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Sevilla winger Nolito has warned Liverpool to be ready to “suffer” when the two sides meet in Tuesday’s Champions League clash at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium.

Sevilla are second in the Group E standings, one point adrift of leaders Liverpool after four games played.

The Spanish club held Liverpool to a 2-2 draw when the two met in their group opener at Anfield on Sept. 13 and former Manchester City man Nolito believes his side can again make life difficult for Jurgen Klopp’s team.

Nolito, who scored the winner in Sevilla’s come-from-behind 2-1 La Liga win over Celta Vigo on Saturday, told Cadena Ser: “We have a huge game coming up. All the top teams are in the Champions League and Liverpool have a great side but so do we.

“Liverpool are Liverpool and I don’t know if they are going to win or lose against us but I can assure you they are going to suffer.”

Sevilla, fifth in La Liga and 12 points adrift of leaders Barcelona, have won just three games away from home this season in all competitions.

“We have a very good team and the best is yet to come,” Nolito said. “We struggled a little bit early on and we know we can play much better and we can score more goals.”

Under coach Eduardo Berizzo, who replaced Jorge Sampaoli in June, Sevilla remain unbeaten at their Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium, where they will have plenty of support on Tuesday.

Earlier this month, Sevilla president Jose Castro appealed to fans to come out in force when the club host Liverpool and supporters have not let him down.

Sevilla confirmed to ESPN FC that since last week there are no tickets available for the contest and that more than 40,000 spectators will attend Tuesday’s game, including 2,700 visiting fans.

Nolito, who has yet to score in the Champions League this season, is hoping to make the difference on Tuesday.

“I need to give my best and hopefully, score,” he said. “I just want to do better, score goals and make our fans happy.”

The 31-year-old has found the back of the net just three times in 15 appearances in all competitions since joining Sevilla on a three-year contract from City in July.

Nolito, who wanted to return to La Liga after making just nine Premier League starts for City following his €18 million transfer from Celta Vigo in 2016, believes it is only a matter of time before he hits his best form.

“I need to gain more confidence but I’m calm,” the Spain international said. “I’ve gone through a lot in my career and it’s a bit like having to start from zero after my time in England where I didn’t play much and then being two months on holiday. I’ve got confidence in me, I’ve always had. I know I can deliver.”

Adriana Garcia is a Valencia-based football writer who covers La Liga for ESPN FC.

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For the Manchester United fans who have not yet completely erased David Moyes from their collective memory, Newcastle United at home comes with a shiver.

“They are coming to Old Trafford and we are going to make it as hard for them as we possibly can,” Moyes said, in December 2013.

Make it hard. For Newcastle. At Old Trafford.

That, and the fact United lost the game 1-0, came, in part, to symbolise Moyes’ reign as manager. A perceived lack of belief and results that seemed to prove it.

Newcastle were the third team to win at Old Trafford during Moyes’ tenure after Everton and West Bromwich Albion. Tottenham Hotspur, Swansea City, Liverpool and Manchester City would all do the same by the time he was sacked.

United under Jose Mourinho do not have the same problem.

Newcastle were beaten at Old Trafford on Saturday in the way they used to be. Comfortably and, despite scoring an early goal, with minimal fuss.

“Lads, it’s Newcastle,” Sir Alex Ferguson might have said.

It extended United’s unbeaten run at home to 38 games in all competitions — matching Ferguson’s best run between December 1998 and April 2000. The club record is 39 games unbeaten between 1964 and 1966.

Mourinho’s team have also won their first nine home games of the season — a post-war club record. Dwight Gayle’s opener for Newcastle was the first league goal United have conceded at home since April.

The belief is back and so are the results.

Of course, it means nothing to Mourinho and he said as much at his prematch news conference on Friday. He is not here to set records, he said, only to win trophies. If one follows the other, then great. But it is only really silverware that interests him.

Mourinho might not want to spend too much time talking about United’s home form, but it is not an accident. His career is built on winning home games. Particularly home games in the league.

Between February 2002 and April 2011, he did not lose one. The run spanned nine years, one month and 10 days, four clubs in four different countries, 150 games, 125 wins and 25 draws.

Since taking over at Porto in 2002, Mourinho has only ever lost nine league games at home — and four of those were during Chelsea’s disastrous run at the beginning of the 2015-16 season.

Barcelona are still the only side to inflict a home defeat on a Mourinho team in the league during a season when they have gone on to win the title.

The team that beat Real Madrid 3-1 at the Bernabeu in December 2011 included Lionel Messi, Xavi, Andres Iniesta and David Villa and was managed by Pep Guardiola.

