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 By Ben Gladwell

Chelsea, Liverpool and Dortmund target Antonio Rudiger happy at Roma

The ESPN FC panel share their thoughts on the latest transfer rumours, including a potential move for Barco duo Dani Alves and Javier Mascherano to Turin.

Roma defender Antonio Rudiger has given no assurances about his future amid rumoured interest from a host of Europe's top teams, though he is happy to stay at the club.

Rudiger, 23, has just completed his first season in Serie A, finishing third with the Giallorossi and making his Champions League debut, but he has not ruled out a move away this summer even if he insists he is happy in the Italian capital.

The Stuttgart centre-back spent last season on loan at Roma, and they have a €9...

 By PA Sport

Stuttgart make Jos Luhukay coach and sack director Robin Dutt

Jos Luhukay is the new coach of Stuttgart.

Stuttgart have named Jos Luhukay as their new coach while parting company with their director of sport Robin Dutt following their relegation.

Luhukay, who has previously guided Borussia Monchengladbach, Augsburg and Hertha Berlin to promotion from the second division, replaces Jurgen Kramny, who was demoted back to his previous role of reserve-team coach on Sunday.

"Jos Luhukay is a very experienced coach who has impressively proven his variety of qualities at his previous clubs," said Stuttgart...

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Stuttgart demote coach Jurgen Kramny after suffering relegation

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Jurgen Kramny returns to his old position as Stuttgart reserve coach.

Stuttgart coach Jurgen Kramny has been demoted back to his previous position as reserve team boss following their relegation from the Bundesliga on Saturday to the second division for the first time in 41 years.

Kramny was promoted to the first team in November, initially on a caretaker basis, following the dismissal of Alexander Zorniger.

Improved results between then and the winter break were rewarded with a new full-time contract until 2017.

But a club spokesperson told sport1.de on Sunday: "This...

Stuttgart relegated after defeat at Wolfsburg

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Stuttgart saw their hopes of a dramatic escape ended at Wolfsburg.

Stuttgart were relegated to the second tier of German football for the first time since 1975 after losing 3-1 at Wolfsburg.

Maximilian Arnold and two from Andre Schurrle sealed Stuttgart's fate at the Volkswagen Arena.

Daniel Didavi grabbed a consolation for the visitors but for only the second time in their history they suffered relegation, joining Hannover in dropping out of the Bundesliga.

Wolfsburg, on the other hand, were able to end a disappointing season on a high, even though they miss out...

Stuttgart coach Jurgen Kramny eyes dramatic relegation escape

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Jurgen Kramny remains hopeful Stuttgart can climb out of the relegation zone.

Stuttgart coach Jurgen Kramny has urged his players to "rise to our own challenge" as they seek a dramatic escape from relegation on the final match day.

In early April, Stuttgart appeared to be heading towards another year of top-flight football but, after picking up just one point from their last seven games, the 2007 Bundesliga champions are on the brink of being relegated for the first time in 41 years.

Hannover are already down, but the final two places in the relegation zone are yet to be...