Sport David Moyes has said he hopes to know more on the transfer of Cesc Fabregas in the next few days

David Gill has stood aside for group managing director Richard Arnold as well

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Defender doubts club's potential after failure to land major transfer targets

Chelsea plan more Terry talks

Chelsea have hit back at suggestions they have left captain John Terry in the dark over transfer interest from Manchester City.

Terry will stay insists Kenyon

Peter Kenyon, the Chelsea chief executive, claimed yesterday that he had received a personal assurance from John Terry that he would not be tempted by Manchester City's astronomical pay offer.

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Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti is planning to launch a bid to sign Sergio Aguero from Atletico Madrid in a £45m deal according to various reports.

Manchester City put £10m tag on striker

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Basement extensions are no longer the preserve of the super-rich – there are no limits to today's subterranean excavations as space-hungry city dwellers dig down

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Rio Ferdinand yesterday recalled the dark days when Ryan Giggs was booed by his own fans and Manchester United were dismissed a "spent force" while he declared his side's standing, as they attempt to move to within a point of an 18th league title at Wigan tonight, to be a vindication of Sir Alex Ferguson's rebuilding.

Lampard says he is enjoying 'best season'

It is rare indeed that Peter Kenyon is proved right in his predictions concerning the future at Chelsea but events have born out his prophecy made last year that agreeing a five-year deal with Frank Lampard "could well turn out to be our best signing of the summer".

Labour investigates vote-rigging claims

Enquiry launched as Blair ally's daughter battles to be chosen to fight safe seat

Terry quashes Manchester City rumours

John Terry last night quashed any lingering hopes Manchester City may have had of taking him to Eastlands by insisting he never wants to leave Chelsea.

Manchester United income soars in football rich list

Manchester United’s dominance of English football, on and off the pitch, is underlined today with the release of a financial survey that shows a £45m leap in United’s year-on-year income. Thanks in large part to last season’s Premier League and Champions League double, United’s turnover grew by 21 per cent in the 2007-08 season to £257.1m.

Clubs to learn salary restrictions

Clubs competing in the Champions League will learn tomorrow if they are to face stringent restrictions on spending on wages.

New players not needed, says Scolari

Chelsea manager rules out signings despite agreeing to let Bridge join Man City
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