teams including AEK Athens and Panathinaikos. Santos led the Greek National Team to the Second Round of the 2014 World Cup, before leaving the job to become head coach for his native Portugal National Team leading them to glory and the Euro 2016 Championship.

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Antoine Griezmann scores double to win for France

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Gareth Bale, Wales & Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal

Portugal 2 – 0 Wales

Wales lost to Portugal 2-1 on Tuesday in the semi-finals of Euro 2016 despite a wonderful show of talent by Real Madrid superstar footballer Gareth Bale and national pride by the Wales side and fans alike. Portugal reached the final after their defeat of Wales with Portugal goals by Bale's Real Madrid teammate Cristiano Ronaldo (50”); and Luis Nani (53”).

Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo offered Real Madrid teammate and Wales captain Gareth Bale words of consolation after Wales' heartbreaking semi-final defeat remarking that Chris Coleman’s Wales side was the “revelation team” of Euro 2016

Wales enjoyed a historic run at Euro 2016 - their first major tournament since 1958. The Wales fairy tale ended in heartbreak as Portugal registered their first win within 90 minutes at the Euro tournament after scoring two goals including Ronaldo’s phenomenal header in the 50th minute, followed by Nani’s close-range finish.

Aaron Ramsey and Ben Davies both missed the match due to suspension.

"I congratulated them on their run," said Ronaldo said, having embraced Bale after the whistle had blown. "They had an amazing run. They were the shining star here, the revelation team. I wished them good luck and as for the rest I would rather not say."

Bale responded saying that Welsh football has a promising future ahead.

 “We're bitterly disappointed to be so close to the final but we have to be proud,” said Bale. “We have achieved a lot. We've had a taste of it now and we look forward to the future. We have confidence. We don't just want to turn up to one tournament, it's about the bigger picture for us.”

Ronaldo was delighted to have reached his second European Championship final with Portugal. His first was Euro 2004.

"This is different," he said, "I was 18, that was my first final. My debut. Now 12 years have gone by and now we are going to play another final. I am very proud of that. "I have always dreamed of winning for Portugal, I hope it is our turn now. "I am very confident and I believe that all these boys deserve it. I deserve it, Portugal deserves it, the fans deserve it - every single Portuguese person deserves it. They've been amazing supporters.”

"I've always dreamt of winning something for Portugal and now it's just one step away. Dreaming is free so let's keep dreaming," added CR7.

Portugal National Side

Rui Patricio, Cedric, Bruno Alves, Fonte, Guerreiro, Danilo Pereira, Joao Mario, Renato Sanches (Andre Gomes, 74), Adrien Silva (Joao Moutinho 79), Nani (Quaresma, 86), Ronaldo. 
Subs not used: Lopes, Carvalho, Eder, Vieirinha, Rafa, Eliseu, Eduardo.
Goals: Ronaldo, 50, Nani, 53.
Booked: Alves, Ronaldo. 
Manager: Fernando Santos

Wales National Side

Hennessey, Gunter, Chester, Collins (Jonny Williams 66), Ashley Williams, Taylor, Allen, Ledley (Vokes 58), King, Robson-Kanu (Church 63), Bale
Subs not used: Fon Williams, George Williams, Edwards, Richards, Cotterill, Vaughan, Ward.
Booked: Allen, Chester, Bale.
Manager: Chris Coleman

Referee: Jonas Eriksson (Sweden)

Germany  0- 2 France

France defeated mighty Germany 2-0 on Thursday with both goals by Antoine Griezmann at Welodrome Marseille to earn their spot in the UEFA Euro 2016 Final against Portugal in Paris on Sunday, June 10th.

Led by manager Didier Deschamps, host nation France defeated Germany in a night to remember at Stade Velodrome on Thursday, as the traditional champions of European football headed home after the exciting match and France are entitled to compete with Portugal in their own European Championship final in Paris on Sunday.

France coach Didier Deschamps set £100 million superstar Paul Pogba and Matuidi at the base of his midfield and left Leicester’s N’Golo Kante on the bench. 

Germany’s Schweinsteiger, Mesut Ozil and Toni Kroos dominated from the start of match with the help of Thomas Muller. Joachim Low’s world champions Germany side maximized and dominated in the 45 minutes of the game, controlling the play and tempo, outplaying France from front to back, and looking like they would emerge as winners from the match – but not scoring a single goal perhaps due to the absence of Mario Goetz along with the skills of French goalie, Hugo Lloris who earned a clean sheet in the match. However France still had plenty of libido later in the match, and got the inspiration they needed to go on to victory with goals gifted by the Germans to twenty-five year-old French forward Antoine Griezmann.

France were awarded a spot-kick after Germany’s Bastian Schweinsteiger blocked Patrice Evra's header with his hand in the box. Schweinsteiger was booked by referee Nicola Rizzoli, and Griezmann stepped up to score France’s opening left-footed penalty goal against superstar Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer from 12 yards at 45 minutes in first-half stoppage time. Neuer guessed the wrong way and the score was France 1-0 Germany. In another gift, Griezmann adeptly added a second for France after Neuer pushed a cross into his path in the 72nd minute.

