Welsh international midfielder Jack Collison is hoping to impress enough during a trial spell with Queens Park Rangers to earn himself a contract, according to Sky Sports.
Collison is currently a free agent after being released by West Ham United at the end of last season. He joined the Hammers as a 16-year-old but has endured a torrid time, particularly in recent years, as a succession of injuries have blighted his career.
Hull City have finally agreed a fee with Dundee United for the transfer of highly-rated full back Andrew Robertson, reports The Hull Daily Mail.
The Tigers have been in dogged pursuit of the 20-year-old this summer, with the latest and seemingly finally successful bid reported to be their fifth offer for the player. While the value of the bid has not been revealed, it is believed United were holding out for at least £3 million.
Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has insisted he will not be satisfied with a place on the Chelsea bench during the current season, reports Sky Sports.
The 32-year-old Czech Republic international played his first game for several months this week in a friendly in Austria after recovering from the dislocated shoulder injury which forced him to miss the end of last season.
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A video clip that was briefly displayed on Manchester City’s website apparently showed French international defender Eliaquim Mangala signing for the club, reports BBC Sport.
The video showed Mangala arriving in Manchester by private jet, and then being taken to a medical examination and given a tour of the club’s training ground, with captions proclaiming him to be “City’s newest signing”.
“I am here to help the team win titles, th...More
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has claimed that Didier Drogba “belongs” at Stamford Bridge as he continues his pursuit of the Ivory Coast striker, according to BBC Sport.
Drogba has been told by his current club, the Turkish giants Galatasaray, that he is free to leave, and Mourinho is giving serious consideration to bringing the striker back to Chelsea, where he enjoyed eight highly successful seasons between 2004 and 2012.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is ready to sign a new contract to keep him at Anfield for another three years, according to The Daily Star.
The Anfield legend has one year left to run on his current contract, but following his retirement from international duty, he is in a position to prolong his club career.
Regarding Gerrard’s decision to prioritise his club over his country, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said: “I am very h...More
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