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Carlos Tevez and Family Have A Beach Day

Carlos Tevez, Shanghai Shenhua, on vacation with his family

CARLOS TEVEZ UPDATE, RUMORS

Shanghai Shenhua’s superstar striker Carlos Tevez, one of the best-paid players in the world with weekly wages of around €730,000, has scored only twice since joining the Chinese Super League (CSL) club in January. On August 16, Shanghai Shenhua denied rumors that Carlos Tevez’s career in China was over and reported that they expected him to return after the Argentine went home for treatment on a muscle injury.

The 33-year-old Argentina international Tevez is one of the highest-paid players in the world with weekly wages of around $850,000 after signing with the Chinese Super League (CSL) club in January from Boca Juniors. Sadly Tevez has missed half of this season’s games with an injury. Due to his poor form and repeated absences, Shanghai fans have turned against Tevez, raising questions over whether he would return after treatment. Tevez previously criticized the standard of Chinese football and hinting he might look for a move.

“No one ever said he would leave,” reported a Shanghai spokesman. “After this Saturday’s game we will have a short break and the whole team will be off until August 28.”

The CSL season is almost over with Shanghai in the bottom half of the table under the management of Uruguayan coach Gus Poyet. The CSL is on break until September 8. During the break, Tevez took the opportunity to seek rehabilitation back in Argentina. Nicknamed “Apache”, Tevez has a history of falling out with clubs and coaches during his career that has included Manchester City, Manchester United, and Juventus. Tevez is due to be back in China by August 30. Tevez fell out with his Man City manager Roberto Mancini when he refused to warm up as a sub in the last moments of a Champions League match against Bayern Munich in September 2011. Tevez flew back to Argentina and considered retiring, before eventually returning to England in February 2012.

Tevez disappointed his Shanghai fans last April when he was spotted at Disneyland on the same day he missed an important match, reportedly due to injury.

Manager Poyet reportedly may be sacked or quit after Shenhua were throttled 5-0 last weekend without Tevez. But they returned to action on Tuesday in the Chinese Cup and, with Tevez out of the country, beat second-tier Shanghai Shenxin 1-0 at home. Tevez admitted he could may leave Shanghai Shenhua at the end of the CSL season when it ends in September. Shanghai sit just four points above the relegation zone after 11 games. The Argentine has struggled to make an impact in the Far East

“I left not to hurt Boca. Honestly, I do not know what I’m going to do at the end of the year,” said Tevez about leaving his boyhood club.  “If I’m hungry for glory, it’s very difficult to stay in the club. I have to find myself to go back, I know I gave them everything. When I left, my silence bothered journalists more than people. The press wanted me to say goodbye with a note, they are difficult. For me it was not easy either. Boca fans always want to see me with that shirt. First, when the millionaire offer came from China, I said no. I had Boca in my head. The final decision was in the last game. I did not want to hurt the club. Flor, my eldest daughter, went down to the dressing room asking me not to leave. It was easy to stay, the fans love me, but I did the difficult thing.”

ALEXIS SANCHEZ UPDATE, RUMORS

Alexis Sanchez

Rumor has it that Manchester City are once again linked with a move for Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez, with the latest rumor saying the Citizens will offer £70 million to land the Chilean before the end of the summer transfer window. Reportedly Man City’s manager Pep Guardiola still want to land Sanchez, despite determined statements from the Gunners that they will not sell their star forward under any circumstances. Reportedly Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will not sell the former Barcelona man, even though he only has one year left on his contract:

"It is a financial sacrifice. It is a sacrifice that you have to calculate how much it costs. If you let the player go and you buy somebody, you maybe spend more than you lose,” said Wenger. "And if you extend the contract it maybe costs you more than you lose when you keep the player."

