Spanish league planning rules to control spending | Reuters
Spain's soccer league (LFP) plans to implement rules designed to control spending by clubs, its president was quoted as saying on Tuesday, as a study warned Spanish football was slipping into an "economic coma".
Bojan on the brink of Roma move | Eurosport
Roma are optimistic that they will complete the signing of Spain striker Bojan Krkic from Barcelona in the next few days. An agreement has been reached between Roma, Barcelona and the 20-year-old, according to Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini.
Barca chief 'concerned' over finances | ESPN
"I am concerned about the club's economic sustainability. We have to balance the books. In two or three years we hope to be a solvent club,'' he told TV3. "When we came in, we found the debt was much bigger than they had told us. We negotiated a syndicate credit with the bank. We were very worried because we had no money to spend."
Messi’s marathon | FCBarcelona
The Argentine striker has played 62 games this season for Barcelona and his country, and still has the Copa America ahead of him, meaning he is most probably going to play even more than his personal record of 64 games in a season.
Sporting Gijon's Jose Angel not giving up on 'dream move' to Barcelona | Goal
Jose Angel is still hopeful of sealing his transfer from La Liga minnows Sporting Gijon to Champions League winners Barcelona in the summer. The left-back appeared close to sealing a deal with the Catalans a month ago, but talks were put on hold as Barcelona refused to meet Gijon's hefty asking price for the 21-year-old.
FC Barcelona to train youth | Fairfield Champion
THE Football Federation Australia elite level coaching academy at Bonnyrigg has joined forces with the junior club of Spanish and global soccer champions FC Barcelona to teach soccer to talented youngsters. The FFA is based at Nineveh Stadium at Bonnyrigg.
Jeffren not keen on Udinese move, but resigned to leaving Barcelona | Goal
"It's clear that I do not like the idea of leaving Barcelona for Udinese," the young attacker was quoted as saying by RAC1. "I have spent the past seven years at Barcelona and it was my dream to succeed here. I don't think I will make it here, though, and it looks like I have to start looking elsewhere."
Bayern Munich to pounce on Barcelona's Gabriel Milito if Jerome Boateng move fails - report | Goal
Bayern Munich are considering a €6 million move for Barcelona defender Gabriel Milito as an alternative to Jerome Boateng of Manchester City. The 30-year-old Argentine defender has struggled for fitness and form and is far down Pep Guardiola's pecking order in defence.
Adebayor in Zenit's sights | ESPN
Adebayor spent the second half of last season on loan to Real Madrid, where he scored five goals in 14 appearances, but the striker has been told that a permanent deal will not eventuate at the Bernabeu. City are understood to be keen to sell a number of unwanted players this summer, including Adebayor who takes home £130,000 per week.
Reyes to stay at Atletico | Eurosport
Galatasaray last week launched an offer for Atletico trio Reyes, Diego Forlan and Tomas Ujfalusi, and on Monday completed the signing of Czech defender Ujfalusi But winger Reyes will not be following in his former team-mate's footsteps.
Espanyol sign Moreno | Eurosport
Espanyol have signed Mexico defender Hector Moreno from AZ Alkmaar on a five-year contract, the Spanish club said in a statement. The 23-year-old, who is on duty with Mexico in the Concacaf Gold Cup in the United States, had been with the Dutch side since 2008.
Mallorca snap up Hemed | LFP
Mallorca and Tomer Hemed have agreed terms for the player to sign, pending the medical which is set for Thursday, according to the official web-page of the "Bermellones". Hemed, a twenty-four-year-old Israeli international striker, has been signed from Maccabi Haifa, the team for which he struck 13 goals last season.
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