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Liverpool fans have let out a collective sigh of disappointment after numerous outlets revealing Reds target Marc-André ter Stegen may be on the verge of agreeing a deal with Manchester City. Throughout the season the Merseyside club has been...

A triumphant effort from the Londoners but still convincingly falling short of the prize. Arsenal lose 3-1 on the night in Barcelona, making it 5-1 to the Blaugrana on aggregate. There’s no shame in being defeated by the perhaps one of...

There’s not many that will argue Arsenal still have a chance of qualifying tonight. Two nil down on aggregate, and the second leg at the Nou Camp, a stadium that Los Cules have not tasted defeat at in over a year. The Blaugrana are on...

German goalkeeper and Liverpool target, Marc-Andre ter Stegen, sent a message out to the media yesterday as the Barcelona goalkeeper refused to give any guarantees over his future at the Spanish club. Throughout the past couple of seasons,...

After the shocking defeat on Sunday, Arsenal set to face the defending Champions League winners, Barcelona. As the Gunners are set to travel to the Camp Nou with shattered dreams and morale, Wenger may have one last desperate trick up his sleeve....

As Zlatan Ibrahimovic got on the end of an Angel Di Maria cross and rifled his shot into the top of the net, you could feel the optimism slowly drain from the Chelsea fans as it was all but inevitable the Blues would exit the Champions League...

Chelsea kick off the most important four days within their season by taking on Paris Saint Germain in the second leg of the last 16 of the Champions League. With the score standing at 2-1 to the French club after the first leg three weeks ago,...

Arsenal vs Barcelona. Two giants of the football universe. Two brotherly philosophies. Arsenal can be somewhat classed as ‘Little Barca’, due to their similarities on and off the pitch, with their possession keep based style of...

It seemed inevitable as Edinson Cavani entered the fray in the 74th minute that he would have a say in which way the pendulum would swing in this Champions league tie. It took the Uruguayan striker 4 minutes to leave his stamp on this tie,...

The hour and 15 minute flight from London to Paris has become an all too familiar one to Chelsea players and fans over the past three seasons. With Chelsea and PSG both having knocked each other out in the past two Champions League campaigns,...