Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has forced his way into the transfer gossip columns on Friday after the French star was spotted in Chelsea. According to reports over the summer, Pogba is being tracked by some of English football big boys, with Manchester City and Chelsea rumoured to be ready to pay up for the former
Aston Villa plans to offer Ron Vlaar a new contract in hopes of keeping him at the club after a very impressive performance for the Dutch national team is said to have alerted Manchester United.
Mario Balotelli has demanded attention overnight on Thursday for posting, and then deleting, a photo pointing a shotgun at his haters on Instagram. The photo, which was probably removed for glorifying guns and making shooting people seem trivial, has since been screengrabbed by loads of people on social media, leaving the image to remain alive.
Former Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri is poised to take over the hot-seat as the Greek national coach. Ranieri’s tenure as manager at Monaco can to an end during the summer as the club opted to move for Sporting manager Leonardo Jardim. According to France Football, Ranieri, 62, is set to replace Fernando Santos as the Greek coach, and
West Ham United look to add yet another signing to their squad after agreeing a £12 million deal with Pachuca in Mexico to bring Enner Valencia to England.
Project Babb presents the digital Fifa 2014 World Cup. Join Thom Gibbs and JJ Bull to see who will emerge victorious in this third place play-off match
Project Babb presents the digital 2014 Fifa World Cup. Join Thom Gibbs and JJ Bull as they take you through the 2014 World Cup final
A formula originally cooked up by Mundo Deportivo on Thursday has spread throughput the Spanish press on Friday as they react to the news that Barcelona have sold Alexis Sanchez to Arsenal. The Sanchez deal comes a month after Cesc Fabregas was sold off to Chelsea, while at the same time Barcelona have remained focused on
A rumour which was released earlier in the week, only to then be rebuffed, has now come back full circle according to the excellent people at KingFut.com. The morning after the night before when Arsenal confirmed that signing of Alexis Sanchez from Barcelona, the news is that Arsenal are handing a trial to Egyptian right
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Manchester United may be dealt a major blow in their chase for Feyenoord defender Stefan De Vrij after his club admitted that he prefers a switch to Lazio instead.
Newcastle United are preparing moves to bring back former striker Demba Ba as well as previous loanee Loic Remy in order to strengthen their attacking line.
BRIAN BARWICK was the man who appointed Alan Hansen to his Match of the Day punditry role 22 years ago. Now, as the former defender prepares to bow out at the World Cup final in Brazil, he pays tribute to a man who brought his own special brand of ‘touch and technique’ to a British television institution.
Brazil star Neymar could not hold back the tears as he revealed he had come within a few inches of being paralysed. Neymar, giving his first press conference after being hospitalised with a fractured vertebrae in Brazil’s World Cup quarter-final win over Colombia, also said he disagreed with his agent for calling coach Luiz Felipe Scolari ‘a repulsive and conceited old jerk’.
JEFF POWELL: Lionel Messi was literally Little Leo on this occasion. It was Javier Mascherano – the man who really did most to squeeze Argentina through to Sunday’s World Cup Final against Germany – who picked up the motivation mantle after the Dutch had threatened through the first 15 minutes of the additional half-hour.
Mike Ingham, the voice of football for a generation of radio listeners, will step down after the World Cup final, marking the end of an era for BBC sport. Ingham has been chief football correspondent for more than 20 years, bringing his unique blend of effortless eloquence and good sense to the Beeb’s football coverage.
Another two centimetres I could be in a wheelchair Neymar It wasnt a normal challengeAn emotional Neymar cried as he recalled the challenge that ended his World …