Jonathan Calleri is the latest player caught in the Third Party Ownership (TPO) trap at West Ham United.
The player is reportedly doing everything humanly possible to opt out of his current deal with the Hammers. Calleri has even asked that his father reach out to his former club, Sao Paulo, if they would be wiling to take him back.
Antonio Conte is currently going through his first season as the head coach of Chelsea after having penned a 3 year managerial contract with the Premier League club back on April of 2016, the Italian coach has been in charge of Chelsea for around 7 months and he has recently revealed details concerning the head coach of the club, Roman Abramovich as Conte said that the 50 year old Russian businessman is very demanding.
Didier Drogba has revealed that Bosingwa was an important piece of the puzzle that allows Chelsea to win the Champions League final.
He said that the Portuguese defender was determined to win the game and was ready to play in any position in order to help the team.
Chelsea was down to ten men in the Champions League semi-final when John Terry was sent off for fouling Alexis Sanchez.
John Obi Mikel has stated that he is not helping his teammates financially contrary to some media reports.
Indeed some rumors said that the Nigerian player has been giving money from his personal account to his teammates.
John Obi Mikel is currently in Brazil where he will be participating with Nigeria in the Olympic football tournament. The Olympic rules allow some overage players to be selected, and John Obi Mikel is one of them for Nigeria.
Chelsea skipper John Terry was handed a one year deal after reports that the star player was set to leave the club this summer.
Reports now from London points to the reason that the club didn’t have a succession in place, hence the one year extension he got.
Chelsea and Real Madrid are among the top clubs that rely on players from other academies or established players to join their squad. The lack of planning for the team, mostly due to regular change in head coaches left the team with no future plans.
Jose Bosingwa is set to leave Turkish club Trabzonzpor in the coming season upon poor performance, according to reports.
The Portuguese defender joined the club from Queen Park Rangers in the summer of 2013 on a free transfer. He has been having issues with playing at the current club and was released in the later part of last season. In January this year, he was rehired by the Turkish Super Ligue club to join its team but the club has not made an offer to retain him for his services in the coming season.
Former Chelsea striker, Didier Drogba revealed that his former team mate, Jose Bosingwa, was behind the success of the UEFA Champions League win while at Stamford Bridge.
The Ivorian skipper said the Portuguese defender was the mastermind of the club's famous 2012 Champions League win.
Bosingwa currently with Turkish side, Trabzonspor, played for the EPL giant, Chelsea, from the 2008/2009 to the 2012/2013 season when he left on free transfer to fellow English side, Queen Park Rangers.
The Portuguese defender, though with a year contract extension option, will end his current contract with the club this summer. Bosingwa has struggled with fitness with the club since leaving QPR and will likely see to the end of his career in Turkey.
The Champions League win that has occurred shows that Jose Bosingwa was the main player to have made the win.
He had played as a center back at the Nou Camp. Didier Drogba made the revelation that Jose was the main reason behind the win.
It’s no wonder then that Jose held up the trophy when the finals came and Chelsea became the winner. Jose was the defender in the 2012 game that brought the team their victory. Being of Portuguese origin, he had played a vital role in the second leg of the semifinal game where the team played against Barcelona. All this and more has been revealed by Drogba, who is writing Jose’s autobiography.
Jose Bosingwa originally joined Trabzonspor back on July of 2013 as he penned a 3 year long contract with the Turkish club and he went on to make over 50 appearances in 2 seasons but his time with Trabzonspor ended sooner than expected as Bosingwa left the club on November of 2015 after not being paid in wages.
Even though Bosingwa appeared to have made his way out of Trabzonspor in bad terms after claiming that he wasn’t paid his salary, it seems like the veteran defender still has a close relationship with the club as he made his return to the Turkish club in a transfer that was completed during the January transfer window, only 2 months after Bosingwa had left Trabzsonspor.
Gary Neville reckons that the Three Lions were bound to suffer a bit of failure during the transition phase that they were going through over the last 3-4 years and thus, what came off in Brazil in 2014 was not a total surprise.
Neville considers the team as more settled now and believes the results might be good in the Euros.
English could not get through the group stage in Brazil which had angered and disappointed the fans back home.
But, Neville is not of the view that anything big should have been expected off England in World Cup.
According to him, the England squad that had gone into World Cup was a group getting transitioned and had not had too much of experience of big level Football.