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The 24-year-old won the Bundesliga title with Borussia Dortmund in 2011-12 but he has grown frustrated in Germany after a back injury restricted him to just three appearances last year.
Newcastle United – who traditionally enjoy a fancy-dress bash every December – will be led on their European getaway by the Dutch quartet of Tim Krul, Daryl Janmaat, Siem de Jong and Vurnon Anita.
Manchester City would be boasting Gary Cahill in their ranks for Tuesday's last chance saloon against Bayern Munich had the club not pulled the plug on a deal three years ago.
Katy Perry has been confirmed as the headline act for the Super Bowl half-time show in Arizona next February.
MailOnline Sport has teamed up with Canterbury to offer you the chance to win three tickets to England v Australia at Twickenham on November 29 (2.30pm).
Lewis Hamilton wore his shades but he did not need them. He was wide eyed and clear headed the morning after the night of his life.
Leicester have confirmed that former New Zealand All Blacks centre Aaron Mauger is to become their new head coach, starting next season.
Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez fulfilled one of his dreams this summer when he left Monaco to join Real Madrid, joining the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Manuel Pellegrini insists that he is not feeling the pressure as Manchester City attempt to keep their Champions League hopes alive against Bayern Munich on Tuesday night.
And now it gets interesting. As predicted, Jurgen Klopp appears to have tired of working to provide players for Bayern Munich and is looking for a way out of Borussia Dortmund.
Rayo Vallecano have vowed to pay the rent for an 85-year-old woman who was evicted by police in Madrid after her son used her home as security for a €40,000 loan.
Yaya Toure has revealed his ultimate dream team - and there is no place for any of his fellow Manchester City stars. nstead, Toure's team has a very retro feel.
Each day, MailOnline's sports picture editor will select his favourite snaps from around the world in the past 24 hours.
The talented left-back is already being tipped to follow in the footsteps of Hull City's Andrew Robertson who has flourished since his £2.8million move from Dundee United.
Southampton star Graziano Pelle has compared himself with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and claimed he is better looking than Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.
The north London club secured their third Barclays Premier League away win of the season when Christian Eriksen's goal in the last minute gave them a 2-1 win at Hull on Sunday.
Mario Balotelli could have signed for Paris Saint-Germain after his impressive tournament at Euro 2012 - but Carlo Ancelotti plumped for Zlatan Ibrahimovic to be on the 'safe side'.
After establishing himself as La Liga's all-time record goalscorer, Lionel Messi will want to claim another milestone for himself on Tuesday night.
Manchester United have been linked with a loan move for Thomas Vermaelen over the weekend but they are looking elsewhere - with the defender needing more thigh surgery.
Manchester City star Sergio Aguero is leading the current Premier League scoring charts, but the overall leader for 2014 may come as a surprise. Sportsmail looks at the top 10 scorers from 2014.
Stars Gareth Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo, Toni Kroos and James Rodriguez all looked in rude health as Carlo Ancelotti's side prepared to face the Swiss champions.
'So, you won the Champions League and you were sacked…' began one question. Roberto di Matteo smiled and replied: 'You get right to the point.'
Australia winger Adam Ashley-Cooper believes Saturday's QBE International against England will give the Wallabies a strong taste of what is to come at the World Cup next year.
LAWRENCE BOOTH IN COLOMBO: Ian Bell says he will try to take a leaf out of team-mate Jos Buttler’s book as he seeks to answer England’s call for a no-fear approach from their one-day top order.
Manuel Pellegrini's side are bottom of their group, two points behind Roma and CSKA Moscow and 10 points behind Bayern Munich, who have already secured top spot.
Crystal Palace and Newcastle are monitoring developments with Swansea striker Bafetimbi Gomis. The 29-year-old is frustrated with his lack of starts as he alternates with Wilfried Bony.
Odell Beckham Jnr made one of the best catches in NFL history as he pulled in a 43-yard touchdown pass from Eli Manning with one hand at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
It's all going swimmingly at the top. Chelsea - leading the way in the Premier League and their Champions League group - looked as if they hadn't a care in the world on Monday morning. 
Brendan Rodgers saw his Liverpool side fall to their sixth defeat of the season at Crystal Palace on Sunday as their poor start to the season continued.
Following Liverpool's 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace on Sunday, Brendan Rodgers' side sit just four points above the relegation zone.
Brendan Rodgers' side have averaged just 1.16 points per game in the 2014-15 Premier League, which puts them on course to earn 44.08 points.
Lewis Hamilton and Rory McIlroy are set for a Sports Personality of the Year showdown after personal triumph this year. Here, Sportsmail's experts pick their favourite for the award.
CHIEF SPORTS WRITER IN ABU DHABI: Lewis Hamilton said this was the most important race of his career. It turned out to be a moment more fleeting. The most important fragment, perhaps.
Former Chelsea manager John Neal has died, with the London club paying tribute to him as the man who helped to keep the club afloat.
After surrendering another lead at Crystal Palace and losing for the sixth time in the Premier League this season, Liverpool's training ground was a sombre place on Monday.
