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Neil Johnston

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  1. Hugill to Norwich for £5m?

    Norwich City are close to completing deal to sign forward Jordan Hugill from West Ham in deal worth up to £5m, according to Sky Sports.

  2. It wasn’t a dream


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    Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has just posted this picture on his Instagram page with the message: “Woke up like this.”

  3. New Barca midfielder tests positive for Covid-19


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    New Barcelona signing Miralem Pjanic has tested positive for Covid-19, the Spanish club has announced.

    The Bosnian midfielder, 30, is “feeling well”, self-isolating at home and will travel to Barcelona in 15 days’ time.

    Pjanic has joined Barca from Serie A champions Juventus in a swap deal with Brazil international Arthur.

    Barca, who finished the 2019-20 season without a trophy for the first time in 12 years, begin their 2020-21 La Liga campaign on 12 September.

  4. From Ghanaian refugee to Champions League winner

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    What a future Alphonso Davies has in front of him.

    The Canada international has his first Champions League winners’ medal at the age of 19.

    Here’s his story from Ghanaian refugee to Bayern Munich.

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    Funky Chunky Monkey: Well done Bayern, worthy winners with a squad that could be untouchable for a few years.

  6. Is Chilwell to Chelsea off?


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    Chelsea’s bid to sign Ben Chilwell from Leicester City in a £50m deal could collapse, with the 23-year-old England defender set to visit a specialist over his heel injury.

    Read more in Monday’s Gossip column.

  7. Classy Alaba


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    At the final whistle, David Alaba could have been forgiven for racing away to celebrate with his Bayern Munich team-mates.

    He didn’t.

    Instead he spent several minutes consoling a distraught Neymar on the pitch.

    That’s class.

  8. Jagielka & Rodwell sign new contracts


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    Away from the Champions League final for a moment, defender Phil Jagielka and midfielder Jack Rodwell have signed new one-year contracts at Sheffield United.

    Jagielka, 38, and 29-year-old Rodwell, whose deals were due to expire on 30 June, signed short-term extensions to take them to the end of the delayed 2019-20 season.

    “Phil is a valuable and respected member of the squad,” said manager Chris Wilder.

    “The same applies with Jack, who offered us versatility and gave us options within the group during the second half of last term.”

    Read more here.

  9. ‘I’m not sure PSG can get this far again’

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    Ex-Tottenham and England winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    It doesn’t matter who is PSG manager, you are expected to win the domestic league and cups but this is the competition they want to win.

    Its all about the Champions League for PSG now. They are so desperate to win this trophy.

    You can say now PSG will win the league and domestic cups next season – but in the Champions League I’m not sure they can get this far again.

    They must have thought this is it – we’re not going to get a better chance. This was the time to win it and they haven’t won it.

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    Tango Lima: Coutinho wins the Champions League with Bayern Munich, whilst his parent club Barcelona are in total disarray. The irony.

  11. Another trophy for Coutinho


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    Philippe Coutinho since leaving Liverpool in 2018:

    Champions League

    La Liga x 2


    Copa del Rey

    German Cup

  12. Chilling with the trophy

  13. ‘King’ Coman overshadows Neymar & Mbappe


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    All the talk in the build-up to Bayern Munich’s meeting with Paris St-Germain in the Champions League final was understandably about the superstar forwards on opposing sides.

    As it turned out though, it wasn’t Robert Lewandowski, Kylian Mbappe or Neymar who was the match-winner, it was ‘The King’ .

    Kingsley Coman – a man who has won a league title in all eight seasons as a first-team player – headed the only goal for Bayern to leave him as the only Parisian celebrating in Lisbon.

    “This is an extraordinary feeling,” he said. “I feel a lot of joy, but also sadness for Paris. It hurts my heart a bit even though I am 100% Bayern.”

    Read more here.

  14. Post update


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    This is me EVERY Monday morning.

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    Welsh Billy: So for all the pre-match hype around Neymar being the best and a changed man, funny to see him revert back to type and fall over a blade of grass.

  16. Bayern’s ‘crazy’ journey


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    Bayern Munich head coach Hansi Flick described his side’s journey to Champions League glory as “crazy”.

    Flick has been in charge of the side for 10 months and it is only the second time in Bayern’s history they have claimed this domestic-European treble.

    “I am proud of the team,” said Flick, who replaced Niko Kovac in November.

    “When I saw the headlines in November, all I read was that nobody is afraid of Bayern anymore. The development since then has been crazy. The team just has this overwhelming will to win.”

  17. PSG boss expects Messi to stay at Barcelona


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    Paris St-Germain boss Thomas Tuchel says Lionel Messi is “very welcome” at the club – but expects the forward to remain at Barcelona.

    Tuchel’s French champions lost 1-0 to Bayern Munich in a tightly contested Champions League final.

    “What coach says no to Messi?” Tuchel told BT Sport. “I think Messi finishes his career in Barcelona. He is Mr Barcelona.”

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    Critical Point: You need a team, not individuals, to win the Champions League! Bayern were class – good display from Manuel Neuer in goal and they buried their only clear-cut chance.

  19. Police make 148 arrests following PSG defeat


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    French police say they have made 148 arrests following riots in the capital after Paris St-Germain’s 1-0 defeat in the Champions League final to Bayern Munich on Sunday.

    The clashes occurred on the Champs-Elysees and around the Parc des Princes stadium, where fans had gathered to watch the game on a big screen.

    Cars were set on fire and shop windows were smashed, police said.

    Read more here.

  20. Wolves and Newcastle keen on Arsenal defender


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    Wolves and Newcastle are both keen on Arsenal defender Ainsley Maitland-Niles, who is set to leave the Gunners.

    The 22-year-old made 32 appearances for Arsenal last season and started the FA Cup final victory over Chelsea.

    However, the Gunners are committed to rebuilding under manager Mikel Arteta and have told Maitland-Niles they are willing to listen to offers for him.

    No bids have been made yet but it is understood a deal could be put together for an offer in the region of £20m.

    Read more here.