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Arsenal and Liverpool target could leave Monaco - boss

Arsenal and Liverpool target could leave Monaco - boss

Liverpool and Arsenal have been given fresh hope in their pursuit of Thomas Lemar with AS Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim suggesting that the Ligue 1 side won't be able to "say no" if a insane money offer arrives during the current January transfer window.


Enzo Amore Predicts Ronda Rousey set for 'Rude Awakening' in WWE

Enzo Amore Predicts Ronda Rousey set for 'Rude Awakening' in WWE

Furthermore, Triple H explained that Rousey is a huge fan of and interested in what the WWE does, besides also looking into the opportunities that lie in the WWE. Pro-wrestling pundits believe that Rousey may indeed partake in the matchup as a surprise entrant, and the reason behind WWE and Rousey keeping her appearance under wraps is to enhance the intrigue and surprise factor during the Royal Rumble PPV event.


Messi equals Muller record as Barcelona beat Levante

Messi equals Muller record as Barcelona beat Levante

Messi is a Barcelona academy product. Coutinho, who was denied a move to the Camp Nou last summer, is widely regarded as the heir to Andres Iniesta's throne and his arrival will only strengthen Barca's bid to reclaim La Liga. It took only 12 minutes for them to break the deadlock at the Camp Nou - and surprise surprise, it came through Messi. I wanted to continue all my life here, I always said that I wanted to stay here for all my career and finish at Barcelona , it was my dream.


Houston Rockets: What to watch for against the Warriors on Thursday

Houston Rockets: What to watch for against the Warriors on Thursday

Houston Rockets' Trevor Ariza (1) collides with Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry as recording artist Usher, right, extends his arms during the second half in Houston Thursday. "He's been really good , he's just not good, he's been really good". The Rockets scored the next five, with a 3-pointer from Green, to get within 108-103, but the Warriors scored the next five to go up by 10 once again.


Jon Gruden plays coy on Raiders job

Jon Gruden plays coy on Raiders job

All signs now point to the Raiders luring Jon Gruden from ESPN, with a rumored five-year, $50 million contract and possible part ownership of the team. He coached the Bucs to a Super Bowl victory and remained for six more seasons, joining ESPN in 2009. Asked specifically if he was a candidate, Gruden said, " Well, I think I am being considered , yes".