Gabonese striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has admitted that although he thinks very highly of the English Premier League, he just might prefer a move to Germany.
The club president Aurelio De Laurentiis has revealed that there have been discussions about a two-way move for Džeko and Cavani, while discussing the club's links with Rafa Benitez.
With the Premier League set to shift around managers at the end of the season, good managers are going to be sought after. But it seems that one manager is seeking his own move to the Premier League. Antonio Conte, former player and current manager at Juventus, spoke to BBC’s World Football earlier today about his desire to manage a Premier League team. “It’s not a secret the fact that in the future I’d like to work abroad.”
Roberto Mancini has publicly talked about his desire to bring the Brazilian defender Marquinhos to the Etihad and strengthen his defensive line.
Last year's Champions of England are invited to the pre-season tournament which is typically held at Munich's Allianz Arena. Sao Paulo, AC Milan, and hosts Bayern Munich are the other teams involved.
The youngster's recklessness causes him to miss Juventus' last three matches of the season, having already been crowned champions with a 1-0 win on the night.
April has flown by and being one of the busiest months on the yearly schedule I’m going to take you through some of the best saves from around the footballing globe from a month which has included 11 Champions League matches and 10 Europa League matches. There are some class saves from the likes of Petr Cech, Christian Abbiati, Alex McCarthy and more, so carry on reading to find out our number one!
The Italian has announced his intention to give way to other midfielders after the completion of the Brazil event next year, but will continue with club football as long as he is needed.
Arsenal can finally put an end to their goal keeping miseries by adding QPR’s Julio Cesar to their squad this summer. Cesar who has been prolific for the Rangers will be available for just £5m this summer.
It's not very often that you find a player willing to turn down Manchester United, but that seems to be what Roma have found in Erik Lamela. The 21-year-old talisman is set to sign a new five-year-deal at Roma, which will keep the player with the club until 2018. The Argentine starlet has become a fan favorite in the two seasons since he joined from River Plate, and other clubs have begun to take notice. Roberto Mancini has noted his pace and dribbling ability, and has stated that he would like to bring him to the Etihad as their first order of business in the summer transfer window.