Valdes wants Premier League move

Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes’ contract runs out of the end of this season and the Spain international is looking for a move elsewhere. According to the Daily Mirror newspaper, Manchester City and Liverpool have been put on red alert after Valdes revealed he hopes for a transfer to a Premier League side. 

Valdes is regarded as one of Barcelona’s greatest ever keepers, having won 19 trophies, including three Champions League titles and five La Liga titles.

For this rumor and the rest of Tuesday’s transfer gossip, click here.


Manchester United face double blow


It never rains but it pours for David Moyes at Manchester United! Last year’s Premier League champions find themselves seventh in the table and a huge 11 points off the summit.

United’s hopes of boosting their roster during the mid-season window have been severely dented with the news Ivan Rakitic has reportedly snubbed interest from the club. If that wasn’t enough, they are facing a fresh fight to keep star forward Wayne Rooney. The England international is considering whether the Red Devils are still the right for him with 18 months remaining on his contract.

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Mourinho, Chelsea renew interest in United’s Rooney

With Manchester United’s league position floundering, the vultures are circling over Old Trafford. Wayne Rooney - who only has 18-months left on his Red Devils contract - reportedly voiced his displeasure in the summer over his position at the club.

In today’s newspapers Chelsea are back in for United’s number 10. Jose Mourinho’s strikeforce is yet to click and Rooney would secure the goals he desperately craves.

For this rumor and the rest of Thursday’s transfer gossip, click here.


Has Orlando City SC made the final step to joining MLS?


After a long 12 year wait, Major League Soccer may finally be returning to Florida.

According to The Orlando Sentinel, Central Florida’s two top mayors have agreed to a deal that could put a new soccer-specific stadium downtown and bring an MLS franchise to Orlando.

Orlando City SC needed a crucial $20 million — which has been committed to in this deal — to be able to build the stadium. As long as everything is finalized without issues, it seems almost certain that OCSC will be one of the four expansion teams MLS plans to have by the 2020 season.


Orlando has often been discussed as the place for MLS to make its return to Florida since the now-defunct Miami Fusion and Tampa Bay Mutiny bowed out after the 2001 season. This deal could make that dream a reality.

Of course, nothing is set in stone, and the agonizing wait continues a bit longer while for OCSC and their fans. The finish line, however, is certainly in sight.