Deschamps offers Cabaye assurances

France boss Didier Deschamps has assured Yohan Cabaye that his inability to establish himself at Paris Saint-Germain will not hamper his World Cup chances.

Cabaye has been a regular for Les Bleus since making his debut in 2010 and played in all four of his country’s games at Euro 2012.

However, after enjoying two and a half successful seasons at Newcastle, where he became arguably the Premier League’s best passer, the 28-year-old’s desire to play in the Champions League again led to him moving back to his homeland in January to join PSG.


Monaco striker Radamel Falcao has stated that he is now extremely confident of featuring for Colombia in the World Cup 2014. The 26-year-old is currently on the sidelines after having sustained an anterior cruciate ligament injury back in January.

It was expected at the time of injury that the striker would miss up to six months of football. This would leave him with little time to prepare for the World Cup 2014 especially in terms of fitness. Falcao, though, has given an update saying that he is confident of being ready for the competition.


PSG striker Edinson Cavani has increased the possibility of leaving the French capital in the summer by saying that he is unhappy with the tactics at the club.

Cavani is regarded as one of the finest strikers in world football and he made the move to PSG in the £ 62 million deal from Napoli. This has made him one of the world’s most expensive transfers, but in the club that is rich with Qatari money, he is just one another player. He has been used on the wings in a 4-3-3 formation, which does not exactly suit his taste.

AC Must Build for the Future

“It makes me crazy to see everything destroyed”, former AC Milan and Italy legend, Paolo Maldini, said, in reference to the Rossoneri’s position in the doldrums of Serie A, a development that has more than a few parallels with Manchester United’s dramatic fall from glory in the English Premier League.


Uruguay coach Pablo Correa has warned striker Edinson Cavani against a potential move to Chelsea in the summer. The Paris St Germain striker is regarded as one of the best in the world, but he has struggled to get the same fame since a £ 60 million move to the French capital.

He has been consistently overshadowed by Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Even though he has scored 21 goals in 31 matches for the club, the record of Ibrahimovic continues to dominate the headlines. As a result, he is widely expected to be sold in the summer.

Italy are great World Cup value

If you’re already beginning to look ahead to the World Cup, and you’re fancying a bit of a wager on the overall winner of the tournament then the market seems to think it’s a bit of a done deal already – and the host nation has one hand on the trophy.

The thinking is obvious; Brazil are the best nation team in the whole history of world football and the World Cup in particular and, because this is the first time Brazil has hosted the tournament in the modern era, the home advantage will be more than enough to see them over the line in the Maracana next July 13th.


Javier Zanetti has played over 600 matches for Inter Milan and even at his 40 years of age, rumors started popping around involving Jose Mourinho wanting to sign the veteran player and bring him to Chelsea but now after all of his years playing with the Italian club, he has been promised a role at Inter Milan even after he retires.


Jose Mourinho has dismissed transfer rumours linking Chelsea with a move for PSG striker Edinson Cavani. Despite having arrived at the French club only in the summer for close to £ 60 million, Cavani has been linked with a move away from the French capital after failing to find his best form in the last six months.


Edinson Cavani believes that his team Paris Saint-Germain has got the ability to upset the top teams and achieve European glory in the ongoing season.

PSG which had won its domestic league Ligue 1 last season will take on the German team Bayer Leverkusen in the pre quarter final round of the Champions League.


The Uruguayan forward of PSG is suspected to be seeing his way out of the French side after just 1 season. Cavani made a move to PSG with a transfer fee in the region of €63 million which makes it hard to believe that the French side will allow letting him go after paying such a substantial fee for the former Napoli player.

According to recent reports that have been emerging, the 26 years old forward is not very happy with his current role at PSG as he has to share the spotlight with Zlatan Ibrahimovic who has been in stellar form.