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Swansea City v Manchester United - Premier League

Romelu Lukaku, Manchester United, is the top Premier League goal-scorer

England Premier League Week 2 Results

Swansea City 0-4 Manchester United

Southampton 3-2 West Ham United

Leicester City 2-0 Brighton & Hove Albion

Bournemouth 0-2 Watford

Burnley 0-1 West Bromwich Albion

Liverpool 1-0 Crystal Palace

Stoke City 0-1 Arsenal             

England Premier League Week 2 Standings (Goal Difference)

1. Manchester United - 6 (+8)

2. West Bromwich Albion - 6 (+2)

3. Watford - 4 (+2)

4. Liverpool - 4 (+1)

5. Southampton - 4 (+1)

6. Huddersfield Town - 3 (+3)

7. Manchester City - 3 (+2)

8. Tottenham Hotspur - 3 (+2)

9. Leicester City - 3 (+1)

10. Arsenal - 3 (+1)

11. Everton - 3 (+1)

12. Burnley - 3 (0)

13. Swansea City - 1 (-4)

14. Chelsea - 0 (-1)

15. Stoke City - 0 (-1)

16. Newcastle United - 0 (-2)

17. Bournemouth - 0 (-3)

18. Crystal Palace - 0 (-4)

19. Brighton & Hove Albion - 0 (-4)

20. West Ham United - 0 (-5)

Swansea City v Manchester United - Premier League

Manchester United’s Romelu Lukaku celebrates scoring his sides second goal with Daley Blind during the Premier League match between Swansea City v Manchester United at Liberty Stadium on August 19, 2017, in Swansea, Wales.

England Premier League Week 2 Top Scorers (Goals)

To date, here is a list of the top EPL goal scorers.

1. Romelu Lukaku, Manchester United (3)

2. Paul Pogba, Manchester United (2)

3. Anthony Martial, Manchester United (2)

4. Javier Hernandez, West Ham United (2)

5. Steve Mounie, Huddersfield Town (2)

6. Sam Vokes, Burnley (2)

7. Jamie Vardy, Leicester City (2)

8. Shinji Okazaki, Leicester City (2)

9. Sadio Mane, Liverpool (2)

10. Danny Welbeck, Arsenal (1)

Swansea City v Manchester United - Premier League

Manchester United's Paul Pogba celebrates

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Manchester United’s Anthony Martial and Romelu Lukaku celebrate

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Swansea City goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski dives as Anthony Martial of Manchester United scores his sides fourth goal during the Premier League Week 2 match between Swansea City and Manchester United at Liberty Stadium on August 19, 2017 in Swansea, Wales.

Swansea City v Manchester United - Premier League

Manchester United's Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial celebrate

Supercopa de España: Real Madrid 2-0 Barcelona - Barça lose El Clásico

Karim Benzema

Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema celebrates scoring their second goal.

Spanish Super Cup 2017: Real Madrid 2-0 Barcelona (5-1 agg.)

Supercopa de España: Real Madrid 2-0 Barcelona - Barça lose El Clásico

Final

Leg 1

Sunday, August 13 Game 1

Barcelona 1-3 Real Madrid FT

Leg 2

Wednesday, August 16 Game 2

Real Madrid 2-o Barcelona FT

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Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid side win 2017 Spanish Super Cup

Real Madrid defeated Barcelona 2-0 to win the Supercopa de España or the Spanish Super Cup, a Spanish football championship contested by the winners of La Liga and the Copa del Rey.

After winning both legs of the Supercopa de España, Real Madrid lifted the trophy on a 5-1 aggregate win at Camp Nou in Madrid as the hosts quickly scored another stunner to put any doubts to rest. Real added their second trophy to their collection this season. Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane continued his incredible run as manager on Wednesday night as he won his second trophy of the 2017-18 season, without Cristiano Ronaldo, before the start of the Spanish La Liga season. Real Madrid saw off their arch rivals easily, even with Ronaldo and several other key players not on the squad, in a match against their arch-rivals Barca. No doubt Ernesto Valverde is concerned.

