Atletico Madrid have opened talks with Chelsea over the possibility of striker Fernando Torres making a return to the Spanish capital, writes ESPN.
According to reports, Atletico chief executive Miguel Angel Gil Marin was in London over the weekend to discuss the possible deal, and the talks are set to resume when he returns to Madrid. Chelsea would accept a fee of £13m for the Spaniard, but Atletico are aiming to claim their former ...More
England manager Roy Hodgson has paid tribute to former captain Steven Gerrard, after he announced his retirement from international football on Monday, BBC Sport has reported.
Gerrard ended his England career after earning 114 caps, and captaining the side at the last three major tournaments. He suffered disappointment at the World Cup in Brazil, as he led the Three Lions to their first opening round elimination since 1958 as they fi...More
Manchester United are preparing to offer Ajax £17m for defender Daley Blind, and make him their third signing of the summer so far, according to the Daily Express.
Blind is the latest Dutch international to be linked with a reunion with Louis van Gaal after their impressive World Cup campaign, finishing in third place to exceed pre-tournament expectations. Ander Herrera and Luke Shaw have already moved to Old Trafford since van Gaal ...More
Denmark centre-back Daniel Agger is said to be considering his future at Liverpool if he is unable to see more regular first team action this season, Sky Sports is reporting.
The defender was plagued with hamstring troubles last season and was eventually restricted to just 16 Premier League starts as Liverpool went on to finish second, narrowly missing out on the title.
Agger’s injuries meant the likes of Martin Skrtel, Mamadou Sak...More
Manchester City striker Alvaro Negredo is facing a long lay-off from football after he fractured a metatarsal during the clubs preseason friendly with Scottish club Hearts, the BBC Sport is reporting.
Negredo suffered the injury during City’s 2-1 win over their Scottish opponents, fracturing his fifth metatarsal – and now faces up to three months side lines and will miss the club’s tour of America along with the opening part of the n...More
Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has moved a step closer to agreeing a sensational return to Stamford Bridge after he text his old teammates to hint at his possible arrival, the Daily Mail.
Having left Galatasaray at the end of his contract Drogba has been drawing interest from sides in Qatar as well as Italian giants Juventus.
However he has a strong relationship with Blues boss Jose Mourinho since signing for him back in 2004 ...More
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