Premier League

Balotelli linked with Arsenal move

AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli could be heading back to the Premier League.
PAPER CHASE EDITION
Share This Story

   
 

Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...

LOOKING AHEAD

Get the latest dish from around football in our Rumor Mill.

Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino has emerged as a shock target for Real Madrid as the Spanish club could sack Carlo Ancelotti if he fails to lead Real to Champions League success.

Fulham boss Rene Meulensteen pleaded with angry supporters to get behind his ailing side after their shock extra-time cup exit at the hands of Sheffield United.

Michael Laudrup was axed after a crunch meeting with chairman Huw Jenkins following just one win in 10 Premier League games.

West Ham have called in one of the country's top lawyers in a bid to overturn Andy Carroll's FA ban.

Anderson, who is out on loan at Fiorentina, admits that his Manchester United career is almost over - but reckons he was never given a chance by David Moyes.

Manchester City transfer target Fernando can agree a pre-contract with them as his deal with the Portuguese heavyweights expires at the end of the season.

New Crystal Palace signing Tom Ince rejected a January move to former club Liverpool says father, Paul.

Swansea sacked manager Michael Laudrup following players' complaints about him.

PAPER CHASE

Get the latest rumors as the biggest clubs try to bolster their rosters.

Manchester United are planning a summer move for Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote and will scrap it out with Barcelona and Real Madrid for Portugal midfielder William Carvalho.

Manchester United are pushing ahead with plans to play in a big pre-season tournament in the USA against the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool - even though they may have to pull out and play in the Europa League.

John Terry has ruled out a sensational return to the England team.

Just a few days after falling to the foot of the Premier League table, Rene Meulensteen's brief reign plunged to a new low as Fulham were humiliated on their own patch by Nigel Clough's Sheffield United.

John Terry is ready to accept a one-year contract at Chelsea if it means prolonging his playing career at Stamford Bridge.

Arsenal are preparing a third contract offer for key defender Bacary Sagna in the hope of finally persuading him to stay.

Fulham are giving serious consideration to replacing Rene Meulensteen just two months after his appointment as manager.

Michael Laudrup was sacked as manager of Swansea City on Tuesday night after the club's patience with his lack of leadership finally snapped.

It is just over a week before Valentine's Day but Swansea's love affair with Michael Laudrup has finally come to a bitter end.

Manuel Pellegrini will have to consider changing his cherished 'go for goals' philosophy if Manchester City are to keep alive their hopes of an unprecedented quadruple of trophies.

John Terry has issued a rallying cry to the rest of the Premier League - Manchester City can be stopped so get out there and do it.

Under-fire Fulham manager says he has no worries about his future but admits that the club face a "big problem" if their dire form continues.

Swansea City sacked manager Michael Laudrup in an attempt to "remove the constant uncertainty surrounding the club".

The key member of a rejected bid to buy Leeds United from Gulf Finance House has issued a winding-up petition against the club.

Nemanja Matic has revealed how Jose Mourinho's meticulous preparation enabled Chelsea to beat Manchester City on Monday night, with the midfielder pointing to the film of Manuel Pellegrini's side the manager showed his players.

Rene Meulensteen admits Fulham will be relegated if they do not improve following Tuesday night's Capital One Cup home defeat to Sheffield United.

AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli could be helped on his way to Arsenal with his boot sponsor contracted to make the Gunners' kit from next season and keen to subsidise a £40m deal.

Member Comments

Please note by clicking on "Post comment" you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Use and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be Polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator.

powered by