Sport Barcelona striker Neymar is helped from the pitch

The Brazil international is ruled out for up to a month

Manuel Pellegrini

Manuel Pellegrini: I haven't agreed to become new Manchester City manager

Malaga manager expected to replace Roberto Mancini

Arrivederci, Roberto Mancini: Final defeat is end of the road for manager at Manchester City as rumours of Manuel Pellegrini grow louder

Club are preparing to axe authoritarian Italian in next 48 hours and introduce fresh approach under Pellegrini

Mancini’s day ended in disappointment, as did Captain Vincent Kompany's

FA Cup final: Jubilant Wigan give Roberto Mancini final push

Manuel Pellegrini lined up to replace Italian after Manchester City's millionaires are humbled in FA Cup final

He broke the then points record at Real Madrid, but still finished second to Guardiola’s Barcelona

Just why do Manchester City want Manuel Pellegrini?

He has never won a major trophy but is still seen by many as one of game's top coaches

A dejected Roberto Mancini at Wembley following Manchester City's shock 1-0 loss to Wigan

Roberto Mancini dismisses rumours of imminent sacking despite City's FA Cup final defeat

Manchester City boss claims the story as speculation, but admits the loss is difficult to take in following the shock 1-0 defeat to Wigan

Roberto Mancini
Malaga heartache and Dortmund celebrations
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Dortmund's Neven Subotic vies with Malaga's Jesus Gamez in the first leg

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A look ahead to tonight’s Champions League quarter-final second leg at Signal Iduna Park

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi scores against PSG in the Champions League

Barcelona v PSG: Doubts remain over the fitness of Lionel Messi

Sides are level at 2-2 ahead of their Champions League quarter-final second leg

Dortmund's Neven Subotic vies with Malaga's Jesus Gamez
Jurgen Klopp

Champions League: Malaga v Borussia Dortmund match preview

A look ahead to this tonight’s Champions League quarter-final at La Rosaleda

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Where might the Uruguayan move to if he leaves Liverpool?

Champions League draw: Real Madrid and Barcelona kept apart

Spanish giants kept apart in quarter-final draw

Joao Moutinho celebrates his goal

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A look ahead to tonight’s Champions League clash at Estadio La Rosaleda

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