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April 16, 2018
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r City is a major coup for the Blues, but Sarri will be desperate for more faces through the door before August 9.</p><p>Maurizio Sarri has been unveiled as the new Chelsea manager for the upcoming campaign</p><p>Previously linked with a Premier League move to West Ham, The central midfielder was a key part of a Russia squad that stunned Spain and beat all expectations at the World Cup this summer.</p><p>His electrifying pace was there for all to see at the tournament, with only six players completing more sprints of them, all of whom played at least one more match than him. </p><p>With such a strong showing on a global stage, there is likely to be competition for his signature, with Juventus also interested. </p><p>Aleksandr Golovin shone at the World Cup in Russia and is also wanted by Juventus </p><p>Strongly linked with Liverpool as they bid to sort out their own goalkeeping crisis, but after beating one of their rivals to a Serie A gem, Chelsea will be confident they can do so again by landing the Roma shot-stopper.</p><p>Noises being made by Thibaut Courtois could add a sense of urgency to any deal, with the Belgian hinting he is ready to move on from Stamford Bridge. </p><p>Alisson Becker had a steady World Cup and has been lauded for his performances for Roma</p><p>The 23-year-old has been described as a 'top priority' for the Blues as they look to strengthen in defence.</p><p>With Andreas Christensen failing to cement his place in the Chelsea side during his first full season in the squad, there is a clamoring for more defensive resolve and the 23-year-old, with three Serie A titles to his name already, fits the bill. </p><p>At the age of only 23, Daniele Rugani already has three Serie A titles to his name</p><p>Having already played under Sarri at Napoli, the Italian boss will know exactly what he is getting in the form of the 30-year-old striker. </p><p>With a central role in the Juventus side no longer a given following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo, a move to west London may be an easier sell. </p><p>Gonzalo Higuain has already worked under Sarri while a Napoli player back in 2015</p><p>The USA winger is still only 19 years of age but made 42 appearances for Borussia Dortmund last season across all competitions and already has 21 caps for his country.</p><p>With Willian looking set to leave, and Eden Hazard's future also in the balance after a strong World Cup showing, a move for the Bundesliga star could be borne out of necessity as well as desire. </p><p>Christian Pulisic is only 19, but made 42 appearances for Borussia Dortmund last season</p><p> The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. </p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p>Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual.</p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p> We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on MailOnline. To do this we will link your MailOnline account with your Facebook account. We’ll ask you to confirm this for your first post to Facebook.</p><p>Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group</p>
ed a plane on Monday morning following their Sunday evening heroics.</p><p>Didier Deschamps' side overcame a resilient Croatia in Moscow to win the famous trophy for the second time in the country's history.</p><p>France's World Cup heroes have made their way home after lifting the famous trophy</p><p>Benjamin Mendy (left) and Paul Pogba (centre) stopped to take pictures with fans in the airport</p><p>The victorious squad patently waited for their flight to arrive before they could board</p><p>Antoine Griezmann and Co still looked to be in high spirits after the historic victory</p><p>Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris looked cool and collected after lifting the famous trophy in Moscow</p><p>The full array of stars were on show as the players waited to board their team plane, with the likes of Paul Pogba, Benjamin Mendy and Antoine Griezmann all in high spirits. </p><p>The world champions are expected to receive a rapturous reception on their return to the capital.</p><p>Les Bleus are set to travel to the Champs-Elysees in central Paris, parading on the fabled boulevard at around 1700 (1600BST), before a reception at the Elysee, the official residence of President Emmanuel Macron.</p><p>Manchester City full-back Mendy, an ever-presence on social media, documented the journey of the team boarding the bus and making their way to the airport.</p><p>Mendy and his team-mates stopped for photographs with the waiting masses, while continuing the celebratory atmosphere from the night before.</p><p>Earlier on Monday morning, Mendy documented the team boarding their coach to the airport</p><p>The Manchester City man was in full party mode, before getting into the coach while topless</p><p>Mendy snapped a sleeping shot of Champions League and World cup winner Raphael Varane</p><p>Enroute to their airport a topless Mendy was still sporting his World Cup winner's medal, while taking the opportunity to grab a cheeky snap of sleeping team-mate Raphael Varane - labelling the defender 'Mr Champion.'