FOOTBALL 411 HEADIES THIS DAY by Rachael Ugiagbe Iseoluwa
Good day folks. This is some of the juicy football headlines trending on this day.
• INJURED: Borussia Dortmund midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been ruled out for four weeks with an ankle injury.
• DELIGHTED: Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has expressed his
satisfaction at the progress his team have made so far in the
close-season. • GREAT BUY:
Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas would be a great signing for
Manchester United, goalkeeper David de Gea has claimed.
IMPROVED OFFER: English side Swansea will slap in an improved offer to
Espanyol for their Ghanaian midfielder Wakaso Mubarak in the coming
• CALM: Barcelona star Lionel Messi says he is "very calm" despite facing allegations of tax evasion from Spanish authorities.
• DOUBT: West Ham striker Andy Carroll could miss the start of the new
season with a heel injury, manager Sam Allardyce has confirmed.
• DEPARTURE: Former Manchester United defender Gordon McQueen feels
Wayne Rooney will leave the club amid reports of a rejected bid from
• IMMINENT: Sevilla president Jose Maria del Nido has
revealed that Alvaro Negredo's proposed move to Manchester City will be
• EXPECTED: Fulham are expected to table a
£1.5million bid to end Peter Odemwingie’s West Brom nightmare. The
32-year-old has been frozen out at The Hawthorns since the debacle of
his collapsed move to QPR in January.
• OMMITED: Super Eagles
head coach, Stephen Keshi says Vincent Enyeama omission from the list of
20 players he has invited for next month's international friendly game
against the Bafana Bafana of South Africa was done to give other
goalkeepers in the team to opportunity to gain big-match experience.
• OVERHAUL: Malawi coach Tom Saintfiet is looking for ‘ambitious
players’ to help the Flames qualify for next year’s World Cup in
• NO RETIREMENT: Malky Mackay feels Craig Bellamy's
"hunger" to represent Cardiff City in the Premier League will prolong
his club career for several years.
• SUPPORTS: PFA chairman
Clarke Carlisle has offered the union's support to Wayne Rooney
throughout his ongoing dispute with Manchester United.
• NOT LEAVING: Michael Owen believes it would be a shock if former team-mate Wayne Rooney was to leave Manchester United.
• HINTS: FIFA president Sepp Blatter has admitted the 2020 World Cup in
Qatar could be moved to winter due to the potentially dangerous summer
• APPALLED: Chelsea fans would be disgusted if Juan Mata
is allowed to leave Stamford Bridge, unless manager Jose Mourinho wants
it to happen.
• GO GET HIM: Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has urged the club to do whatever it takes to lure Luis Suarez to the Emirates.
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