Real Madrid have announced an agreement to sign highly-rated teenage defender Jesus Vallejo from Real Zaragoza. Jesus will sign a long-term contract with Madrid but will remain on loan with Segunda Division Zaragoza for the 2015/16 season.
Barcelona will look to delay the sale of Pedro to Manchester United until after their involvement in next month’s UEFA Super Cup, according to Marca. It looks increasingly likely that the Spain forward will move to United, especially as the Premier League side are about to cash in on Argentina
LONDON EVENING STANDARD West Ham striker Enner Valencia is set to undergo a scan on Friday after sustaining what manager Slaven Bilic fears is a “serious” knee injury in the Europa League draw against Astra Giurgiu.
Executive Governor of Katsina State, Alhaji Aminu Bello Masari, has assured that the National U-17 Team, Golden Eaglets would be accorded royal treatment during their close-camping ahead of 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Chile. This was disclosed by Alhaji Balele Dan-Arewa Kurfi following a meeting with the governor at
Oliseh had said at various fora that he did not want to coach the national team despite his qualifications but changed his mind. The post Eagles job: Why I changed my mind – Oliseh appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
The club management is bringing back the coach that started their top-notch division struggles 2013/2014 season. The post Ex-Heartland boss, Nduka, rejoins Taraba FC as head coach appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
The 24-year-old Spaniard wants to join Real Madrid but United have said they will not discuss a deal. The post De Gea: Transfer talk ‘unfavourable’ says Van Gaal appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
Samson Siasia: coach of Dream Team VI Nigeria U-23 team’s Head Coach, Samson Siasia has expressed confidence his boys will come out of the cauldron of Pointe Noire in flying colours after Sunday’s potentially–explosive 2015 African U-23 Championship final qualifying match.
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) President, Amaju Pinnick, has urged the Super Falcons and the national under-23 men’s team to give the country a good representation as both teams leave for crucial games in the race to the 2016 Olympic Games. Pinnick, who met the Falcons at the Murtala Muhammed
NFF President Amaju Pinnick has charged the Super Falcons and the U-23 Eagles of Nigeria to do the nation proud as both teams negotiate tough bends in the race to next year’s Olympics. Pinnick was at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos early on Thursday to receive the Falcons