• Barcelona youth star looks like next Messi, Suarez, Neymar combined in one goal
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    Barcelona youth star looks like next Messi, Suarez, Neymar combined in one goal

    Barcelona youngster Jordi Mboula pulled off a breathtaking goal midweek against Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Youth League quarterfinals, and he looked like Neymar, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez during it. This extraordinary goal sees him with some Neymar flair to break free down the right, then some Messi speed and skill to get inside, and then a Suarez-like finish into the far side. Take a look. La cadencia de Leo Messi, el regate de Neymar Jr. y la potencia de Luis Suarez, ¡en uno solo! 😮 😮 😮 Brilliant. And he is only 17. The Spanish winger, also of Congolese heritage, has been with Barca’s youth teams since 2010. He has six goals in seven matches in the UEFA Youth League, and if he keeps

  • LaLiga: Real Madrid target Moussa Dembele has had no transfer talks with Celtic
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    LaLiga: Real Madrid target Moussa Dembele has had no transfer talks with Celtic

    Moussa Dembele could snub Europe's biggest clubs and stay at Celtic for the duration of his four-year contract, according to his agent. Real Madrid are the latest top side to have been linked with Dembele, who has scored 27 goals in all competitions since joining from Fulham in June. The boy is doing well, Celtic are doing well and we as agents are doing the right things for everyone – but it's so important to focus on the right things.

  • Arsene Wenger on offers to manage in China
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    Arsene Wenger on offers to manage in China

    Arsene Wenger would reject any lucrative offers that come his way from the Chinese Super League, according to reports. Speculation over whether this will be Wenger’s final year at Arsenal after 21 years as manager has grown as the north London club only looks to be battling for the FA Cup. Sign up to our daily newsletter for your chance to win. Should the Frenchman leave the Emirates Stadium at the end of the season, Wenger says he will still be in management come next season. But, according to the Daily Mail, any offer from the Chinese Super League would be rebuffed by Wenger, who managed in Japan before joining Arsenal in 1996. The Super League’s financial power has attracted heavyweights of