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GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — Rangers ended a tumultuous week by winning the Scottish Cup after beating Hearts 2-0 after extra time in the final on Saturday. Rangers lost the Europa League final on Wednesday night in a penalty shootout, and it went into another extra time on Saturday thanks to Craig Gordon’s save with his foot from Joe Aribo near the end of regulation time at Hampden Park. However, they dug deep yet again and two goals in three minutes by substitutes Ryan Jack and Scott Wright gave t
The French superstar was out of contract in the summer and while all the sings pointed towards a blockbuster Real Madrid move, the World Cup winner ultimately decided to stay in Paris. A report earlier this week suggested that PSG, who were desperate to keep their star man, offered Mbappe a deal worth £4million per month and control of the club's sporting project. The player joined PSG in 2017 from Monaco after the Parisians forked out £130million for his signature.