</p><p>France manager Deschamps lifted the trophy at Stade de France 20 years ago and now is the third person, after Brazil's Mario Zagallo and Germany's Franz Beckenbauer, to win the tournament as a player and coach.</p><p>Striker Antoine Griezmann, whose fourth goal of Russia 2018 came in the final, told fifa.com: 'We're so happy. We feel so proud, and we just want one thing: to go and celebrate this with the people of France.'</p><p>Records fell in the final, while wonderkid Kylian Mbappe became the first teenager since football legend Pele to score in a World Cup final.</p><p>Kylian Mbappe took time out of the celebrations to respond to football legend Pele on Twitter</p><p>Following the match, Pele joked he may be forced to return to playing after France's 19-year-old forward joined him as only the second teenager to achieve the feat.</p><p>The former Brazil superstar, now 77, wrote on Twitter: 'If Kylian keeps equalling my records like this I may have to dust my boots off again.'</p><p>Mbappe took time out of his celebration to reply to the living legend, simply writing: 'The king will always remain king.' </p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p>Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual.</p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p> We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on MailOnline. To do this we will link your MailOnline account with your Facebook account. We’ll ask you to confirm this for your first post to Facebook.</p><p>Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group</p>
de that battled their way to their first ever World Cup final, scoring three times.</p><p>But at 29, Perisic only really has one last big move ahead of him and after resisting Manchester United's overtures last summer to remain at Inter Milan, he may decide now is time for pastures new.</p><p>Ivan Perisic was one of Croatia's best and Manchester United have been interested before</p><p>United boss Jose Mourinho is still an admirer. Speaking on Russia Today in his World Cup punditry role when Croatia beat England, he said: 'Perisic is the kind of winger that is different to the others,. Normally you look at wingers and they are just fast and creative. But he is also physical, very physical. Fantastic in the air.'</p><p>It wouldn't be a huge shock to see Mourinho and United revive the £45m bid that failed to land the Croatian last summer. </p><p>The defining factor of Maurizio Sarri's maiden summer as Chelsea manager will be Eden Hazard's future. The Belgium attacker was magnificent throughout the World Cup and finished second to Luka Modric in the Golden Ball - the award for the best player in the tournament.</p><p>But Chelsea now don't seem the ideal for Hazard to continue that upward trajectory. Should he stay, he'll face a season of Europa League football and any challenge from Stamford Bridge for the Premier League title would, at this moment in time, be a big surprise.</p><p>Eden Hazard has placed his Chelsea future in doubt with comments at the World Cup</p><p>Real Madrid are the leading contenders to sign him and there is space for a new star at the Santiago Bernabeu following Cristiano Ronaldo's exit to Juventus. Speaking after Belgium's third-place play-off win over England, Hazard said: 'I have spent six years with Chelsea. I played a fantastic World Cup, so it’s maybe time to change something. </p><p>'Chelsea will make the final decision — if they want to let me go, you know my preferred destination. After six wonderful years at Chelsea it might be time to discover something different.'</p><p>Is it in Sarri's interest to keep hold of a player who ultimately wants to leave? And will Hazard be quite as courteous if Chelsea play hard-ball to keep him?</p><p>Whatever happens to Hazard could have a direct impact on goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, the Belgium stopper who won the Golden Glove for goalkeeper of the tournament.</p><p>Courtois has 12 months left on his present deal so Chelsea have a decision to make from a business perspective regardless. But Courtois has said of close friend Hazard that 'wherever I go Eden must come along, we will not let each other go'.</p><p>Real Madrid have been linked with him before and Courtois has family ties to the Spanish capital - his two children live there. </p><p>Thibaut Courtois could depart Chelsea this summer and possibly follow Hazard to Spain</p><p>It's fair to say that things haven't gone to plan for Ousmane Dembele since his £135.5m move to Barcelona from Borussia Dortmund. Hamstring and thigh problems hampered his debut season in La Liga but in glimpses, he showed off his talent.</p><p>He was used fleetingly by France in the tournament with three substitute appearances and one start, but did not play beyond the quarter-final stage.