Mandzukic Looks To Join A Winning Club In The Champions League

Serie A title winners Juventus complete the signing of Mario Mandzukic for £13.6 million shortly after their addition of Sami Khedira from Real Madrid. The Champions League finalists are chasing after another successful season in 2015/16, and want to add a Champions League trophy to their collection for the second time in hopes of completing the treble. 

The Croatian striker arrived in Turin earlier this week after a medical test, and agreed to a four year contract.

The Star Coming To Mexico No One Is Talking About

The MLS has been making a name for itself in recent years as a "retirement home" for international superstars like David Beckham, Thierry Henry, Frank Lampard, Kaka and Steven Gerrard. 

Liga MX has been doing the same thing, with Queretaro spending last season with Ronaldinho on the roster.

Now, though, it looks like Liga MX is looking to up the ante, by obtaining an international star who is still playing at an elite level. 

The Best Goals Of Matchday 6 In UEFA Euro Championship

Matchday 6 has come to a close in UEFA’s European Qualifiers with only four more games left for each country. After the first week kicked-off in the later half of 2014, the 53 nations split into nine groups have developed distinct leaders who will enter into the play-off stages. As of now, the leaders of each group are: Iceland, Wales, Slovakia, Poland, England, Romania, Austria, Croatia, and Portugal. 

Why The UEFA U21 Championship Is So Important For The Future Of European Soccer

For many, it has already been a grueling campaign to make it to the UEFA U21 Euro. The tournament, which will be fought for the 20th time, will be held in the Czech Republic. For many, the tournament counts as a key indicator on which international team will have a bright future, and which country still has some work to do.

He Won The World Cup For Germany, Now He’s Its Second Biggest Flop

Mario Gotze, the man that scored the game winning goal of the 2014 World Cup Final, has been labelled as one of the biggest flops of the year. 

According to a study put out by kicker, 183 Bundesliga players participating in a yearly survey have voted Mario Gotze the second biggest flop in the league, behind only Dutchman Rafael van der Vaart.