Jack Pitt-Brooke

Jack Pitt-Brooke is a sports writer for The Independent.

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Lionel Messi celebrates one of his two goals

Jose Mourinho takes a swipe at Pep Guardiola by insisting Lionel Messi can be stopped - claiming to have done it 'many times'

The Bayern Munich manager said that the Barcelona player was impossible to contain ahead of his side's Messi-inspired 3-0 defeat

Memphis Depay impressed playing for Louis van Gaal’s Netherlands at last year’s World Cup

Memphis Depay joins Manchester United: Signing of PSV forward to kick-start spending spree for Mats Hummels and Nathaniel Clyne

Dutchman will join for £25m but United are set to continue their lavish spending since Van Gaal took the reins

Juventus 2 Real Madrid 1: Five things we learnt, including Iker Casillas is past it and Carlos Tevez remains effective

Xabi Alonso was sorely missed, Gareth Bale struggles in this side and Arturo Vidal has still got it

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

Arsenal transfer news: Arsene Wenger reveals: 'We are not close to signing anybody. We need to lose some players'

Gunners can be genuine title contenders next season, insists Wenger

Five reasons Chelsea won the Premier League title easily this season

Costa, Fabregas, Hazard and Terry were key men in a season of triumph for Mourinho

Alexis Sanchez celebrates scoring a second for Arsenal against Reading

Alexis Sanchez could miss the start of Arsenal's title challenge next season as Chile progress in Copa America

Chile's involvement in the Copa America could see Sanchez return to England later than expected

Arsene Wenger: Jose Mourinho must show me more respect, says Arsenal manager as feud with Chelsea boss continues

The pair have been involved in numerous confrontations

Jota Peleteiro

Jota Peleteiro interview: Brentford's Jota targets repeat of Spanish miracle

INTERVIEW: Fans’ favourite tells Jack Pitt-Brooke promotion at Eibar can inspire Championship play-offs bid

Jon Toral has spent the 2014/15 season on loan with Brentford

Arsenal transfer news: Former Barcelona academy product Jon Toral signs new contract after successful loan spell with Brentford

Toral has scored six goals in 34 appearances for Brentford this season and his contract was due to expire at the end of the season

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