Recent rumors suggesting that Barcelona are looking very close to complete the signing of Brazilian young talented striker, Neymar, who have impressed host of clubs are over the world for the past few years.
The Daily September 26 report brought some of the latest interesting stuffs from Major League Soccer and one of them being Toronto FC 's success in keeping their Concacaf Champions League campaign alive after beating CD Aguila 3-0.
Since joining Real Madrid from Benfica in 2010, Angel Di Maria has been contributing heavily to the team's success, especially last season, when he helped Madrid won the La Liga title with his seven goals and sixteen assist.
Chelsea center back, John Terry, looked to be in a positive move after his current FA hearing regarding alleged racial issues is nearing its end.
Terry who decided to retire from England national team because of feeling harmed by FA's decision, could finally set his total focus back with the Blues since his hearing will end on Thursday.
Having already spent quite a lot in the summer transfer market, Chelsea reportedly could still make an important spending in the winter market this January.
The media believed that Roman Abramovic is very keen on getting Atletico Madrid striker, Radamel Falcao, who could be brought in to eventually replace the departure of Didier Drogba.
Juventus 100% winning run in the league this season ended in Florence as the Bianconeri only managed to grab a point from their visit to Artemio Franchi stadium on Tuesday.
Despite failing to get all three points, Juve's caretaker, Massimo Carrera, revealed his satisfaction in coming away with a point against Fiorentina as Vincenzo Montella's men were playing better football on the day.
Leeds United put on a special performance on Tuesday to dump Everton out of the League Cup with a 2-1 victory.
Leeds' manager, Neil Warnock, cherished his side's success and even considered Tuesday's victory as one his best cup win with the Whites, mainly because Everton did put out a strong side on that day.
Wigan Athletic manager, Roberto Martinez, was delighted with his team's 4-1 victory over West Ham in the third round of League Cup on Tuesday.
Speaking to the press after the match, Martinez stated that the game on Tuesday was a test of character for his players, especially after going a goal down first.