Posted: Friday March 23, 2007 10:24AM; Updated: Friday March 23, 2007 10:35AM
Manchester City winger Trevor Sinclair will look to play in the USA if he is not offered a new contract at Eastlands.
Fred will be on United's flight to Guadalajara on Saturday. Once the deal is finalized and the Aussies sign the international transfer certificate, he will be eligible to play vs. Chivas on April 3.
Leading football agent Pini Zahavi has suggested that jealousy of David Beckham was one of the factors that led to England's disappointing showing at the World Cup.
Two months after acquiring David Beckham, the Los Angeles Galaxy has signed a multiyear, multimillion-dollar sponsorship agreement with nutritional products manufacturer Herbalife. The deal makes the Galaxy the second team in MLS to take advantage of the league's new shirt-sponsorship rules.
Getafe boss and Real Madrid target Bernd Schuster allegedly wants Milan's Brazil star Kaka should he get the job at the Bernabeu.
According to Italian daily Corriere dello Sport Inter's first choice to replace Saudi Arabia-bound Luis Figo should be Tomas Rosicky.
John Carew has revealed he is committed to Aston Villa and could stay with the Midlands club for years to come. The Norwegian striker has a reputation for moving quickly from one club to another, but the target man seems to have found his home, for the time being at least, at Villa Park.
Nery Castillo won't play for his native country after all. Castillo, who traveled to Arizona for Mexico's Feb. 7 friendly against the U.S. but did not play, told a Greek publication this week that he preferred to play for the country where he plays his club soccer.
New Jersey-born striker Jemal Johnson has seen his Leeds United loan stint extended until the end of the season, but according to Wolverhampton, the new deal does not include a purchase clause.
Stoke City boss Tony Pulis would love to have signed Andy Cole on loan but admits the Potters were never in a position to snap up the striker.
Republic of Ireland manager Steve Staunton refused to get drawn into a verbal war with former teammate Roy Keane, after the former captain criticized Staunton's player selection and how the FAI conducts its business.
Reading starlet James Henry has joined the Reds on a one-month loan deal. The England under-18 international has impressed for the Royals' reserves this season and will be looking to get some first-team games under his belt and help Forest's promotion push.
Marseille's main shareholder Robert Louis-Dreyfus has decided not to sell the Ligue 1 club to Canadian businessman Jack Kachkar, club chairman Pape Diouf revealed.