Sport Chelsea's Eden Hazard in action during last weekend's FA Cup Fourth Round match against Stoke City

Chelsea manager tips the Belgian to be among the world's best in near future

Newcastle manager Alan Pardew expects another PSG bid for Yohan Cabaye

Transfer news: Newcastle reach agreement with PSG over Yohan Cabaye move

French league champions had seen a £14m bid rejected but appear to have made a breakthrough in negotiations to open personal terms with the French midfielder

Salomon Kalou could be heading to Spurs from his current club Lille

Transfer news: Tottenham reportedly eye move for former Chelsea forward Salomon Kalou

Spurs reportedly set for talks with Lille

Bruno Metsu talks to his Senegal squad at the 2002 World Cup

Bruno Metsu, who took Senegal to the quarter-finals of the 2002 World Cup, dies

The manager, who had been coaching in the Middle East, was 59

Salomon Kalou could be heading to West Ham or West Brom from his current club Lille

Transfer news: West Brom remain hopeful on signing former Chelsea winger Salomon Kalou

Both West Ham and the Baggies have triggered a release clause in his contract despite his preference to remain with Lille

Salomon Kalou could be heading to West Ham from his current club Lille

Transfer news: West Ham target Salomon Kalou could be heading back to London as Hammers identify need for strikers

Reports in France claim West Ham have made a £3m bid for Kalou after he left Chelsea last year to join Lille

Disgraced French politician Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Former IMF boss Strauss-Kahn set to face charges for 'aggravated pimping'

French court decides the 64-year-old must stand trial despite prosecutors saying there is not enough evidence

Arsene Wenger talks to Gervinho

Transfer news: Arsenal forward Gervinho close to Roma switch

Lyon also reportedly interested in the Ivory Coast international

French prosecutors want to drop Dominique Strauss-Kahn case

Prosecutors in northern France want to abandon the final outstanding legal action against the disgraced former IMF chief, Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

An ambulance in France

French cancer patient saves paramedic after heart attack

After his story makes the national news, Christian Nayet insists his actions were 'human, not courageous.'

Gaetan Bong

Newcastle table offer for Cameroon international Gaetan Bong

Alan Pardew is looking to add defensive options to his side to boost squad

Mathieu Debuchy

Newcastle complete £5m deal for France full-back Mathieu Debuchy

Debuchy has 12 senior international caps

Alan Pardew had to persuade the Newcastle United board in order to land Mathieu Debuchy

Alan Pardew forced Newcastle board U-turn to buy Mathieu Debuchy

French full-back has joined in £4.7m deal

Dominique Strauss-Kahn failed to end the criminal investigation into his alleged role in organising sex parties with prostitutes in the US and France and Belgium

Dominique Strauss-Kahn fails to have final sex charge thrown out

The former IMF chief, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, failed today to free himself of his last remaining accusation of sexual misconduct.

Eden Hazard: It was sad Roberto Di Matteo went - but that's football

Eden Hazard is happy with his start at Chelsea but admits he was sorry to see the manager who signed him sacked so soon, he tells Sam Wallace in his first English newspaper interview

Eden Hazard with rest of his football mad family

Eden Hazard: My family would make a great five-a-side team

The Chelsea forward discusses his footballing background, including his mum who played while pregnant with Eden, in his first English newspaper interview

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