Transfer zone: From Arteta, Iniesta, Hart, to Rooney

Ex- Arsenal and Spain midfielder Mikel Arteta has agreed to become the club's new manager. ( Should Manchester City assistant Arteta leave Etihad Stadium to move to the Gunners, City boss Pep Guardiola's preference is to bring in 34-year-old Spain and former Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta as player-coach. (Yahoo) Manchester City goalkeeper Joe

PSG offer two-year deal to Buffon

Paris Saint-Germain have offered a contract to Gianluigi Buffon, according to ESPN FC. Buffon has announced that he will leave Juventus at the end of the season but not retire, and will play his final match for the club against Hellas Verona on Saturday evening. According to them, PSG have put a

Messi will stay at Barcelona- Aguero

S​ergio Aguero is training with the Argentina national team ahead of the World Cup in Russia, but that did not stop the striker from clearing up his future in regards to his club career or from predicting what will happen with Lionel Messi . After arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, Aguero

Arsenal target free to join the Gunners

Mikel Arteta has been cleared by Manchester City chiefs to take over at Arsenal. The Etihad coach and former Gunners midfielder is now ready for immediate negotiations with Emirates chief executive Ivan Gazidis, head of football relations Raul Sanllehi and head of recruitment Sven Mislintat. Spaniard Arteta got the go-ahead after meeting

Liverpool plan Champions League victory parade 

Plans have been put in place for a victory parade for Liverpool should they win the Champions League later this month. Because of the logistics involved, complicated by the city hosting the Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta and the Bordeaux Wine Festival the same weekend, proposals have already been drawn up

Wenger reveals his biggest transfer regret at Arsenal

Arsene Wenger has revealed failing to sign Cristiano Ronaldo is the biggest transfer regret at Arsenal . Wenger signed some of the best players the Premier League has seen during his 22-year reign, including Thierry Henry, Robert Pires and Cesc Fabregas but Arsenal lost out on signing Ronaldo to rivals Manchester