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Manchester United were linked with a sensational switch deal for Bayern Munich duo Thomas Muller and Arjen Robben in the German press overnight.

Except they were not.

A story, credited to German newspaper Bild, linked the pair with a swap deal for British record signing Angel Di Maria, who underwent a terrible first season under Louis van Gaal last year.

The story, although outlandish, appeared to make some sense. Pep Guardiola recently talking about how much he rated Di Maria and the German giants were linked with a move for the Argentinian by real sports reporters.

Manchester United being previously interested in Thomas Muller and also Van Gaal urging Arjen Robben to join him at Old Trafford last summer.

But unfortunately for all concerned, the story was a fake.

It first generated on Twitter by the user Uli Becker, who claimed to be a reporter for the paper; Uli Becker does not exist (at least in this sense) and the Tweet and then the account was later deleted.

Furthermore, both Muller, who has played for the club since he was 11, and Robben have reiterated their desire to stay at the club numerous times.

The pair are two of Guardiola’s key men and among the first names on the team-sheet, with Muller scoring 21 goals and adding 14 assists in 50 matches last season and Robben adding 19 goals and nine assists in an injury-hit campaign.

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10 Ghanaian Football Legends who sold Ghana to the world



Ghana Football has been blessed with several great talents and legends that sold our game to the entire world.

These players excelled in the game and made waves across the world.

Thier exploits bestowed on them legendary status and they will forever have their names written in the history books of Ghana football.

Here is a list of 10 Ghanaian Football legends who sold Ghana to the world.

  1. Abedi Pele

Arguably the greatest footballer Ghana has ever produced and one of the greatest African footballers of all-time.

Pele won the African Best player on three occasions, 1991, 1992 and 1993.

He played for several European clubs and found his fame in the French Ligue 1 with Lille and Marseille, the latter where he won the UEFA Champions League in 1993.

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