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Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...
Defiant Brendan Rodgers has told Manchester City : Luis Suarez is not for sale.
Arsenal passed up the chance to sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic from Malmo for £3million 12 years ago.
Southampton 's Nigel Adkins insists he and fellow under-fire boss Mark Hughes will both still be in their jobs on Monday.
Christian Benteke has rocked Aston Villa by declaring his dream of playing for Arsenal.
Aston Villa keeper Shay Given wants to play for Celtic before he retires.
Chelsea are on the verge of signing Fluminense teenager Wallace.
Patrice Evra has claimed Mario Balotelli wants to leave Manchester City and return to Italy.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers last night came out fighting over Luis Suarez and warned Roberto Mancini: "He's staying here."
West Ham co-owner David G...
BEST OF MAXIM
HEELS OVER HEAD
Sweden and England met up in an international friendly on Wednesday at Sweden’s new national stadium, and the home squad came away with a 4-2 victory, thanks to striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s quartet of goals. If you happened to be watching this match you might have thought that Ibrahimovic’s third goal, scored on a gorgeous free kick, might have been the best one of the day...
Luis Suarez collected his second successive Standard Chartered Player of the Month award and revealed how he hopes to spend many more years scoring goals for Liverpool.
Suarez collected 54 percent of votes following his October performances, which included three goals and a Merseyside derby he’ll never forget.
After being presented with the award at Melwood, he told Liverpoolfc...
Zlatan Ibrahimovic need not apologize to Michael Bradley. He won the award for “Best Goal in a Midweek International Soccer Game” fair and square.
The Swedish striker buried England’s hopes for victory with four goals, but it was his last one, an out-of-this-world bicycle-kick, which makes us beam with delight.
With Sweden leading 3-2 in second-half stoppage time, Ibrahimovic chased...
Ibracadabra. Ibrahimagique. Goal from the Gods.
Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic was the toast of the football world - and newspaper headlines - on Thursday after scoring with a magical bicycle kick from 30 yards out in a friendly match against England.
The debate is on: Was it the greatest goal of the year? Of this century? Of all time?
Ibrahimovic's acrobatic strike certainly...
Here on Outside the Boxscore, we have shown you some impressive soccer goals but Sweden's
Zlatan Ibrahimovic put together a bicycle kick for the ages in a friendly against England.
Nearing the end of the second half with Sweden up 3-2, English goalie Joe Hart attempted to clear the ball out of his zone but ended up heading it right to Zlatan.
Watch as Ibrahimovic scores...
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored what might have been the best goal of his great soccer career on Wednesday in an international friendly between Sweden and England. In the waning moments of the game, Ibrahimovic took a header from England’s goalkeeper and scored one of the longest and most brilliant bicycle kicks you’re ever likely to see.
Imbrahimovic scored all four of Sweden’s...
You may have already seen the long-range bicycle kick goal from Zlatan Ibrahimovic in Sweden's 4-2 victory over England on Wednesday. But, it's worth watching again. And again. And again.
Here it is:
Check out multiple GIFs of the goal at The Last Angry Fan.
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Sweden captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic has urged England counterpart Steven Gerrard to quit Liverpool and move to "a big international club".
Gerrard is poised to win his 100th cap in Wednesday night's friendly international between the two countries to mark the opening of the Friends Arena in Stockholm.
Ibrahimovic is a big admirer of Gerrard but feels he should leave...
Rennes coach Frederic Antonetti has sought to play down controversial comments he made about PSG ahead of Saturday's clash between the sides.
On Thursday Antonetti described PSG as "an Italian club playing in France" and also questioned their sporting director Leonardo's criticism of referee Clement Turpin after last week's draw with Montpellier.