Cristiano Ronaldo was banned for five games in the first leg. Ronaldo’s first booking was for taking off his shirt. The second red was for diving in a terrible decision by the referee. Ronaldo's little shove afterward was a bad decision, and that push caused Ronaldo to be given a tough ban.

Cristiano Ronaldo called his five-match ban for pushing a referee “exaggerated and ridiculous” and claims he is being persecuted after failing to have the sanction overturned on appeal.

During Sunday night’s Spanish Super Cup 3-1 first-leg victory over Barcelona, in which Ronaldo had scored, the Real Madrid forward reacted badly after being shown a second yellow for diving by match official Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea, shoving the referee in the back. A Spanish football federation (RFEF) Committee dismissed an appeal, meaning Ronaldo missed out on Wednesday evening’s Supercopa return leg against Barça and will miss upcoming La Liga games against Deportivo La Coruña, Valencia, Levante and Real Sociedad. Ronaldo reacted angrily on social media: “It’s impossible to stay quiet in this situation, five matches! To me it seems exaggerated and ridiculous, this is what you call persecution! Thanks to my team-mates and to the fans for the support.”

In the second leg of the Spanish Super Cup, Real Madrid and Barcelona battled for the first major trophy available in Spain. Real went into the match holding a 3-1 aggregate lead after goals from Leo Messi, Gerard Pique (an own goal), Marco Asensio and Cristiano Ronaldo lit up the first. Real boss Zinedine Zidane and his side seized the opportunity to add to their incredible trophy haul while Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde is learning about life without Neymar.

asensio scores a goal

The Bernabeu erupts as Marco Asensio celebrates his goal 

Marco Ascenio was key to Real Madrid’s victory against Barca as he scored sensational goals in both legs of the tie with Barca in the 2017 Spanish Super Cup. At Camp Nou he scored an amazing goal, and at the Santiago Bernabéu, he opened the match scoring with another.

“My two goals in the Spanish Super Cup were great and I will look back on them fondly,” said Ascenio. “The fans show us incredible support and so naturally we want to reward them with titles. We were playing at home and had to really turn it on, and we created opportunities, we played the better football over the tie.”

Keylor Navas

Real Madrid goalie Keylor Nevas stops Barca superstar Lionel Messi in Supercopa de España second leg

Madridista goalie Keylor Navas has played in a milestone 100 official games for Real Madrid following the Spanish Super Cup return leg win. The talented goalkeeper is in his fourth season at Real Madrid, winning 74 games and 8 titles. His 100 games are spread across six competitions: LaLiga (67), Champions League (25), Copa del Rey (3), Club World Cup (2), Spanish Super Cup (2) and UEFA Super Cup (1).

“We're happy to win titles and keep looking to the future,” said Costa Rican Navas. “It is great to win and more so against a big rival. We worked hard in the preseason, we are doing well physically, we're confident. We have a great group and we're fighting for every possible title”. 

FC Barcelona v Real Madrid - Supercopa de Espana: 1st Leg

Real Madrid goalie Keylor Nevas in Supercopa de España first leg

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Juventus v Real Madrid - UEFA Champions League Final

Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid side are winning trophies at an amazing rate, with a 100% haul in finals to date. Under the Frenchman, the side have won every final they have played in, including this Spanish Super Cup 2017 final. This impeccable run started with la Undécima and the penalty shootout win over Atlético Madrid. Then Sevilla and Kashima Antlers were both defeated in the UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup, respectively. In 2017, the victories came in the la Duodécima win over Juventus and the Super Cups against Manchester United (UEFA Super Cup) and Barcelona (Spanish Super Cup). La Liga number 33 completes the fantastic haul Zidane has overseen.

Real Madrid CF v Club Atletico de Madrid - UEFA Champions League Semi Final: First Leg

Zinedine Zidane continued making European football history for Real Madrid fans as he enjoyed another win in his string of successes as Madridista coach – this time he and his side won the Spanish Super Cup. Real Madrid manager Zidane the was thrilled with the efforts of his team.

