Drogba offered two-year Juventus deal

Juventus has offered Chelsea striker Didier Drogba a two-year contract.
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Roberto Di Matteo will quit Chelsea unless he gets the manager's job on a long-term contract.


Every morning, FOX Soccer gathers the rumors from across England's papers and presents them to you in one place: Paper Chase. Here are the archives:

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Chelsea will not get into a bidding war with Manchester City over Eden Hazard - despite their £50million Champions League jackpot.

Louis van Gaal last night told Liverpool he is desperate to get back into football management.

Gareth Bale has been offered a new £70,000-a-week deal to keep him at Tottenham.

Didier Drogba was last night offered a two-year £80,000-a-week deal by Juventus.

West Ham have agreed to sign Stephen Henderson.

West Brom will move for free agent Craig Gordon if they can't get Birmingham's Ben Foster.


QPR's Joey Barton was facing the sack last night after being walloped with a 12-match ban.

Chelsea are set to announce they have not retained defender Jose Bosingwa or striker Salomon Kalou.

Paul Lambert is the new favourite for Aston Villa, but has yet to be approached by the Midlands club.

Demba Ba has left his long-term future at Newcastle in doubt by not renegotiating his contract.

Andre Villas-Boas is only interested in coming to Liverpool if they promise to give him time.

Fernando Torres was last night given the guarantees he demanded as he was told by Chelsea: "You are our main man."

Spurs are poised to make a £3million bid for West Brom defender Jonas Olsson.

Chelsea have joined the growing chase for Birmingham starlet Foday Nabay.

Kieran Richardson has emerged as an Everton target - if the Toffees lose £12million-rated Leighton Baines to Manchester United.


Salomon Kalou and Jose Bosingwa will be shown the door by Chelsea today.

Arsenal last night emerged as contenders to sign Belgian star Eden Hazard.

Mario Balotelli insists he has no intention of leaving Manchester City this summer.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is set to resurrect his interest in Switzerland star Tranquillo Barnetta.

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is moving in for West Brom's Jonas Olsson.



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Chelsea last night gave Fernando Torres the guarantees he demanded to be the club's number one striker.

Sergio Aguero has dismissed suggestions he could be lured away from Manchester City.

West Ham and West Brom are ready for a £2million battle for Joseph Akpala.

Niko Kranjcar wants to quit Tottenham for a big pay day in Russia or Ukraine.

John Guidetti could be heading for a loan move to Swansea.


QPR are set to leave Joey Barton out of their squad for next season after the midfielder was banned for 12 matches.

Manchester City believe they will capture Spain defender Javi Martinez for around £25million.

Chelsea have added CSKA Moscow striker Seydou Doumbia to their list of targets.

Celtic have made an approach to sign West Brom striker Simon Cox.

Lomana LuaLua is in talks to join Karabukspor.


Sheffield United last night confirmed they are keen on signing Hearts skipper Marius Zaliukas.

Rangers scout last night confirmed ex-Hearts star Ian Black is on Ally McCoist's list of Ibrox targets if the club succeed in having their signing ban lifted.

Craig Levein last night insisted he won't walk away from Scotland during the World Cup qualifying campaign even if he receives lucrative offers to return to club football.

Aberdeen fans have threatened a mass boycott of Pittodrie season tickets if chairman Stewart Milne votes to allow a newco Rangers into the SPL.

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