Football transfer rumours: Valencia’s David Villa and David Silva to Manchester United?
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No doubting the big rumour of the day: David Villa has been told “you can go your own way (go your own way)” by Valencia, with club director Fernando Gomez admitting to Spanish TV: “The club made a great effort to keep our players this summer but our economic situation remains very serious. There comes a point when you can’t stand it any more. We may have to sell Villa.” According to the Daily Mirror, Manchester United will offer Valencia £50m for Villa and his team-mate David Silva but, given Villa’s oft-stated reluctance to leave Spain and United’s unsuccessful efforts to chase the two Ronnies this summer, it’s far from a done deal.
Every manager knows that – Winston Bogarde excepted – players only love you when they’re playing, which is why Manchester City’s full-back Pablo Zabaleta, who was sent off against Wigan last month and has played just five times this season read more here, wants out of Eastlands. Luckily for him, Juventus have put in an order for several balaclavas, a large 4×4 from a garage outside Authentic Prada Bags For Cheap Turin and a man known only as The Driver with a view to making what the Daily Mirror calls a “£6m raid” for Zabaleta in the January transfer window.
Don’t tell Rangers fans to don’t stop thinking about tomorrow, don’t stop, it’ll soon be here, it’ll be, better than before. Because, according to today’s tabloids, Kris Boyd will leave Ibrox this summer for, naturally, Birmingham while the Sun says Gordon Strachan “is ready to take advantage of Rangers’ cash crisis with a cheeky bid for Kenny Miller”. David Dickinson masks at the ready then.
Milan Mandaric has told Edgar Davids to break the silence about his move to Leicester City. “At the moment, I’m not sure where we are with it,” Mandaric admitted. “I don’t know, nor Authentic Prada Handbag Uk have I been given any indication one way or the other. I’d say it’s 50-50 at the moment.”
Bolton and Celtic are hoping that FC Utrecht’s young Dutch striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel opens up because everything is waiting for him at the Reebok or Parkhead. According to the Sun, both clubs are prepared to offer £2.5m for the 20-year-old, who hit a hat-trick for Holland Under-21s earlier this month.
Milan’s poor start to the Serie A season has got them rocking and a-reeling. According to Corriere dello Sport, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Dida will leave San Siro in January, with – and you’ll like this Spurs fans Authentic Prada Wallet For Sale Philippines – Roman Pavlyuchenko or Adriano joining when the transfer window creaks open. If it’s the latter, he’ll probably have just enough time to settle in before running off to the Rio carnival.
When times go bad, when times go rough, Germany’s biggest-selling paper Bild is always on hand to tell Bayern Munich managers they’re in trouble. Bicester Village Prada Opening And with Bayern six points off the top of Agatha Agatha Ruiz Dela Prada Online Store Ruiz Dela Prada E Shop the Bundesliga, and Louis van Gaal seen as “arrogant and dominant”, Bild reckons the Dutchman “might not last as long as Klinsi”. Certainly the club’s sporting director, Christian Nerlinger, is talking tough, warning: “We need some results here!”
Portsmouth fans might feel they’ve been tossed around enough in recent months, but the news Authentic Prada Handbags Outlet Online isn’t getting any better. According to the Daily Mail, they’ve been hit with a transfer ban because of their outstanding debts to other English clubs.
That leads us nicely on to the news that ivory-tinkling Renaissance Man Tony Adams wants a return to management with Aldershot. Unfortunately for the failed former Wycombe and Portsmouth boss, he has 49 other applicants to deal with so he’ll probably have to pick up the pieces and go home.