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Man United keeper hits out at lies about Van Gaal row

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has dismissed speculation he has fallen out with manager Louis van Gaal.

De Gea says the rumours are all lies. Credit: PA

One report in Spain this week claimed De Gea had not spoken to the United boss in "a few months".

But De Gea rejected that notion out of hand during an interview with MUTV on Friday.

Everything that has been written in the press about us not getting on is a lie.

We both want the best for the club and the team, and the stories are complete lies.

– Man United goalkeeper David De Gea

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Liverpool cleared of breaching UEFA FFP rules

Liverpool escaped any FFP sanctions. Credit: PA

Liverpool are have been cleared of any financial fair play breaches but Hull have been handed a £145,000 fine by UEFA.

The Reds have been one of several clubs absent from European competition last season who have been under investigation by the Club Financial Control Body (CFCB).

The CFCB met on Friday and announced that investigations into Liverpool have ended without any sanctions to be brought against the Merseyside club.

Hull, who played in the qualifying rounds of the Europa League, agreed to settle for a small fine for FFP breaches.

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Parma players threaten to go on strike

Bankruptcy-threatened Parma could see their players go on strike if their clash with Genoa on Sunday isn't postponed, according to captain Alessandro Lucarelli.

The team are expected to no fulfil the fixture, as they haven't been paid this the summer and last weekend's clash with Udinese was called off due to a lack of finance.

Alessandro Lucarelli says his time will strike. Credit: Reuters

"We will not play in Genoa," Lucarelli told his club's official website. "We have requested for the game to be postponed.

"If they don't grant us that, then we will go on strike and we will be given a 3-0 defeat."

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