Latest Soccer News Today – The Transfer Window

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Soccer news UK is your source of the latest news on the English premier league soccer. You will be informed about the ongoing matches including what players are injured and how long they will be out of action. The information given about the players, teams and other relevant facts that affect the progress of the game are included in the daily reports. These include statistics and all other information that could affect the outcome of the matches.

An Overview

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There is a lot of focus on Premier League news in the United Kingdom. It has been estimated that nearly two hundred million people follow the games and it is the second most popular television sport after the Football Premier League (Finals) in the United Kingdom. As well as being a major sport, it is also regarded as the most international of sports in the world, with matches taking place in every continent including Australia, Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. This makes it the most popular European-based sport following football and rugby. Soccer news UK takes the latest developments in the game very seriously and looks at all of the factors affecting the progress of the game from a global perspective.

There has been much speculation regarding the future of FC Barcelona forward, Ronaldinho. Recently, it was reported that the Blaugrana have approached AC Milan for a deal that could be worth more than 20million pounds. While it is understood that the proposal is merely a proposal, the potential for a big pay cheque is certainly exciting for any club in the business and the potential transfer of Ronaldinho to Milan could be even more so.

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Another exciting star that has made an impact on the football daily news scene in the United Kingdom isiddles boss Chris Coleman. Having won the national crown three times, Coleman has managed to turn a team that was bottom of the table a few seasons ago, into title contenders. His influence on the players, both on the training ground and in the dugout have been considerable, especially with regard to the England midfielder, Michael Owen. Consequently, the Boros boss has also been given credit for luring Kevin Mirallas back to the club from Manchester united, where he enjoyed huge success prior to his move to Stuttgart last summer.

The transfer window is still open and has plenty of time before it shuts, meaning that there is plenty for clubs all over the UK to pique the interest of stars like Kevin Mirallas and Burnley skipper Matt Philips. It seems that Ashley Cole’s future is hanging in the balance as well, with AC Milan reportedly offering him a contract, which is yet to be confirmed. For Ashley, it appears as though the end of his illustrious career is fast approaching. Having started his career at Arsenal, the England international has impressed at left back position for the Londoners this season, but does not appear as if he can fulfill his potential in that position due to lack of skills, fitness issues and competition. This leaves an opening up front for Ashley to revive his faltering career at the Allianz-Stadium of Germany.

It would seem that the arrival of Ashley Cole in the starting eleven may put off fans of Ashley from showing up at the Stadium of Light. Despite having only started two of the past six league matches, the Irishman has impressed on both a club and international level and could prove to be an excellent signing for any team in the MLS. Should Ashley impress in the coming months and sign a long term deal with AC Milan, the MLS and the England squad, the news latest on Ashley Cole should begin to rise again in the coming weeks.

Another hot topic on the agenda of UK soccer fans and TV sports fans, is the ongoing discussions regarding a new three-year contract for Manchester United defender and England national team star, Jonny Evans. Rumors have swirled that United are looking to replace Evans at the right time of the season, possibly as early as this coming weekend’s MLS game against New York Red Bulls. Evans is yet to sign any new deal with the MLS club and is yet to announce any potential signing. The Manchester United manager, David Beckham, has yet to comment on the situation, telling the media that the issue is between the player and the club.

Bottom Line

As the English Premier League season enters its final stretch run, there will be increasing pressure on the clubs to win their respective competitions and secure top four finishes in the highest ranked leagues in the world. One major result that may influence the MLS decision, lies in the ongoing FIFA World Cup round of qualification. The fourteenth placed English side currently holds a three-game advantage over holders Brazil and Italy, with only United States and Mexico making up the lower end of the competition. Should the Toffees fail to win one of their three fixtures, a potentially disastrous slip up against either Brazil or Italy in the semifinals could see them lose their fourth English top flight title in five seasons.

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