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Real Madrid hope €525m Bernabeu renovation gives them 'best stadium in world'

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Real Madrid's general assembly voted in favour of putting the club €525 million into debt in order to fund the remodelling of the Santiago Bernabeu.

The 92 percent of voters who supported the works -- 1,017 were in favour, 57 were against and 23 abstained -- did so on Sunday based on president Florentino Perez's promise that the new stadium would generate €150m a year in additional revenue.

Here is a look at what the majority voted for on Sunday:

The renovation

The stadium will be wrapped...

PSG's Kylian Mbappe receives special gift from Pele

Neymar gave a hug and his jersey to a young fan who entered the field in tears as the PSG star was subbed out of the game in the 91st minute.
An own goal from Adrien Rabiot spurred PSG to life as Angel Di Maria, Thomas Meunier and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting all score to down Stade Rennes.
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Ligue 1: Thomas Meunier (61') Stade Rennes 1-2 PSG
Ligue 1: Angel Di Maria (45') Stade Rennes 1-1 PSG

He may have sat out PSG's Ligue 1 clash with Rennes due to suspension, but the weekend wasn't a total bust for Kylian Mbappe.

Indeed, the PSG striker took delivery of a very special gift from none other than Pele -- a man who undeniably qualifies as royalty in football circles.

The 19-year-old striker displayed his present on social media, proudly holding the signed Santos jersey aloft with the Eiffel Tower in the background.

The hand-written message on the shirt reads: "For Mbappe, from your friend,...

Liverpool to stay perfect and beat Chelsea, Lionel Messi and Barcelona look to bounce back

Check out all the action from across Europe this weekend, including Cristiano Ronaldo's clutch strike for Juventus, Liverpool's latest win and more.

A solid weekend of profit for the column courtesy of Liverpool's 3-0 win over Southampton and Lionel Messi scoring first for Barcelona on Sunday. There's action from the Carabao Cup and La Liga this week, including Real Madrid's trip to Sevilla.

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The Banker

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MLS Power Rankings: FC Dallas, LAFC finding form at the right time

Atlanta United remain top, but it's FC Dallas and LAFC who are making the right moves at the business end of the MLS season..

1. Atlanta United

Record: 19W-6D-5L
Week 29 ranking: 1

After a wild 4-3 win on the road in San Jose on Wednesday, the Shield leaders grabbed three points at home in clinical 2-0 win over Real Salt Lake at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Saturday. The gap at the top of the standings is now four points ahead of a clash with the New York Red Bulls next week.

2. New York Red...

Juventus substitute Federico Bernardeschi 8/10 for well-deserved goal

Frosinone held on with gritted teeth but Juventus finally pierced through that strong defence, grabbing a 2-0 victory to make it five wins out of five.

It was clear from the start that the home side had no intention of playing football. Registering 72% possession and attempting 30 shots on goal, Juventus simply spent their time launching attack after attack but couldn't find their way through against a stubborn defence.

Uncharacteristically sloppy and wasteful in possession, the Bianconeri were...

Paul Pogba continues to frustrate; Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang starting to click

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Buck-passer of the weekend

The aftermath of the draw provided another example of Jose Mourinho's mentality, which can be broadly summarised as: When his team wins, it's his responsibility, but when they lose it's someone else's.

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