Charles Reynolds

Charles Reynolds is a freelance writer and journalist specialising in sport and the arts. He writes the Premier League previews for The Independent online and writes regularly for The Sport Review.

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Mesut Ozil has an effort on goal, which drifts agonisingly wide of the post

Brazil vs Germany World Cup 2014: Mesut Ozil hopes he hasn't 'destroyed the pride of the beautiful country of Brazil'

German midfielder made the announcement on his Facebook page

Mario Mandzukic celebrates his first goal against Cameroon

Mario Mandzukic transfer latest: Arsenal target reportedly agrees move to Atletico Madrid

Bayern Munich man being brought in as Diego Costa's replacement

Manchester United transfer news: Juventus eye move for left-back Patrice Evra

French international is reportedly wanted by Turin club

Louis van Gaal will want to spend a decent amount of time with United in pre-season

Louis van Gaal will take England players on Manchester United pre-season tour of the United States

New boss wants England internationals for American tour

Alfredo Di Stefano dead: Video of the football legend in action

Five-time European Cup winner has died aged 88

Alfredo Di Stefano dead: Who was the Real Madrid legend?

The football legend has died at the age of 88

Toni Kroos of Germany and Bayern Munich

Inter Milan issue completely bizarre press release to announce new club logo

Club's new corporate identity is barely indistinguishable from their old one

Colombia's James Rodriguez celebrates one of his goals during the FIFA World Cup 2014 round of 16 match between Colombia and Uruguay at the Estadio do Maracana in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

James Rodriguez: Monaco want €80m for Colombian star

Real Madrid reportedly keen on breakout star of the World Cup

Argentina's forward Ezequiel Lavezzi seats on a ball as forward Sergio Aguero (R) smiles next to teammates midfielder Ever Banega (C) and midfielder Ricky Alvarez during a training session

Argentina vs Netherlands: Sergio Aguero passed fit for crucial World Cup semi-final

Manchester City star has recovered from thigh injury

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