Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool – have a look at the Greek Lionel Messi

Ioannis Fetfatzidis has been donned the ‘Greek Messi’ by the press, and for good reason. The 22-year-old attacker continues to star for Olympiakos and has become a regular fixture for his national side. With Premier League clubs looking to bolster their squads this summer, the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool could do worse than make a bid for the sublimely talented playmaker.

Here is his latest offering in a recent game against Panthrakikos.

Manchester City starting to regret selling Mario Balotelli?

Mario Balotelli has been in scintillating form since swapping Manchester City for AC Milan; the temperamental forward has netted seven times in six games for the Rossoneri to date. Balotelli continued his hot streak of form with a wonder strike for Italy against Brazil.

Given the form Balotelli has shown of late and City’s supposed search for a new striker in the summer, Roberto Mancini may well be regretting parting company with his troubled, but talented attacker.

Another MLS Screamer!

For the second time this week my gaze has been drawn towards the MLS, with Sporting Kansas City (very silly name) midfielder Graham Zusi offering up this free-kick against FC Dallas….

Admittedly keeper Kevin Hartman was a bit out of position, but it’s a mightly impressive strike. It should also be noted that the game was played at Pizza Hut Park

Santos reach Copa Libertadores final after, well, under-par Cerro Porteno goalkeeping

Brazilian side Santos will take on Uruguayan club Penarol in the final of the Copa Libertadores; the first leg is this Wednesday (15th June).

Selecao striker Neymar inspired a 4-3 aggregate win over Cerro Porteno in the semis, but surely he’s not claiming this goal?

The keeper’s name is Diego Barreto, and he has three international caps for Paraguay, baffling.

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