Profile: Jordi Alba
Chelsea and Man United both eyeing Barcelona star: Spain ace has £127m release clause
CHELSEA and Manchester United are both reportedly keeping tabs on Barcelona star Jordi Alba.
Manchester United could be lining up a summer bid for Jordi Alba, who is unsettled over his situation at Barcelona.
Barcelona full-back Jordi Alba would welcome the arrival of midfielder Isco from Real Madrid at the end of the campaign.
Who would have thought it? That the 30 year old versatile midfielder, who himself won two league titles with the Manchester club during his 5 year spell with the side, could be the player that Man City need to help steer their title challenge in the right direction.
Brazilian superstar Neymar has verbally agreed on a new deal to keep him at Barcelona until the summer of 2020.
FC Barcelona have announced that defender Jordi Alba has agreed a new contract to extend his stay at the club until the summer of 2020.
Premier League’s reigning champions Manchester City have joined in the race to sign Barcelona left-back Jordi Alba in January.
Premier League giants Arsenal and Manchester United are reportedly set to battle it out for the services of Barcelona defender Jordi Alba, according to The Express.
Manchester United are reportedly set to make a shock move for one of the best defenders in the Spanish national setup.
This season's Premier League title race, between Manchester City and Liverpool, proved so interesting that people have been paying less attention to other leagues such as La Liga while the Premier League season was still alive.
Liverpool looks set to make a move for Barcelona left-back Adriano Correia in the summer transfer window, according to The Metro.
Can Spain win a fourth international trophy in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil? With the qualifying matches for the finals well underway, punters and football fans are busy trying to answer this question. It has to be said, the Spanish national side has everything to lose. As the only team in history take home the silverware in three consecutive major tournaments (Euro 2008, World Cup 2010 and Euro 2012), it seems La Furia Roja may be unstoppable.
A report by Las Provincias claims that Catalan giants Barcelona are reportedly interested in Valencia left back Jordi Alba and are eyeing him as a possible replacement for Eric Abidal.