The Offside Daily – Ex-Chelsea star honoured by Anchorman banner, Manchester United set to lose millions on winger and Arsenal/Chelsea boss rift continues

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1. Angel Di Maria set to have a medical ahead of proposed £44m move from Manchester United to Paris St Germain.

2. Celtic await an update on the condition of their opponents pitch ahead of the 2nd leg of their Champions League qualifier.

3. Wayne Rooney received a standing ovation as he made a surprise return to Goodison Park as a substitute in Duncan Ferguson’s testimonial.

4. Stuart Dallas and Moses Odubajo set to leave Championship promotion hopefuls Brentford to join Leeds United and Hull City in deals worth in excess of £1.5m and £4m.

5. Following Arsenal’s 1-0 win over Chelsea, Arsene Wenger rejected claims from Jose Mourinho that his team changed their style of play.

6. Manchester City fan puts football into perspective and has Red Devil’s emblem tattoo to raise funds for his terminally ill son. (BBC)

7. Move over Tom Daley: Olympic champion would be proud of this dive from Andrea Johansson of Norkopping.  (Mirror)

8. Brazilan Paulao was sent off for wearing the same number as his team mate.  (Metro)

9. New York City FC fans unveil Anchorman themed banner in honour of Ex-England and Chelsea star. (Mirror)

10. Zlatan Ibrahimovic had fun in the French Super Cup, the Swedish star produced a string of incredible skills as PSG claimed the spoils in the curtain raiser against Lyon .(Metro)

5 Transfer Rumours that won’t go away:

1. Karim Benzema – Real Madrid to Arsenal – £45.6m

2. Yohan Benalouane – Atalanta to Leicester – £5.6m

3. Jordan Rhodes – Blackburn to Middlesbrough – £14m

4. Denis Cherychev – Real Madrid to Liverpool – £14.9m

5. Roberto Soldado – Tottenham to Villareal – £11m

Today’s Offside Daily is brought to you by Chris Horricks.

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About Stuart Dick (330 Articles)
Freelance Sports Journalist, Newcastle United Women's Football Club Senior Media Office, Sports Presenter with Koast Radio. 2014 BBC Kick-Off Reporter.

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