Former Manchester City captain Claudio Reyna has been announced as the new director of football at New York City FC.
ITV Sport reports the deal has been struck as part of the new partnership between City and baseball giants the New York Yankees.
Reyna, who represented the United States in three separate World Cup final tournaments, and was voted in the FIFA Team of the Tournament in 2002, was a surprise choice for the role. However,...More
Shay Given is set to lead the prestigious names out of the exit door at Aston Villa this summer, says Clubcall.
Paul Lambert’s gamble to prefer youth over the experienced heads looked like it would backfire in January, with the club in the bottom three and embarrassed by newly promoted Bradford in the League Cup semi-final.
However, the club’s form improved towards the end of the campaign, losing just five times from the middle of F...More
Manuel Pellegrini could be announced as the new Manchester City manager by the end of next week, with a view to an immediate start, says The Daily Telegraph.
The Chilean coach confirmed that he will be leaving current club Malaga at the end of the season, with Sunday's La Liga fixture against Deportivo La Coruna set to bring the curtain down on his career in Spain.
And City, who have earmarked the ex-Real Madrid boss as the successo...More
Napoli are preparing a sensational swoop for Chelsea duo Rafael Benitez and Fernando Torres, according to the Daily Mirror.
Blues interim boss Benitez allegedly held promising talks with the Serie A side before heading to the United States for a post-season tour which will bring the curtain down on his reign at the club.
And the Spanish manager is confident that he can tempt Torres to Italy too, with Napoli's current marquee man Edi...More
England manager Roy Hodgson has told Phil Jones that his best chance of breaking into the national team will come through playing in central defence, says Sky Sports.
The Manchester United man was selected for Hodgson's first game in charge of England against Norway a year ago but hasn't pulled on the Three Lions since.
The 21-year-old has played at full-back and in central midfield for the Premier League champions this season but H...More
Young goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois is confident that his decision to sign for Chelsea will pay off, according to Sky Sports.
The Belgian stopper has been on loan at Atletico Madrid for the last two seasons where he has impressed onlookers with a string of quality performances.
And Courtois, who is seen as a long-term replacement for the Blues' current number one Petr Cech, says he has faith in the club's youth policy.
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