Borussia Dortmund Coach Jurgen Klopp has revealed he is disappointed to see his former charge Shinji Kagawa playing only sporadically and usually out of position at Manchester United, according to the Daily Mail.
Kagawa left Dortmund for United last summer and made 26 appearances in all competitions as United won the Premier League title and reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League, but was often restricted to substitute ap...More
Manchester City could face a fight to keep hold of captain Vincent Kompany after Barcelona turned to the Belgium international when their interest in Paris Saint-Germain’s Thiago Silva was rebuffed, the Daily Mirror has reported.
The Catalan club are willing to pay £20m to take Kompany away from the Etihad Stadium, hopeful of capitalising on any unhappiness the skipper holds over the sacking of Roberto Mancini. Incoming Coach Manuel ...More
A number of Sunderland players are in contact with the PFA over their next step after they were fined two weeks’ wages for indiscipline and publically criticised by manager Paolo Di Canio, the Daily Mirror has reported.
Seven of the Black Cats’ squad - including Phil Bardsley, pictured recently lying on the floor in a casino covered in £50 notes - have been in touch with the players’ union, with Bardsley said to be insistent that he ...More
Liverpool have moved to sure up their defence following the retirement of Jamie Carragher by approaching experienced Manchester City defender Kolo Toure about a switch to Anfield, the Guardian has reported.
Toure’s contract with the former Premier League champions expires this summer and the 32-year-old has not been offered fresh terms, having fallen out of favour under former manager Roberto Mancini. Toure is keen to remain in Engli...More
Tottenham Hotspur are looking to make room in their squad for players who can take them into the Champions League next season, with the likes of Scott Parker, Clint Dempsey and Emmanuel Adebayor all to be made available, the Daily Mirror has reported.
Spurs missed out on a place in the Premier League’s top four by a single point, falling behind Arsenal despite beating the Gunners in early March. In an effort to surpass Arsene Wenger’...More
David Moyes is keen to keep Wayne Rooney at Manchester United, the Guardian has reported, and now wants to convince his former Everton protégé that he has a future at Old Trafford.
Moyes visited United’s Carrington training ground on Monday, beginning work as Sir Alex Ferguson’s successor, with the future of Rooney one of the biggest issues facing the incoming boss. Rooney told Ferguson last month that he wished to leave the club in ...More
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