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  • King Eric puts Zlatan in his place

    In light of Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic joining Manchester United on a one-year deal, United legend Eric Cantona had a special message for the Swede, warning him that he could only hope to be the ‘prince of Manchester’ rather than king.

  • Di Maria in serious doubt for final

    Angel Di Maria looks set to miss out on the Copa America Centenario final against Chile after the Argentina star suffered a recurrence of his adductor injury.

  • Mexico down Uruguay after anthem blunder

    Mexico defeat Uruguay 3-1 in a stormy Copa America Centenario that see both teams finish with 10 men after a pre-match furore over a bungled national anthem.

  • Kante on his way to PSG?

    N'Golo Kante could leave Leicester City, reports Le Parisien.

  • Aurier arrested

    PSG defender Serge Aurier, suspended last February for insulting the soccer team's coach, was arrested and placed in custody on Monday after a brush with police in the French capital, a police official says.

  • Ibra praises Mourinho

    Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he has chosen his next club but would not give away the name even though he praised Jose Mourinho who is on the verge of becoming Manchester United's coach.

  • Verratti's surgery successful

    Paris Saint-Germain's Italy international midfielder Marco Verratti undergoes surgery on a persistent groin injury, his club confirmed yesterday.

  • Ibrahimovic leaving PSG

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic says on Friday he was leaving French champions Paris Saint-Germain at the end of this season, in a message on the Swedish striker's Twitter account.

  • Zlatan announces departure from PSG

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic will leave French champions Paris Saint-Germain at the end of this season, the Swedish superstar confirmed via Twitter on Friday.

  • Ronaldo heading to PSG?

    French media outlet France Football claims that the Real Madrid star met with the Paris Saint-German president, with possibilities of a move to the French club on the cards.

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