|Downing has completed his move to Liverpool|
After Aston Villa winger Stewart Downing completed his move to Liverpool, talks are now happening between the two clubs as Villa see Joe Cole as a worthy replacement. Cole signed for Liverpool last summer from Chelsea but has never really recovered from his injury, however Dalglish is keen on British players.
Aston Villa also want to use some of the money they recieved from thde sale of Downing on Scott Parker from West Ham. The midfielder would reportadly cost £7 million. However there is reportedly also interest from numerous other clubs such as Chelsea, Tottenham and more.
Winger Alexis Sanchez is reportedly finally going to end any specualtion on mving to Manchester this week as he will complete his move to Barcalona, his prefered destination. The Sanchez deal has been a long one as he was first expected to sign for City, then Chelsea and now Barca, however Utd. are also interested.
Inter Milan have contacted Man City to tell them that if they want to prise Samuel Eto'o away then they will have to put in a "huge" offer. Eto'o has already stated that he is interested in a move to England with Arsenal also interested. City are in search of a new striker as Carlos Tevez is on his way out.
QPR hero Adel Taabart's agent has come out and stated that the playmaker is sure fire to leave loftus road this summer as he is in search of a bigger club and big spending Liverool are interested.
You may be windering why Hammers striker Carlton Cole is taking so long to complete his signing for Stoke. The reason is that Stoke chairman questioned his injury record in a recent TV interview which angered Cole leaving him open to a move to QPR or he may just stay at West Ham where they appreciate him.
Despite Tottenhams position on selling key players, both Milan clubs are going to test their patience by battling it out to sign Tottenham ace Gareth Bale. Tottenham are already holding firm over Modric and Bale has been advised to stay at Spurs.
Man City will sell Carlos Tevez to Corrinthias if they can pay £45 million- £10 million more than they originally offered, this is so that Man City can purchase Thomas Muller from Bayern Munich for exactly the same price.
It looks as if Newcastle have given up on keeping full back Jose Enrique as they want to sell him to either Liverpool or Arsenal as soon as possible so that they can find a replacement as soon as possible. Newcastle have already sold key player Nolan as well as Carrol back in January.
Wigan have set an asking price of £9 million for Charles N'Zogbia, however Villa have confirmed they have put in a £10 million offer, just to be on the safe side. Villa have already lost two key wingers and see the Wigan man as a good replacement.
Arsenal manager Arsne Wenger belives that because of Arsenals terrible end to last season, they are destined to win the title this season, clutching at straws a bit.
The Premier league have changed their "weakened team" rule and teams can now play anyone within their 25 man squad without the risk of being fined. Last season Blackpool were fined £25'000 despite using players within the 25 man squad rule which is in place to try and get teams to use younger players and give people a chance.
Manchester United boss Sir Lex Ferguson is angry at claims that De Gea is too young to be the next number 1. Utd. have signed the young keeper as a replacement for retiring keeper Van Der Sar.
Tottenham centre back Michael Dawson has said that although he does not want to lose playmaker Luka Modric to Chelsea, the Totteham squad is not upset about Modric letting the world know about his desire.
Want away Man City striker Emmanuel Adebayor signalled his intentions that he wants to sign permantly with Real Madrid after he sucked up to Jose Mourinho by saying that he is a better manager than Wenger or Roberto Mancini.
New Manchester City signing Gael Clichy is shocked by how hard his new team mates go in to tackles, maybe because he is not used to it during his time at Arsenal where Wenger complains about any tackle against his side.