It was Guardiola’s Manchester City that last won at Old Trafford more than a year ago.

They will be back on Dec. 10 for a game that could decide whether or not there will be a title race this season.

City have been in blistering form but, at home, Mourinho will fancy his chances.

“After playing so many away games recently, seven of our last 10, it is pleasing that five of our next eight matches will all be at Old Trafford,” he wrote in his programme notes ahead of Newcastle’s visit.

“This is a time when we can build momentum as we work towards our aims, and like I always say, we will always do better when you play with us, so if you get behind the boys, they can make some real progress over the coming weeks.”

Progress for United would be eating into City’s eight-point lead at the top of the table.

It is thanks to their home form that they are still in touch at all after losing two and drawing two of their last five Premier League away games.

Wins over Brighton & Hove Albion, CSKA Moscow and Manchester City in the next month would set a new club mark of 41 consecutive games unbeaten at home. But victory over City would be more significant than the other 40 put together.

The belief, the fear factor — whatever you want to call it — is back for the first time since Ferguson retired.

Meaningful title challenges also disappeared when Sir Alex left. Mourinho will hope that is about to change, too.

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Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta has said the club are keeping tabs on Liverpool midfielder Emre Can and Schalke’s Leon Goretzka, who could both be available on free transfers in June.

The Germany internationals are out of contract with their clubs in the summer, and Juve were linked with a move for Goretzka in the last transfer window.

“They are two luxury free transfers and we are at the window,” Marotta told reporters in Milan.

“It will all come down to their individual will.”

Marotta has built a reputation for signing top players on free transfers, having brought in Andrea Pirlo, Paul Pogba and Kingsley Coman in the recent past.

But the Serie A champions will face stiff competition for both Can and Goretzka, with Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund expected to make offers to the players.

Barcelona and a number of Premier League clubs have also been linked with Goretzka, who has scored four goals in his nine Bundesliga appearances this season.

The 22-year-old former Bochum midfielder has also hit three in his past three appearances for Germany.

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Aside from his wedding, it has been a year to forget for Bayern Munich and Germany captain Manuel Neuer. The goalkeeper will be sidelined until 2018 following three fractures of the foot in a matter of months.

The 31-year-old went under the knife for the first time at the end of March but was rushed back into action just two weeks later for the Champions League quarterfinal first leg against Real Madrid in Munich amid doubts over the quality of backup keeper Sven Ulreich.

Following Javi Martinez’s dismissal, an inspired Neuer almost singlehandedly kept a Robert Lewandowski-less Bayern in the tie with a string of majestic saves. And Bayern’s Champions League dream was still very much alive after 90 minutes of the return in the Bernabeu, forcing extra time with a 2-1 win, with a half-fit Lewandowski taken off just before the end of normal time.

Then Neuer suffered another fracture in extra time, with 10-man Bayern shipping a further three goals as they were unceremoniously dumped out of the competition by the eventual winners, but not before numerous complaints about the referee, offside goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and the validity of Arturo Vidal’s red card.

With Neuer vowing to return for the start of the campaign, Bayern — once bitten, twice shy — were in no hurry with their new captain over the summer. Spared the elongated summer tour of Asia to continue his recovery, the keeper got hitched and enjoyed a relaxing honeymoon.

He eventually made his comeback as Carlo Ancelotti’s captain against Werder Bremen on Aug. 26, playing four games and keeping three sheets, breached only in the tame 2-0 loss at Hoffenheim, Bayern’s sole Bundesliga defeat this season.

Then the unthinkable happened. On the eve of a trip to play his boyhood club Schalke, Neuer suffered “a repeat hairline fracture of the metatarsal in his left foot” during a training session on Sept. 18.

Another operation inevitably followed the next day, ruling him out until the New Year. In the meantime, Neuer has revealed that he has been playing with a metal plate in his foot for years, since picking up a similar injury at Schalke in 2008. The keeper didn’t appear particularly perturbed but warned it could take him six months to heal properly — worrying for Germany, with a World Cup defence on the horizon next summer.

Understandably, this was not particularly good news for Bayern either — or an under-pressure Ancelotti. Ulreich struggled to fill Neuer’s rather large boots in goal. He was horribly exposed in the 3-0 loss to Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League and also inexplicably allowed a soft free kick past him against Wolfsburg as Bayern suddenly did very un-Bayern like things and let a two-goal Bundesliga lead slip at home.

With no Neuer to save the day, these errors were the final nail in the coffin for Ancelotti and proved his last game in charge in each respective competition.

However, since taking over for a fourth term, Jupp Heynckes has not only revitalised the German champions’ fortunes but Neuer’s shaky backup suddenly looks as safe as the Bundesbank in goal.