</p><p>And bizzarely, France boss Didier Deschamps criticised Demeble's attituder before the World Cup even started, saying it 'caused problems at Dortmund, for his team-mates and in the national team.'</p><p>He has been linked with a season-long loan move away from Barcelona to rediscover his best form but the Catalan club would need a replacement to maintain depth in their forward line.</p><p>Ousmane Dembele is a World Cup winner but has struggled for his best form at Barcelona</p><p>Before Alisson headed to Russia with many people's pre-tournament favourites Brazil, he was being strongly linked with a move to Liverpool and Real Madrid.</p><p>Jurgen Klopp is in the market for a goalkeeper but will not be held to ransom over the price. The Liverpool boss will observe with interest what happens with Courtois and Real - should the Chelsea man head there, it would clear the way for Liverpool to make a move without getting dragged into a bidding war.</p><p>There may be an element of brinkmanship from Liverpool's perspective but Alisson seems set to join a new club, be they in England or Spain.</p><p>Liverpool and Real Madrid have been linked to Roma and Brazil goalkeeper Alisson</p><p>Arguably as synonymous with trouble as he was with anchoring Croatia's defence alongside Dejan Lovren but Domagoj Vida has won over many admirers for his displays in Russia.</p><p>The 29-year-old has been repeatedly linked with Liverpool in Turkish media, while Everton and Leicester reportedly hold interest. It is believed Besiktas will let Vida depart for £30m.</p><p>Vida was investigated and cleared by FIFA after video emerged of him shouting 'Glory to Ukraine' in celebrations after Croatia beat Russia, where he scored in the penalty shoot-out. Russia are in a state of war with Ukraine. </p><p>Domagoj Vida of Croatia has been linked with Liverpool, Leicester and Everton this summer</p><p>Argentina have a rebuilding job on their hands after stuttering into the second round of the World Cup before losing to France. But whoever replaces Jorge Sampaoli as manager will likely make Cristian Pavon a key man for Argentina over the coming years.</p><p>The 22-year-old can play as a winger or a striker and made four appearances at the tournament, three as a sub and one start. </p><p>He has been linked with Arsenal but, even if he remains in his homeland this summer, can be expected to make a move to Europe before long.</p><p>Cristian Pavon could have a key role in the future of Argentina's national side</p><p>Juan Fernando Quintero was one of Colombia's key players in their run to the last-16 and a £22m release clause has alerted a number Europe's key clubs to his availability.</p><p>He is on loan at River Plate from Porto and River president Rodolfo D'Onofrio said: 'I know of offers for Quintero. He is happy to be in River. If someone wants to take him, they will have to pay €25million (£22m).'</p><p>Tottenham and Real Madrid have been linked with the playmaker.</p><p>Colombia playmaker Juan Fernando Quintero has an asking price of around £22million</p><p>The 22-year-old midfielder was one of the best players in a surprise Russia side which ventured into the quarter-finals of the World Cup.</p><p>Chelsea have been strongly linked with making a move for the CSKA Moscow man - a £27m bid has been mooted amid interest from Juventus as well. </p><p>Aleksandr Golovin, 22, was one of the most imrpessive Russia players at the World Cup</p><p>The stand-out performer in an entertaining Mexico side, Hirving Lozano has seen himself linked with both Tottenham and Manchester United after an impressive World Cup. He played in all four of Mexico's matches and scored once - the decisive goal in Mexico's 1-0 win over defending champions Germany.</p><p>He headed to Russia on the back of an outstanding season in Holland with PSV Eindhoven, scoring 17 goals in 29. He can play on the wing or as a striker.</p><p>Hirving Lozano was one of the most eye-catching players in an entertaining Mexico side </p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p>Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual.</p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p> We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on MailOnline. To do this we will link your MailOnline account with your Facebook account. We’ll ask you to confirm this for your first post to Facebook.</p><p>Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group</p>
