Profile: James Milner
- Current club: Manchester City
- Date of Birth: 4 January 1986
- Birthplace: Wortley, Leeds
- Position: Winger
Title Winning Manchester City Quartet Aguero, Dzeko, Hart and Milner Set for Lucrative Extensions
Manchester City are hoping to prevent Premier League and European rivals from pursuing their star players by rewarding the title winning quartet of Sergio Aguero, Edin Dzeko, Joe Hart and James Milner with lucrative long-term contracts, according to the Daily Mail.
Liverpool are apparently mulling over a transfer offer for Manchester City midfielder James Milner, The People reports.
Arsenal have reportedly shown desire in signing Manchester City midfielder James Milner in the upcoming transfer window, according to The Guardian.
Manchester City midfielder James Milner has for the first time hinted that he could be moving elsewhere once his contract expires next summer. The England international has yet to open talks with manager Manuel Pellegrini.
Arsenal are understood to be tracking the progress of Manchester City youngster Marcos Lopes, with a view to a summer bid for his services.
Everton are believed to be readying a summer bid for Manchester City midfielder James Milner, according to The Mirror.
With the World Cup in Brazil a matter of weeks away, Roy Hodgson will have a good idea of who will be on that much coveted flight to the land of sun, samba and football.
Tottenham Hotspur are currently considered frontrunners to secure the services of Manchester City midfielder James Milner in the summer.
Tottenham are reportedly seeking a transfer move that will bring Manchester City midfielder James Milner to White Hart Lane. The England international is no longer a first choice player under manager Manuel Pellegrini.
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly preparing a move for Manchester City midfielder James Milner in the summer.
James Milner has urged Manchester City's owners to remain patient and have trust in the team and current manager Roberto Mancini. There appears to be question marks about the long term future of Mancini, who looks set to miss out on winning any silverware this year.
One of the Premier League's all time shocks saw Manchester City win the battle of Manchester, as they travelled to Old Trafford and won 6-1. An amazing 3 goals in injury time made this result seem more like a cricket score, and City go five points clear at the top of the Premier League.
Manchester City took the top spot in the Premier League table after an impressive 4-1 rout of Aston Villa at the Etihad Stadium.
Man City manager Roberto Mancini admitted that the club needs more strength in depth, and that they do not have enough midfielders in their squad.
England international goalkeeper Joe Hart has put pen to paper on a new contract at the Etihad Stadium. The player has signed a five year contract worth a reported 90,000 per week.
Alessio Cerci is not yet a Manchester City player, despite a report in Italy suggesting his club Fiorentina have already agreed terms on a transfer. It appears the Italian winger still has to wait a little while longer before making a move to England.
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish remains tight lipped regarding Anfield transfer activity, insisting that he will not comment on the futures of any of his own players or any potential transfer signings until they are official.
Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish is plotting a move for former Villain James Milner, according to reports on Sunday morning. The Man City player will be allowed to leave if £15 million is offered.
With Manchester City and Manchester United not usually needing any additional reasons to hate each other, particularly with a place in the FA Cup final at stake when they meet in the semi-final in April, Micah Richards has nevertheless added fuel to the already raging fire. The City defender, who scored the goal that sent Reading crashing out of the Cup competition at the quarter-final stage, has revealed that he won't hold back in doing all he can to help his side win the clash, and may even be prepared to get a bit physical if the game demands it. The FA Cup odds already indicate it should be a cracking game, and it looks like there will be a little extra spice to things.
Stephen Ireland looks to for a new club in January after he told Aston Villa boss Gerard Houllier – via his agent – that he wants out.
Patrick Vieira is confident that Manchester City's aspirations to win the Premier League title will not be negatively affected by the number of star players at Eastlands.