Tuesday, February 22, 2011


Check out the rumours below, it has been sourced from different locations let me know if you agree with them. wink wink*

Former Liverpool striker Djibril Cisse has vowed to quit Panathinaikos after claiming he has been racially abused this season. Cisse, who also played for Sunderland, has revealed how he fears the Greek league is becoming increasingly hostile to black players. (Mail) Ronnie:my right eyebrow raised...xcuse me?!

Aston Villa are keeping tabs on Barcelona's out-of-favour defender Gabriel Milito and hope to snap him up for free in the summer. (talkSPORT)

Carlo Ancelotti wants to form a dream centre-back partnership between David Luiz and Borussia Dortmund's Neven Subotic. Club captain John Terry, 30, remains a mainstay at the heart of the Chelsea defence but Ancelotti is also looking towards the future. (talkSPORT

Tottenham midfielder Niko Kranjcar is wanted by newly promoted Russian Premier League side FC Krasnodar. Harry Redknapp was reluctantly open to offers for the unsettled Croatia international in January, but Kranjcar has since proved an able deputy for the injured Gareth Bale, scoring in Spurs' last two Barclays Premier League matches. (Mail)

Real Madrid are monitoring Everton's midfielder Jack Rodwell, joining both Manchester United and Manchester City in the race to sign one of England's most talented young players. (Mail)

Samir Nasri has said he would consider leaving Arsenal to join Barcelona in the summer: if the Gunners win the title. Samir Nasri has revealed he could quit Arsenal this summer if they win the title – for Barcelona. “As things are right now, I am happy here and I have confidence from the manager. But things can change quickly in football, and then we may have a new situation," said Nasri. (Mirror)

Ferguson lines up Bastian for United, Chelsea circle in-form Bale, Liverpool want Pienaar

Pato or Bent set for Old Trafford, Young keeps door open for Spurs, Liverpool target striker Shechter

England captain Rio Ferdinand admitted "we should be winning games like that" after Tuesday night's goalless draw with Montenegro at Wembley.

England held by Montenegro
England's Euro 2012 qualification hopes suffered a setback when they were held to a goalless draw by group leaders Montenegro at a subdued Wembley


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