or redistributed. ©2018 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes.</p><p> Serena Williams of the United States celebrates winning a point during her women's singles final match against Germany's Angelique Kerber at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, in London, Saturday July 14, 2018. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland) (Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.) </p><p>Williams is ranked 28th in the list published Monday. At Wimbledon, the former No. 1 was playing only her fourth tournament after returning from childbirth, but still reached the final before losing to Angelique Kerber of Germany. Kerber climbed six spots to No. 4, with Simona Halep holding onto the top ranking despite going out in the third round at the All England Club.</p><p>Kevin Anderson climbed into the men's top 5 for the first time after his run to the Wimbledon final put him in fifth place, while champion Novak Djokovic jumped 11 spots to No. 10. Rafael Nadal, who lost to Djokovic in the semifinals, remains No. 1.</p><p>This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2018 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes.</p>
ut, with Chelsea and Real Madrid circling, face a fight to get a transfer done.</p><p>The Brazil international was earmarked as a replacement for Loris Karius towards the tail end of last term.</p><p>Reports have claimed Chelsea want him to replace Thibaut Courtois, while Real view Alisson as an upgrade on current shot-stopper Keylor Navas.</p><p>And the Liverpool Echo suggest the Reds can win the race for his signature if two big things happen.</p><p>The first, would be for Roma to price Real out of a move.</p><p>They Serie A giants want £80million to let their star asset go and the La Liga giants, as yet, are yet to meet their asking price.</p><p>Consequently, they could move for Courtois amid uncertainty over his Chelsea future.</p><p>Chelsea would no doubt try and snap him up if Courtois were to leave.</p><p>But their lack of Champions League football to offer could swing the pendulum Liverpool’s way.</p><p>Meanwhile, Roma recently admitted they would be open to letting their No 1 go - for the right price.</p><p>Sporting director Monchi said: “He has the same chance of staying as all the other players we have not received any offers for.</p><p>“If one arrives, we will study it and make a decision.”</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive. </p>
ssive series of performances for Croatia at the World Cup heightening interest in him.</p><p>The latest reports in Italy indicate Manchester United must pay the big bucks if they are to lure the 29-year-old away from Inter Milan.</p><p>But Thompson wants Liverpool to gatecrash the deal because he believes a move to play under Jose Mourinho would ‘stifle him with defensive responsibility’.</p><p>Thompson tweeted: “That Perisic would look fantastic in a Liverpool shirt,going to Man Utd under Mourinho would ruin him he’d stifle him with defensive responsibility!”</p><p>Perisic does not have a release clause written into his current contract, which runs until 2022.</p><p>Inter are therefore in a strong position to hold out for a hefty fee for the Split-born ace.</p><p>Elsewhere, Daniel Sturridge could still have a future at the Premier League club despite his struggles with injuries and consistency in recent seasons.</p><p>Sturridge has been hindered by several long-term injuries over the last few campaigns, with the England international passing the 10-goal mark only once over the last four seasons, scoring 13 in the 2015-16 season.</p><p>The 28-year-old was loaned out to West Bromwich Albion last January but failed to make an impact at the Hawthorns outfit, failing to score in six appearances for the relegated club.</p><p>"I always said there is a future, it's about what we do in the moment. At the moment it's all good and we don't have to make decisions," Jurgen Klopp said.</p><p>"I don't think about my players like this - like, maybe he's in or out. With the young ones we make these decisions but not with the other guys. They show up, and it should be easy for me in the end.</p><p>Express Sport runs through some of Liverpool's biggest failed transfers</p><p>"The window is still open, right? Is it closing tomorrow? No? Good!"</p><p>Sturridge, who was left out of Gareth Southgate's England team for the World Cup, has been linked with a move to Spain's Sevilla and Turkish top-flight club Besiktas by British media.</p><p>The former Chelsea and Manchester City striker will be hoping to prove himself during Liverpool's pre-season fixtures, with the Merseyside outfit winning two of their first three friendlies.</p><p>Liverpool will travel to the US later this month for the International Champions Cup, where they will face Borussia Dortmund, City and Manchester United.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive. </p>
