Mino Raiola: Balotelli Was Treated Like A ‘Piece Of S**t’ By Jurgen Klopp

Mino Raiola has lambasted Jurgen Klopp over his treatment of Balotelli, who moved to Nice on transfer deadline day.

TRANSFERS: Club By Club Guide Of All Premier League Summer Deals

Here is a club-by-club guide to all transfer deals completed by Premier League clubs in the 2016 Summer transfer window.

Arsenal Defender Calum Chambers Joins Middlesbrough On Season-Long Loan

Newly promoted side Middlesbrough has roped in Arsenal defender Calum Chambers on season-long loan.

Klopp Raids Former Club As Liverpool Make £11m Offer For Dortmund Wonderkid Pulisic

Premier League side Liverpool have launched a £11m bid to rope in Borussia Dortmund winger Christian Pulisic.

Bayern Munich Thrash Werder Bremen 6-0 In Bundesliga Opener

Robert Lewandowski scored three goals to help Bayern Munich to see off Werder Bremen 6-0 at the curtain raiser of the 54th Bundesliga season.

Manchester City Goalkeeper Joe Hart Set To Take Pay Cut For Joining Liverpool

Man City and England goalkeeper Joe Hart has been linked with a move to Liverpool and he is set to accept a pay cut.

Champions League Group Stage Draw: Barca To Face Man City, Arsenal Draw PSG

Champions League Group Stage Draw for the top 32 teams in Europe has been announced in Monaco on Thursday evening.

Man City Announce Signing Of Barca Keeper Claudio Bravo

Premier League giants Manchester City have officially announced the signing of Barcelona goalkeeper Claudio Bravo.

Joe Hart Posts Emotional Message With Man City Exit Looming

Man City goalkeeper Joe Hart has posted an emotional message for City fans after the club qualified for Champions League group stage campaign.

Top 7 Footballers Who Returned To Former Clubs

FTB looks back at some players who have taken back a familiar walk to rejoin their former employees.

How Will Bayern Munich Change Under Carlo Ancelotti?

Carlo Ancelotti’s desire is nothing less than to win the Champions League 2016/2017.

Who’s Got The Biggest League In Europe?

As each league kicks off, the competition over which is the biggest does too. Some commentators are claiming European football is now dominated by a “big three” of England, Germany and Spain instead of the traditional “big five” that also includes France and Italy.

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