March 21, 2007

Theoretically, Arsenal could snap up two Chelsea stars this summer on the cheap. Chelsea superstars Frank Lampard and John Terry could be off this summer, especially as popular boss Jose Mourinho looks set to leave the club. Mourinho will probably move to Real Madrid, with Lampard and Terry possibly following him there. --

Manchester United ace Cristiano Ronaldo has snubbed the overtures of Real Madrid by claiming he is not a Galactico. The midfielder, recently dubbed the best player in the world by his manager Alex Ferguson, has also revealed he wants to sign a new deal with the Red Devils. --

Juventus is set to look to Holland in their bid to strengthen their squad for next season. The Bianconeri had a full scouting team at last weekend's Eredivisie clash between the Amsterdam giants and PSV Eindhoven. The two primary targets are believed to be 23-year-old defender Johnny Heitinga and highly-rated striker Klaas Jan Huntelaar. --

Rafael Benitez's agent has denied that Real Madrid has made any contact with him about the prospect of bringing the Liverpool manager to the Bernabeu this summer. --

Barcelona has accused Sevilla of being "outrageous" in their demands for Daniel Alves. The Brazilian is a transfer target for the Spanish champions, who have not settled on a regular right-back this season. --

Sevilla winger Daniel Alves admits he is flattered by reported interest from Real Madrid but insists he is focused on Sevilla for the moment. --

The Cuauhtemoc Blanco to the Fire situation doesn't look like it will get resolved this week either. One source believes next week would be the earliest it could get resolved. -- The Red Card

Shalrie Joseph has asked to be traded from the New England Revolution and expects the club to honor his request, according to the Grenadian midfielder's agent. Ron Waxman spoke to Soccer New England on Monday and revealed that Joseph has already made his request to the Revs and would sign for any of the other twelve clubs in MLS. -- Soccer New England

The Football Association looks set to study the actions of Didier Drogba in the melee that followed Chelsea's 2-1 win against Tottenham on Monday. Drogba may have aimed a kick at a pitch invader. --

Internazionale striker Adriano has once again hit the headlines for the wrong reasons after becoming involved in a late night bust-up with a giant basketball player. -- Malta Star

Fernando Orsi, a former Roberto Mancini assistant at Lazio and Inter, will probably be Daniele Arrigoni's successor on the red-hot Amaranto bench. --

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