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    Alejandro Garnacho heads for lunch with girlfriend after reuniting… and Man Utd fans will love what’s on his phone

    ALEJANDRO GARNACHO enjoyed a lunch with girlfriend Eva Garcia just days after they reunited on holiday.The Manchester United forward, 19, faced rumours he had split from the mother of his seven-month-old son Enzo when she unfollowed him on Instagram.Alejandro Garnacho was seen out with girlfriend Eva Garcia and son EnzoCredit: Eamonn and James ClarkeGarnacho enjoyed some lunch with his 19-year-old partnerCredit: BackGridThe FA Cup trophy could be seen as Garnacho’s lock screen photoCredit: BackGridBut Eva recently shared snaps of the family-of-three on holiday together in Tenerife, ending rumours of the couple’s split.And on Friday they were seen together with Enzo in a pram as they headed out for some lunch.The pair were at a restaurant having some food… but Man Utd fans will be more interested in Garnacho’s phone.It appears his lock screen photo is an image of the FA Cup trophy, three weeks out from the Red Devils’ second successive final against neighbours City.READ MORE ON MAN UTDGarnacho came off the bench in Man Utd’s 2-1 defeat to City at Wembley last season.But he made a positive impression on the match despite Erik ten Hag’s side ultimately coming up short.The Argentina international will be expecting to start the upcoming FA Cup final later this month.He has been in Ten Hag’s XI for 26 of Man Utd’s 35 Premier League games this season.Most read in FootballCASINO SPECIAL – BEST CASINO WELCOME OFFERSGarnacho has contributed nine goals and five assists in 45 appearances in all competitions during the 2023/24 campaign.And earlier this week he was named alongside Rasmus Hojlund and Kobbie Mainoo as the only Man Utd players off-limits in the summer transfer window.Man Utd’s top targets for the transfer windowNew co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe is said to be open to offers for the rest of the squad as he looks to implement a “sell-to-buy” strategy. More

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    Arsenal fans called out by Rio Ferdinand and Des Kelly as Emirates empties before final whistle in Aston Villa clash

    RIO FERDINAND and Des Kelly called out Arsenal fans’ early exodus from the Emirates during a devastating 2-0 loss against Aston Villa.Shock home defeats for the Gunners and Liverpool left Manchester City two points clear amid a pivotal weekend for the Premier League title race.Many Arsenal fans started heading out once Aston Villa went in frontCredit: ReutersJorginho and Declan Rice reflect on what could be a costly defeatCredit: PAViewers including pundits were stunned to see early departuresCredit: ReutersBut pundits like Manchester United legend Ferdinand struggled to accept Arsenal supporters streaming out well ahead of the final whistle.Leon Bailey and Ollie Watkins struck on 84 and 87 minutes as Villa went three points clear of fifth-placed Tottenham with a deserved victory.And ex-England defender Ferdy shared a picture of fast-emptying seats behind the goal as he wrote: “Early train Arsenal fans??? Ffs.”Former long-serving BT Sport broadcaster Kelly posted an even sparser image from the touchline stands and added: “With 8 mins still to go..?”READ MORE TOP STORIESOne viewer labelled the home crowd “an embarrassing set of fans”.Another observer responded: “The title race is not over, the players need to feel their support more than ever.”Ferdinand’s displeasure over the disappearing Emirates audience won plenty of backing on social media.”Rio is cooking,” said one football enthusiast.Most read in FootballRio Ferdinand posted his shock at fans not backing Arsenal all the wayCredit: RexAnd another added: “Shocking support when your team really needs it. 75% of fans had left once 2 nil down.”Inevitably, of course rival supporters joined the taunts from the wider football audience.Paul Merson’s pre-match prediction that ‘might come back to bite Arsenal’ comes true in Aston Villa clash”Yep, fire drill started at 1 nil down,” mocked one, while a few dubbed the early-leavers “plastic” fans.One supporter tried to hit back by posting: “95th minute, 2-0 down with no chance to win, why wait around?”But he came under instant fire from replies like: “That’s with 2 and half minutes left, it was empty with 7 and half to go.” More

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    Neal Maupay branded ‘such a villain’ as he fires dig at ex-Arsenal star Aubameyang after rows with Maddison and Walker

