There is little doubt that Christian Pulisic is an immense talent. Several young American soccer talents have been touted, only to regress into the depths of lower divisions (e.g. Freddy Adu). Some have gone on to have decent professional careers (e.g. Luis Gil), but never truly reached the heights of Europe’s elite clubs. We’ve never 

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For a while now Mario Gotze has been linked with a move back to his former club Borussia Dortmund, but the return now looks odds on to come to fruition sooner rather than later. Hans-Joachim Watzke – Dortmund’s Chief Executive – disclosed earlier in the week that no agreement had been arrived at, but his 

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The Citizens are keen to add to their striking options, as a likely departure of Wilfried Bony would leave just Sergio Aguero and Kelechi Iheanacho. French-born Gabon International Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is thought to be valued at £60 million by the Bundesliga giants and was in fact the Bundesliga player of the season last term scoring 

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The level of scrutiny on Brendan Rodgers this season, having acquiesced wholesale changes to his backroom staff over the summer, was always going to be more intense having spent in excess of £70 million to improve on last year’s dismal campaign, but it still seems obscene that he should be under pressure after just five 

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An enthralling and exciting semi-final slam awaits us. Four European giants, who play some of the most brilliant football ever seen throughout, battle it out for the chance, the opportunity to take the most prestigious club competition on the continent. Who are the favorites? Who are the underdogs? Here’s our world-class (somewhat) preview of what 

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Jose Mourinho said the world’s eyes would be on his Real Madrid side’s captivating win over Manchester United on Tuesday night, but that would have been a discredit to events over in Germany where Borussia Dortmund are offering their own brand of entertainment. As Madrid battled into the quarter-finals of the Champions League at Old 

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Back in the days, Dortmund was the team who feared no one. They were a complete powerhouse. Something similar to Barcelona nowadays. With the likes of Stéphane Chapuisat, Andreas Möller and Michael Zorc, the current sporting director of BVB, the team used to tear any defense apart with no hesitation. For some reasons, Dortmund started to lose its form game 

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