Transfer: Rakitic accuses his exit talks despite approaches to conclusions

The Croatia international midfielder has been linked with a move away from Camp Nou for some time, but he claims to be happy with the Liga giants. Ivan Rakitic has laughed off the latest round of rumours regarding his Barcelona future, with the Croatian adamant that he is not looking for a move. Transfer talk is nothing new for the 32-year-old midfielder, especially as he is now approaching the final 12 months of his current contract. He has paid little attention to the speculation in the past, amid talk of interest from the likes of Sevilla and Inter, and will not be altering that stance any time soon. Having been at Camp Nou since 2014, with 299 appearances for the Blaugrana, Rakitic insists he is happy

Ronaldinho: The brazilian legend would soon be off the bars(house arrest)

Ronaldinho's innocence is beginning to unravel after a man who was directly involved in creating his fake passport has been apprehended. The former Barcelona star and his brother Roberto Assis were arrested in Paraguay in possession of fake

Ronaldinho's hopes of getting out of house arrest soon has been received a massive boost The man who created the fake passport for the Brazilain and his brother has been apprehended https://twitter.com/Soccer_Laduma/status/1250791656472801280 Ronaldinho and his brother have spent 32 days in prison and are currently on house arrest Ronaldinho's innocence is beginning to unravel after a man who was directly involved in creating his fake passport has been apprehended. The former Barcelona star and his brother Roberto Assis were arrested in Paraguay in possession of fake documents. Wilson Arellano's house was ransacked by the police and was arrested for alleged ties with criminals who forged the documents. https://twitter.com/TimesSport/status/1250769456348966913 “Wilson is part of a criminal group we have been investigating for some time,”

“Brazil Ronaldo is better than Portugal Ronaldo” says Christian Vieri

Christian Vieri is of the opinion that ‘O Fenomeno’ was better than Cristiano Ronaldo Ronaldo de Lima and his Portuguese namesake are arguably part of football's greatest strikers Vieri played alongside Ronaldo de Lima during their days at Inter Milan With Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi leading the debate as regards who the better player is, the same topic has been extended to CR7 vs Ronaldo Nazario de Lima, DailyMail reports. Ronaldo de Lima is arguably the greatest goal poacher ever to play the game, a sensational striker who scored with ease to earn the name ‘phenomenon’ - 'O Fenomeno'. Two of the greatest players in the history of football share the 'Ronaldo' name but opinions are split as to

Barca golden age members: Barcelona needs iron hands to rule the club

Andres Iniesta was part of the Barcelona golden age that won quite a number of laurels He currently plays in Japan for Vissel Kobe Six members of the Barca board led by Josep Bartomeu resigned their positions recently The 35-year-old who currently plays as a central midfielder for Japanese club Vissel Kobe has hinted that he and some of his Barcelona team-mates will return to the Spanish club to run it, SunSport reports. Iniesta believes the likes of Xavi, Messi and himself will, in the future, take charge of the Catalan club and return it to its golden days. Crisis rocking Spanish champions the club continued after six members of the board led by Josep Maria Bartomeu resigned their positions.

Covid-19: Why professional leagues are still on despite the coronavirus?

Whilst most professionals sports have ground to a halt amid the coronavirus pandemic, there's still a small number that are finding a way to continue. Football, in particular, has been severely affected with all of Europe's major leagues now suspended for the foreseeable future. However, for those fans desperate for a football fix, there are still some leagues around the world that are playing on. The Belarusian Premier League is now the only active competition left in Europe and has seen its popularity soar as a result. The country's football federation even secured new broadcasting deals in as many as 10 countries, Reuters reports, including Russia, Israel and India. Mannequins and cardboard fans Incredibly, fans are still able to attend the matches in Belarus although attendances have been dwindling

Former Barca, Real & At Madrid coach dies at 71 years old

Radomir Antic, the only man to serve as coach of Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Atletico Madrid, has died at the age of 71. The former coach of some of Spain's top football clubs spent most of his coaching career in the country, winning the La Liga title and Copa del Rey with Atletico in 1996. In addition to stints at Real Zaragoza, Real Oviedo and Celta Vigo, Antic also took charge of the Serbian national team between 2008-2010 before ending his career in China. The news of his death was confirmed by a number of his former clubs on Monday. "The Atlético de Madrid family is mourning the passing of Radomir Antić, one of our legendary coaches. You will forever live in our hearts. Rest in

Chelsea News: Eden Hazard needs to be sculptured in Stamford bridge

Eden Hazard left Chelsea to join Real Madrid last summer after winning two Premier League titles at Stamford Bridge. Eden Hazard should have his legacy at Chelsea honored with a statue outside Stamford Bridge. https://twitter.com/HakimZ10i/status/1243882136454729729 English Premier League Chelsea vs Spurs @ Stamford bridge where Eden Hazard dribbled Harry Kane According to NBA star and Blues fan Larry Nance Jr. Hazard spent seven years at Chelsea where he established himself as one of the world's best attackers. During his time at the club he played under six managers, helping the club win numerous trophies in his time there. When he signed for Chelsea in 2012 for a fee worth a reported £32million, there were high expectations on how he would develop. But he surpassed those expectations, earning countless individual

Transfer: Ivan Rakitic set to leave Barcelona for Man Untd for £17.6m

Ivan Rakitic is on the verge of leaving the Catalan club for Old Trafford - The Croatian has dropped down the perking order in the Barcelona first team

Ivan Rakitic is on the verge of leaving the Catalan club for Old Trafford - The Croatian has dropped down the perking order in the Barcelona first team Manchester United are keen on having Rakitic in a bid to fortify their midfield. The Croatian could be playing at the Old Trafford this summer as he is said to be free to leave Barcelona for £17.6m, according to reports from SunSport. Rakitic who has been a major part of the Barcelona squad previously has failed to impress in the last couple of seasons and this will allow the Catalan club to let him go. The former Sevilla attacking midfielder joined Barcelona on June 16, 2014 when he signed a 5-year contract. Barcelona

Barcelona Names the EPL star they will sign after COVID-19 cases

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could fulfil his dreams of playing for Barcelona next season. The Catalans are eyeing a move for the Gabonese as a replacement for Luis Suarez this summer Aubameyang's deal with the north Londoners end in the summer of 2021 Spanish League giants Barcelona have reportedly concluded plans to lure Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang away from the Emirates Stadium. The Gabon international has been linked with a move away from the north Lond club with the Catalan club emerging as a possible destination for him. According to SunSport, the former Borussia Dortmund is also keen on signing for the La Liga defending champions at the end of this season. Barca are said to have made the Gunners forward their prime target as a replacement for

Coronavirus:W. Roony complains on how footballers treated

Wayne Rooney says the government and football authorities have treated footballers as "guinea pigs" during the coronavirus outbreak. Elite football in Britain has been suspended until at least 3 April, with the Premier League saying "conditions at the time" will determine its return. "For players, staff and their families it has been a worrying week," he said. "One in which you felt a lack of leadership from the government and from the FA and Premier League." Writing in his column in the Sunday Times, the former England captain said: "The rest of sport - tennis, Formula 1, rugby, golf, football in other countries - was closing down and we were being told to carry on. "I think a lot of footballers were wondering, 'Is it something to do