Internazionale's youth-team coach, Andrea Stramaccioni, is thrown into the air by his players after they won the NextGen Series final by beating Ajax at Leyton Orient's Brisbane Road. Stramaccioni is now first-team manager

NextGen series cancelled amid funding shortage

Youth football tournament will not take place this season

Roberto Martinez

Everton defeat Juventus on penalties in San Francisco

The sides were level at 1-1 after normal time

Transfer news: QPR midfielder Joey Barton attempts to force move to Everton - 'the club he loves'

Barton supported the club as a young boy and is said to be willing to take a significant pay cut in order to join the Toffees

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Norwich striker Gary Hooper now targeting place in England squad

The 25-year-old has moved to the Premier League from Celtic

Gary Hooper in action for his former club Celtic

Gary Hooper targeting goals to force England World Cup call-up after Norwich move

Striker acknowledges that he must find the back of the net if he is to be considered for Roy Hodgson's squad next summer

Liverpool fans at the MCG

Liverpool match against Melbourne Victory to be watched by 95,000 as club's popularity shows no signs of abating

The Reds are on a pre-season tour of Australia and Asia

Cristiano Ronaldo on the ball at Dean Court last night

Bournemouth 0 Real Madrid 6 match report: Cristiano Ronaldo the Real ticket as Cherries are hit for six

It is not often supporters pay £60 to watch their team suffer a thrashing and feel they have seen value for money, but Bournemouth’s fans were at Dean Court last night to see their opposition.

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Stevan Jovetic on verge of move to Manchester City - but is the Fiorentina striker worth £27m?

Jovetic appears destined for the Premier League - but will he adapt? Dylan Fahy profiles the Montenegro international

Emanuele Giaccherini

Sunderland complete signing of Italy midfielder Emanuele Giaccherini

The 28-year-old joins from Juventus on a four-year deal

Transfer latest: Manchester City reported to be considering a move for Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Report in French press suggest that Edinson Cavani deal to PSG could result in City bid for the Swedish captain

Edinson Cavani

Is Edinson Cavani really worth £54m?

The Uruguay international has also been a target for Chelsea this summer

Transfer latest: Nicklas Bendtner's move to Eintracht Frankfurt could be off due to Arsenal striker's wage demands

The 25-year-old was in Germany on Tuesday to finalise the deal, but he could return to London after negotiations all through

Carlos Tevez arrives at Malpensa airport in Milan

Carlos Tevez escapes community service following switch to Juventus

The former Manchester City striker will instead pay a fine

Jozy Altidore in action for AZ Alkmaar against FC Den Bosch

Jozy Altidore 'thrilled' after completing move to Sunderland

The American has signed a four-year contract

Nicklas Bendtner

Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner in 'final talks' over Frankfurt switch

The Denmark international has spent the past couple of seasons out on loan

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