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Angel Di Maria leaving PSG after seven seasons

Angel Di Maria is leaving Paris Saint-Germain after seven seasons with the club.

Manchester City's Foden voted Premier League Young Player of the season

Manchester City forward Phil Foden was named the Premier League's Young Player of the season for the second consecutive year on Saturday.

Brazil picks European location for World Cup preparation

Brazil's national team will prepare in Europe beginning Nov. 14 for the World Cup in Qatar at a location to be decided, Juninho Paulista, the coordinator of the Brazilian soccer body, said Friday.

Rangnick to meet Ten Hag as Man Utd seek Europa League salvation

Ralf Rangnick will meet incoming Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag this weekend as the German aims to bring the curtain down on his interim reign by securing Europa League qualification.

PSG coach Pochettino in the dark over Mbappe future

Paris Saint-Germain coach Mauricio Pochettino insisted Friday he has no idea where Kylian Mbappe will play his club football next season as the striker's contract in the French capital comes to an end.

Tuchel hails Chelsea 'miracle' after Kante injury issues

Thomas Tuchel says Chelsea's third-place Premier League finish is a miracle given N'Golo Kante's injury struggles this season, hailing him as "our Neymar".

Klopp confirms 'Liverpool legend' Origi is leaving Anfield

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp confirmed on Friday that striker Divock Origi will leave the Premier League club at the end of the season.

Borussia Dortmund part ways with coach Marco Rose

Head coach Marco Rose has left Borussia Dortmund after just one year in charge, the Bundesliga runners-up said on Friday.

Granada aim to seal La Liga survival in three-way relegation fight

La Liga's three-way relegation battle will be decided on Sunday as Granada, Mallorca and Cadiz all fight to avoid the drop, with just a single point between them.

What is still at stake in Europe's top leagues

Four of Europe's top five leagues come to a conclusion this weekend, with plenty still to be decided and the Premier League and Serie A titles still up for grabs.

Everton secure Premier League spot after comeback win against Crystal Palace

Everton secured its Premier League survival by recovering from two goals down to beat Crystal Palace 3-2 in the penultimate match of the season on Thursday.

Real Madrid sign deal worth $380M for Bernabeu management

Real Madrid has signed a stadium management deal for the Santiago Bernabeu worth 360 million euros ($381 million), the club said Thursday.

Title celebrations set for city of Milan, but which club?

Milan's famous Piazza del Duomo will be thronged with celebrating soccer fans on Sunday.

Giroud left out of France squad, Kamara gets first call up

Veteran forward Olivier Giroud was left out of the France squad and uncapped Marseille midfielder Boubacar Kamara summoned on Thursday for Nations League games.

Man City's defensive issues improve as Walker, Stones train

Manchester City's defensive problems appear to have improved ahead of the final round of the English Premier League on Sunday, when the team requires a victory over Aston Villa to guarantee retaining the title.

Abraham to end breakout season at Roma with a European final

Call it what you want _ a third-tier competition, or even a ``coppetta'' (Italian for ``small cup'') _ the final of the inaugural edition of the Europa Conference League represents a big opportunity for Roma striker Tammy Abraham.

'Next Messi' Bojan learned, suffered in itinerant career

Former Barcelona prodigy Bojan Krkic is playing in his seventh country and "would not change anything" about a career that started with him labelled the next Lionel Messi and now sees him in Japan.

Frankfurt beat Rangers in shootout to win Europa League

Eintracht Frankfurt's 42-year wait for a European title ended Wednesday with a 5-4 penalty shootout win over Rangers in the Europa League final.

Tuchel tells Chelsea to prepare for 'rebuilding' to keep up with rivals

Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel expects the London team to face a period of "rebuilding" following the London club's planned sale.

Mourinho says he and Ancelotti still have a lot more to give

Jose Mourinho sees no reason to stop now after reaching another European final while approaching his 60th birthday.

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