According to recent reports fromSky Sports, Real Madrid could be set for an English-inspired summer in the transfer market. After elimination from the Champions League at the hands of Germans Borussia Dortmund and a miserable domestic season which is seeing Barcelona run away with La Liga, there is ample speculation linking Cristiano Ronaldo, Jose Mourinho, and Tottenham's Gareth Bale with a summer merry-go-round.
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Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski has rubbished claims linking him with a move to Italian giants Juventus. The German international has been linked to the Serie A champions in recent weeks, but insists that he's happy in London and has no plans of moving this summer.
"Firstly, I cannot help it that clubs are interested in me," Podolski told Sky Sportsin response to talks of an impending transfer.
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has issued high praise for Manchester United teammate Michael Carrick. The former Tottenham midfielder has been in scintillating form this season, and has been a large reason why the Red Devils are sitting comfortably at the top of the Premier League table.
On the back of another stunning goal this past weekend, Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney is eyeing his landmark 200th goal for the Red Devils. Rooney was on the mark in United's 4-0 win against Norwich City at Old Trafford on Saturday, finishing in spectacular fashion from outside the box.
The goal propelled Rooney to 196 goals for Manchester United since his move from boyhood club Everton, and admits that he's looking to break past that barrier this season.
Los Angeles Galaxy striker Robbie Keane was fittingly on the scoresheet once again as the Major League Soccer season kicked off this past weekend. The former Tottenham Hotspur striker was the club's pinnacle figure in last season's championship run, and carried his good form into the new season as the league got under way.
According to English newspaperThe Daily Star, Chelsea could be lining up their next boss. According to the paper, Juventus boss Antonio Conte is the man that Roman Abramovich is eyeing to take over the Stamford Bridge reins, following Rafa Benitez's admission that he'll be leaving the club this summer.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has moved quickly to end speculation linking former Old Trafford favorite Cristiano Ronaldo with a move back to England. The Real Madrid attacker has been linked with a return to Manchester in recent weeks by media around the world, but Ferguson insists there's nothing to the rumors.
Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas is remaining firmly grounded following his side's 2-1 win over North London rivals Arsenal. The win pushed Spurs seven points ahead of the Gunners, and maintained the club's third place standing over other London rivals Chelsea.
Gareth Bale was once again on the scoresheet, having been involved in all but three of Tottenham's 2013 goals.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has remained firm regarding his side's title hopes following their 2-0 win over third placed Chelsea on Sunday. The Citizens found themselves a staggering 15 points back on league leaders Manchester United before Sunday's crucial fixture, having witnessed Sir Alex Ferguson's Red Devils beat QPR on Saturday.
As the entire world eyes tomorrow's Champions League clash between Manchester United and Real Madrid, Red Devils defender Rio Ferdinand acknowledged that most eyes will be on former United great and Madrid talisman Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ferdinand, in a rich vein of form, is hoping that his former teammate falls victim to the high level of emotion that will surely be involved in the round of sixteen tie, and hopes that the Premier League leaders can get the better of Jose Mourinho's struggling side.
New Manchester United signing Wilfried Zaha insists he remains focused on the task at hand as he aims to guide Crystal Palace out of the Championship and into the Premier League. The talented winger completed a£17 million move to Old Trafford last week, but in typical Sir Alex Ferguson fashion for youngsters who aren't yet ready he immediately loaned the English youth international back to Crystal Palace to continue his first team development.
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Juventus central midfielder Paul Pogba was on the mark for the Italian champions this past weekend, scoring two screamers against Serie A side Udinese. The young French midfielder has been an incredible signing for the defending Serie A champions, and is progressing each and every weekend as he grows into his role with the Old Lady.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has publicly discussed the potential return of former captain Cesc Fabregas. The midfielder was brought to London by the Frenchman from boyhood club Barcelona, and largely made his name with the perennial Premier League underachievers.
From there, Fabregas made a controversial move back to Barcelona in 2011, and has since enjoyed one of Barcelona's most successful spells in club history, despite missing out on last season's La Liga title.