Bayern Munich have already qualified for the Champions League knock-out stages as Group E winners and they were in a relaxed mood ahead of Tuesday's game with Manchester City.
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud will sit out his side’s crucial Champions League clash against Borussia Dortmund after the Gunners forward was left out of the original squad list.
All players are expected to put in the hard yards nowadays but who has covered the most ground during a Barclays Premier League match this season? Sportsmail reveals all here...
Rejoice, the Premier League is back with us. Now bow your head, so too are the embarrassing theatrics and playacting. James Tomkins, Ross Barkley and Jack Wilshere were the chief offenders.
The Arsenal midfielder looked in considerable pain as he limped off against Manchester United at the Emirates on Saturday following a challenge by Paddy McNair.
It would mean Laura Robson being out of the game for more than a year, as she has not played competitively since Melbourne due a wrist tendon problem that was to require surgery.
Manuel Pellegrini’s side need to beat the German champions at the Etihad to have any hope at all of qualifying for the next stage of the tournament after losing two games and drawing two so far.
Arsene Wenger should pay for Arsenal's poor start to the Premier League season with his job, according to high-profile Gunners fan Piers Morgan.
What has happened to one of the Premier League’s biggest clubs? How has one of the division’s sharpest managerial minds let it come to this? More importantly, is Rodgers the man to put it right?
Roberto Mancini's return to the Inter Milan bench after a six-year gap ended in a 1-1 draw against old rivals AC Milan in Serie A on Sunday.
England No 8 Billy Vunipola has been replaced by Thomas Waldrom in the squad preparing for Saturday's QBE International against Australia because of concussion.
A man has been arrested after throwing the beverage at the visiting dug-out following Manchester United’s opening goal at the Emirates Stadium against Arsenal.
Brendan Rodgers' quotes have and proverbs have become a feature of his time at Liverpool, but not always for the right reasons. Here, Sportsmail gives you a timeline of his best lines.
Ralph Ellis runs you through what we've learned this weekend's action in the world of football, from clever substitutions to the key to unlocking Manchester City's title challenge.
Alisher Usmanov made it clear to Arsene Wenger that he must strengthen in every position to compete for trophies - and has questioned the Frenchman's transfer policy.
Victor Valdes is facing a battle to be fit to play for Manchester United before next month as sources at the club say his knee is not yet strong enough for Premier League football.
Robin van Persie has had better days at the Emirates Stadium than the one he endured on Saturday - he touched the ball just 13 times during the match, and three of those were corners.
For a 36-year-old who was supposed to be seeing out his professional career in the relative calm of Major League Soccer, Frank Lampard is hardly going quietly.
MLS top scorer Bradley Wright-Phillips will miss the second leg of New York Red Bulls' Eastern Conference final after picking up a soft yellow card in the defeat by New England Revolution.
JONATHAN McEVOY IN ABU DHABI: Lewis Hamilton is the King of the Track again. History fell to him in Abu Dhabi, the fireworks greeting only the fourth Britain to win multiple F1 world titles.
JONATHAN McEVOY IN ABU DHABI: Lewis Hamilton waved the Union Flag aloft after winning his second Formula One World Championship, saying ‘This is the greatest moment of my life’.
STIRLING MOSS: I was delighted to see Lewis Hamilton win the World Championship. There is almost no limit to what Lewis can achieve now. It just depends on how hungry he remains.
Jenson Button is bracing himself for an emotional farewell at the McLaren factory if he eventually learns the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was his last race in Formula One.
James DeGale emerged from the shadow of his domestic rivals on Saturday night before taking a dig at both Carl Froch and George Groves. DeGale stopped Marco Antonio Periban.
The Pacman chased a fugitive around the ring all day. then resumed his pursuit of Mayweather and the money.
Mile Jedinak claims Liverpool are suffering from a crisis of confidence after their defeat at Crystal Palace on Sunday. He also said Brendan Rodgers' side are under big pressure.
The 47-year-old was spotted for the first time recently following an apparent alcohol binge that led to Gascoigne being sectioned under the Mental Health Act a month ago.
Radamel Falcao quashed any lingering injury fears by taking part in full Manchester United training on Sunday - and the striker could be back for their game against Hull City.
Jamie Carragher has expressed his disbelief at Liverpool's lack of leadership and claims their capitulation at Crystal Palace is part of a wider problem at the club.
JAMIE REDKNAPP: Arsenal will feel their performance against Manchester United deserved better but how many times are they going lose goals from attacking positions?
Michael Cheika has challenged Australia to 'harden up' against England at Twickenham on Saturday to dispel any notion the Wallabies are a soft touch.
Chris Algieri was comprehensively beaten by Manny Pacquiao in Macau. So one sided was the fight that one of the judges had the Filipino star winning all 12 rounds and winning the fight 120-102.
NEIL ASHTON'S INSIDE TRACK: The first rule of being a Liverpool player is to show pride. The second is to give it everything you have got. This Liverpool let down their team on both levels at Selhurst Park.
JEFF POWELL IN MACAU: Manny Pacquiao achieved a points victory of extraordinary dimensions but not the first knock out in six years which he so mightily desired.
