It's Neymar, of course. After Messi, Lewandowski, Payet, Pogba and all the others. Plus, yet more Ozil stats.
He became the most famous referee in the game, but also one of its best and certainly its most committed.
The back pages are (almost) in unison after a BT event at which Harry and Gary spoke to press.
Add together one old 'exclusive' and another old 'exclusive' and what do you get? A new 'exclusive'
Angelo Ogbonna scored in the final minute of stoppage time in extra time to help West Ham beat Liverpool 2-1.
Degs wants to know after losing money on Munich. Plus, a snooker 'inside job' and Super Bowl crying.
The Belgian had nine attempts on goal but could not score. It's a good job Daniel Sturridge is back.
Jurgen Klopp is disappointed after FA Cup exit but the German is really trying to look on the bright side.
Gary Neville remains 'determined and positive' in his determination to win over Valencia fans.
Remi Garde says he would be willing to stay at Aston Villa, but only if he is given the "means to go up".
Borussia Dortmund fans turned to tennis balls to protest against high ticket prices on Tuesday night.
Yann M'Vila would like to discuss staying at Sunderland, but only if they stay in the Premier League.
West Ham's Nikica Jelavic is set to join the Chinese revolution - for second division football.
"I cannot confirm or deny something that doesn't exist. I want this matter over and done with," says Juve coach.
Danny Drinkwater is under serious consideration for an England squad place. Quite right too...
Plus why 'salivating' over Pep vs Jose is so uncouth, set-piece kings are ten a penny and 'swap' is redefined
There must be a story about tickets in the news. We have alternate views, solutions and fans. And Memphis...
Injuries, 'potential', flashes of brilliance but no consistency. Enough about Arsenal, what about Walcott...?
We take a look at ten bizarre Premier League winner's medal owners. Are Nathan Dyer and Demarai Gray next?
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