Arturo Vidal & Lionel Messi

Arturo Erasmo Vidal Pardo (born 22 May 1987) is a Chilean footballer who plays as defensive midfielder for Juventus and Chile. Lionel Andrés Messi (born 24 June 1987) is an Argentine footballer who plays in La Liga for FC Barcelona and captains the Argentina national team, mainly as a forward. 5.0/5

Arturo Vidal Lionel Messi Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United Yaya Toure Mats Hummels Real Madrid Champions League World Cup Premier League Manchester City Mesut Ozil Radamel Falcao Thiago Silva Luis Suarez Javi Martinez Barclays Premier League Juan Cuadrado

Manchester City are preparing a £35 million bid for Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil and are willing to offload Yaya Toure. Liverpool are tracking Belenenses’ 20-year-old midfielder Fabio Sturgeon. Tottenham are keeping tabs on Toulouse striker Wissam Ben Yedder. For January Napoli could buy from Real Madrid Spanish defender Alvaro Arbeloa. Chilean media claim Arturo Vidal's agent is in talks with Real Madrid regarding a possible transfer, as Juventus are ready to cash in on the prolific midfielder. Spanish Club would want to sing Chelsea's goalkeeper, who has been relegated to the bench from Courtois arrive. Also, Los Colchoneros have many doubts about Oblak. Should Arsene Wenger allow Mesut Ozil to leave Arsenal in January, the French boss is ready to make a host of new signings. Real Madrid's Sami Khedira, Dortmund's Mats Hummels and Schalke's Julian Draxler are all on the Gunners' wishlist. Both Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain are monitoring Lionel Messi's current situation at Barcelona, with ...
MAVHARIVHARI (Rumours) & INTERNATIONAL UPDATES - Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu claims Luis Suarez turned down more lucrative offers in favour of joining the Spanish giants. - Fifa president Sepp Blatter has welcomed the likelihood of Canada bidding to host the World Cup in 2026. - Lionel Messi has made it clear that he is excited by the new challenges at Barcelona this season under Luis Enrique. - Manchester United want to buy Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado, 26, from Fiorentina but fear the Italian club may raise the asking price beyond United's offer of £29m. - Arturo Vidal has helped Juventus to three straight Serie A titles The Old Trafford club's interest in Juventus' Arturo Vidal, 27, may wane over concerns over the Chilean midfielder's knee problems. - England goalkeeper Fraser Forster, 26, will leave Celtic for Southampton in an £8m move if the Scottish side fail to overturn their 4-1 deficit to Legia Warsaw and are knocked out of the Champions League on Wednesday. - Arsenal are prepar ...
Sport gist •Manchester City are set to complete their summer spending with a £32million deal for Porto and France centre-back Eliaquim Mangala in the next few days. •France international Remy Cabella has arrived on Tyneside as Newcastle attempt to push home their long-standing interest in the player. •Stewart Downing believes the imminent £12million signing of Enner Valencia at West Ham will help take the pressure off Andy Carroll. •Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre has personally visited Alberto Moreno's representatives in Spain to thrash out an £18m deal. •Arjen Robben will not be joining Louis Van Gaal at Manchester United after assuring Bayern Munich fans his future lies with the German side. •Juventus will offer £25m for Tottenham star Paulinho if Arturo Vidal makes his Manchester United switch. •Colombia star James Rodriguez has ended any lingering hopes of a move to Manchester United or Liverpool. •Louis Van Gaal will officially take over as Manchester United on Wednesday insis ...
Mourinho: Chelsea are up there with best teams in the world... and let's hope United can join us in last eight Get Torres! Inter chief at Chelsea as Italians up ante in bid to sign striker Moyes hopeful of progression David Moyes is hopeful his Manchester United team can lift spirits around Old Trafford by beating Olympiakos tonight Qatar's 2022 World Cup organisers defend their bid for the tournament in the wake of fresh corruption claims. Juventus and Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal, 26, has played down speculation he could join Manchester United, stating "when one starts to dream, they move too far away from football". Napoli are set to rival a host of Premier League clubs for Porto's 20-year-old forward Juan Iturbe - the latest in a long line of players to be compared to Barcelona's Lionel Messi. Dnipro president Igor Kolomoyskyi says he is in talks with Tottenham over a deal for 24-year-old Ukraine winger Yevhen Konoplyanka, who saw a move to Liverpool fall through in January. Arsenal manager Arsene We ...