d Cup, beating Croatia 4-2 in Moscow.</p><p>Liverpool remain keen on Jean Michael Aulas had admitted things could happen.</p><p>And, while Fekir walked through the airport in Russia he was met with Liverpool calls from fans, and he is said to have smiled and nodded in reponse.</p><p>That could be a clue that a move could be back on before the deadline on August 9.</p><p>Liverpool signed Xherdan Shaqiri last week but still want a player to alternate with their front trio.</p><p>Fekir is the top target despite the transfer collapsing last month.</p><p>"It seems to me that Liverpool could come back in," Lyon president Aulas said. "That's what I've read in the press, but I've not been told anything.</p><p>"His transfer failed in June, but he hasn't been affected by it. He is focused on the World Cup, and he still has his heart in Lyon.</p><p>"Nabil is much closer to Lyon today than he was when we talked to Liverpool.</p><p>"Maybe he will go to Liverpool, or another club, but if he stays at Lyon, it will be a great year for him and for us."</p><p>The Fekir saga looks set to keep running with Manchester United and Real Madrid also keen.</p><p>But Liverpool are the big favourites to sign the France ace as they look to finally replace Philippe Coutinho.</p><p>Fekir, 24, impressed as Lyon captain last season, scoring 18 goals and providing eight assists.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive. </p>
a security checkpoint and Perisic was seen saying his farewells to one acquaintance before departure.</p><p>The Croatian squad are pictured at Vnukovo International Airport awaiting their flight home</p><p>Luka Modric proudly displays his silver medal as he clutches his plane ticket and luggage</p><p>Ivan Perisic sports a pair of sunglasses as he bids farewell to an acquaintance in Moscow</p><p>Modric is also seen donning shades as the losing World Cup finalists Croatia prepare for flight</p><p>Ivan Rakitic (bottom right) and team-mates proudly display their medals on-board the plane</p><p>Midfielder Ivan Rakitic later uploaded an Instagram photo of himself, Perisic, Ante Rebic, Ivan Strinic and Filip Bradaric proudly displaying their medals on-board the flight.</p><p>Despite the disappointment of that eventful defeat at the Luzhniki Stadium, thousands of Croatian fans awaited the team's return in Zagreb as they looked to pay tribute following a memorable campaign.</p><p>The city's main Ban Jelacic Square was packed full of adoring supporters - some with their faces painted - wearing those familiar red-and-white checked shirts and proudly waving flags and scarves.</p><p>The Croatian team are due to land at Zagreb's Franjo Tudman Airport later this afternoon, after which they will be transported in open-top buses along a route lined with fans.</p><p>They are then expected to join manager Zlatko Dalic and staff in receiving medals at the office of President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic - who attended matches in Russia - in Pantovcak.</p><p>Zagreb's main square was packed full of supporters waiting to celebrate the return of the team</p><p>Fans wore shirts and waved flags and scarves as they refused to be downbeat after final loss</p><p>Thousands of proud Croatians will greet the national team upon their return from Russia</p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p>Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual.</p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p> We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on MailOnline. To do this we will link your MailOnline account with your Facebook account. We’ll ask you to confirm this for your first post to Facebook.</p><p>Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group</p>
all tradition, a pregame war cry that signifies strength and unity.</p><p>On Friday afternoon, during a send-off luncheon for offensive coordinator Junior Taylor, the players broke into an impromptu haka to show their love for their coach.</p><p>Taylor, a 2001 Mesa graduate who played at UCLA, is leaving to become a receivers coach at Wagner in New York.</p><p>“I did not expect that,” Taylor said of the haka. “I heard a scream, and a couple of guys started the war chant. I look up and the next thing I know, the whole team jumps out from their tables.</p><p>“They jump in formation. It totally caught me off-guard. It was very emotional seeing that. It was very touching.”</p>
lles, Jack Tatum and Donald Fagen prepares to honor another favorite son Saturday.</p><p>A football field and street in front of School Number 11 will be dedicated to the late football player Craig “Ironhead” Heyward.</p><p>Heyward, a running back, was a first-round pick in the NFL Draft for the New Orleans Saints.</p><p>Childhood friend and School 11 classmate John Willis said Heyward embarked on a legendary career at Passaic High School and the University of Pittsburgh before he made it to the NFL.</p><p>Heyward, known as a big and punishing running back, died in 2006 from brain cancer. He set a Passaic High School rushing record with 5,142 yards and scored 75 touchdowns from 1980-83, leading his team to three state championships.</p><p>Heyward played for the New Orleans Saints, Chicago Bears, Atlanta Falcons, St. Louis Rams, and Indianapolis Colts in an 11-year NFL career.</p><p>The request to name the field after Heyward came from “Doing It in the Park” organizers. Mayor Hector Lora said he welcomed the idea.</p><p>“When our kids can see someone who came from similar or the same upbringing and that person achieved success they begin to believe they can do the same or surpass those achievements.” Lora said.</p>