Social Zone: Fantasy Football players fume, Roy Keane set to leave pundit role

Roy Keane has been linked with the Hibs role, Pep Guardiola looks ahead of Man City's semi-final clash against Real Madrid and Leeds fans want Marcelo Bielsa back.

Antonio Rudiger will leave Chelsea at the end of the season on a free transfer to join Real Madrid.

The defender has agreed a deal in principle to join Madrid this summer following extensive talks.

Apparently, the 29-year-old turned down offers from the likes of Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain to join Carlo Ancelotti's side. Interestingly, his final game will be against Watford at home, just like Eden Hazard's.

Leeds United fans were seen chanting Marcelo Bielsa's name at the end of their 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace.

Jesse Marsch was delighted with the point but you only had to look at the reaction of the players and fans to see that they were underwhelmed by the performance.

It seems like they wouldn't mind El Loco back.

Manchester City look to make consecutive Champions League finals when they take on Real Madrid in the semi-finals.

They play their first of two legs tonight at the Etihad Stadium and Pep Guardiola is pleading with City fans to do whatever it takes to come down and support them.

That's all well and good until you play Gabriel Jesus as a wingback and make no substitutions in the biggest game of City's season.

Wilfred Zaha had the game of his life on Monday night against Leeds United, if you read the stats.

It seems like he did everything but actually score. And that's no good to any Premier League Fantasy player.

Let's just hope his career at Los Blancos takes a different direction than the Belgium international's.

Roy Keane is reportedly ready to leave his punditry job at Sky Sports and ITV to join Scottish side Hibernian.

The ex-Manchester United player has not been in the dugout as a manager since his spell at Ipswich Town in 2009.

This is the appointment we never knew we needed in Scotland. We can't wait for lines like these...

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