Tag: FC Twente

Blues linked with Pelle

Southampton striker Graziano Pelle continues to be linked with a summer move to Chelsea to team up with Italy boss Antonio Conte. Pelle, who impressed when scoring for Italy in their 2-0 Euro 2016 Group E win over Belgium on Monday, is reportedly a target for his national boss, who will leave his post in

West Ham keen on £8m Celta Vigo winger Nolito

The Sunday People say the Hammers are considering an £8m bid for the Spaniard ahead of their move to the Olympic Stadium. The 29-year-old, who’s in Spain’s Euro 2016 squad, only has one year left on his contract which could lead Celta to cash in on the attacker this summer. Nolito has been a real

‘He wouldn’t get into their development team!’ Neither Arsenal nor Newcastle fans want Moussa Sissoko

Newcastle’s relegation from the Premier League meant there could be a mass exodus as clubs looked to pinch the Magpies’ best players. Despite the news that Rafa Benitez would be staying at St James’ Park, Moussa Sissoko looks desperate to leave the club. The Frenchman clearly decided to take matters into his own hands has spoken

Owls boss pens deal

Sheffield Wednesday head coach Carlos Carvalhal has ended rumours of a move to Swansea by penning a new deal with the Owls. The Portuguese moved to Hillsborough last summer and has guided them into the top six of the Sky Bet Championship with four matches to go. He has also got the Owls playing the

Magpies keeper reveals hurt

Newcastle goalkeeper Rob Elliot has admitted that he broke down in tears after learning the full extent of his injury. Elliott has been deputising for Newcastle for most of the campaign in the absence of Tim Krul and was hopeful of travelling to Euro 2016 with the Republic of Ireland. However, the keeper suffered anterior

Villa fans blame Lerner

A Villa protest group has expressed sympathy for departed boss Remi Garde and blamed Randy Lerner for the club’s current predicament. The group behind ‘Out The Door On 74’, which encouraged Villa supporters to vote with their feet and leave the last two home matches after 74 minutes – symbolic of the club’s formation in