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Bournemouth have appointed Gary O'Neil (39) as their permanent manager on a 1-1/2 year deal to succeed the sacked Scott Parker, after he steadied the ship as interim manager, the promoted Premier League side announced on Sunday.

The Glazer family, owners of Manchester United Football Club, is exploring financial options that could include an outright sale of the club, citing sources.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United have agreed to part ways with immediate effect just days after the Portuguese forward gave a fiery interview on British TV criticising the club.

Youssoufa Moukoko has stalled on a contract extension with Borussia Dortmund, but insists he wants to stay.

Borussia Dortmund striker Sebastien Haller (28), who is suffering from a testicular tumour, will have to undergo surgery. He made the announcement on Twitter.

Even if Randal Kolo Muani has attracted interest from some of Europe's biggest clubs with his performances this season, Eintracht Frankfurt board member for sport Markus Krösche believes the 23-year-old would be wise to stay for a few years.

AC Milan manager Stefano Pioli said on Monday he did not expect February's clash with Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League last 16 to be easy but added the Premier League rivals were an even match for the Serie A champions.

Juventus became just the second Italian side to lose five UEFA Champions League (UCL) group games in one season as they succumbed 2-1 to Paris Saint-Germain at the Allianz Stadium. The Old Lady will compete in the UEFA Europa League (UEL) in 2023 after finishing third in Group H, 11 points adrift of the top two.

AC Milan extended their unbeaten run against Austrian teams in European competition to nine matches with a comprehensive 4-0 win over RB Salzburg which sees them advance to the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League.

Germany were knocked out in the FIFA World Cup (WC) group stage for the second successive tournament despite beating Costa Rica 4-2 as Group E came to a captivating close.

Japan’s FIFA World Cup (FWC) journey continued in stunning fashion as a comeback 2-1 victory over Spain saw them top Group E. Despite suffering their first defeat of the tournament, Luis Enrique's men qualified in second place due to a superior goal difference over Germany.

In the final 90 minutes of play in Group F, Morocco flexed their attacking muscles to defeat the group’s basement dwellers, Canada, 2-1 and seal their fate as group winners and advance to the FIFA World Cup (WC) knockout rounds for the first time since 1986.