Atletico Madrid and Chelsea on Thursday announced they have reached the “basis of an agreement” for Atletico to buy back Brazilian born Spanish international striker Diego Costa.
As the 25th Premier League season begins, it is a happy coincidence that it was Arsenal – home to the League’s first and largest official LGBT supporters group – who hosted the opening match.
German Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund, known as BVB, signed an exclusive partnership with the Chinese Super League (CSL) side Shandong Luneng for the next five years, said BVB’s official Carsten Cramer here on Wednesday.
Fernando Torres has agreed a one-year extension to his contract and will remain at Atletico Madrid until the end of June 2018, the club announced on Thursday.
The Scottish team Ayr United launched its new away strip with a topless model covered in yellow and white body paint.
Slavia Prague and Werder Bremen agreed on the transfer of goalkeeper Jiri Pavlenka, both clubs confirmed on Tuesday.
Real Sociedad on Monday confirmed the signing of Real Madrid defender Diego Llorente on a five-year deal.
Wolfsburg and goalkeeper Koen Casteels have agreed on a contract extension, the “Wolves” confirmed in an official statement on Thursday.
Like a lot of kids the great Martinican/Algerian revolutionary Frantz Fanon loved playing soccer as a youngster. Returning to Martinique in 1945 after fighting in Europe and North Africa in World War II.
Inter Milan have offered 14 million euros to sign Brazilian teenager Thiago Maia, according to a media report.
Football always divides opinion. As the latest English season draws to a close and the Football League playoffs take centre stage, there will be some that grumble about the format.
In the next season Huddersfield Town will clash with Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and the big two Manchester clubs as the newest arrivals in the English Premier League.