WORLD FOOTBALL TID-BITS - 27TH FEB 2015
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ADHIRAJ DUTTA : Mohamed Salah appears unlikely to stay at Fiorentina beyond the end of the season. Fiorentina coach Vincenzo Montella admits keeping Mohamed Salah at the club beyond the end of his loan will be tough. On loan at the Serie A club from Chelsea, Salah scored in the second half of his side’s 2-0 win over Tottenham in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday.
Boca Juniors continued their perfect start to the Copa Libertadores, while Internacional also enjoyed a win on Thursday. Pablo Osvaldo scored what proved to be the winner as Boca Juniors overcame Wanderers 2-1 in the Copa Libertadores on Thursday.
Jack Wilshere has undergone a 'minor procedure' as the Arsenal midfielder's ankle problems persist. Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has undergone a 'minor procedure' to ease persistent discomfort in his problematic left ankle.
French media outlet L'Equipe understands that Javier Pastore is set to sign a lucrative new deal with Paris Saint-Germain. With his current deal due to expire in just over a year, the Argentine was linked with a summer exit, as a number of high-profile clubs expressed their interest in his services. However, it appears that PSG officials have managed to persuade him to stay, having offered him a huge pay rise on his current Pound 4.2 million yearly salary.
Robin van Persie is out for Manchester United's clash with Sunderland, but Michael Carrick is nearing a comeback for Louis van Gaal's side. Manchester United striker Robin van Persie will miss Saturday’s Premier League clash against Sunderland with an ankle injury.
John Terry says Chelsea will manage without Nemanja Matic in the League Cup final against Tottenham. Chelsea captain John Terry insists his side can cope with the absence of suspended midfielder Nemanja Matic against Tottenham in the League Cup final on Sunday.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has backed referee Anthony Taylor ahead of this weekend's League Cup final. Jose Mourinho is confident Sunday’s League Cup final clash with Tottenham will not be marred by another refereeing controversy.
Ajax coach Frank de Boer confirms that he will stay with the Amsterdam giants for another season after being linked with other clubs. Frank de Boer has revealed that he will remain at Ajax next season following speculation that he could leave the Eredivisie champions.
Borussia M'gladbach winger Patrick Herrmann has revealed that he could be moving to English Premier League in the near future. The 24-year-old has been one of die Fohlen's star performers for several years now, and it appears he is ready to search for a new challenge.