    BRENTFORD striker Neal Maupay has taken a swipe at former Arsenal and Chelsea forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in yet another outburst.The Frenchman, 27, is known for winding up opposition players and has made headlines in recent weeks for two separate on-field incidents with Tottenham’s James Maddison and Manchester City’s Kyle Walker.
    Neal Maupay had to blind rank 10 playersCredit: tiktok/brentfordfc

    He slammed Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang when he realised he had to put the forward in his top threeCredit: tiktok/brentfordfc
    Aubameyang would not have taken kindly to the remarkCredit: Reuters
    But his latest trash talk came in a social media for Brentford’s official TikTok account.
    Maupay was tasked with blind ranking 10 footballers, meaning he would have to place each in a position without knowing who was coming next.
    He had already dug out the likes of Michael Owen and Victor Osimhen by putting them ninth and 10th respectively.
    But when Aubameyang then appeared, the ex-Brighton man could not resist a savage dig.
    With just the top three spots remaining, he said: “Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, oh my god. Can I put him 11? No, I can’t.
    “Ok, so no hard feelings, but I put you three.”
    Aubameyang, who now plays for Marseille, scored 92 goals in 163 games for Arsenal, before he later netted three times in 21 matches for Chelsea.
    Reacting to Maupay’s slam on Aubameyang, one fan replied: “Biggest wind-up in football.”
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    Premier League’s top 10 biggest s***housesThe top 10 biggest s***houses in Premier League history as rated by SunSport are as follows

    Jamie Vardy
    Neal Maupay
    Emmanuel Adebayor
    Luis Suarez
    Aaron Ramsdale
    Diego Costa
    Robert Huth
    Erik Lamela
    David Batty
    Jordan Pickford

    While another added: “Maupay is such a villain – I’m a big fan of your work sir.”
    And a third said: “Just making everyone his enemy.”
    Fans love Lisandro Martinez ‘schooling’ Neal Maupay after Everton star confronts Man Utd ‘Butcher’
    Maupay ended up putting Erling Haaland at No1, before he immediately regretted it when Andres Iniesta appeared as the final player.
    Yet his criticism of Aubameyang is not even close to his most controversial behaviour of the last few weeks.
    Last month, Maupay became embroiled in an on-field tangle with Spurs playmaker Maddison after imitating his dart celebration during Brentford’s 3-2 defeat to Ange Postecoglou’s side.
    The pair then took to social media to continue trading insults at one another.
    Then on Monday, Maupay got himself in another scrape with Man City man Walker.
    A lip reader has since claimed Walker threatened to “knock out” The Bees star after he “spoke about his children”.
    Kyle Walker is the latest player to have been wound up by Maupay’s on-field anticsCredit: Getty More

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    Watch Chelsea legend whip crowd of fans into a frenzy with Premier League icon now managing minnows with tiny stadium

    CHELSEA hero Damien Duff got Shelbourne fans all fired up after leading the Irish team to a stunning comeback win over their rivals.Duff has been the Shels’ manager since 2021 after his appointment by chairman Acun Ilıcalı, who is also in charge of Championship outfit Hull City.
    Shelbourne manager Damien Duff got fans fired up after a stunning comeback winCredit: Sportsfile
    Former Chelsea ace Damien Duff emulated Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp’s celebrationCredit: Twitter @shelsfc
    Duff led Shelbourne to a 2-1 victory over rivals St Patrick’s AthleticCredit: Twitter @shelsfc
    The former midfielder has already endeared himself with the Shelbourne faithful after leading the team to the FAI Cup Final last year.
    The 44-year-old tactician’s stock rose even higher after Friday’s stunning League of Ireland Premier Division clash with St Patrick’s Athletic.
    Shelbourne saw the visitors open the scoring through Joe Redmond after only 20 minutes at Tolka Park, which has a capacity of just over 4,000.
    However, Duff led the hosts to a magnificent late comeback, which was boosted by John-Alan McGrath’s dismissal for St Patrick on 65 minutes.
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    Shelbourne equalised in the 80th minute with Euclides Cabral and turned the game on its head with Paddy Barrett 10 minutes later.
    After the game, an ecstatic Duff approached the fiery home crowd and took a page out of Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp’s book as he emulated the German gaffer’s signature post-match celebration.
    The ex-Newcastle star punched the air four times with the fans loudly cheering each gesture.
    Supporters watching from home also found themselves on cloud nine as they took to social media to join in on all the fun.
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    One tweeted: “Damien Duff, Shelbourne boss, absolutely giving it some.”
    Another commented: “Ahh I see he went to the Klopp school of crowd hyping.”
    A third posted: “Damien Duff! Doesnt [sic] matter what you’ve done in the game… Titles, multi million pound moves…we are all just fans. Wholesome stuff from the tricky winger. Haha.”
    This fan said: “Love that.”
    And that one stated: “Go on Duffers!!”
    Duff joined Chelsea in 2003 following a stunning seven-year stint at Blackburn.
    The former Republic of Ireland international shone bright at Stamford Bridge as he amassed a total of 19 goals and 29 assists in 125 appearances.
    The ex-Fulham star spent three years with the Blues and also won two Premier League titles as well as the 2005 League Cup.
    Duff also learned from one of the best managers as he spent two years playing under Jose Mourinho.
    Duff also played for Newcastle and Fulham during his Premier League careerCredit: Twitter @shelsfc More

