Tottenham striker Giovani Dos Santos

Swansea interested in Tottenham striker Giovani Dos Santos

Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers is looking to bring Tottenham forward Giovani Dos Santos to the Liberty Stadium, Press Association Sport understands.

Besiktas had the option to buy Bebe but may choose to return him to United

Manchester United misfit Bebe breaks Besiktas curfew to cast future into doubt

The unhappy Manchester United career of Bebe, one of the most peculiar signings of Sir Alex Ferguson's 25 years as manager, has taken another twist with the Turkish side Besiktas indicating he might have played his last game for them after his breach of a club curfew.

Ledley King went to the 2010 World Cup but pulled out through injury

Tottenham hit with Ledley King injury news

Tottenham's injury worries deepened ahead of Wednesday's crucial game against Everton with the news that Ledley King is facing yet another spell on the sidelines due to a suspected hamstring tear.

Emmanuel Eboue pelted with missiles in Turkey

Supporters of Besiktas are facing a two-match ban after Galatasaray defender Emmanuel Eboue was repeatedly pelted with objects during the Turkish football league derby between the teams. 

Lucas Neill to play in UAE

Lucas Neill has joined reigning United Arab Emirates champions Al Jazira, the Australia captain said on his official website.

Nasri will leave Arsenal with 'bitterness and anger in my heart'

Samir Nasri appeared to move closer to leaving Arsenal yesterday with comments on what the club believed to be his personal Facebook page announcing that he will "certainly leave very soon", and will do so with "bitterness and anger" in his heart.

Arsenal agree fee with Galatasaray for Emmanuel Eboue

Arsenal have agreed terms for Emmanuel Eboue's transfer to Turkish side Galatasaray.

Galatasaray close in on Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Eboue

Galatasaray have confirmed they are in talks to sign out-of-favour Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Eboue.

Jordan Henderson ignoring Liverpool price tag

Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson is confident he can cope with the added expectations placed on him after his big-money move from Sunderland.

Clichy takes off as Emirates departure lounge fills

Gaël Clichy looks certain to join Manchester City tomorrow, in a move that could see the left-back become the first of several star players to leave Arsenal this summer. The Ivory Coast striker Gervinho will, however, arrive on the same day, from Lille.

Elmander joins Galatasaray

Bolton striker Johan Elmander has signed a three-year deal with Galatasaray, the Turkish club have announced.

Lescott and Dzeko make sure of City's Champions League place

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Ancelotti to be sacked by Chelsea in the summer

Manager resigned to his fate but will not walk out on £6m-a-year contract at Stamford Bridge

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Holidays always present challenges, but blind tourists face particular problems, as the BBC's Peter White can testify. A sense of terror can be part of the pleasure, he tells Simon Calder
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