Despite admitting to ESPN FC he is “no Neuer,” Ulreich has kept a string of clean sheets and his crucial DFB Pokal penalty shootout save from RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner kept Bayern’s Treble hopes alive.

Just four league games into Heynckes’ fourth term, Bayern boast a healthy four-point lead in the Bundesliga, and also sailed into the Champions League knockout stages for a 10th straight season, following home and away victories over Celtic.

All would appear rosy in the Bayern garden, if not for a few unseemly squabbles in the medical department. Dr. Volker Braun, 44, an orthopaedist and trauma surgeon, resigned on Monday after nine years at the club, having assumed responsibility for the first team two years ago following the ugly departure of Dr Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wohlfahrt.

“Mull” and his entire staff left the club in April 2015 after 38 years of service, following disagreements with then-boss Pep Guardiola over the treatment of injured players.

German tabloid Bild claimed that Dr. Braun had not applied “ideal treatment methods,” meaning injured stars such as Neuer spent extended spells on the sidelines. Bild also suggested that Dr. Braun only left the club to be spared a messy sacking by a less-than-amused Bayern hierarchy.

Nevertheless, surely the club knows the quality of its medical staff after almost a decade of service? In any case, Neuer soon came out in Dr. Braun’s defence on his Facebook page, saying he was “absolutely not to blame” for his injury woe.

“The media today are giving the impression that Dr. Volker Braun is responsible for the development of my injury, because he did not apply the ideal treatment methods,” he wrote. “I categorically dispute this. Bayern’s former team doctor is absolutely not to blame. I can even assure that he applied the very best methods that modern medicine allows.”

With Dr. Braun gone, there is a void in the treatment room. It would be no surprise to see the 75-year-old Muller-Wohlfahrt back working his magic on a more active basis in the coming weeks.

Dubbed “a phenomenon” by Bastian Schweinsteiger and “a genius” by president Uli Hoeness, the healing hands of Muller-Wohlfahrt continue to treat a long list of Bayern stars, including Arjen Robben, Jerome Boateng and Robert Lewandowski, even though he is not officially on the club’s payroll.

Usain Bolt has been a patient at his downtown Munich practice since the age of 18 and devoted an Olympic gold “to a man with a big heart,” even handing over his world-record breaking shoes as a gift.

The veteran medic left the club in rather ugly fashion, while his close friend Hoeness was still languishing in prison. However, fast forward to 2017, and it is a time when the old guard is reforming under Heynckes.

In order to smooth the 72-year-old Heynckes’ return, Bayern paid around €2 million for a 65-year-old assistant coach in Peter Hermann from second-division Fortuna Dusseldorf, so it would be no surprise to see the 75-year-old “Mull” using his magic potions on a more active basis in the coming weeks.

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Diego Simeone’s men remain unbeaten in La Liga but have found goals hard to come by with Griezmann not at his prolific best.

Some have questioned whether the rumours surrounding the 26-year-old and a possible move to Man United have negatively impacted his form.

And this theory has been somewhat fuelled by images of Griezmann walking away from team photos prematurely.

Some believe his apparent eagerness to separate himself from his team-mates is evidence that he is no longer happy at Atleti and is keen on a move away from Madrid.

However, reports in Spain claim Griezmann’s quick exits have nothing to do with squad disharmony.

Marca suggest that the Euro 2016 Golden Boot winner simply likes to control the match ball before kick-off and, if possible, put the ball in the net.

To be able to do this in time and return the ball to the centre-spot before the referee gets the game underway, he poses for one photo then walks away.

There we have it — a simple case of superstition.

Simeone spoke to Marca about Griezmann’s form this season: “He’s very confused.

“He is not in his best form, but we must support him because the season is long and we will need him towards the end of the campaign.”

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The silly season is officially underway and Atlanta United’s Miguel Almiron seems to be the main attraction. Last week, some vague rumors out of England linked the Five Stripes playmaker to Newcastle United. This week we have a new team entering the mix.

According to Kristian Dyer of Metro US, AC Milan are in pursuit of Almiron’s signature and are supposedly talking a transfer with MLS/Atlanta for around $18 million.

Dyer adds that a league source has also told him that it’s about 50/50 whether or not Almiron leaves MLS this offseason. In addition to Milan and Newcastle, Inter Milan and Arsenal are other clubs to be linked to Miggy in recent weeks and months.

