Tag: Fabio Borini

Baggies stopper looks Villa-bound

West Brom have accepted a bid from Aston Villa for defender James Chester. The 27-year-old Wales international will now hold talks with relegated Villa and could move in the next few days. Villa have lost their opening two games this season – including an embarrassing 3-1 EFL Cup defeat to Luton on Wednesday –

Del Piero: Conte can win title for Chelsea

10:40 AM GMT Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email comment Chelsea will be among the sides fighting to win the Premier League title under Antonio Conte, according to his former Juventus teammate Alessandro Del Piero. Conte inherits a side that finished 10th and 31 points behind champions Leicester last season, but comes into the job with a

Cardiff eye Birmingham’s Cotterill

Gareth Bale and David Cotterill are in the Wales squad at Euro 2016 Cardiff City are among the clubs interested in signing Wales winger David Cotterill from Birmingham. Cardiff-born Cotterill, 28, has a £1.1m release clause in his current contract. Fellow Championship sides Sheffield Wednesday and Reading are also understood to be keen on the

Wednesday’s Semedo signs new contract

Jose Semedo scored his only league goal for Sheffield Wednesday against Wycombe in October 2011 Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Jose Semedo has signed a new one-year contract to stay with the Championship club until the end of 2016-17. Semedo joined Wednesday from Charlton in July 2011, having rejected a new contract at the Valley. The 31-year-old

Morata hints at Spain stay

Alvaro Morata has distanced himself from talk linking him with Arsenal and says he wants to fight for a place in Real Madrid’s team. The 23-year-old is set to return to the Bernabeu once his time with the Spain squad at Euro 2016 comes to an end after Real activated a buyback clause in the

Jose Mourinho Jr signs for Championship side Fulham

Jose Mourinho’s teenage son, Jose junior, has revealed he has signed a scholarship deal with Sky Bet Championship club Fulham. The 16-year-old, a goalkeeper who has previously featured for both Chelsea and Real Madrid’s youth teams – clubs managed by his father, said he has put pen to paper on a two-year contract with Fulham.

Madejski statement ‘remarkable’ – Howe

Media playback is not supported on this device McDermott deserved longer – Madejski Reading chief executive Nigel Howe is disappointed chairman Sir John Madejski made public his disagreement with the sacking of former boss Brian McDermott. Madejski stated McDermott “should have been given longer” as new boss Jaap Stam was unveiled on Monday. “I thought