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Schneiderlin close to Everton move: Mourinho

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said that the club is close to selling midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin to rival Everton. - AP
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said that the club is close to selling midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin to rival Everton. – AP



MANCHESTER, United Kingdom (AFP) – Manchester United’s French midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin is closing in on a move to Everton, his manager Jose Mourinho confirmed on Tuesday.
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Diego Costa dropped by Chelsea amid China offer & row with Conte

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The Spain striker will play no part against Leicester City after the manager became involved in a dispute with the Blues' medical staff this week



Diego Costa has been dropped by Chelsea following a row with manager Antonio Conte, Goal can confirm.

The striker will play no part in the Blues' visit to Leicester City in the Premier League on Saturday after disputing the extent of an injury with the club's medical staff.

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Ronaldo wins FIFA best player award

Real Madrid and Portugal’s forward, Cristiano Ronaldo poses with The Best FIFA Men’s Player of 2016 Award trophy. - AFP
Real Madrid and Portugal’s forward, Cristiano Ronaldo poses with The Best FIFA Men’s Player of 2016 Award trophy. – AFP


ZURICH (AP) – Capping what he called the best year of his career, Cristiano Ronaldo won his fourth FIFA best player award on Monday.

The double European champion with Portugal and Real Madrid beat great rival Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann to complete a sweep of top individual awards.
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Copa del Rey draw: Barcelona and Real Madrid discover quarter-final fate

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Having both won their last 16 ties this week, the Clasico giants have been drawn fellow La Liga sides in the final eight of the competition



Barcelona will hope to put their Anoeta troubles behind them when they meet Real Sociedad in the first leg of the Copa del Rey quarter-final.

The Spanish champions have not won in San Sebastian since 2007 and needed a Lionel Messi strike to earn a point in their league visit in November.

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