Germany will long remember the penalty decision that gave France the edge and irreversibly changed the outcome of the semi-final match although replays show that Bastian Schweinsteiger showed a leading arm while jumping against Patrice Evra. Griezmann stepped confidently forward  to send his penalty past Manuel Neuer.

Griezmann’s Spanish La Liga season with Atletico Madrid ended dismally as he missed a penalty in Atletico Madrid’s 2016 Champions League Final defeat by city rivals Real Madrid.

However Griezmann has rebounded from the disappointing end to his 2015-16 campaign and has been excellent in this tournament showing a hunger to score goals and an ambition for victory that has inspired his French side to compete at the highest level as he rescued France against the Republic of Ireland in the Round of 16 in Lyon and again in the Semi-finals with his two strikes against Germany.

Germany National Side

Neuer; Can (Gotze, 67), Boateng 6 (Mustafi, 61), Howedes, Hector; Kroos, Schweinsteiger (Sane, 79); Kimmich, Ozil, Draxler; Muller
Subs not used: Leno, Ter Stegen, Tah, Schurrle, Weigl, Podolski
Booked: Can, Ozil, Schweinsteiger, Draxler 
Manager: Joachim Low

France National Side

Lloris, Sagna, Koscielny, Umtiti, Evra; Matuidi, Pogba, Sissoko, Griezmann (Cabaye, 90), Payet (Kante, 71), Giroud (Gignac, 77)
Subs not used: Mandanda, Costil, Jallet, Rami, Mangala, Digne, Schneiderlin, Coman, Martial
Booked: Evra, Payet
Goals: Griezmann pen 45, 72
Manager: Didier Deschamps

Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (Italy)

Superstars Playing in Euro 2016 Final

Antoine Griezmann (France, Atletico Madrid)
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, Real Madrid)

Luís Carlos Almeida da Cunha known as Nani (Portugal, Valencia)
Olivier Giroud (France, Arsenal)
Paul Pogba (France, Juventus)

Griezman on fire with six goals at UEFA EURO 2016 - Griezman wins Golden Boot!

French Atlético Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann won the race for the Adidas Golden Boot as he moved into fourth on the EURO all-time scoring list following his two goals against Germany in Marseille.

Griezmann's semi-final double took him to six for the championship.  Sunday's final against Portugal gave him another chance to score for France to catch up to Cristiano Ronaldo (9 goals) - however neither Ronaldo nor Grietzman were able to score a single goal in the final match, Michel Platini (9 goals) and Alan Shearer (7 goals) on the all-time chart.

European Championship Tournament Top Scorers

1960: 2 François Heutte (France), Viktor Ponedelnik (USSR), Valentin Ivanov (USSR), Drazen Jerković (Yugoslavia), Milan Galić (Yugoslavia)
1964: 2 Jesús Pereda (Spain), Ferenc Bene (Hungary), Dezső Novák (Hungary)
1968: 2 Dragan Džajić (Yugoslavia)
1972: 4 Gerd Müller (West Germany)
1976: 4 Dieter Müller (West Germany)
1980: 3 Klaus Allofs (West Germany)
1984: 9 Michel Platini (France)
1988: 5 Marco van Basten (Netherlands)
1992: 3 Henrik Larsen (Denmark), Karlheinz Riedle (Germany), Dennis Bergkamp (Netherlands), Tomas Brolin (Sweden)
1996: 5 Alan Shearer (England)
2000: 5 Patrick Kluivert (Netherlands), Savo Milošević (Yugoslavia)
2004: 5 Milan Baroš (Czech Republic)
2008: 4 David Villa (Spain)
2012: 3 Fernando Torres (Spain), Alan Dzagoev (Russia), Mario Mandžukić (Croatia), Mario Gomez (Germany), Mario Balotelli (Italy), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
2016: 6 Antoine Griezmann (France)

UEFA EURO Final Tournament Goals

9: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
9: Michel Platini (France)
7: Alan Shearer (England)
6: Antoine Griezmann (France)
6: Wayne Rooney (England)
6: Zlatan Ibrahimović (Sweden)
6: Thierry Henry (France)
6: Patrick Kluivert (Netherlands)
6: Nuno Gomes (Portugal)
6: Ruud van Nistelrooy (Netherlands)


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Éder Eitadin Martins scores winning goal for Portugal!

Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal balances the Henri Delaunay trophy on his head to celebrate after his team's 1-0 win against France in the UEFA EURO 2016 Final match between Portugal and France at Stade de France on July 10, 2016 in Paris, France.


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Germany defeat Italy 1-1 (6-5 pens)

Wales team celebrates win over Belgium to play Portugal in Semi-final! 

Renato Sanches, Portugal and Bayern Munich scores winner against Poland


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Portugal, Wales, France and Germany battled all the way to secure the four available spots in the two Euro 2016 Semi-Finals games that will be held at French stadiums Stade des Lumieres in Lyon and Velodrome Marseille on July 6-7.

Real Madrid superstar footballers Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal and Gareth Bale of Wales will lead their national teams in a wonder match that all their supporter will want to watch live!

