Sport Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba celebrates a goal

The French midfielder could be City's first new signing of many this summer

Roberto Mancini talks with Didier Drogba

Former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini rallies against Juventus on debut as Galatasaray manager

Turkish side leave Turin with 2-2 draw after late goal

Thomas Mueller, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Franck Ribery celebrate a comfortable victory for Bayern

Manchester City 1 Bayern Munich 3 match report: German masterclass leaves Joe Hart and his City team-mates humiliated

Disappointment for Manuel Pellegrini's team as European champions live up to every inch of their billing

Roberto Mancini failed to build upon last season's success

Roberto Mancini 'very happy' after returning to management with Galatasaray

The former Manchester City manager has agreed a three-year deal with the Turkish outfit

Nicklas Bendtner in action in his Arsenal return against West Bromwich on Wednesday

Arsene Wenger praises 'positive' Nicklas Bendtner return, but warns the striker must stay fit

Dane appeared for Arsenal for the first time since August 2011

Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo celebrate together

Champions League round-up: Gareth Bale provides assist as Cristiano Ronaldo scores hat-trick for Real Madrid

A look around the rest of the action in Europe

Gareth Bale trains in Istanbul ahead of tonight’s game

Champions League: Gareth Bale to play in top tier of Europe for first time in two years if selected by Real Madrid

Former Tottenham player hopes for Turkish delight as Real Madrid visit Galatasaray

Gareth Bale warned Real Madrid fans may count first impressions

Ian Rush warns Welshman, who is not fully fit ahead of debut

Giovanni Trapattoni looks set for an exit as Republic of Ireland coach unless he can perform a miraculous turnaround

Giovanni Trapattoni accepts Republic of Ireland days are numbered with hope dwindling

Only an unlikely run of results can save the Italian while Wales and Scotland play for pride

Zinedine Zidane has claimed £86m for Gareth Bale is 'incomprehensible'

Transfer news: Zinedine Zidane claims £86m for Real Madrid star Gareth Bale is 'incomprehensible' after Tottenham switch

Former world-record transfer Zidane believes the fee is too much for any player although he is looking forward to helping Bale develop to his full potential

Brazilian forward Leonidas (L) controls the ball in front of a Swedish defender during the World Cup soccer match for third place between Brazil and Sweden 19 June 1938 in Bordeaux.

Google Doodle celebrates fancy footwork of Brazilian footballer Leonidas da Silva

Today's Google Doodle features a frame-by-frame sketch of Brazilian footballer Leonidas da Silva performing a 'bicycle kick' on what would have been his 100th birthday.

Mohamed Sissoko

Reading 'target' Mohamed Sissoko released by PSG

The former Liverpool player has seen his contract terminated by mutual consent

Gareth Bale at a press conference announcing his move to Real Madrid at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu

Gareth Bale, his £85m transfer deal, and how Real Madrid ruined football for fans

As the dealing reaches fever pitch, Borrusia Dortmund show you can join football's big boys without buying success

Nicklas Bendtner was on loan at Juventus last season

Transfer news: Crystal Palace sign Adrian Mariappa

Bendtner has struggled to hold down a first-team place with the Gunners, and has been out on loan for the past two seasons

Emanuele Giaccherini opens the scoring for Sunderland

Emanuele Giaccherini reveals motivation to leave Juventus and join Sunderland

The Italian scored in the 1-1 draw with Southampton at the weekend

Paul Pogba

Transfer news: Juventus insist Arsenal 'target' Paul Pogba will remain in Turin

The Gunners have been linked with a £20m move for the former Manchester United player

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