Lewis Hamilton’s world championship charge will be boosted by the last-minute arrivals of his girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger, father Anthony and brother Nicolas in Abu Dhabi.
CHRIS FOY: It said everything about England's performance on Saturday that the lingering image is of Stuart Lancaster with his head in his hands as a scoring chance was squandered.
IAN LADYMAN AT THE KC STADIUM: By the time the final whistle arrived Tottenham had won the game thanks to a Harry Kane equaliser and a sweep of Christian Eriksen’s right foot.
MATT BARLOW AT SELHURST PARK: As a gauge for Brendan Rodgers to measure Liverpool's regression it might be quite accurate. No better at the back than they were six months ago.
Malky Mackay became obdurate, possibly annoyed as talk turned to Dave Whelan’s promise from earlier in the day to resign if the FA so much as suggest he is racist.
Coca-Cola has become the first major sponsor of the World Cup to publicly attack FIFA over the way it has handled its botched corruption investigation.
Nico Rosberg has paid tribute to Lewis Hamilton’s world championship triumph by declaring his rival as the ‘best driver on the grid this year’.
England can and must beat Australia at Twickenham this Saturday, but they need to identify and ruthlessly execute the correct game plan to make that happen.
MARK WEBSTER: If I’m honest, I’m rather partial to the underdog. Come FA Cup Third Round time, I can’t help myself. I’m all for the painter, decorators and bin men who take on the full-time professionals. 
DEREK LAWRENSON IN DUBAI: At the end of a thrilling finish involving the finest players in European golf, it was defending champion Henrik Stenson who came up with the stroke of genius.
The European Tour season finished in Abu Dhabi on Sunday, but it appears the hard work may have just begun for Ryder Cup heroes Rory McIlroy and Justin Rose.
OLIVER TODD AT WEMBLEY: In front of a record 45,619-strong crowd, this was supposed to be a new dawn for England’s Women as they faced the second-best side in the world.
Ireland's head coach Joe Schmidt delayed medical attention to guide his side to their first autumn Test series clean sweep in eight years, before being rushed to St Vincent's Hospital.
JOE BERNSTEIN AT THE ETIHAD: Bayern Munich won't be quaking in their boots but at least Manchester City proved at last on Saturday they aren't always a one-man team.
MIKE DICKSON IN LILLE: One day Roger Federer will stop writing tennis history but, at 33, there is absolutely no sign of it yet.
LAWRENCE BOOTH IN COLOMBO: Mark Ramprakash has called for England's one-day top order to adopt a 'no-fear' approach as they look to cast off their conservative reputation.
PATRICK COLLINS: For all its wealth and influence, football suffers from a host of self-made problems. Yet the national game offers many more reasons to celebrate than to curse. Which is something to remember when we contemplate the misadventures of the bewildered clown named Dave Whelan.
MARTIN DOMIN AT THE ECHO ARENA: Tony Bellew delivered on his promise to exact revenge on Nathan Cleverly but did so with brains not brawn in Liverpool.
World Rugby’s authorities this week announced that compulsory concussion education will be introduced for all players at next year’s World Cup.
CHIEF SPORTS WRITER PATRICK COLLINS AT THE EMIRATES: There was a hum of mutinous muttering as they trooped out of the Emirates on Saturday night.
George Groves struggled to get out of second gear but eventually found his stride to stop Denis Douglin and stay on track for another tilt at a world title.
SAM PETERS AT TWICKENHAM: England ended a dispiriting run of five consecutive defeats by beating Samoa 28-9 in their Autumn International at Twickenham.
Wales reinforced their reputation as the hopeless romantics of international rugby as they flirted with victory against New Zealand before breaking 74,000 Cardiff hearts.
Tiger Woods has announced Chris Como as his latest swing coach, filling a vacancy created by his split from Sean Foley in August.
The exclusion follows the Co Tipperary trainer’s conviction and 6,000 euro fine after illegal medications, including anabolic steroids, were found at his stable during a raid in January 2012.
South Africa followed up their win over England with a 22-6 success against Italy, though they were made to work harder than expected in Padova.
Christian Horner believes the time was right for Sebastian Vettel to leave Red Bull. On Thursday, Ferrari confirmed Vettel would be joining them on a three-year contract.
EXCLUSIVE: In his first interview with an English newspaper since moving to Germany, Xabi Alonso outlined his ambitions with Bayern Munich to Sportsmail’s Jamie Carragher.
In the latest instalment of his weekly column, MARTIN SAMUEL gives his verdict on the footballing issues of the week, saying what made him feel warm inside and what made him shiver...
MARTIN SAMUEL: FIFA: the gift that keeps on giving to sports writers everywhere. Another week, another travesty, this time with a whitewashed report and the inevitable backlash.
NEIL ASHTON: There will come a time, in a 100 years from now, when England supporters will peer at Wayne Rooney’s records and wonder what all the fuss was about.
MARTIN SAMUEL: The money is down but, to here, Manchester United’s roster has been largely unaffected by their post-Ferguson slump. David de Gea’s next career move could alter that.