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13 June 2018, 01:12 | Charlene Valdez
Jose Mourinho to give Cristiano Ronaldo number seven shirt at Manchester United
The midfielder, who has hit 37 goals in 78 games for the Turkish club, has an £18.4m option to buy Talisca but it is thought that he sees his future away from Turkish football.
Fellaini, 30, is set to become a free agent in the summer transfer market after rejecting several contract offers from Manchester United, and that has seen him being linked with a move to Arsenal, with other foreign clubs credited with an interest as well.
In an interview with Sky Sport, Pires said: "Yeah, why not?"
"I've been playing with a lot of good players and I've been learning a lot from my coach, Jose Mourinho, so there's a lot I've learned this season".
Furthermore, as for Unai Emery, he is a long-term admirer of the midfielder and the fact that he reportedly wanted Fellaini in January during his Paris Saint-Germain days is the flawless specimen of it. Fellaini's departure seems imminent given that they have nearly acquired Fred from Shakhtar Donetsk.
Pires also discussed the expected signing of PSG youngster Yacine Adli, saying that the starlet would be success at the club.
"He's a talented player".
"He has very good quality, he's very fast with the ball".
Diogo Dalot will provide competition to Antonio Valencia at the right-back spot, while Matteo Darmian is one of the likeliest players to depart from Old Trafford in a roster makeover during this summer.
"I've learned a lot of things, it's been a good year for me", the 23-year-old told Reuters.
The Gunners are aiming to strengthen their squad, with new manager, Unai Emery determined to steer the club to trophies in his first season at the helm.
Greece, FYROM achieve deal on name change
The new name, Republic of North Macedonia-Severna Makedonija in Macedonian-should resolve the conflict once and for all. The dispute has poisoned relations between the two neighbors since Macedonia's independence from Yugoslavia in 1991.
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At least one other man was lightly injured while fighting with the hostage-taker and escaping before police arrived on the scene. Shocking photos show police decked out in body armour with a local reporter warning of "an armed man".
Nadal set to clash with Thiem
By contrast, Thiem will do well to protect his own serve against a seasoned victor who has become expert at earning breaks. Sharapova beat the Spaniard in three sets at the tournament in 2014. "I saved two set points and luckily I won it".
Real Madrid Have Announced Their New Manager
In a brief statement to announce the appointment, the Madrid giants said Lopetegui had been appointed on a three-year contract. Spain will face Iran and Morocco in Group B after the challenge of Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal in their opener on Friday.