Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Eric Dier New Contract 2016- Medio signs extension at Spurs

Spurs midfielder Eric Dier has signed a new contract that will keep him at White Hart Lane till 2021. Dier, recruited from Sporting Lisbon for 4 million pounds in 2014, has become a vital cog at the Lane and has also managed to break into the England squad during his stint at Spurs.

The news of Dier's new contract follows that of Christian Eriksen and Spurs are also likely to get Harry Kane and Kyle Walker to put pen to paper new deals.

Monday, August 29, 2016

Joleon Lescott signs for AEK Athens

Joleon Lescott has signed for Greek side AEK Athens, inking a two year contract that sees him leave Villa Park with immediate effect.

Lescott was close to signing for Rangers, but the deal didn't allegedly go through because of "family reasons", with the reason being quoted that he didn't want to uproot his family. That makes the move to AEK a bit perplexing, but it is what it is.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Manuel Neuer new contract Bayern Munich- Neuer inks five year deal to be at Allianz till 2021

Manuel Neuer has pledged his future to Bayern Munich after inking a new five year contract with the Bavarian giants that will keep him at the Allianz Arena till 2021. Reports earlier this season had Neuer as a potential target for new Man City manager Pep Guardiola,  but this new contract puts to rest those rumours.

Neuer, considered by many as one of the best goalkeepers in the world, if not the best, has been at Bayern since 2011 when he joined from Schalke,

Neuer's previous deal with Bayern was due to expire in 2019.

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Marcelo Horrible Play acting vs Wolfsburg in the Champions League

Terrible from Real Madrid's Marcelo, who earned himself a name in football's hall of shame with this piece of play acting

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Ricardo Rodriguez minimum fee release clause 2016- Bayern interested in signing Wolfsburg star

Ricardo Rodriguez could be on his way to Bayern Munich this summer if Wolfsburg fail to qualify for the Champions League.

A year ago, the Swiss left back inked a fresh contract with the Wolves that would keep him at the Volkswagen Arena till 2019, but also incorporated a release clause in the contract- for 30 million euros. Should Wolfsburg fail to qualify for the Champions League, that figure will reduce to 24 million euros, and it is being said in the German media that Bayern are very likely to swoop for him, with new coach Carlo Ancelotti  a big fan of the 23 year old.

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Video Cambuur-PSV 0-6 Highlights | Cambuur vs PSV Eindhoven 2015 Luuk de Jong Goals

Luuk de Jong stars for PSV Eindhoven with a hat trick as they beat Cambuur 6-0 in their Eredivisie clash. Jurgen Locadia with two goals for PSV, with Davy Propper also scoring. Sander van de Streek red carded early in the game for Cambuur.

Friday, September 11, 2015

AVB to leave Zenit at end of 2015/16 season

Portuguese manager Andre-Villas Boas has confirmed that he will not be signing a new contract at Zenit St.Petersburg and will leave the Russian Premier League outfit at the end of the current 2015/16 season.

The news was announced by Zenit's official twitter account.

Some rumours have linked Villas-Boas with a switch to Bayern next year, especially if Pep Guardiola goes to Man City as expected.

Sunday, September 6, 2015

Nelson Oliveira & Ryan Mendes to Nottingham Forest- NFFC sign European duo on loan

Nottingham Forest have completed the double transfer of Nelson Oliveira & Ryan Mendes from Benfica and Lille respectively.

Portuguese forward Oliveira, 24, who has been capped 14 times at international level, has joined on loan till the end of the season.

A similar loan deal has been worked out by Forest with Ligue 1 outfit Lille for winger Mendes, 25.

Monday, August 31, 2015

Wolfsburg's most expensive transfer- Wolves shatter record to sign Draxler from Schalke

Wolfsburg have made their most expensive ever signing after securing the transfer of Julian Draxler from Schalke. Draxler has moved for a fee of 35 million euros, making him the second most transfer within the Bundesliga after Mario Gotze's 37 million euro switch from Dortmund to Bayern Munich.

The deal was also Schalke's biggest sale, a fact confirmed by the club's director Horst Heldt.