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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Financial police in Naples, Italy on Tuesday executed search warrants for some 41 clubs in Serie A and lower divisions of Italian soccer, according to a report that first appeared in the Associated Press. The warrants issued were believed to be for the alleged conspiracy to avoid paying "huge amounts ... Read the whole story
Carlos Tevez is currently in Turin completing a medical that once he passes and agrees to personal terms will make him a Juventus player. Manchester City, his former club, and the current Serie A champion have agreed a $12 million fee that the Guardian claims could be worth up to ... Read the whole story
Police in Belo Horizonte, home of Brazilian giant Atletico Mineiro, warned FIFA officials on Wednesday that a massive demonstration totaling over 100,000 protestors had been planned ahead of today's Confederations Cup semifinal between Brazil and Uruguay. Local police have called for the match to be postponed as they fear they ... Read the whole story
UEFA on Tuesday banned Turkish giants Fenerbahce and Besiktas from European competition next season due to a domestic game-fixing scandal, while handing Romania's Steaua Bucharest a deferred ban that will last five years. Read the whole story
In an interview with Spanish paper AS, Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata has reacted with confusion to reports that he will leave Stamford Bridge for Barcelona this summer. The 25-year-old says he still enjoys playing for Chelsea and was told that he is an integral part of the team's plans for ... Read the whole story
Spanish paper El Pais is reporting that Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo could be on his way back to Manchester United as the 28-year-old heads to Manchester to meet officials from his former club. Read the whole story
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has told Napoli that he will only pay $61 million for Napoli striker Edinson Cavani despite the Uruguayan striker's $82 million release clause. With Manchester City seemingly no longer interested, and Real Madrid looking to secure Tottenham's Gareth Bale, the ball might just landed in the ... Read the whole story
The Daily Star is reporting that newly installed Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti sees Liverpool striker Luis Suarez as a cheaper option than Napoli's Edinson Cavani, who has an $82 million transfer fee on his head. Ancelotti is confident Real can sign the controversial Suarez from Liverpool for less than ... Read the whole story


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