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    League of Ireland footballer set to enter Love Island villa as reality show giant returns to TV screens

    A LEAGUE OF IRELAND footballer is reportedly set to make a summer move…to the Love Island villa.The Irish Independent state the player has permission from his club to be a contestant on the reality TV show giant due to it being such a potentially life-changing opportunity.
    Presenter Maya Jama could well be introducing a face familiar to LOI fans before too longCredit: ITV
    The late introduction of Zachariah Noble on the first night caused a bit of a flusterCredit: ITV
    His identity, like that of all prospective housemates, remains a mystery.
    But it is reported he is in his 20s and is not a native of Ireland.
    It’s also believed that his club won’t comment on his participation until he makes his villa bow.
    The first episode of the latest series of the high-profile dating programme aired on Monday night.

    It proved to be the show’s most dramatic launch yet as two couples opted to split on night one.
    Host Maya Jama made a shock re-appearance in the Majorcan villa to drop a bombshell that shook the singletons to their core.
    Despite only having had a few hours to connect, Maya was already offering a way out to some of the girls who did not feel they were in the right romantic pairing.
    Maya asked them to step forward if they did not feel entirely happy in their newly formed couples.
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    In a shock move, Ruchee Gurang, 24, and Jess Harding, 22, decided to walk away from their pairs – causing shockwaves and one boy on the brink of tears.
    It led to the ending of Ruchee and Mehdi and Jess and George.
    Whilst Mehdi insisted he was expecting the pairing to come to an end due to a lack of connection, it appeared that George, 24, was left stunned by Jess’ decision.
    The Bedford based lad appeared to let the tears flow as a tear could be seen rolling down his cheek after busty Jess decided to take a chance on the show’s new bombshell entry.
    In a bid to shake-up the couples, Zachariah Noble, 25, arrived in a bid to turn the heads of the ladies.
    Ahead of stepping foot into the villa, Zachariah confessed he was sad to be leaving his ‘son’ behind.
    The 25-year-old hunk spilled the beans on being a ‘dad’ as he prepared to stir up the drama on the ITV2 show.
    Zachariah’s ‘son’ is actually his beloved pet cat Frank and he has told of his sadness at being parted from him – potentially for weeks. More

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    Chelsea ‘could hijack Tottenham’s pursuit of Julian Nagelsmann with Real Madrid also circling German manager’

    CHELSEA could hijack Tottenham’s pursuit of Julian Nagelsmann, according to reports. Nagelsmann was surprisingly sacked by Bayern Munich last week, kick starting a manager rumour mill.
    Julian Nagelsmann has been linked with Tottenham and ChelseaCredit: Getty Images – Getty
    Chelsea could move for Nagelsmann if they part ways with Graham PotterCredit: Alamy
    The German remains one of the most sought-after coaches in football.
    And Antonio Conte’s departure from Tottenham has seen Nagelsmann linked with North London gig.
    Chairman Daniel Levy is said to have made Nagelsmann the club’s top target, with reports suggesting contact has been made between the two parties.
    However, the Daily Mail report they could face competition from Chelsea.
    They report Nagelsmann has admirers at Stamford Bridge and he would be of interest to the Blues hierarchy if they decide to part ways with under-fire boss Graham Potter.
    A recent upturn in results saw the pressure eased on the Englishman.
    But should form turn negative before the end of the season Todd Boehly and Co may reportedly opt for a change in leadership.
    In addition, Spurs are set to face competition from Real Madrid with Carlo Ancelotti tipped to end his reign at the Bernabeu this summer.
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    As their search for a new manager continues, Cristian Stellini has been appointed as caretaker boss until the end of the season.
    Despite a Champions League spot being at stake, Tottenham will not rush into a hasty appointment.
    As well as Nagelsmann, available free agent coaches including fan favourite Mauricio Pochettino and ex-Barcelona boss Luis Enrique have been linked. More

