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Bayer Leverkusen youngster Leon Bailey, who was once briefly on the Chelsea radar as a teenager, continues to take the Bundesliga by storm. In only his second season at the club, the 20-year-old winger/wing-back has 6 goals and 4 assists in 14 league appearances.

His strong performances have naturally drawn the attention of several top European club, including Chelsea, and all the usual suspects promising young players get linked with regularly these days.

Since Leverkusen have done a good job of playing down any such possibility, Bailey has taken matters into his own hands to add a bit of fuel back onto the fire. Here he is with the tease, sure to make his agent and his future paycheck very happy.

“Of course I have a dream club, but I will not tell. Basically England was and still is my dream. And if I keep working hard, I’m sure it will work someday.”

-Leon Bailey; source: Bild

Although Leverkusen are ready to reject any low-ball approaches for Bailey, a move to the Premier League certainly could be on the horizon if he manages to keep up his form. Stay tuned.

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A tired-looking Leicester City slumped to defeat against Watford after taking the lead against Watford thanks to a Riyad Mahrez header.

But who, if anyone, impressed on the defeat and who did not? Here are our ratings…

Kasper Schmeichel: Will feel disappointed to be beaten from such an acute angle. Rating 6/10

Aleksandar Dragovic: Made his Premier League debut at right back and found it tough. 5

Wes Morgan: As a collective City must improve their defending of set-pieces and the skipper must play his part. 6

Harry Maguire: Booked very early on and had to be careful. Can switch off at set-pieces. 6

Ben Chilwell: Caused Janmaat loads of problems in the first half with his marauding runs from full-back, but defensively had some wobbly moments. 6

Andy King: Did a composed, controlled job in midfield. 6

Wilfred Ndidi: Time and again he got his foot in to win the ball back. Combative. 6

Riyad Mahrez: Kept up his excellent scoring record at Vicarage Road. 6

Shinji Okazaki: Didn’t do a lot wrong. Had one header tipped over the bar early on. 6

Marc Albrighton: Didn’t deserve to be on the losing team. Was at the heart of everything positive about City. 7

Jamie Vardy: Had a great chance to opening the scoring but he was uncharacteristically off target. 6

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The Frenchman has scored three goals (one of which was a penalty) in 14 games for Atletico Madrid this campaign.

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.”

Form is temporary; class is permanent.

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Antoine Griezmann and Atletico Madrid

Antoine Griezmann and Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann admitted that a failure to take chances was endangering their shot at making the Champions League knockout stages, after Diego Simeone’s side could only draw 0-0 at 10-man Qarabag on Wednesday.

Yannick Carrasco and Griezmann both missed clear chances during a sluggish first-half performance.

Things did not improve after the break, even when the Azerbaijan champions’ centre-forward Dino Ndlovu was shown a second yellow card for diving when the referee could easily have awarded a penalty instead.

Against 10 men for the last 20 minutes, their best chance was the header substitute Fernando Torres sent over the crossbar from four yards out, and the stalemate means the 2014 and 2016 Champions League semifinalists have just one goal and two points from their opening three group games.

“They were strong and we found it hard to a score,” Griezmann told beIN Sports. “We forwards must improve and find the solution to score more goals.

“We knew it was going to be difficult, that they would sit back. We had a few chances but we didn’t take them. We are still strong from the back, and making chances, but it is us. Forwards can go on runs like this, but we must remain confident in ourselves.”

Atletico could well need to win their last three games — Qarabag (home), Roma (home) and Chelsea (away) — to have a chance to progress.

“We will try to win them all, and then see what happens,” the France international said.

Atletico have only scored with one of their 44 shots in their first three Champions League games this season, and that came from the penalty spot.

Simeone told beIN Sports: “In this sport, taking your chances is what most counts.

“We had two or three one-on-one chances with their keeper in the first half but could not take them. In the second half, maybe the necessity to win meant we did not have enough clarity to create opportunities.

“[Qarabag] did well defensively and deserved their draw.”

However, he added: “I believe absolutely in this team and know what they are capable of. Things can change from one game to the next.”