“We had to be ready on the 8th of August for the first title. We've won two significant trophies against two big rivals. It stands us in good stead to start the season. Now La Liga begins and it's going to be even more difficult,” said Zidane. “I'm pleased with how we're doing things, and in particular with how we're playing. The first 15 or 20 minutes were spectacular in pressing high up and how we kept hold of the ball. It was a very good first half. In the second we had to dig in a bit because this opposition can cause you problems, that's to be expected. We wanted to play just as we did and when things go to plan you're happy. The players were fantastic. We're not going to get euphoric, this is a long-run thing and we'll enjoy the moment”.

“It's not just Asensio, everyone's doing a great job and working well,” added Zidane. They all do what's expected of them. Now we're starting over. We're going to have to show it again in La Liga. It's going to be a difficult season against tough opposition. The players are in great shape and they know what they want to achieve. It's a group who want to keep winning matches and trophies. I'm enjoying all that's happening now. I'm thrilled with Marco's goal because I love football and when I see a goal like that I'm impressed, just like everyone who enjoys the game”.

“The players deserve it,” continued Zidne. “They are talented and working hard. Winning two trophies against the likes of Manchester United, a great team, and Barcelona is not easy. Behind that lies our will and hard work. This team is hungry and you see that when we play. This is a great way to start, everyone is content. We are going into a long season, but we are ready”.

“There were many key things, the important thing is that we believe, which we do. We played well in both legs. The first half was spectacular. We were strong from the start. It was the game we expected and we are thrilled. It is another trophy, we have to congratulate the players, they were great,” said Zidane. ”I’m really pleased, I love my work and winning 7 titles with these players... It is a great start and we’re still on the run we were on before, having won LaLiga and the Champions League. We are coming to the end of one part, we've got another couple of titles and now we start the season, we have to do everything to win and it will be complicated. I have a spectacular squad and when I make changes you notice it. It is true that taking Isco out, after a great game against Barcelona, can be tough on the player. But the players know this will be a long road and we’ll play more than 65 games. I am happy when I change the team around without changing the dynamic”.

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EUROPEAN FOOTBALL PLAYERS RICH LIST

FC Barcelona v Real Madrid - Supercopa de Espana: 1st Leg

Cristiano Ronaldo is currently the highest paid European football player

EUROPEAN FOOTBALL PLAYERS RICH LIST

Cristiano Ronaldo is on top of Forbes' football's rich list, with the 20 highest paid football players making around $563 million between them. European football's top 20 highest earners earned $563 million over the last campaign, with Cristiano Ronaldo topping Forbes' rich list again. Real Madrid's Ronaldo reportedly earned $82m in wages and endorsements. That put him ahead of Barcelona arch-rival Lionel Messi ($77m), with former PSG star - Manchester United’s injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic third at $37m. Eight giant clubs are represented on the list, with Premier League club Manchester City with four players. Spanish La Liga champions Real Madrid, named by Forbes as the richest club in the world four years running, have three players on the list, with Gareth Bale ($34m) in fifth and James Rodriguez ($21m) 11th. Rodriguez now features for Bayern Munich. No player from Italy Serie A was on the list, while there are 10 men named to the list from English clubs displaying the English Premier League's financial clout in European football. Notably, Ronaldo's earnings surpassed the combined total of the Premier League's leading trio of Wayne Rooney ($26m), Sergio Aguero ($24m) and Eden Hazard ($22m). 

Some of the highest paid football players in history including Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale and Barcelona's Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez will compete in the upcoming Spanish Super Cup between Real Madrid and Barca at Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid, Spain on August 16, 2017. Great last minute football tickets for the mouth-watering clash of titans are still available for sale from LiveFootballTickets.com!

