AC Milan Keeping Champions League Dreams Alive

Even though AC Milan have gone through a bad spell in the few past seasons. The once Italian giants are back to claim their spot in Europe. Their brave and fierce performances have led them to become competitive in the Serie A. Numbers don’t lie mind you, so that means from where they are this season it clearly shows great progress. This is actually brilliant compared to the other previous seasons. According to some USA sports betting sites, AC Milan is currently sitting on the fourth position in the Serie…

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West Ham table offers for two Serie A stars

West Ham United will move to the Olympic Stadium next season and are hoping to build on a very solid season, in which they reached the preliminary rounds of the Europa League. Manager Slaven Bilic is particulary searching for a top class striker and has been linked with the likes of Marseille’s Michy Batshuayi, Liverpool’s Christian Benteke, and Juventus’ Simone Zaza. According to a report by The Daily Mail, the Hammers have identifyed a new summer transfer target and have launched a £16million bid to sign AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca.…

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Real Madrid show Premier League clubs how it’s done with HUGE kit deal

Real Madrid are poised to sign the most lucrative kit sponsorship contract in football history after reportedly agreeing a new deal with Adidas, according to Marca, as reported by The Daily Mail. According to Jose Felix Diaz of the Spanish newspaper, the Galacticos could rack up as much as £106 million per year if all clauses are met, which is understood to be a 10-year agreement that will see them eclipse Manchester United’s record-breaking deal with Adidas. The Spanish giants lost their number one position when the Red Devils signed their £75m per year…

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Fernando Torres “to become best-paid footballer in the world”

Fernando Torres has the chance to become the highest-paid footballer in the world, his agent Jose Antonio Martin said, according to The Sun. The striker is currently on loan at Atlético Madrid from Milan until the end of the season and his agent has called on boss Diego Simeone to make his position on Torres clear. “Fernando and Simeone should sit down and talk about it,” Martin said. “The fans of Madrid don’t want Torres to be told no continually. He has an offer that would make him the best-paid in…

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Chelsea agree to sign former Milan striker

It’s a done deal. According to ESPN Brazil, Chelsea have verbally agreed a deal to sign Brazil striker Alexandre Pato from Corinthians. The 26-year-old is set to sign a contract worth £1.77 million a year with the West London club. Earlier this month, the Brazilian rejected a lucrative offer from a Chinese second-division club that was worth £6.9 million a year. Pato will be available to make his debut against Arsenal on Sunday. ESPN claimes an agreement with Pato’s representatives was finalised by Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia on Tuesday, with Corinthians expected to make an announcement shortly.…

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Liverpool and Chelsea to duel for Brazilian striker

Alexandre Pato is a wanted man in the Premier League. Liverpool and Chelsea will reportedly go head-to-head in order to sign the Brazilian striker, according to The Independent. The Reds and The Blues have used the winter transfer market to search for an added goal scoring threat upfront. Both teams have struggled all season, partly by the fact that they can’t score on a consistent basis and due to injuries to their strikers. Both clubs see Pato as a possible reinforcement in attack. The 26-year-old is currently playing for Corinthians…

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How Bournemouth became bigger than AC Milan

Powerful TV money has made even the smallest Premier League able to spend big during the transfer window, some even more than traditional European giants, according to The Daily Mail. It’s already an established phenomenon that most of the Premier League’s clubs can now compete with virtually every club in the major leagues of Europe for top players aside from the ‘mega’ clubs of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain. Last summer alone saw some of the Premier League’s ‘smaller’ clubs hire stars from teams with much more illustrious…

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