Winter Wishlists

The future of Fabregas with Chelsea remains unclear.

Cesc Fabregas is fighting for his position in Chelsea. The Spanish dfgdffootballer wants to continue his career in Chelsea. Things are getting tougher for Fabregas since Guus Hiddink, the new manager of Chelsea, plans to use more defensive players. However, Hiddink will continue to keep the Spanish midfielder in his plans but Guus will keep John Obi Mikel next to Nemanja Matic, so Cesc will have to earn his playing time further up the pitch.

On the other hand, nothing is in danger since Inter Milan and Juventus show interest in signing the midfielder.asdaf

Dzagoev in the Premier League



The manager of Newcastle, Steeve McClaren, is looking for a new midfielder and he may turn to Russia. McClaren added Alan Dzagoev on their January wishlist and positioned his name at the top. The 25-year-old has been a featured player in the Russian Premier League for years but injuries have slowed him down. However, Dzagoev has played well enough to push CSKA to the top of the division. Currently, there is a big competition between clubs and managers who want to sign the midfielder. Meanwhile, Alan Dzagoev is going to move to England.

Will Lionel Messi leave Barcelona for 800k per week?

Manchester City is reportedly talking about signing FC Barcelona star Lionel Messi.


The Argentinian is reportedly unsettled in Spain due to the tax issues he is having with the Spanish authorities and he might be ready to leave the country. If Messi chooses to leave Camp Nou, the Premier league will be his preferred destination. Four English clubs have already shown interest and it is clear that all four would immediately take the chance to sign Lionel Messi. However, his cost is ruling most of them out of the running.

Author: Gor Stepanyan

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