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Suso signs on with Rossoneri

Suso has been rewarded for turning around his Milan career with a new long-term contract that ties him to the club until 2022.

Juve confirm Agnelli appeal

Juventus have announced they will contest the sanctions handed out to club officials, including president Andrea Agnelli, for allegedly funding the Mafia through ticket sales.

Fernandinho: Shakhtar are an attacking side

Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho has warned that Shakhtar Donetsk will not tone down their attacking play in Tuesday's Champions League match.

Conte misses Italy

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte admits that he misses Italy and will return before long, while also ruling out a stint in China.

Simeone's Atleti ready for Chelsea clash

Having defeated Sevilla 2-0 at the weekend, Atletico Madrid are settling into their new stadium as they prepare to host Chelsea in the Champions League.

Niasse returns from Everton exile

Oumar Niasse says he holds no grudge against Everton boss Ronald Koeman after proving his worth with match-winning goals against Bournemouth.

Wagner: Schindler not ready for Germany cap

Huddersfield Town defender Christopher Schindler impressed in Saturday's goalless draw with Burnley, but manager David Wagner insists he's not close to a Germany cap.

Gerrard: I told Rafa not sell Alonso

Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has revealed that he tried to convince Rafa Benitez to keep Xabi Alonso at the club, rather than replace him with Gareth Barry.

Juve expect Howedes back in four weeks

On-loan Schalke defender Benedikt Howedes will have to wait a while longer to make his Juventus debut as he faces four weeks out with a thigh injury.

Barry closes in on Premier League record

Gareth Barry is set to break the Premier League appearances record if he takes to the field for West Brom in Monday's match against Arsenal.

Pep wants more despite routing Palace

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says his team weren't up to scratch despite beating Crystal Palace 5-0 on Saturday.
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