- Leo Messi unhappy that Barcelona haven’t lobbied for him to win Ballon D’Or [MARCA]
- Liverpool planning January move for West Brom’s Saido Berahino [Mail]
- Barcelona boss Luis Enrique: ‘There is no ‘Messi Case’, Leo is happy here’ [Video]
- Darren Fletcher makes fun of Ashley Young’s diving in Manchester United Q&A for Chevrolet
- Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez poses in his underwear for modelling photo shoot [Video]
Manchester United interested in bringing Barcelona’s £8m-rated Alex Song back to the Premier League [Mirror]
With the Cameroon midfielder frozen out of first team opportunities, and the likelihood that incoming manager Luis Enrique will dig from the cantera, it looks as though Song’s time is up at Barcelona.
The Mirror claim that at his now cut-down price of just £8m – a depreciation of more than half his value on arrival at Barcelona – Manchester United and Liverpool are interested in bringing him back to the Premier League.
Whatever about United, Liverpool could certainly do with a defensive minded midfielder of Song’s tenacity to bring some steel to their flaky rearguard.
- Updated: May 10, 2014