Chelsea through to Champions League final against Man City REACTION: Cundy goes wild after ‘torturous’ second-half, Mount ‘lost for words’

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  • Chelsea reach Champions League final with outstanding win over Real Madrid
  • Ibrahima Konate to Liverpool: Five-year deal agreed with RB Leipzig defender to join Premier League club in the summer
  • Kyle Walker makes Manchester United legend Roy Keane eat his words after explosive ‘car crash’ verdict as ex-teammate hails ‘outstanding’ Man City ace after Paris Saint-Germain victory
  • Arsenal legend Jens Lehmann sacked by Hertha Berlin after asking if former Germany defender and pundit Dennis Aogo was ‘token black guy’
  • Neymar not in same class as Lionel Messi as PSG star is branded ‘selfish, overrated and petulant’ after Man City Champions League defeat but Gabby Agbonlahor disagrees
  • Dietmar Hamann unsure ‘immature’ and ‘embarrassing’ Paris Saint-Germain can win ‘big titles’ after Man City Champions League defeat
  • ‘Very special’ Phil Foden praised by West Ham star Declan Rice and hailed as ‘best young player in world football’ as Manchester City youngster tears PSG to shreds with electric display
  • ‘Outstanding’ Man City blow ten-man PSG away to reach first ever Champions League final
  • Arsenal legend Sol Campbell emerges as leading contender for England Under-21 job after Aidy Boothroyd departure
  • Ryan Sessegnon backs Fulham boss Scott Parker for Tottenham job and eyes first-team action at Spurs after Jose Mourinho exit
  • Former Man United, Chelsea and Inter manager Jose Mourinho to become Roma’s new head coach just two weeks after Tottenham sacking
  • Avram Glazer refuses to apologise for European Super League – could he appease Man United fans with Harry Kane transfer? 

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