Saturday, March 28, 2015
Besiktas has dismissed reports in the Turkish media that the club is readying bids for Petr Cech and Danny.
The ex-Spain international was already close to leaving Barcelona last year before eventually staying put and now appears to be on his way out of Camp Nou.
The former U.S. international has moved to a Scandinavian team for the first time in his career.
Having opted to stay at Atletico Madrid last year, the defender says he wants to see out his contract with the club.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic would make the perfect signing for Manchester United, according to former goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel.
England has called up the left back for the friendly against Italy, as Raheem Sterling, Leighton Baines, Danny Welbeck and James Milner withdraw.
Italian Football Federation president Carlo Tavecchio claims the head coach has received death threats.
The 25-year-old winger has had a hard time following some poor performances with Real, but can boost his fragile confidence by beating Israel on Saturday.
The left back will miss just a week of action with a groin injury, Barcelona has announced.
The Russian Football Union president says the organization will protest to UEFA after the abandonment of the match against Montenegro.
Joachim Low will hand the midfielder his first Germany appearance since the World Cup final in Sunday's qualifier against Georgia.
Harry Kane will still find it difficult to secure a place in England's starting XI, according to manager Roy Hodgson.
Hamburg CEO Dietmar Beiersdorfer has hinted that the club captain will depart when his current deal runs out in June.
The Frenchman says he wants to keep the out-of-favor England winger but contradicted the player's tweet that claimed that no negotiations over a new deal had taken place.
The winger's absence from Netherlands' clash against Turkey will make a difference, according to Fatih Terim.
The defender will return to Barcelona on Saturday, after injuring his hamstring in Spain's win over Ukraine.
Friday, March 27, 2015
The coach was disappointed with his side's second-half performance and revealed that Jordi Alba will be sent back to Barcelona with an injury.
The two are set to be sidelined with the Liverpool winger scheduled to have an injection for a toe problem while the Arsenal striker picked up a knee problem against Lithuania.
Roy Hodgson's side has won seven straight matches since exiting the World Cup at the first hurdle and the striker believes the continent's best sides will be worried about them.
After coming off the bench to score on his England debut, Tottenham forward Harry Kane described his international bow as a "dream."