The appointment of David Moyes at Old Trafford could cost Manchester United the services of Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia this summer. United have been trading blows with Serie A giants Juventus for the 25-year-old's signature but the fact that the hierarchy are unsettled at the Red Devils, for the first time in 27 years, may see him join Italy's Old Lady in the coming weeks according to talkSPORT.
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He was regularly in the media whilst at Manchester City and more often than not it was for all the wrong reasons. From setting off fireworks in his bathroom to giving out money whilst dressed as Santa, separating the fact from the fiction was almost impossible and there was too little talk about his ability whilst on the pitch. Mario Balotelli had a difficult time in England but now appears to be much happier now that he has moved back home to Italy.
The recent announcement that David Beckham is to retire at the end of this season brought a great many players and managers to comment on his fantastic contribution to the game. His professionalism and dedication, at both club and international level, cannot be questioned and he is regularly hailed as a role model for children playing the game. He has won titles in four different countries but has his iconic status clouded the public judgement of how good he actually is?
Chelsea can look forward to a summer of change, and with Jose Mourinho apparently returning to the Bridge, here are three players who we think he should be looking at.
Manchester United said goodbye to their gaffer of 26 years today, and also a long-serving hero in the shape of Paul Scholes, but another player who has served the club well over the years is close to signing a contract extension at the club.
In all the hullabaloo following Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement it has been forgotten that one of his most loyal servants, Paul Scholes, announced his (second) retirement.
It's pharaoh to say there's a lot of interest surrounding one of Africa's most sought after youngsters.
The Express are reporting that Chelsea are set to shock the footballing world with a sensational big money move to sign both Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney for next season. Just read that again. Take it in for a moment. Then read it again. Cristiano Ronaldo AND Wayne Rooney could be reunited in west London next year.
It seems that 2013 is the year of retirement in football as David Beckham has decided to call time on what can only be described as a glittering career.
As David Moyes says his farewells to his Everton staff and prepares for life as Manchester United manager he will surely be drawing up a list of players that he wants in his artilery to ensure the Premier League trophy stays at Old Trafford come the end of his debut season.
Just when David Moyes thought everything was going so smoothly, he’s got his dream job, millions to spend on new players, a fat new pay rise, the poor bloke must have had quite a shock when he woke up this morning.
The Express reports that United will now have to “vie with