Wales and Belgium faced each other in Lille on Friday, July 1 to decide Portugal's Semi-final opponent. Wales won 3-1 over Belgium and will clash with Portugal in Lyon on Wednesday, 6 July. In other matches Germany defeated Italy on Saturday 2 July in Bordeaux; and France beat Iceland 5-2 at Saint-Denis on Sunday, July 3.

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Poland 1-1 Portugal (3-5 pens)

In the opening fixture of the Euro 2016 Quarter-finals, eighteen year old Renato Sanches scored a screaming equalizer for Portugal after veteran Poland superstar Robert Lewandowski opened the scoring for Poland.

For the fourth time in five tournaments, Portugal went through to the semi-final of the UEFA European Championships. Portugal have reached the Semi-finals without winning a single game in normal time following three draws in a group in which they finished third and an extra-time win over Croatia in the Round of16. No other team has ever gone this far in a European Championship without winning a match inside 90 minutes.

The match between Portugal v Poland went into overtime and ended in a 1-1 draw leading to a penalty shootout win against Poland. Ricardo Quaresma scored the winning penalty after Jakub Blaszczykowski's effort was saved by Portugal goalkeeper Rui Patricio. Quaresma also scored Portugal's extra-winner winner against Croatia in the last 16.

High-scoring Poland striker Robert Lewandowski gave Poland the early lead in only the second minute with Portugal youngster Renato Sanches equalizing.

Portugal's semi-final opponent will be either Wales or Belgium depending upon the outcome of Friday’s match between Wales and Belgium at Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille.

In the shoot-out, Cristiano Ronaldo, Sanches and Joao Moutinho scored for Portugal, with Lewandowski, Arkadiusz Milik and Kamil Glik scored for Poland – all getting past the goalies. Nani put Portugal 4-3 ahead then Patricio dived full length to his left to deflect Blaszczykowski's effort before Quaresma's winner found the roof of the net.

Cristiano Ronaldo led in the shootout for Portugal, firing home the first penalty with confidence.

Both Ronaldo and Lewandowski spent much the match being frustrated. At the start of the clash, Lewandowski scored the second fastest goal in Euros history and ended his goal-drought in this competition.

Teenage “Man of the Match” Sanches.only made his first-team debut for Benfica in November. Since then claimed a Spanish Primeira Liga winners' medal and agreed to join Bayern Munich for £27.5m. The eighteen year old now has a full-debut international goal to his name, making him the youngest goal-scorer in the knockout stages of a European Championship.

Sanches is the youngest football player in history to score in a knockout game at the Euros, and the third youngest overall to score in Euros history behind Volanthen and Rooney.

"It is a wonderful moment for the team and for me for scoring. We have been working very hard and we have been doing our best. People criticise us but we don't care because we are in the semis," said Sanches after the match.

Poland coach Adam Nawalka said the loss was tough for his side:

"It's definitely a tough moment for us. The players put a lot of heart into this match and played bravely throughout this tournament. We haven't lost a match - we were knocked out on penalties,” said Nawalka. “We have to look with optimism to the future and the European qualifiers. There will soon be time for detailed analysis but this defeat hurts."

This is the fifth time Portugal have reached a Euro semi-final (1984, 2000, 2004, 2012, 2016).

Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal

Superstars Playing in Euro 2016 Semi Finals

Antoine Griezmann (France, Atletico Madrid)
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, Real Madrid)
Gareth Bale (Wales, Real Madrid)
Manuel Neuer (Germany)
Mesut Ozil (Germany)
Olivier Giroud (France, Arsenal)
Paul Pogba (France)
Thomas Muller (Germany)
Toni Kroos (Germany)


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June 30 Quarter-Finals Poland 1-1 Portugal at Velodrome Marseille (Portugal win 5-3 on penalties). - Poland goal by Robert Lewandowski (2'); Portugal goal by Junior Renato Sanches (33')

Portugal beat Poland on penalties to secure their spot in the Euro 2016 semi-finals due to a fantastic save by Rui Patricio from Jakub Blaszczykowski’s penalty attempt that allowed Ricardo Quaresma to strike the winning kick in the shootout.

July 1 Quarter-Finals Wales 3-1 Belgium at Stade Pierre-Mauroy - Lille, France. - Wales goals by Ashley Williams 30’), Hal Robson-Kanu (55’), Sam Vokes (85’); Belgium goal by Radja Nainggolan (13’)

Wales came from behind to soundly defeat Belgium and qualify for the UEFA European Championship semi-finals at their very first tournament.

July Quarter-Finals Germany 1-1 Italy (6-5 pens)

July 3 Quarter-Finals France 5-2 Iceland at Stade de France - Paris, France - France goals by Olivier Giroud (12’), Paul Pogba (19’), Dimitri Payet (42’), Antoine Griezmann (45’), Olivier Giroud (59); Iceland goals by Kolbeinn Sigthorsson (55’), Birkir Bjarnason (84’)

Pepe, Jose Fonte and Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal

Jonas Hector celebrates scoring winning penalty for Germany