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English football giant Manchester United is holding talks with Real Madrid over a possible move for Welsh forward Gareth Bale this summer transfer window, according to a media report.

British daily The Independent, quoting multiple sources in Spain and Manchester, reported that reigning Spanish champions Real are willing to listen to offers from United for Bale and the subject has already been broached between the two clubs.

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Italian football club AC Milan has announced the signing of Liverpool and Chelsea target, young midfielder Franck KessiƩ in a two-year loan deal from fellow Serie A club Atalanta.

"AC Milan announce the signing of Franck Kessie from Atalanta, through to 2019. The contract implies the player will join the club on a two year loan period with obligation to buy," Milan said in a statement on Friday.

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Newly-crowned Ligue 1 champions Monaco have extended veteran striker Radamel Falcao's contract until 2020, after the Colombian went through an "unbelievable season", scoring 30 goals and six assists in all competitions to revive his football career.

"Monaco are delighted to announce that the club captain and top goalscorer (21 goals in Ligue 1) has agreed a contract extension until 2020," the club said in a statement on Thursday.

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Former Arsenal skipper and Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas revealed today that he was bitterly disappointed at having been left out of the starting eleven for the FA Cup final yesterday and while he respects Manager Antonio Conte's decision and shares a special relationship with the club's fans, he hasn't ruled out the possibility of leaving the club this summer.

The 30 year old playmaker was brought on an hour into the match and contributed more during his brief period on the pitch in terms of passes attempted and completed than Nemanja Matic had done during the preceding hour.

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Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois was disappointed by Alexis Sanchezs opening goal for Arsenal in the FA Cup final, which the recently crowned English Premier League (EPL) champions lost 1-2, and said it should have been disallowed.

Courtois said Sanchez's goal in the fourth minute of the FA Cup final at the Wembley Stadium here on Saturday evening. However, television replays raised doubts on the referee's decision to award the goal.

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Arsenal became the most successful club in the 154-year FA Cup history after lifting the trophy for a record 13th time with a victory over recently crowned English Premier League champions Chelsea 2-1 on Saturday.

The Gunners dominated the first half at Wembley, pulling ahead with a controversial goal from Alexis Sanchez in the fourth minute. The Chilean striker opened the scoring after a solo run. Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey was ruled offside but Antony Taylor overruled his assistant's decision and allowed Sanchez's goal.

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Chelsea shotstopper Thibaut Courtois showed the true spirit of the FA Cup as he was quick to congratulate the Blues' North London rivals, Arsenal, after the Gunners stunned the Premier League Champions 2-1 to win their thirteenth FA Cup crown.

Speaking to the club's official website after the game, Courtois said, "We are obviously disappointed but I want to say congratulations to Arsenal. They played a good game."

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