July 26th, 2014

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Who Are These New People in My Premier League Club

Transfer season has already shuffled a lot of people around. Here are the chosen ones so far for Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United.

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Southampton owner right now probably

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  • yamair

And so it has begun...

"Louis van Gaal to speak with Jose Mourinho over Luke Shaw"

The Chelsea manager criticised Manchester United's deal to sign the teenager from Southampton but the new Old Trafford boss refused to hit back at the Portuguese in public
Louis van Gaal says he will speak to Jose Mourinho privately after the Portuguese claimed signing Luke Shaw would have “killed” Chelsea.

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Source / Source / José Mourinho: ‘Signing Luke Shaw would have killed Chelsea’

Di Maria to Manchester United?

Di Maria is amazing, anyone who watched him slaughter Bayern Munich in the semi-finals can attest to that, but he's being completely wasted at Real Madrid. He tore through Bayern Munich in both legs of the semi-final, and in the final he was awarded Man Of The Match as Los Blancos beat their city rivals Atletico Madrid to win their 10th European crown.

But for one reason or another, the Argentinean doesn't appear to be wanted at the Santiago Bernabeu. Subsequently, a host of European football's most illustrious have been linked with a move for the 26-year-old, including Manchester United.

PSG is United's competition as far as bidding for Di Maria but BEin Sports is reporting that United are close to signing him, the reason this might be true is that BEin and PSG are owned by Qatari companies and that they would have the definite info. Add to that, PSG is hesitant to spend Di Maria's 49 mil (esp after signing David Luiz). It's kind of a stretch...but not by much.

if he doesn't, i'll still stan in secret


Okay, I just saw this on Tumblr so I don't know if it's true, but apparently there will be another documentary on the successful World Cup journey of Die Mannschaft called "The Golden Trophy - the journey to the 4th star". It should be released in autumn.


By the way, for those who haven't seen it, below is Deutschland. Ein Sommermärchen, the great documentary about the German team of '06. There are English subtitles. If you're a fan of Die Mannschaft and Schweinski, it is a must watch.

Can anybody, hopefully in Germany, confirm if this is true?