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Tuesday's Latest Football News And Transfer Updates

Villarreal 'will have to be perfect' to beat Bayern Munich, warns Unai Emery.

Hugo Lloris praises Harry Kane's unselfishness after Tottenham striker provided six assists in three games.

Oleksandr Usyk lost ten kilograms in a week when Russia invaded Ukraine, his wife says.

Government ready to wave through ANY of Chelsea's four shortlisted bidders ahead of the final deadline for offers on Thursday.

Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro defends Gareth Bale after the Welsh star laughed off jeers from angry Bernabeu fans

Ralf Rangnick 'was left AMAZED when Manchester United scouts told him they had no reports on 28-goal attacker Nkunku'.

Robert Lewandowski 'AGREES terms over stunning switch to Barcelona.

Merseyside Police confirm they have contacted the family of the 14-year-old autistic boy who had a phone smashed out of his hand by Cristiano Ronaldo.

Porto's game against Vitoria descends into CHAOS as a pitch invader runs on and tries to KICK two players

Man United star Marcus Rashford launches a scheme to help youngsters develop a positive mindset around money.

Darwin Núñez will leave Benfica in the summer, fee around €80m. His new agent will now meet with many top clubs to explore opportunities.

Man United already discussed his name internally - Arsenal wanted him last January as West Ham but Darwin was not for sale.

Borussia Dortmund are working on Karim Adeyemi deal. RB Salzburg director Reiter tells Sky: “The process is ongoing and we're on the right track”.(Source:swearimnotpaul)

Personal terms agreed on a long-term contract, BVB and Salzburg are still discussing about the fee.

Roger Schmidt will sign until June 2024 as new Benfica manager in the coming weeks. The agreement is at final stages, set to be completed soon.

Schmidt is now focused on PSV Eindhoven but he'll the man to re-start Benfica project.

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