Wednesday, July 23, 2014
The former Liverpool stalwart and New England head coach says "MLS does not want" the 33-year-old former Arsenal and Chelsea player.
The left back ends a 13-year association with the Welsh outfit, and acknowledged the support of the fans and players after joining Spurs in a 12 million euro deal.
Spurs have beaten Liverpool to the Welshman's signature, while adding the goalkeeper in a double swoop, as Mauricio Pochettino makes his first foray into the transfer market
A veteran player and the Aston Villa manager say evidence of soccer increasing in popularity in the United States is plain to see.
The 29-year-old wants his international teammate to join him at the Emirates Stadium, with the Gunners battling with Chelsea for the Real Madrid midfielder's signature
The Uruguayan striker has attracted interest from Manchester United and has refused to rule out a big-money summer transfer away from the Parc des Princes
The Spanish striker, signed from Atletico Madrid, has promised total commitment to the cause as the Blues look to win a first championship since 2009-10.
The Premier League club has already signed three players this summer but the Chilean is not yet satisfied with his team, with Alvaro Negredo ruled out for up to three months.
The Netherlands international is on the verge of swapping Swansea for North London and is expecting to see plenty of game time despite the presence of Hugo Lloris.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
The new Spurs manager says he is happy with the players he has at his disposal and that there will "not be many changes."
The Aston Villa goalkeeper says the American No. 2 can step into Tim Howard's role if needed, with manager Paul Lambert supporting the sentiment.
The newly acquired midfielder says he wants to win every trophy during his time at Stamford Bridge.
The former Crystal Palace winger is desperate to make his mark at Old Trafford, having returned from a loan spell at Cardiff, and is keen to start with the club's preseason tour.
Ronald Koeman has revealed the Saints have lost patience with their troubled striker after he failed to report with the rest of the squad for preseason training.
The former Ajax and Barcelona player will make his move to the Premier League on a four-year deal.
The 22-year-old was also the subject of significant interest from Southampton but has opted to move to Loftus Road and partner in defense with Rio Ferdinand.
The Blues finished four points off Manchester City last season and reached the semifinals of Europe's elite club competition, and their manager believes they are stronger now.
UEFA has demanded that part of the Parc des Princes be closed when the Ligue 1 club next plays in European football due to supporters' abuse of Chelsea fans.
Despite speculation linking the Sporting Lisbon left back to the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea, the Saints have stolen a march on their Premier League rivals for the 24-year-old.
The Juventus and Chile box-to-box midfielder is both beauty and beast, and the Red Devils should take their chance to finally secure a like-for-like replacement for Roy Keane