Rooney tops English rich list

Rooney tops English rich list

His Manchester United team may be floundering in ninth in the Premier League table, but star striker Wayne Rooney tops the rich list for English footballers.

Bassong signs new Norwich deal

Bassong signs new Norwich deal

Norwich captain Sebastien Bassong has signed a new two-and-a-half-year contract to keep him at Carrow Road until 2016.

Kouyate will make clubs wait until summer

Kouyate will make clubs wait until summer

Newcastle and Southampton will have to wait until the summer to reprise their interest in Cheikhou Kouyate as the Senegalese defender wants to stay at Anderlecht for the remainder of the season.

Mourinho hopes for Drogba reunion

Mourinho hopes for Drogba reunion

Jose Mourinho would relish a reunion with Chelsea legend "King" Didier Drogba in the next round of the Champions League.

Drogba and Eboue escape Mandela sanction

Drogba and Eboue escape Mandela sanction

Didier Drogba and Emmanuel Eboue have escaped punishment from the Turkish FA after a groundswell of popular support for the Galatasaray stars who unveiled tribute messages to Nelson Mandela on their vests after a game on Friday.

Hull interested in Jordan Ayew

Hull interested in Jordan Ayew

Hull are interested in a £3.5million January deal for Marseille striker Jordan Ayew.

Eto'o heading to MLS next season

Eto'o heading to MLS next season

Samuel Eto'o's stint in the Premier League is set to be limited to a solitary season, with the veteran Cameroon forward expected to move to Major League Soccer once his contract at Chelsea expires next summer.

Blatter may head for fifth term

Blatter may head for fifth term

Sepp Blatter could be re-elected unopposed for a fifth term as FIFA president at the age of 79 now that his expected rival Michel Platini looks increasingly unlikely to stand against him.

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