London, Sept 6: Zenit St Petersburg want to sign Manchester United winger, the Red Devils completed the signing of young Chilean striker for £4 million.
- Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole could leave the club after being offered only one-year contract extension at Stamford Bridge. With the rise of 23-year old left-back Ryan Bertrand, who was recently rewarded with a new-five year deal, Cole's place in the team has been threatened. Moreover, the 31-year old left-back Cole will miss England's World Cup qualifiers against Moldova on Friday due to injury while Bertrand will fight for a place in Roy Hodgson's squad with Everton left-back Leighton Baines set to start.
- Russian giants Zenit St Petersburg are hoping to land Manchester United winger Nani for £25 million before the Russian transfer window closes on Thursday.
- United have completed the signing of 18-year-old striker Angelo Henriquez from Universidad de Chile.
- Arsenal hope to offload winger Andrey Asharvin to the Russian Premier League in a permanent deal before the transfer window ends in Russia.
- Real Madrid President Florentina Perez has denied all reports of star Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave the club. The Portuguese star revealed he has a professional issue with the club and not money. Premier League giants Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United were alerted after Ronaldo spoke about his sadness with the Real.
- Chelsea target Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao said he dreamt of playing for arch rivals Real Madrid. The Colombian striker, who scored a hat-trick against Chelsea during UEFA Super Cup, earlier wished to play in the Premier League with the Blues.
- Liverpool have to forget about signing Alessandro Del Piero after the 37-year-old joined Australia A-League side Sydney FC. The World Cup winner with Italy in 2006 spent 19 years with the Old Lady in Italy Serie A.
- However, the Reds manager Brendan Rodgers has been told to look at the youth system for a striker.
- Chelsea winger Florent Malouda has been asked to train with youth system.