€20m world class player not interested in Manchester United transfer - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Mats Hummels saysthat he is not tempted to join Manchester United or any other big European club, adding that if he ever moves abroad, it won't be because of money.
The 25-year-old defender washeavily linked with Manchester United in the summer, and although the Germanis happy to see him name being linked with other top clubs, he sees himself playing at Dortmund for the rest of his career.
I did not just come to spread mirth (as mirth as it is). Though he has missed two Hamburg games with a rib ouch, I am told Julian Green returned to full training yesterday. am hoping to have an interview with him over at MLSS soon.- Greg Seltzer
For the third straight Sandhausen game, Andrew Wooten has hit the lone goal winner in the dying moments. This time, it came right near the death against 1860 Munich. I have yet to see video fo the first two, but I have hope with it being against the Lions.- Greg Seltzer
In the time-honored tradition of annoying visitors ahead of a big match, there was a fire alarm pulled in Bayern Munich's Moscow team hotel on Sunday night (they play CSKA in the Champions League today). One photographer snapped the above pic of Arjen Robben standing outside in a blanket, and naturally a Photoshop genius somewhere went quickly to work.
Berahino masterclass, Markovic worst in class: The 10 Series best young players in Europe 2014/15 wrap-up, week 3 is a post from: Just Football
The 10 Series is our annual feature in which we select the 60 best young players in Europe to watch in six major European leagues, with stars of the future selected from England, Spain, France, Germany, Italyand the Netherlands.
3 To See: Liverpool v Everton, the Ruhr derby and the Holy War is a post from: Just Football
If you so desired this weekend, you could spend more or less your every waking moment watching a bitter derby somewhere in the world, as the fixture computes have conspired to produce a truly scintillating line-up.
The Arsenal number 11 and Germany international Mesut Ozil hit back at his critics this week after putting on a Man of the Match performance in the Premier League win at Aston Villa. But as a report in The Mirror reveals, Ozil feels that he has suffered the same sort of thing through the whole [...]
A large part of the talk among Arsenal fans and in the football media concerning the Gunners this week is the return to form of the club record signing Mesut Ozil. That is only fair really, after the Germany international was the focus of all the attention while he was struggling for form. Many people [.
Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil believes that he has always been an easy target for criticism, since his early days in Germany.
Speaking tothe German news agencyDPA,the World Cup winner stated that he has 'nothing to prove' in regards to his critics.
Ozil faced some questions during his first season with Arsenal and has recently been the focus of heavy criticism from football pundits following lackluster performances at the beginning of the Gunners' 2014-15 Premier League campaign.