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Batshuayi shows off custom Batman boots as Valencia topple Man United

Man United's Phil Jones is a man of many faces, but the Exploding Heads heed warning of wearing his face during Halloween.

The footballing world has come to know Michy Batshuayi by his alter ego: Batsman. The Belgian's social-media persona has long pushed this riff on DC Comics' greatest superhero.

So it should come as little surprise to see Valencia's Caped Crusader wearing a pair of Adidas X18s with Batman logos on the heels against Manchester United in the Champions League on Wednesday.

Michy Batshuayi vies for the ball during Valencia's Champions League win over Manchester United.
Michy Batshuayi's boots featured Batman logos in Valencia's Champions League match against Manchester United.

But the 25-year-old wasn't as interested in promoting his Dark Knight persona as he was in highlighting another of Phil Jones'...

Man United, Mourinho's frustrations continue with 0-0 draw vs. Valencia

MANCHESTER, England -- Three points from Old Trafford as Man United drew 0-0 with Valencia on Champions League matchday 2.

1. Mourinho, Man United's misery continued with 0-0 draw

Jose Mourinho's misery as Manchester United manager continued as his team were held to a goalless Champions League draw at home Tuesday to Valencia, extending a winless run at Old Trafford which stretches back to the opening weekend of the Premier League season in August.

United, already eliminated from the Carabao...

Record-breaking Lemar can be Atletico Madrid bargain; Parejo's awful week

Craig Burley feels Antoine Griezmann's comments are a bit arrogant when he said he's at the same level as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno explains how Ernesto Valverde's player selection played a major role in Barcelona's 2-2 draw against Girona.

Let me tell you a couple of things about Thomas Lemar. Costing more than €70 million, he didn't so much break Atletico's record transfer market outlay, he smashed it. Secondly, his move to Los Rojiblancos could have been utterly disastrous.

With due respect to Monaco, living and training in Monte Carlo bears no relationship to working for Diego Simeone and his fierce assistant Mono Burgos. Monaco and Atleti share the same sport, but in the same way that Teslas and monster trucks are both...

Valencia's sky-high expectations have filled promising young core with anxiety

There was an extra presence weighing on the Valencia training sessions this week, and it wasn't the impending arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus as the Champions League kicks off again.

Los Che have problems, and the fact that their coach, Marcelino, wanted Valencia's sports psychologist Jose Carrascosa on the Paterna playing pitches on Monday was no more than a confirmation of the warning signs that anyone paying passing attention has been able to see and hear.

Carrascosa is the guy...

Transfer Rater: Rodrigo to Real Madrid, Jerome Boateng to PSG

The latest transfer rumours from around the world.

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the Whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Jerome Boateng to Paris Saint-Germain

Boateng could still move to Paris before the Aug. 31 deadline after Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness admitted there is a 50 percent...

 By Chris Wright

Barcelona, Man City, Tottenham and Valencia celebrate 'Star Wars Day'

As you may have realised, today is May 4 -- that special time of year where everybody around the world cracks the exact same Star Wars pun ("May the Fourth be with you").

Several football clubs marked the occasion by sharing various bits and pieces on social media, with Valencia committing the most time and effort into their Star Wars Day output.

They celebrated by having the Millennium Falcon presumably transport their entire squad from the Mestalla to the Estadio de la Ceramica ahead of this weekend's...