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The rise of AC Milan youngster Gianluigi Donnarumma

AC Milan supporters haven’t had much to celebrate over the last several seasons, but the emergence of Gianluigi Donnarumma is something all associated with the club should feel proud of. The 17-year-old has the potential to become one of the best goalkeepers in world football. Read More »

Arsenal have bid for Italian striker rejected

In one of the more bizarre and unlikely stories of the January window thus far, Arsenal have reportedly had a £56m, yes, FIFTY-SIX MILLION pound, bid rejected for Torino striker, Andrea Belotti. The bid by Arsenal was made public by Torino’s sporting director Gianluca Petrachi in an interview with Sky Italia. Read More »

Wenger eyes £28million Santi Cazorla replacement

The transfer window is upon us and Arsène Wenger has allegedly made an early move for a long-term transfer target. With Santi Cazorla’s Arsenal future up in arms, the boss is done waiting for his recovery to take place. He needs a suitable replacement right now if Arsenal are to catch Chelsea in the title race. Read More »

Who is Juventus’ history maker Moise Kean?

Teenage sensation Moise Kean made history this past week, not once, but twice. At just 16-years-old, Kean is already showing signs of potential and he has a promising future ahead of him. Here is everything you need to know about the Juventus youngster. Read More »

One Last Chance for Ravel?

His talent on the pitch was unquestionable, described by Sir Alex Ferguson as a 17-year old as ‘The best player I have seen at his age.’ A compliment that would send shivers down any average 17-year old’s spine, said by such a worshipped and idolised man. Ravel Morrison wasn’t any average 17-year old. Read More »

De Boer’s ambitious plan to introduce attacking football to Serie A nipped in the bud

The old adage “When in Rome, do as the Romans do” is universally known. Still, Frank de Boer refused to believe it applied to the rest of the Serie A beyond the two clubs in the eternal City. Internazionale’s far-flung executives came together long enough to disagree, however. With the Dutchman’s offensive tricks not treating Nerazzurri supporters to much joy, ... Read More »

2016 Ballon d’Or: 30-man shortlist announced

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have shared the award for the world’s best player between them for the last eight years: will there be a different winner this time around? Here are the 30 players in the running for the 2016 Ballon d’Or. Read More »

Juventus: The dominant force in Italian football

Serie A has been dominated in recent times by one team, Juventus: The Old Lady have won five consecutive league titles and the club sits top of the table once again. Juventus’ journey has been incredible and they don’t look like relinquishing their hold on Italian football anytime soon. Read More »

Totti: The King of Rome

If you’re a football fan then surely you might have heard the name ‘Totti’ or some of you might have watched his famous ‘sucking thumb’ celebration at some point. And for those in Italy Totti needs no introduction. As he reaches his 40th birthday, let’s have a glimpse of his glorious career. Read More »

Milik has already proved his worth and replaced Higuaín

Over the summer, Napoli fans were very concerned at the sight of losing their marquee player, Gonzalo Higuaín. Although Arkadiusz Milik has come into the squad and proved to be a like-for-like player, if not better. Read More »

The most significant transfers in Europe this Summer – part 2

The Premier League dominated the headlines in this summer’s transfer window, but there was also some big moves throughout Europe. We look at eight of the most important transfers in August from the top five European leagues. Read More »

Why Manchester United Are The ‘New Real Madrid’

I, as a Manchester United fan, but firstly a football fan, would never think that I would be saying this in my lifetime, Man United are the ‘new’ Real Madrid. What does that mean? I hear you ask, let me explain. Myself I am a 29-year old football writer and football junkie if I may say so myself. In my ... Read More »

The most significant transfers in Europe this summer

Some huge deals have taken place throughout Europe during this transfer window. We have seen top players switch clubs for vast amounts of money in the top five European leagues: Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, and Ligue 1. We take a look at the most important transfers so far during the summer. Henrikh Mkhitaryan Borussia Dortmund – Manchester ... Read More »

75 million reasons why Juventus’ summer-signing Gonzalo Higuain is worth every penny of his Transfer Fee

Juventus recently announced the signing of Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain for £75M this summer, making him the most expensive Italian Serie A transfer, the largest in the two clubs’ history and the third most-expensive in football. Reaction from pundits and supporters has been one of surprise, with many suggesting the centre-forward’s age should have lowered Napoli’s valuation, but here are ... Read More »

Why this could be the season La Viola make a return to Europe’s biggest stage…

Fiorentina last qualified for the Champions League in the 2008/9 campaign – now under the guidance of Paulo Sousa, it appears a return to the promised land may be on the cards. It has been a whirlwind of a ride for any Fiorentina fan over the past decade since the Calciopoli scandal back in 2006, life as very rarely been ... Read More »

Why Juventus still hold all the cards

The potential mega-money transfer of Gonzalo Higuain shows once again how despite promising seasons from Inter, Napoli and Roma the Vecchia Signora (The Old Lady) still hold the biggest allure in Serie A. Read More »

Who could Lazio turn to after Bielsa debacle?

Within the past week, a bizarre incident unfolded in the European footballing sphere when Marcelo Bielsa unceremoniously quit his job just 48 hours after being appointed. The former Marseille boss resigned his employment with SS Lazio of Italy citing breach of agreement by the club hierarchy. Read More »

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