Home » Tag Archives: Serie A (page 10)

Tag Archives: Serie A

The Biggest Transfer Flops in History (Part One)

The summer transfer window is now open, and, for the next few months, fans of clubs across Europe will gorge themselves on the latest rumours, hoping that a shiny new star will be pulling on their team’s jersey next season. However, transfers are a hit and miss affair. Sometimes they do not just work out – the club, the environment, ...

Read More »

Spurs in advanced talks with former Roma boss

tottenham hotspur

Spurs are in advanced talks with former Roma boss Paulo Fonseca, as they step up their search for a new manager. They have been linked with a host of names since Jose Mourinho was sacked in April, and, at one stage last week, many thought they were set to announced Antonio Conte as their new man. However, talks broke down ...

Read More »

Roma closing in on Xhaka deal

arsenal fc

Roma are closing on a deal to sign Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka from Arsenal. It comes after the Italia club increased their initial offer for the player from €15 million  (£13 million) to €18 million (£15.5 million) including bonuses. He is expected to put pen to paper on a four year deal. By a happy coincidence, Xhaka is already in ...

Read More »

Former boss wants Loftus Cheek

chelsea fc

Maurizio Sarri is set to be named the new Lazio boss. He will be tasked with building a side capable of fighting for the title once more and also to compete with City rivals Roam, who now have Jose Mourinho in charge of them. And he could be about to raid his former club Chelsea for Ruben Loftus-Cheek. The England ...

Read More »

AC Milan plan triple Chelsea transfer swoop

chelsea fc

AC Milan are planning a triple transfer swoop ion Chelsea. They have already made clear their intentions to convert the loan signing of defender Fikayo Tomori into a permanent deal.. But now they want to add the out-of-favour due of Olivier Giroud and Hakim Ziyech to their squad as well. That is despite Giroud agreeing a one year contract extension ...

Read More »

Spurs to appoint transfer guru

tottenham hotspur

Tottenham are set to announce the appointment of former Juventus transfer chief Fabio Paratici later this week, even though they still do not have a permanent manager in place for next season. At one stage it looked like he might be joining the club along with Antonio Conte, but talks with thee former Chelsea boss broke down because he did ...

Read More »

European Football’s Managerial Merry Go-Round (Part One)

This year has seen an unprecedented churn of managers at some of Europe’s top clubs. Some changes have already been made, whilst others could be in the offing. Here are some of the clubs affected. Inter Milan Italy When Antonio Conte led the Italian side to their first league title in a decade, the future seemed bright for Inter and ...

Read More »

Tottenham in Conte talks

tottenham hotspur

Tottenham are in talks with former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte to be their next manager. The Italian left his job with Inter Milan two weeks ago, despite leading them to their first Serie A title in a decade, over the demands of the Chinese owners for cost savings and the sale of key players. There are suggestions that Conte could ...

Read More »

Ronaldo could return to United

man united fc

Manchester United believe that re-signing Cristiano Ronaldo is a distinct possibility this summer. The 36-year old’s future is uncertain at Juventus, despite him finishing at top scorer in Serie A, with 29 goals from 33 games. He is out of contract in a  year’s time and there have been suggestions that Juventus are keen to get his enormous wages off ...

Read More »

Chelsea want Lukaku return

chelsea fc

Chelsea want Romelu Lukaku as their main summer signing. The newly crowned Champions League champions want to boost their striking options ahead of next season when they want to make a sustained title challenge. And they have identified former striker Lukaku as the ideal man to lead their front line. Lukaku has just come off the back of a fine ...

Read More »