*FIFA ranking for the best Footballers of the 'YEAR 2013' is out with Lionel Messi topping the List once more infront the one and *Only CR7 (Cristiano Ronaldo). Barclays Premier League remains yet Best represented with 29 Players, ahead of La Liga with 26 Players, the Bundesliga with 18 Players, Series A with 17 and Ligue 1 with 6. *La Liga have 6 players of the Top 8 - while EPL has 2 of the top 10, Bundesliga has 5 in the Top 20. *Spain have 16 Players in Top 100, Brazil have 11, Germany have 10 while England have only 2 in Top 100. There is Big concern here! - *Here is the List:- _ 1)Lionel Messi 2)Cristiano Ronaldo 3)Zlatan Ibrahimovic 4)Frank Ribery 5)Andre Iniesta 6)Neymar 7)Gareth Bale 8)Xavi 9)Luis Suarez 10)Sergio Aguero 11)Van Persie 12)Mesut Ozil 13)Edison Cavani 14)Adjen Robben 15)Philip Lham 16)Radamel Falcao 17)Thiago Silva 18)Lewandowski 19)Yaya Toure 20)B. Schweisteiger 21)Andre )ilo 22)Manuel Nuer 23) Marco Reus 24)Gianlui Gibuffon 25)Thomas Muller 26)Arturo Vidal 27)Sergio Bousquets ...
Ronaldo breaks Messi's record for Champions League goals in a calendar year He equalised for Real Madrid in their 2-2 draw at Juventus and now has 14 goals in the competition in 2013 - one more than the Barca star in 2012 Cristiano Ronaldo has broken the record held for Champions League goals scored in a calendar year after his second-half strike for Real Madrid at Juventus on Tuesday - overtaking the mark previously set by Barcelona's Lionel Messi. Ronaldo latched on to a Karim Benzema pass in the 52nd minute and beat Gianluigi Buffon with a right-footed finish to level the scores at 1-1 after Arturo Vidal had blasted the Bianconeri in front from the penalty spot in the first half. It was the Portuguese's eighth goal in four Group B games this term and his 14th in the Champions League this calendar year, a total which sees him surpass Messi's 13 strikes in 2012. Ronaldo's goal was his 59th in the Champions League. The Portuguese now trails only Messi (63) and Raul (71). He also needs just one more strike ...
Comment your best XI in the world below: Ours would be: GK: Iker Casillas DF: Philip Lahm, Thiago Silva, Giorgio Chiellini, Leighton Baines MF: Arturo Vidal, Javi Martinez, Andrés Iniesta FW: Lionel Messi, Mario Balotelli, Cristiano Ronaldo
The top 10 Latin American footballers of 2012: 1. Lionel Messi (Argentina). The world's best player! After a number of years dazzling with his ability to take on opponents and beat goalkeepers, 2012 has been his best year yet. He's set unbreakable records: 50 goals in a single league season and 90 in a single calendar year. Plus he's only 25 years old. 2. Radamel Falcao (Colombia). The in-form striker of the moment! He's the undisputed leader in both Atlético de Madrid and the Colombian national team. In 2012 he won the Europa League, crushed Chelsea in the European Super Cup and proved that he's as good as the best. He's aiming for the top. 3. Sergio Agüero (Argentina). He adapted to English football at the speed of light and played a key part during Manchester City's title-winning season. He scored 23 goals in the Premier League proving that he is one of the world's most prolific goalscorers. 4. Arturo Vidal (Chile). He's the complete midfielder and the star of a resurgent Juventus. He arrived at the ...
Heineken wrote: Juventus and an impressive Arturo Vidal claimed a deserved 3-0 victory against Chelsea, as Lionel Messi continued his goal-scoring magic in Barcelona's 3-0 win in Moscow. Who has worked well enough to earn a Heineken?
HEADIES: * Rog Hodgson is refusing to blame Joe Hart for his role in England 4-2 defeat to Sweden. * After France ended their 24 match winning streak, Spain spanked Panama 5-1 in an International friendly. * Joachim Loew was pleased with Germany's performance against Netherland, 0-0 it ended. * Cesare Prandelli defended his move to make significant technical change to his side 2-1 loss to France. * Jack Wilshere insists that Arsene Wenger has bought well in the market this summer, despite the team's below par start to the season. * Gerard Pique believes that Lionel Messi deserves to lift the Ballon D'or for the 4th time later this month. * Manchester United legend, Eric Catona says he would love to succeed Alex Ferguson, but hopes the Scott stay in charge for now. * Leighton Baines has paid tributes to Zlatan Ibrahimovic as he stole the show with his four goals thriller. * Neymar says he is open to moving to clubs outside spain. * England FA chairman, David Bernstein has slammed claims the governing body ...
Lionel Messi has sneaked ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo. Further back in our poll, Arturo Vidal is catching Isco...
Oscar scored twice on his first start for Chelsea as the defending European champions went 2-0 up against Juventus, but Arturo Vidal and Fabio Quagliarella scored to ensure a share of the spoils at Stamford Bridge.Elsewhere, Lionel Messi rescued Barcelona against Spartak Moscow and Manchester United held on for a 1-0 win over Galatasaray.
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