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French striking sensation backtracks on his

French striking sensation backtracks on his "dream" to play for Real Madrid

Monaco attacker Kylian Mbappe suggests that France boss Didier Deschamps could play a role in his future as speculation surrounding the teenager gathers pace. But there's plenty of time to think about all this. "There are important matches for France ", Mbappe told reporters. "I went to the Masters 1000 event at Monte-Carlo a few weeks ago, but this is my first time at Roland Garros".



Cavs clinch third consecutive Eastern Conference Title in dominating fashion

The Warriors, who beat Cleveland for the crown in 2015, swept the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference finals and host game one of the championship series in Oakland next Thursday. Celtics coach Brad Stevens was disappointed with his team's defense on Irving, who was able to spread the floor while surrounded by shooters. At least, this way, we would have some parity in what has otherwise been a predictable season.


Warriors' Kerr will not coach Game 1 of NBA Finals

Warriors' Kerr will not coach Game 1 of NBA Finals

James rejoined the Cavaliers in 2014 determined to bring a championship to his home state and brought the team back to relevance after four consecutive losing seasons. Earlier this month, he overtook Jordan for the most points (5,995 points) scored in the National Basketball Association playoffs history, no mean feat.



After Europa success, Paul Pogba goes to Mecca for Ramadan

French global Paul Pogba shared a picture of himself in Mecca on Sunday, captioning it the "most attractive thing I've seen in my life". Many praised the 24-year-old for making time to make pilgrimage during the holy month: "So happy for you brother"; "God bless brother" and "Proud of you brother", were some of the comments left on his photo.



Wenger agrees to two-year extension at Arsenal

Wenger will outline his plans for close-season signings and while there may still be some tinkering with his backroom staff it will not be without his approval. Arsenal finished fifth in the Premier League but managed to beat Chelsea in a surprisingly resilient and determined performance. Arsenal emerged victorious, despite pre-match predicitions from pundits to the contrary, and the club are now poised to confirm Wenger's stay at the club.