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Text Size Untangling football transfer rumours is a tricky business. A hot piece of transfer news: " Manchester United will sign XXX this summer, the promising young Spanish midfielder impressed in La Liga last season and Sir Alex Ferguson has
Arsenal's Gael Clichy will see his wages rise to over 90,000 a week at Eastlands Gael Clichy looks certain to join Manchester City tomorrow, in a move that could see the left-back become the first of several star players to leave Arsenal this summer.
Nasri is going to quit Arsenal - Is it True? Actually the agreement contract with Arsenal is going to finish soon and the Man United and Man City already approaced him.But whats there in Nasri's mind seems unknown to all.In the last season,though
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is keen to keep hold of Samir Nasri as rumours continue over the France international's future. The 24-year old midfielder netted 15 goals for the Gunners last season and has attracted interest
Text Size Van Persie could follow Fabregas and Nasri out the Emirates door. The pick of this weekend's European football transfer rumours, news and gossip for 2 and 3 July 2011. Any transfer gossip surrounding Manchester United , Chelsea, Arsenal,
Plan arrival of Cesc Fabregas to Barcelona do not make Xavi Hernandez, panic losing position in the core team. Xavi is ready to compete with a teammate in the Spanish national team. Fabregas is believed
July 1, 2011 Arsenal are facing the potential loss of three first-team regulars this summer, with Manchester City confident of a seven million pound deal for Gael Clichy and now rivalling Manchester United in their interest for Samir Nasri.
Upset with Denilson desire to leave, one of Arsenal fans unique action. He helped the club to sell the player with the auction on e - Bay.Denilson has spoken to the Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, that he wanted to move from
Arsène Wenger's problems do not stop with Cesc. The talisman of the Gunners (as everyone called Cesc Fabregas in England) is very close to leaving London bound for Barcelona (Milan just retired from the race) and it seems the Arenys
The quaint 18th-century Catalan stone farmhouse that became the symbol of Barcelona's famed soccer academy closed its doors to recruits on Thursday after more than three decades of nurturing talent. "La Masia de Can Planes," built in 1702 and dwarfed