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BREAKING NEWS: Barcelona have confirmed Xavi has signed a new contract with the club until 2016.
"I was quite upset about what happened at the time, because big clubs like Chelsea and Tottenham were interested in securing my services," Willian told Goal.com.
Bayern Munich will hand Pep Guardiola €280m (£240m) in transfer funds when he takes over at Allianz Arena this summer, with Liverpool forward Luis Suarez and Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao top of the wish list.
"Even I don’t know whether I'll still be at Santos after the World Cup. My contract runs to 2014 but there is still a long way to go before the World Cup. I don’t know if I will renew it or not.
"It’s a personal issue and I’ll have to talk it through with my family and Santos. We’ll definitely speak about it further down the line."
So West Brom are fighting tooth and nail for Odemwingie but it appears that Scharner isn't as valuable anymore now that they have McCauley and Olsson as centre backs. Would be a decent buy for Sunderland I reckon..
Napoli offered 30 millions for El Shaarawy, Milan said 'no'
Aurelio De Laurentiis is already thinking to replace Edinson Cavani, which could go to Manchester City in the next summer.
Source: La Gazzetta dello Sport
Van den Brink and Glory agreed to terminate the final three months of the defender's contract on Monday, with the club admitting they could not guarantee the Dutchman a spot on the roster next season
"QPR have made a second, improved offer for Peter, which we have turned down.
"As we have repeatedly stated, we have no need or desire to sell our core players.
"Since we turned down Peter's transfer request, he has made his position clear in a statement to the media and via his personal Twitter account.
"This matter will be dealt with internally."
Do you think it's time he leaves City or is he still valuable?
"There are certain opportunities that should be taken," he told reporters. "Sometimes players are able to get more playing time, and so I think it could be a great opportunity for Coutinho and a deal that might work out well for us."
The Italian went on to admit that Inter's pursuit of Corinthians midfielder Paulinho is stalling due to the Brazilian club's asking price.
"Does Paulinho cost too much, or is it something that could actually come to fruition? There's no doubt that he costs too much," he continued.
"Whether it could come to fruition is something we’ll see in the next few days."
So Anelka to Juventus and Drogba to Galatasaray? Will he enjoy linking up with Sneijder? Should he join another Italian club instead? Let us know your thoughts..