Gael Clichy is a left back who joined Arsenal in August 2003. A pacy, strong and agile defender, he was initially back-up to Ashley Cole, but went on to establish himself as first choice and make over 250 appearances for the Gunners. Gael was as dependable as ever in 2010-11, rarely missing a Premier League game and scoring only his second goal for the club in the FA Cup replay with Leyton Orient. Gael, who began his senior career with Cannes, chose to leave the Emirates Stadium in the summer of 2011 and sign for Manchester City. He is a full international for France.
Francesco Totti will call time on his 24-year career as a Roma player after the game with Genoa.
England's record goalscorer Wayne Rooney has been left out of Gareth Southgate's England squad for the second time in a
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Sam Allardyce left his role as manager of Crystal Palace on Tuesday night, leaving the Selhurst Park hierarchy in the
Ajax stand between Manchester United and Europa League glory on Wednesday.
Champions Chelsea have made former striker ROMELU LUKAKU their preferred attacking signing this summer, according to the Evening Standard.