Barcelona midfielder Song open to Premier League return

Former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song will return to the Premier League if he decides to leave Barcelona.

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Inter Milan are plotting a summer raid for Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko.

Neil Taylor admits he may have to leave Swansea in the summer if he wants regular first-team football.

Andros Townsend wants more first-team football at Spurs to help secure his place in England’s World Cup squad.


Arsenal keeper Lukasz Fabianski is a transfer target for Basel.

Wayne Rooney says it is painful watching Manchester United’s arch-rivals Liverpool battling for the title.

Chris Powell was sacked by Charlton for refusing to play the new owner’s players.

Andre Villas-Boas believes Chelsea will edge out their rivals to lift the Premier League title this season.


Samuel Eto’o is ready to extend his stay at Chelsea beyond his current one-year deal.

Manchester United will allow Javier Hernandez to leave the club at the end of the season.

Gary Mabbutt has told Spurs boss Tim Sherwood to get used to speculation about his job.

Gus Poyet has welcomed the imminent arrival of Lee Congerton as Sunderland’s new director of football.

Feyenoord manager Ronald Koeman is keen on taking the Swansea job when he leaves the Eredivisie club at the end of the season.


Southampton will name former ice hockey professional Ralph Krueger as chairman today.


Bayern Munich star Arjen Robben told Arsene Wenger he should act with more class after being described as a ‘great diver’ by the Arsenal boss.

The FA are considering an appeal against an independent disciplinary commission for the second time in a week after Alan Pardew’s seven-match ban.

Gedion Zelalem, 17, is set to sign his first professional contract at Arsenal.


Former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song has hinted he would be open to a summer move to Manchester United.