We’ve switched things up for issue 13, with three cover stars. Borussia Dortmund’s super star boy Jude Bellingham discusses his life from Birmingham Jr to Bundesliga baller while new Bayern recruit Sadio Mané reveals how his childhood shaped his winning mentality.
The third cover star, Kyogo Furuhashi of Celtic, sits down to discuss how it feels to lead a gifted band of Japanese recruits at the Scottish club. We speak to the latest Brazilian import at Tottenham Hotspur, Richarlison, who has made a fast start to his life in North London, to chat Champions League football, Brazil and scoring hat-tricks.
Stamford Bridge features as the host of our latest Getty Images gallery, with Chelsea and AC Milan the focus of the lens, we hear the tune of a Real Madrid player turned musician and much, much more…
As the Champions League kicks back into action after its unusually long winter slumber, we’ve got a high-octane line-up to usher in the knockout stage. First up, two brilliant cover stars fuelling their team’s charge for the title – Manchester City’s new captain İlkay Gündoğan and Bayern München’s Canadian sensation Alphonso Davies.
Paris talisman Kylian Mbappé, meanwhile, talks us through his career-defining games so far in the competition, we catch up with Napoli’s Georgian ace Khvicha Kvaratskhelia and Sam Kerr plays up Chelsea’s chances in the Women’s Champions League.
Also in this issue, we sing along with perhaps the greatest club anthem of them all, Antonello Venditti’s Roma, Roma, Roma, we go green with Saint-Étienne at the 1976 final in Glasgow and, as we look ahead to June’s Istanbul showpiece, Sami Hyypiä recalls one night in the Turkish city no Liverpool fan will ever forget. Get your copy now.
Make way for the young guns. As we inch closer to the end of an enthralling Champions League season, what better way to celebrate it than with two of the most explosive youngsters in world football adorning the covers of the latest issue? One of them is Enzo Fernández who, having made a big move to Chelsea after a stellar World Cup-winning run, sits down to discuss the most exhilarating season of his life.
The other is Napoli marksman Victor Osimhen, who has provided the goals and sense of hope that the Azzurri faithful have been missing since the Diego Maradona years. And there's even a whole other feature on rising stars, featuring exciting talents from Real Madrid, RB Leipzig and Benfica.
There's also a chat with Manchester City's budding talent Rico Lewis (18), the lowdown on the ludicrous goalscoring form of Erling Haaland (still only 22!) and all the tea on the coffee passion of Leon Goretzka (a relatively old man at 28). Get your copy now!
It all came down to one loose ball in a crowded penalty area. One moment that would define a season and change everything for Manchester City. The slice of luck where, for once, the ball drops just where you want it. And it turns out that the Spaniard was precisely the man for that moment when destiny called.
The man with the composure not to snatch at his shot, but instead with the presence of mind to pick his spot and send City’s world into tumult. In this issue, Rodri tells us exactly what it was like to score the goal that earned victory against Inter in the Champions League final and why he's been watching it on loop ever since. On the subject of winners, we also hear from Rodri’s coach, Pep Guardiola, on getting back to the European summit after so many painful near misses.
Jesús Navas shows us just what success means to Sevilla – no matter how often they may have lifted the Europa League trophy – and we marvel at the brilliance of Barcelona, who reclaimed the Women’s Champions League crown in stunning style. It’s quite the European hat-trick.
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