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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Dec. 28, 2012
According to reports in Spain, Cristiano Ronaldo has refused to sign a contract extension at Real Madrid, which means that the Spanish champ could lose its much-maligned star player as soon as this summer. Ronaldo rejected the extension, worth close to $20 million per year through 2018, because he feels ... Read the whole story
Former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola has decided to coach in the English Premier League next year, according to Catalan daily Mundo Deportivo. During a discussion with his agent and his brother in New York, where Guardiola is currently on sabbatical, the 41-year-old resolved to coach in the EPL because he ... Read the whole story
Leo Messi turned down a massive $40 million a season after tax offer from an unnamed Russian club while he was negotiating the contract extension he just signed at Barcelona last week, La Marca reports. An unknown Russian club, reportedly Anzhi Makhachkala, offered to pay the Argentine's $330 million buyout ... Read the whole story
Chelsea and Manchester City target Radamel Falcao indicated he will not be sold during the January transfer window while speaking at an awards ceremony in his native Colombia on Thursday. The Atletico Madrid striker credited club owner Enrique Cerezo with getting him to stay. Read the whole story
Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson escaped FA action after his confrontation with referee Mike Dean during United's 4-3 win at home to Newcastle United, while Manchester City coach Roberto Mancini and QPR boss Harry Redknapp are both being investigated for criticizing referees following their Boxing Day games. Read the whole story


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