Almiron joined Atlanta last offseason for a reported fee of around $8 million. While none of us want to see him leave, if the club can more than double their investment in a year, you have to deem that great business. Now we just wait to see what happens…

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Real Madrid’s injury problems have mounted with Isco and Raphael Varane missing training on Monday morning for tests, while it looks unlikely that either Gareth Bale or Keylor Navas will be back for Wednesday’s Champions League Group H game against Tottenham at Wembley.

Varane was substituted at half-time during Sunday’s shock 2-1 La Liga defeat at Girona. Zinedine Zidane said afterwards that the centre-back had suffered an adductor muscle issue.

Isco completed the 90 minutes despite appearing to have picked up a thigh problem late in the game.

Zidane said before the trip to Girona that he “would see” on Monday how Bale and Navas’ recoveries from their recent injuries were progressing ahead of the trip to England, so their absence from the group session suggests both the ex-Tottenham winger and team’s first-choice goalkeeper will not travel.

“The squad trained at Real Madrid City as they begin to prepare for the Champions League game against Tottenham, which will be played on Wednesday at Wembley (8.45pm CEST),” a club statement said.

“The players who started the game against Girona trained at a lower intensity out on the field, apart from Isco and Varane, who worked inside. Zidane had the Castilla goalkeeper Moha and the under-19s Dario with him in a session where ball work was the focus. Bale, [Dani] Carvajal, [Mateo] Kovacic and Keylor Navas continue their recovery processes. The first two trained alone on the field with and without a ball.”

No expected return date has yet been given for right-back Carvajal, who has not played since an infection in his chest was diagnosed a month ago.

Eighteen-year-old Achraf Hakimi has started five of Madrid’s last six games, and is expected to again deputise at Wembley, with Nacho Fernandez in place of Varane in central defence.

Isco’s absence would open a potential starting place for Marco Asensio or Dani Ceballos.

Madrid and Tottenham both have seven points from their opening three Champions League fixtures, following their 1-1 draw at the Bernabeu a fortnight ago. A win for either side will all but secure passage to the round-of-16, regardless of the result in Wednesday’s other Group H clash where Borussia Dortmund host Apoel Nicosia.

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BIRMINGHAM — Kevin De Bruyne believes Manchester City are entering a crucial week for their ambitions for silverware this season.

City can guarantee a place in the last-16 of the Champions League with a draw away to Serie A leaders Napoli on Wednesday.

And they can guarantee a five-point lead at the top of the Premier League going into the international break on Sunday with a victory over Arsenal in a game which finishes before Manchester United, their closest rivals, face a difficult clash away to champions Chelsea.

“We know if we go to Napoli and win then we’ll have qualified — that would be a nice position,” De Bruyne told reporters.

“Then hopefully another good one against Arsenal and put some pressure on the rest of the teams.

“It’s important just to get qualified not about thinking about what it might mean, whether we could get a rest. If we are qualified, that is done.
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“We might then have to think about finishing first or whatever but we know if we get a point or win, we are qualified.”

City extended their Premier League winning streak to eight games on Saturday with a 3-2 win away to West Bromwich Albion.

They have drawn once and not been beaten this season but De Bruyne insists it is impossible for City to go all season without a defeat in the league.

“To go unbeaten? Well, it’s very hard. I don’t think it will be possible,” he said. “The level of competition is so high, in every team.

“It’s not like, with all respect, 10 or 15 years ago where you have a couple of teams that won’t win against the top teams. Now, every game is hard and you need to be mentally there.

“And with the Champions League and all the cups, there will be a game where maybe we are a little bit less and maybe lose. But as long as it keeps going, it’s good.”

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Napoli returned to the top of Serie A with a 3-2 win at Genoa, courtesy of a first-half brace from Dries Mertens.

Mertens scored his eighth and ninth goals of the league season in the 14th and 30th minutes to put Napoli ahead after they had gone behind to a fourth-minute Adel Taarabt strike.

An own goal from Genoa’s Ervin Zukanovic’s on the hour sealed a ninth win in 10 games for Maurizio Sarri’s side before Armando Izzo scored a second for Genoa.

Juventus remained three points behind Napoli thanks to an emphatic 4-1 win against Spal.

Federico Bernardeschi and Paulo Dybala scored in the first-half while Gonzalo Higuain and Juan Cuadrado netted after the break as the Bianconeri took their tally to 31 goals in 10 Serie A games this season.

Alberto Paloschi was on target for Spal.

AC Milan ended a run of four Serie A games without victory as they beat Chievo 4-1 to move up to eighth.

Strikes from Suso, Hakan Calhanoglu, Nikola Kalinic and a Bostjan Cesar own goal were enough to ease the pressure on Milan coach Vincenzo Montella.

