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Man City and Everton are thought to be next in the Premier League’s summer transfer merry-go-round, having failed to secure major targets for their players.
Ahead of his post-season tour, former manager Roberto Di Matteo made it clear that the Premier League was a ‘dead’ league, although this is apparently coming under increasing strain as clubs become aware of how lucrative the lucrative transfer market has become.
And on Tuesday night, former Milan boss Silvio Berlusconi said that the European giants could be in line for a major move this summer, writing in the Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport: ‘You cannot lose a Champions League game without some sort of success.
‘It is not only the United States and England but many European countries – not just clubs, but leagues and federations that are competing for the title with big players.
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A man who will not be in Chelsea’s first squad for next month’s Premier League match at Tottenham. Jose Mourinho had suggested that players like James McClean, Ashley Cole and Dominic Solanke were not available for selection against Tottenham. But now, in what must surely be a statement of intent from his team-mates, he has backed that decision.
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‘I thought that we had to come to him and tell him. But it was too late. We won 4-1. He is great, very professional. Chelsea fans are proud of him.’
It will be interesting to see if the new manager, Andre Villas-Boas, sticks to that promise to his players. Chelsea fans might be surprised to find out that they have missed the first half of their Champions League campaign, and Villas-Boas is yet to play a full game in the Premier League.
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