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    How Weghorst, Giroud and Dzeko compare as target men are all linked with shock Man Utd transfer

    MANCHESTER UNITED are on the hunt for a striker following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford are currently Erik ten Hag’s only proven options to lead the line for the remainder of the season.
    Edin Dzeko has been with Inter Milan since leaving Roma in 2021Credit: Getty
    Olivier Giroud could be set for a return to England amid Man Utd interestCredit: Getty
    Wout Weghorst is currently on loan at Besiktas from BurnleyCredit: Getty
    And an additional forward could help the Red Devils over the line in their pursuit of a place in the top four.
    Inter Milan’s Edin Dzeko, 36, Burnley’s Wout Weghorst, 30, and AC Milan’s Olivier Giroud, 36, have all been linked with moves to Old Trafford.
    But how do they stack up compared with one another?
    SunSport has taken a look at their statistics since the start of last season.
    How Dzeko, Giroud and Weghorst compare since the start of last season
    Dzeko and Weghorst have played almost the exact same number of matches – with just one between them at 53 and 54 – while Giroud has managed 44.
    Inter man Dzeko leads the way in the goalscoring charts with 20 as the other two are locked together on 16.
    Weghorst edges things when it comes to assists – the Burnley loanee registering eight compared with Dzeko’s seven and Giroud’s six.
    Dzeko has the best shot conversion rate and has also registered the most attempts at 125.
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    But of those efforts, Weghorst has managed the most on target.
    Giroud comes third in most of the statistical comparisons and “chances created” is no different.
    The former Arsenal man has laid on 40 opportunities for his team-mates, with Dzeko on 51 and Weghorst 49.
    But Giroud’s most impressive numbers come in the air.
    While Weghorst has competed in the most aerial duels, Giroud has a win percentage of 64 compared to Weghorst’s 46 and Dzeko’s 54.
    Finally, when it comes to touches in their respective games, Weghorst has had 200 more than Dzeko in just one more match.
    Giroud has had a further 560 less, albeit in 10 fewer appearances.
    Man Utd currently sit fourth in the Premier League table, two points ahead of Tottenham in fifth but nine off leaders Arsenal.
    And if they are to close the gap, what are the chances of them turning to a former Gunner to help them do it? More

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    Chelsea end Cristiano Ronaldo transfer interest leaving wantaway Man Utd star with NO offers

    CHELSEA are no longer interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo to leave the Manchester United star with NO offers.Blues new owner Todd Boehly was offered Ronaldo, 37, by the player’s representative Jorge Mendes as he seeks an Old Trafford exit.
    Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo is determined to leave the club this summer but has nowhere to goCredit: Getty
    Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has turned down the chance to bring Ronaldo to Stamford BridgeCredit: Getty
    A summer move for the Portuguese star – who has 12 months left of a two-year contract at United – was briefly considered at Stamford Bridge.
    However, after a discussion between boss Thomas Tuchel and American businessman Boehly, Chelsea have decided to end any potential approach.
    New Man United boss Erik ten Hag has reiterated that Ronaldo is not for sale and still in his plans despite the player’s pre-season no-show in Thailand due to “personal reasons”.
    But Ronaldo remains on the look-out for a new club after yet another rejection, with PSG and Bayern Munich also deciding against bringing in the veteran.
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    A return to Serie A is still an option, while it is believed it is unlikely he will head back to his native Portugal.
    Ronaldo has also been linked with mega-money moves to clubs in the U.S. and Saudi Arabia.
    But, he is desperate to be playing Champions League football again, and is running out of options before the start of the new campaign.
    Boehly is currently taking on sporting director responsibilities after the departure of Marina Granovskaia and Petr Cech following the takeover, and is working closely with Tuchel.
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    He could even make his debut on Saturday against Club America in Las Vegas.
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