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Real Madrid confirms Santiago Solari postion on permanent basis after signing three-year deal with the club to replace Julen Lopetegui

Real Madrid have confirmed Santiago Solari as their permanent head coach giving him a two-and-a-half-year contract. Solari took charge of the first team a fortnight ago and promptly racked up the best start of any new manager at the club in its 116 year history. His first four games ended with four

Gonzalo Higuain slap with two match ban likely to miss AC Milan’s games against Lazio and Parma after furious reaction to being sent off against parent club Juventus

Gonzalo Higuain will miss AC Milan's games against Lazio and Parma after his furious reaction to being sent off against parent club Juventus. Higuain had to be led off the San Siro pitch after referee Paolo Mazzoleni sent him off for a second bookable offence. The 30-year-old striker had initially been booked

Embarrasing moment as Milan teen uploads selfie with Cristiano Ronaldo only to be photobombed by a naked Giorgio Chiellini!

So excited was Raoul Bellanova to post his selfie with Cristiano Ronaldo, he was blissfully ignorant of the entire contents of the photo. Following Juventus's 2-0 win over Milan at the San Siro on Sunday, the youngster, who did not make it off the bench in the clash, made a beeline

Man United defender Victor Lindelof wins Swedish player of the year and the second player to win after Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s 10 years of dominance

Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof has been named Sweden's player of the year. The 24-year-old was given the honour on Monday night, and became just the second player to win it after a decade of dominance by his former club team-mate Zlatan Ibrahimovic. LA Galaxy striker Ibrahimovic won it in every

Manchester City 3-1 Manchester United: City dominates as Ilkay Gundogan seals victory for Pep Guardiola’s side with Sergio Aguero and David Silva also on score sheet

Pep Guardiola clasped both hands around each side of Sergio Aguero’s face. He leaned in, so their foreheads touched, and jabbered excitedly to his matchwinner? Love? Thanks? The tactical explanation for why, after 75 minutes, he was being withdrawn? Maybe it will turn up on Amazon Prime one day. For now

Barcelona 3-4 Real Betis: Vistors thrash Catalans at the Nou Camp as Lionel Messi double on return to first-team fails to save his side from defeat, while Ivan Rakitic see red

Former Real Madrid midfielder Sergio Canales scored the decisive goal as Real Betis beat Barcelona in a dramatic 4-3 thriller. Nothing was as it usually is at the Camp Nou. With Barcelona conceding four, 37-year-old Joaquin scoring one of them, the usually impeccable Marc Andre ter Stegen allowing another to sail