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Matthew Glazier looks at the big Serie A players who are the subject of transfer speculation.
Edinson Cavani has had a pretty good time of things since joining Napoli in 2010, with the Uruguayan scoring 72 goals in 100 games for the Naples club, although will the 26-year-old be snapped up by a European heavyweight club during the summer?
The bookmakers have set up a betting market regarding Cavani’s future and Manchester City are the 3/1 favourites with one firm to snap up a player who would provide some much-needed firepower at …

20 years have passed by and it’s high time now for the ‘God’ to retire. He has achieved so much in this world that it will be very difficult to count on fingers. Yes, we are talking about ‘God of free kicks’ David Beckham.
Beckham started his youth career with Tottenham Hotspur, later joining Brimsdown Rovers and finally Manchester United. It was in May 1992 that he signed his first professional contract with Manchester United and that day proved to be lucky for him. But it was still time for him …

As he begins to enter the autumn of his career, Ashley Cole may be forgiven for weighing up his options. Does he stay at Chelsea, where his contract is due to run out soon, or could he move elsewhere? Despite the fact the England left-back’s on the wrong side of 30, he’s still one of the best players in his position in world football, and there are a number of suitors for his signature, one of them being big-spending Paris Saint-Germain. PSG, managed by former Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti, have …

With an honours list as long as his pony tail, and an ego almost as large as his nose, Zlatan Ibrahimovic splits opinions all over the football world. Probably the least Swedish looking Swede I have ever laid eyes upon (his father is of Bosnian descent and his mother is Croatian), he is the ultimate 50:50 football player and here I’ll be going through a few pros and cons of Paris Saint-Germain’s new arrival.
The swagger of a champion and the trophies to back it up. The arrogant striker won 8 consecutive league …

Paris Saint Germian were the powerhouse of French football. They were made up of the world’s finest including Ronaldinho, Makelele, Pauleta and Nikolas Anelka. However, as of late they have slipped down the rankings of French football and have been surpassed by the likes of Lille, Lyon and Marseille. After the 2006/07 season there was a desperate cry for an improvement as they finished 15th in Ligue 1. Much to the disappointment of the fans as they were seen as a laughing stock of the big French clubs. The following …

Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva have completed their transfers from AC Milan to PSG, where they will aim to win Ligue1 and challenge for the Champions League next season.
The deal, reported to be in the region of £51 million, includes an incredible pay packet for Ibrahimovic where he will earn 14 million Euros a year. Thiago Silva accepted a contract worth 7.5 million Euros a year, becoming the second most expensive defender in the world behind Manchester United’s Rio Ferdinand.
Napoli’s Ezequiel Lavezzi and Pescera’s Marco Verratti have also completed their …

Paris Saint Germain, or normally abbreviated to PSG, were formed in 1970. In their ‘short’ existence, they have achieved a lot. 2 Ligue 1 titles in 1986 & 1994, 8 Coupe de France victories, 3 Coupe de la Ligue wins and a UEFA Cup Winners Cup Win in 1996. The club has also had the likes of Claude Makelele, George Weah, Pauleta, Carlos Bianchi, Safet Susic, Ronaldinho and Nicolas Anelka play for the club. However, over the past decade, the club has struggled, despite its numerous cup victories and being …