Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Rui Vitoria's Benfica finally claimed a win in preseason, albeit needing penalties to beat America.
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Christian Eriksen wants to see Tottenham become ruthless and stop losing games the club is expected to win.
Chelsea was triumphant in another penalty shootout at the International Champions Cup.
Jose Mourinho's side will face the Catalan club in the International Champions Cup at FedEx Field in Maryland, with youngster Kenedy set to start for the Blues
Everton beat Dundee 2-0 thanks to goals from Conor McAleny and Ross Barkley but Romelu Lukaku suffered an apparent hamstring injury.
The former Brazil international believes he would easily win the trophy now because of the lack of quality at the top level.
The midfielder thanked the club and the supporters for a "wonderful four years" in Turin
Former Arsenal man Abou Diaby looks to be on his way to Marseille, shunning a move to West Brom in the process.
Bayern Munich's sporting director highlighted the attributes the midfielder will bring to the reigning Bundesliga champion after completing his move to the Allianz Arena.
UEFA chief Michel Platini will announce his candidacy for the FIFA presidency later this week, it is understood.
Jose Angel Crespo has signed a three-year deal at Aston Villa after the Premier League club agreed to an undisclosed fee with Cordoba.
The striker has long been on Arsene Wenger's wishlist and has suggested he could be moving clubs with a cryptic Instagram message as he departs los Blancos' preseason tour early.
The Brazilian failed to oust Cesar Azpilicueta from the starting XI and returns to the club he helped win La Liga, with the Blues expected to move for Baba Rahman or Alex Telles.
Cesc Fabregas has called for Chelsea to improve in the Champions League next season to emulate the success of his former club, Barcelona.
Jose Mourinho's claims about Arsenal's spending have been given short shrift by Arsene Wenger.
Bayern Munich is set to present the midfielder as the club's latest signing in a news conference on Tuesday.
Chelsea and the Gunners head to Wembley next weekend to contest the Community Shield and the Portuguese took the time to take a swipe at his opposite number.
The Reds striker is on the market at around half what was paid for him last summer but the Italian club's president, Massimo Ferrero, is not willing to meet the current price.
The Brazil international is not obsessed with his Argentine teammate, but is only thinking about improving his own game.
Manchester City had to pay big money to land Raheem Sterling, but Manuel Pellegrini believes the England man will justify his price tag.