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Forbes' 2017 20 Highest Paid Footballers List

1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) - $82 million

FC Barcelona v Real Madrid - Supercopa de Espana: 1st Leg
2. Lionel Messi (Barcelona) - $77m

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3. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (PSG + Manchester United) - $37m

Neymar Signs For PSG
4. Neymar (Barcelona + Paris Saint Germain) - $36m

FC Barcelona v Real Madrid - Supercopa de Espana: 1st Leg
5. Gareth Bale (Real Madrid) - $34m

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6. Wayne Rooney (Manchester United + Everton) - $26m

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7. Sergio "Kun" Aguero (Manchester City) - $24m

FC Barcelona v Chapecoense - Joan Gamper Trophy
8. Luis Suarez (Barcelona) - $23m

Arsenal v Chelsea - The Emirates FA Cup Final
9. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) - $22m

Chelsea v Burnley - Premier League
10. Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea) - $21m

Bayern Muenchen v Inter Milan - International Champions Cup
11. James Rodriguez (Real Madrid + Bayern Munich) - $21m

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12. Yaya Toure (Manchester City) - $20m

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13. Radamel Falcao (Chelsea) - $19m

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14. Thiago Silva (Paris Saint-Germain) - $18m

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15. Mesut Ozil (Arsenal) - $18m

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16. Bastian Schweinsteiger (Manchester United + Chicago Fire) - $18m

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17. Angel Di Maria (Paris Saint-Germain) - $18m

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18. Robin van Persie (Fenerbahce) - $17m

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19. David Silva (Manchester City) - $17m

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20. Samir Nasri (Sevilla) - $15m

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"A spectacle to compare with the Super Bowl" 

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Barca superstar Lionel Messi runs with the ball during the Supercopa de Espana Supercopa Final 1st Leg match between FC Barcelona v Real Madrid at Camp Nou on August 13, 2017 in Barcelona, Spain.

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Neymar Signs For PSG

Neymar on August 4, 2017 in Paris, France. Neymar signed a 5 year contract with Paris Saint Germain for 222 Million Euro.

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THE UEFA PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR SHORTLIST

1. Leo Messi (Argentina, Barcelona)

2. Gianluigi Buffon (Italy, Juventus)

3. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, Real Madrid)

4. Luka Modric (Croatia, Real Madrid)

5. Toni Kroos (Germany, Real Madrid)

6. Paulo Dybala (Argentina, Juventus)

7. Sergio Ramos (Spain, Real Madrid)

8. Kylian Mbappé (France, Monaco)

9. Robert Lewandowski (Poland, Bayern Munich)

10. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden, Manchester United)

England Premier League Week 2 tickets, fixtures, results

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Premier League table leaders Manchester United will open Week 2 of the 2017-18 campaign with a trip to face Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium in Saturday's early kick-off. Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho will hope to see his side follow their 4-0 throttling of West Ham United with another victory against the Swans, as Mourinho’s former club Chelsea play a derby against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday. The Blues recently lost the 2017 FA Community Shield to Arsenal at Wembley Stadium and will return to Wembley again as they look to beat Tottenham at their temporary home venue while their new stadium is being built. Arsenal travel to Stoke City on Saturday hoping for a win after their 4-3 defeat of Leicester City in Week 1, while Liverpool and Manchester City face Crystal Palace and Everton at home, respectively.

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Premier League Week 2 Schedule, EPL Tickets

Saturday, August 19

Swansea City v Manchester United tickets, 12:30 p.m. BST/7:30 a.m. ET 

Bournemouth v Watford, 3 p.m. BST/10 a.m. ET 

Burnley v West Bromwich Albion, 3 p.m. BST/10 a.m. ET 

Leicester City v Brighton & Hove Albion, 3 p.m. BST/10 a.m. ET 

Liverpool v Crystal Palace tickets, 3 p.m. BST/10 a.m. ET 

Southampton v West Ham United, 3 p.m. BST/10 a.m. ET 

Stoke City v Arsenal tickets, 5:30 p.m. BST/12:30 p.m. ET 

Sunday, August 20

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Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea tickets, 4 p.m. BST/11 a.m. ET

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