Jose Mourinho's plan in ending Chelsea's transfer move earlier didn't quit go according to plan as the Blues have just confirmed the signing of former QPR forward Loic Remy.
The deal was an unlikely solution at first noting that there doesn't seem to be any serious approach from Chelsea after Remy, but after Fernando Torres made his two year loan move to Milan, the Blues immediately made their move.
Mario Balotelli made his debut for Liverpool on Sunday, helping the side into a 3-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur, though he might not make a lot of say for the goals, but The Reds' boss, Brendan Rodgers was pretty satisfied with what he saw.
After a disastrous World Cup 2014 campaign, Spain national side are set to restart their glory days in the upcoming weeks, but they will be without two experienced midfielder, Xavi Hernandez and Xabi Alonso who have retired from international football.
One of the late transfer news that has been taking media attention is set to occur as Fernando Torres is heading for AC Milan switch after Chelsea agreed a to release the Spaniard in a two year loan deal.
Bayern Munich have just completed the signing of former Spanish international, Xabi Alonso, but despite still yet to make his debut for the Bavarians, head coach, Pep Guardiola is already full of praises for his new man.
Football betting is one of the commonest types of sports betting in the UK and around the world. No wonder that with so many punters tempting their luck this way every day, there’s bound to be an interesting story or two of people who got extremely lucky in the most unbelievable circumstance possible.
With the new Premier League season upon us, football fans and punters the length and breadth of the country are making their predictions for the upcoming campaign. The top flight in England looks likely to be a hugely competitive one at both ends of the table so we thought we would jump on the bandwagon and look into our crystal ball to make five predictions for the season to come.
With only a couple of days left until the Premier League kicks off, it will not only be the quest for top flight superiority that will hog the limelight over the coming nine months, but the tumultuous journey to avoid relegation will be at the forefront of several fans’ minds and we are all set for some nail-biting action in the lower echelons of the table throughout a mouth-watering season.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle maintained their seat at the top of Scottish Premier League standings after grabbing all three points from their latest home game against Kilmarnock.
Performing admirably in this early part of season, Inverness were in confident mood when they host Killie this past weekend.
Celtic failed again to pick up all three point from their latest Scottish Premier League fixture after being held into a draw by Dundee FC.
Losing their last league fixture, Celtic were eyeing for redemption this weekend, especially after they also crashed out from Champions League playoffs.
Barcelona successfully grabbed their second win in La Liga as they overcome the challenge from home side, Villarreal.
Playing away from home, El Barca still keen on taking control of that tie, but they were facing a tireless battle from the Yellow Submarine.
Real Madrid suffered a shocking blow in their second La Liga fixtures as Carlo Ancelotti's men were beaten by home team Real Sociedad.
Playing without their star forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, Madrid still looking confident early on as they dominate proceedings and got in front after five minutes through Sergio Ramos.
AC Milan started their new season under Filippo Inzaghi reign in the best possible way after grabbing all three points over strong Lazio side.
Rossoneri tried to play a fast direct football and that tactic worked out well when they got themselves in front through Keisuke Honda's finish on seven minutes.
Arsenal found themselves in another difficulties to get all three points after being held into a draw by Leicester City this past weekend.
Playing straight after their hard fought Champions League battle, Gunners were looking rather tired but still determined in getting all three points despite playing away from home.
Liverpool bounced back from their second match day defeat in the Premier League as they overcome Tottenham Hotspur last weekend.
Playing away from home didn't stop The Reds from playing an attacking shape as they started their new signing, Mario Balotelli to give more spark up front.
AS Roma starting their Serie A title challenge in a bright fashion as Rudi Garcia's men defeated Fiorentina at Olimpico, this weekend.
Starting their new season against a tough team doesn't seem to scare off Roma as they put on an attacking setup since kick off.
Italian Serie A defending champion, Juventus starting their new season in a positive manner by grabbing all three points on their away fixture against Chievo.
Playing away from home didn't give much trouble for Juve as they immediately put on an aggressive approach on their opponent.