Raahil Chopra
Jul 16, 2010

Weekend fun: Loads of gossip!

To the disappointment of most football fans worldwide, the 2010 Fifa World is history now and there will be no football of high quality to watch over the next month with all the European leagues starting only in mid-August.

Weekend fun: Loads of gossip!

To the disappointment of most football fans worldwide, the 2010 Fifa World is history now and there will be no football of high quality to watch over the next month with all the European leagues starting only in mid-August.

 
But what comes during this time of now football is, lots of transfer gossip with a whole host of names being linked with a move to or away from your favourite club. We at Campaign India have decided to help you track your club and bring to you a piece of your weekly transfer gossip every Friday.
 
Chelsea and Carlo Ancelloti are hopeful of a deal with former Chelsea boss, Jose Mourinho to bring in Brazilian playmaker Kaka from Real Madrid. 
 
Liverpool's new boss, Roy Hodgson wants to bring in defender Brede Hangeland and midfielders Gilberto Silva and Rafael van der Vaart to add to this strengths. Read more on these two stories and more on FourFourTwo
 
World Cup runner up Klaas-Jan Huntelaar could be on his way to the Premier League with Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa his rumoured targets. He could be joined by Brazilian striker, Luis Fabiano who's also linked with Tottenham Hotspur. Read more of this here
 
Jose Mourinho is looking to strengthen his list of defenders and Nemanja Vidic could be on his way to Madrid to end solve Mourinho and Real Madrid' defensive problems. Read more on Tribalfootball.

 

Source:
Campaign India

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