Monday, January 26, 2015
Middlesbrough have been rewarded for knocking Manchester City out of the FA Cup with a trip to holders Arsenal in the fifth round.
The 22-year-old American striker is on the verge of completing a deal to return to the Revolution, sources have confirmed to Goal USA.
Reports on Monday claimed the 44-year-old won't sign a new contract and will instead depart the Allianz Arena in the summer.
The Blues were beaten by a League One outfit at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, and their manager has demanded his side put that loss behind them in the League Cup semifinal.
The Feyenoord youngster has been in incredible form this season and his remarkable performance against Ajax shows he is ready to make the step up.
The Blues were humiliated by the third-tier side at Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup, but the manager says he will not be forced into the transfer market as a result.
The Liverpool manager acknowledged after that the striker has fallen out of favor but says "the opportunity is there."
The Premier League's top three all crashed out, with Manchester City and Chelsea humbled by lower league opposition, while Michel Vorm had an afternoon to forget too
The Bradford and Middlesbrough stars both feature after playing key roles in their respective sides' victories over Chelsea and Manchester City in the fourth round
Sunday, January 25, 2015
Sam Allardyce has offered the Manchester United midfielder a two-and-a-half year contract and is hopeful of signing the Scot before the January transfer deadline
The Scottish international joins the MLS side from English Championship outfit Wigan.
The Blues remain confident of landing one of their two South American targets in January, but Jose Mourinho has identified Moussa Sissoko as a potential signing
The manager expects to finalize a deal to bring the Villarreal center back to the Emirates Stadium on Monday and foresees no problem with gaining a work permit.
The FA Cup holder edged one step closer to etching its name onto the trophy once again as Arsene Wenger's side battled against the resilient Championship outfit to progress.
The Gunners looked to be cruising, then allowed the hosts back into the game and needed Tomas Rosicky's winner to seal progression.
The England international has signed a contract until 2019, ending speculation that he would leave on a free transfer this summer.
The home side reaches the fifth round of the FA Cup after a fine second-half display at Villa Park.
Can the Gunners become the first team in the top 10 of the Premier League to reach the fifth round of the FA Cup in 2014-15, or will Chris Hughton's men pull off a giant-killing?
The Robins' chances of marking the weekend's latest upset were dashed as the Senegal striker struck home to see Sam Allardyce's side through to the fifth round of the FA Cup.