6th Serie A | 18-11-9
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    Circumstances ripe for Real Madrid to pursue Gianluigi Donnarumma

    While one sizeable Real Madrid transfer rumour rumbles along against the backdrop of the Confederations Cup, another involving a sizeable man looks likely to gather momentum in the coming days. "Man" may be pushing it a bit when referring to young Gianluigi Donnarumma, who isn't legally able to buy a beer in a number of countries. But what the AC Milan and Italy keeper lacks in life experience he more than compensates for when he pulls on his gloves. Despite turning 18 only last February, Donnarumma has 72 senior Milan appearances and four Italy caps under his belt after being installed as number one at the San Siro aged 16 during the 2015-16 season. He has broken plenty of records through his


    Trending: Bayern say Lewandowski staying, FIFA clears United over Pogba

    Wednesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending... BAYERN MUNICH: Bayern Munich have threatened to go to FIFA if clubs approach Robert Lewandowski, amid speculation that Manchester United and Chelsea have held talks with the striker. - Former Bayern Munich boss Ottmar Hitzfeld has told Sport Bild that buying Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez would make the Bundesliga champions "a better team." MAN UNITED: Manchester United have been cleared of any wrongdoing over Paul Pogba's transfer but disciplinary proceedings have been opened against Juventus, FIFA have confirmed. - Gestifute, the agency that represents Jose Mourinho, said on Tuesday that neither Spain's tax agency

  • Blow to Liverpool as Leipzig vow not to let 'top performers' Forsberg and Keita leave

    Blow to Liverpool as Leipzig vow not to let 'top performers' Forsberg and Keita leave

    It would be "irresponsible" for RB Leipzig to allow Emil Forsberg or Naby Keita to leave before next season, according to chief executive Oliver Mintzlaff. Forsberg drew plaudits during an impressive season for the Bundesliga surprise package, contributing eight goals and 19 assists as Leipzig finished second behind Bayern Munich. The Sweden international signed a contract until 2022 in February but continues to be linked with a move to AC Milan, adding fuel to the fire himself by admitting he would not be overly concerned about missing out on Champions League football in 2017-18.