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.
Entries in Tottenham (454)
One for you Scooby Doo mystery fans now. Porto star Christian Atsu is the target for an unnamed Premier League club and it is said to be the chosen destination of the 21-year-old as he looks to strut his stuff on a bigger stage. Exciting, eh? Sky Sports are reporting that the club offering for his services are thought to be either Tottenham or Everton, so if you were the Ghanian where would you rather go?
With Chelsea still looking for a new manager for next season, although a certain Portuguese chap is likely to be appointed, they continue to sound out transfer targets to fight off the Manchester clubs in order to regain the Premier League trophy. This time, according to the Express, the man in contention for a move to the Bridge is Southampton starlet Luke Shaw.
It seems like everyday there are new reports linking Gareth Bale to some of the biggest clubs on the planet. Real Madrid, Manchester United and Bayern Munich have all been mentioned to be interested in the Welshman's services, but the Daily Mail are reporting that Tottenham may actually be able to hang on to him IF they beat Arsenal into the top four.
Watford take on Crystal Palace at Wembley this month with the winner taking their place in the Premier League next season. The pressure is on both London sides to win the big money game, but there is another capital club lurking in the shadows should the Hornets lose out on promotion.
Loan signings are one of football’s great dividers. Used correctly and sparingly, they can be the difference between success and failure, like any addition to any squad. Used too liberally, like in Watford’s case this season with eleven signings, and criticism can be expected. Here are some of the most successful loan signings in English football.
Goals straight from the kick-off are generally met with greater joy than any. It gives the lucky team and supporters a break from the usual feeling and inching their way into a match. It's not such a welcome experience for either the opposing team, or those unlucky fans that are yet to make their way to their seats.
Andre Villas-Boas has sounded out Barcelona midfielder Sergi Roberto as a high priority target as the young midfielder continues to be frustrated with lack of opportunity at Camp Nou. TalkSport report that a move for the 21-year-old is likely to happen in the summer, but whether or not they can manage to send Scott Parker the other way is yet to be seen. White Hart Lane has its fingers crossed.
There has been much speculation about the future of Spurs superstar Gareth Bale recently due to his fine form, but with the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester United apparently ready to battle it out for the Welshman's signature, here are three reasons why a move to Old Trafford would be beneficial to all parties.
It’s goal time. The long and winding (hopefully interesting) series of Football Manager 2013 wonderkids is lining itself up from six yards with only the keeper to beat. Here’s some strikers ready to milk the celebrations.