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Ronaldinho is set to announce he has joined a new club after parting company with Atletico Mineiro.
QPR, Burnley, Swansea, Stoke and Sunderland continued their preparations for the new Premier League season on Tuesday.
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes insists he has not given up on his bid to sign Liverpool winger Oussama Assaidi.
Bojan Krkic is confident that he will fit in well at Stoke after being told of Mark Hughes’ ambitions for the club.
Bojan played his first 45 minutes for Stoke City in a 2-0 defeat to 1860 Munich in Germany on Saturday afternoon.
Peter Crouch is excited to be teaming up with Bojan Krkic at Stoke, believing he will prove "a fantastic signing".
Last season's top four will kick off Sky Sports' 2014/15 Premier League coverage, with 43 of 116 live games announced.
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Is El Clasico all about Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi? It's also a big one for Iker Casillas, Luis Suarez and Isco
When the two greatest players in the world are on show, it's understandable that they should grab the bulk of the attention. Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are both fit and in form for El Clasico this Saturday and that means this could be a showdown to remember.
Manchester United v Chelsea: If Jose Mourinho's team go to Old Trafford and win the Invincibles talk will be no joke
Cesc Fabregas was adamant when asked the question. Could Chelsea remain unbeaten? “No, no, this is a joke. This is a joke. There will only be one team who can do that - the Arsenal Invincibles team of 2003.” Respectful of his former club’s achievement and downplaying expectations.