Inter are set to make a bid to sign Manchester City striker Stevan Jovetic on loan with the option of making the deal permanent for a fee of £12m, according to the Daily Mail.
This latest move from the Italian side comes amid their interest in Yaya Toure, which has been spoken of publically by boss Roberto Mancini, who brought the Ivorian to City in 2010 and would like a reunion.
Man City would prefer cash up front for Jovetic ra...More
Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat remains confident that he can keep the club in the Premier League despite slipping into the bottom three after Saturday’s results, Goal.com has reported.
The Wearsiders claimed a 1-1 draw at Stoke City, but wins for fellow strugglers Leicester City and Hull City were enough to push them back into the drop zone with just five games left to play; the last two of which are away to Arsenal and Chelsea.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has backed assistant Ryan Giggs to take over his position when his reign at Old Trafford comes to an end, the Guardian has reported.
The Dutchman, who arrived last summer after leading the Netherlands to third place at the World Cup, has a contract until 2017. That deal is unlikely to be renewed, with van Gaal having previously stated that Man Utd would be his final managerial post of an il...More
Queens Park Rangers captain Joey Barton has dubbed his side the worst team in the Premier League, but believes that team spirit can help them avoid relegation, Sky Sports has reported.
The R’s are second from bottom going into Saturday’s crucial home clash with West Ham United, with the need for a positive result appearing even greater due to the meeting between the two other sides in the bottom three at Turf Moor, where Burnley f...More
Manchester City right-back Bacary Sagna has insisted that he does not regret his decision to leave Arsenal last summer in favour of a move to the defending Premier League champions, Sky Sports has reported.
The 32-year-old spent seven years at Arsenal until leaving last summer after securing his only trophy of his time in North London, helping to win the FA Cup with a 3-2 extra time victory over Hull City at Wembley.
He was first...More
Everton midfielder Gareth Barry has warned teammate Ross Barkley that it is too early in his career to consider a move to one of the Premier League’s title contenders, the Daily Mirror has reported.
Defending champions Manchester City have been linked considerably with a summer bid for Barkley, who is among the most highly rated young players in the English game despite occasionally struggling to find his best form this season.
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