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Players whom Barcelona sold at huge transfer fees

10) Ronaldinho The Brazilian was the star of Frank Rijkaard’s Champions league conquering side in 2004. His magical dribbling skills made him a delight to watch. Such were the level of his performances that he received a standing ovation at Santiago Bernabeu after he singlehandedly destroyed Real Madrid. Nevertheless, he looked for a change of scenery and was sold to AC Milan for 16.7 million Euros. At Milan, Ronaldinho showed signs of brilliance; however, failed to reach the expected levels. He left the club for Flamengo in 2011, before eventually…

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Manchester United’s rejects who succeeded at other clubs:

5. Dion Dublin Dublin was quite an effective striker at Cambridge United during the early 1990s, helping the club to promote to the Second division. It was disheartening for Manchester United as they missed out to sign Alan Shearer in the summer of 1992 and opted to sign Dion Dublin for £1m. He was injured in the second match itself and found it difficult to make it to the first team with the excellent form of Mark Hughes and Eric Cantona. Dublin joined Coventry City and was quite good there,…

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Nemanja Matic joins rival Manchester United The Serbian has been officially revealed as a Red Devil for the next three years. Matic turned 29 on the 1st August, and the former Chelsea midfielder fits into Mourinho’s tactics and would provide much-needed stability in the heart of midfield. Negotiations started after Conte closely monitored Bakayoko, and the Frenchman’s arrival meant Matic facing less game time.  The £40million purchase looks promising given the Serbian’s innate midfield potency. Matic could well sit in front of the back four or pair up with Herrera…

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5 new signings who will find it difficult to adjust in their new clubs

5) Wayne Rooney – Everton Everton had one of their best summers in terms of transfer business as the club spent over 100 million bringing in the likes of Michael Keane, Sandro Ramirez and Jordan Pickford to the club. Romelu Lukaku’s departure did mask their summer for a while; however, the club did indeed do some excellent business. Wayne Rooney’s return to Everton too attracted some heavy fanfare. Nevertheless, for all his qualities and unquestionable success, Rooney is doomed for failure at Everton. Once the nation’s biggest talent, Rooney has…

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Teams that haven’t done much business this transfer season

Liverpool Jurgen Klopp and his men lacked the cutting edge last season to win the Premier League, and it was evident that they needed some recruitments to challenge for the title this season successfully. But surprisingly they have only recruited two players in Salah and Solanke. While that is a positive, Liverpool still need quality signings in the defence and also in the midfield. With the competition around, very few players are attainable and Klopp and co. need to act quickly to be ready to challenge for the title. 4.  …

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Five things to know about new Chelsea signing Alvaro Morata

5) A flamboyant proposal Chelsea’s new striker is very candid in his methods be it his professional career or his personal life. His public proposal to lover, Alice, was nothing less than a fairy tale proposal. He took his girlfriend to a magic show, wherein the magician, Antonio Diaz, invited Alice and Morata on the stage for the next trick. As Alice faced the magician, he told her to turnaround as Morata was down on his knees, with a ring in his hand. The couple got married this past month…

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5 reasons why Manchester United should have signed James Rodriguez:

Best midfielder available in the current market While there can be arguments about who is the best midfielder currently in the world, there is no doubt that James is one of the finest midfielders in the world right now with all his capabilities. Manchester United were rumoured to be in for Roma’s Radja Nainggolan, but so far nothing has materialised. Rodriguez is a quality player, and he sure would have been a major boost in the midfield for United. Get all the best tennis predictions and betting tips. Strong potential…

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5 reasons why David De Gea will not leave Manchester United this summer:

5. De Gea will not force a move: Yes, De Gea did express his intentions of leaving for Real Madrid in the recent past but time has changed, and so has the relations between United and Madrid. With Madrid, usually we see the player pushing for a move and forcing the selling club to bring down the price and the other conditions. Having seen his move fail once, De Gea won’t be risking his stance again, and more importantly, he looks happy enough to even think of such an action….

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5 facts about new Manchester United signing Romelu Lukaku:

Five-a-side football: The Belgian is a young footballer, and as it is with many youngsters, Lukaku to likes playing football in his spare time. Last month, he was involved in a five-a-side match involving Premier League players. Lukaku had selected Thibaut Courtois, John Terry, Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba and Vincent Kompany. The game created some sparks pertaining to Lukaku’s future, but the Belgian was quick enough to clear up on Twitter that it was just a game. Friendship with Paul Pogba: It is not recently that Paul Pogba and Lukaku…

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Richest Premier League club owners and the money they invested

5) Government of China (Manchester City) – £265m Manchester United’s noisy neighbours have had a remarkable turn of fortune in recent years. After years of mediocrity, Manchester City’s sale to Sheikh Mansur and Chinese Government injected a new lease of life within the club. The Government of China have invested a mouth-watering 265 million Euros in the squad since the acquisition. Such money has attracted some of the top stars of the game. Moreover, the owners look committed for the long run, having revamped club’s training facility. The Blue half…

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