Lazio overcame Bologna 2-1 in a match where the visitors walked out wearing white T-shirts printed with a photo of Anne Frank and the words “no to anti-Semitism.” They also warmed up in the same shirts.

The team struggled to find their usual game, with Ciro Immobile missing a penalty and the capital club hitting the woodwork four times.

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Senad Lulic netted for Lazio in the first half. Lulic also scored in the wrong net early in the second period.

Elsewhere, Diego Perrotti’s 10th-minute penalty was enough to see Roma past Crotone 1-0 and keep them in fifth place.

Fiorentina thrashed Torino 3-0 at the Artemio Franchi, where Marco Benassi gave the hosts a first-half lead.

Giovanni Simeone extended the Viola’s lead and Khouma Babacar added gloss from the spot, with Antonio Barreca sent off in giving away the penalty.

Antonin Barak’s strike was enough to secure Udinese a 1-0 win at Sassuolo, while Cagliari edged past Benevento 2-1 in a match that came to a thrilling conclusion.

Paolo Farago put the hosts ahead in the ninth minute, only for Pietro Iemmello to level from the spot deep in stoppage time. There was to be another twist in the tale, though, as Leonardo Pavoletti headed home for Cagliari.

Atalanta racked up a comprehensive 3-0 win against Hellas Verona.

After a first half in which both sides had goals ruled out by the video assistant referee, the hosts kicked on at the Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia.

Remo Freuler opened the scoring five minutes into the second half, with Josip Ilicic adding a second soon after before Jasmin Kurtic wrapped up victory — Atalanta’s third in succession in all competitions.

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Fiorentina thrashed Torino 3-0 at the Artemio Franchi, where Marco Benassi gave the hosts a first-half lead.

Giovanni Simeone extended the Viola’s lead and Khouma Babacar added gloss from the spot, with Antonio Barreca sent off in giving away the penalty.

There was a similarly big win for AC Milan away to Chievo as Vincenzo Montella’s side ran out 4-1 victors.

Suso’s opener was complemented by a Bostjan Cesar own goal, with Hakan Calhanoglu – one of Milan’s many summer signings – extending the lead further.

Valter Birsa temporarily reduced the deficit against his former club, only for Nikola Kalinic to quickly restore the three-goal cushion.

Antonin Barak’s strike was enough to secure Udinese a 1-0 win at Sassuolo, while Cagliari edged past Benevento 2-1 in a match that came to a thrilling conclusion.

Paolo Farago put the hosts ahead in the ninth minute, only for Pietro Iemmello to level from the spot deep in stoppage time. There was to be another twist in the tale, though, as Leonardo Pavoletti headed home for Cagliari.

In Wednesday’s early kick off, Atalanta racked up a comprehensive 3-0 win against Hellas Verona.

After a first half in which both sides had goals ruled out by the video assistant referee, the hosts kicked on at the Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia.

Remo Freuler opened the scoring five minutes into the second half, with Josip Ilicic adding a second soon after before Jasmin Kurtic wrapped up victory – Atalanta’s third in succession in all competitions.

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MUNICH — Bayern Munich have received an injury setback with captain Thomas Muller ruled out for three weeks with a hamstring strain.

Muller, 28, suffered the injury in Bayern’s 1-0 Bundesliga victory over Hamburg on Saturday, which moved the reigning champions level on points with leaders Borussia Dortmund at the top of the table.

Muller replaced James Rodriguez as a half-time substitute in Hamburg, but after setting up Corentin Tolisso on 52 minutes, he was forced off three minutes later after tweaking a right thigh muscle in the build-up to the goal.

Muller has now provided an assist in each of Jupp Heynckes’ opening three wins in charge since the 72-year-old’s return for a fourth spell — also laying on goals in the 5-0 Bundesliga win over Freiburg and the 3-0 victory last week over Celtic in the Champions League.

Arjen Robben told reporters after the game: “It is always a worry when a player goes off injured, we don’t need that at all. Thomas is extremely important and our captain as well at the moment. It would be bitter if he’s ruled out.”

Muller will miss Bayern’s DFB Pokal game on Wednesday at RB Leipzig and the two sides’ Bundesliga meeting on Saturday in Munich.

The Germany international will also sit out the return fixture in Glasgow against Celtic in the Champions League next Tuesday and the top-of-the-table clash in the Bundesliga a week on Saturday against Dortmund.

Meanwhile, Mats Hummels also picked up an ankle injury at the weekend and is a doubt for Wednesday’s game at Leipzig, according to Bild.

However, in more positive news, Javi Martinez returned to training on Sunday after missing Bayern’s last two games with a shoulder injury and could return to the squad for the trip to Leipzig.