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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2006
As expected, AC Milan President Adriano Galliani confirmed the club's interest in Real Madrid striker Ronaldo almost immediately following the 2-1 victory that saw the Rossoneri through through to the Champions League group stages last night. "Ronaldo is available and now it's a matter between Milan and Real Madrid," Galliani ... Read the whole story
Appeal-happy Juventus is beginning to anger FIFA with its latest antics, Reuters reports, by threatening to appeal to a regional Lazio civil court, which is out of FIFA's jurisdiction. FIFA has responded to the move by applying pressure on the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) to sort the matter out through ... Read the whole story
They've told him he can't go, but according to reports in England, Owen Hargreaves doesn't care. Later today, the England central midfielder is expected to announce his intention to leave Bayern Munich in a press conference called at his request. Not only is Hargreaves expected to demand a move away ... Read the whole story
After Arsenal's $9 million bid for Chelsea's William Gallas was met with a swap proposal for the club's $47 million-rated defender Ashley Cole, many wrote off the chances of either transfer going through. After all, offering a straight swap for a player rated nearly 4 times higher than Gallas is ... Read the whole story
A little last-minute bidding war could be exactly what Jose Antonio Reyes and Arsenal needed. Earlier today, Real's Madrid rival Atletico lodged in a surprising bid for the Spanish International, who has publicly declared his dissatisfaction with life in North London. After Arsenal turned down a $15 million bid from ... Read the whole story


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