- Date of Birth: 8 August 1978
- Birthplace: Paris, Paris, France
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Louis Saha explains why Sir Alex Ferguson decided to sign him for Manchester United
17 years ago this month from Fulham — who United face in the Premier League this evening. During his time at Craven Cottage, Saha featured
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Former Manchester United star Louis Saha believes the Red Devils need to sign at least four more players of Bruno Fernandes' calibre in order to challenge for the Premier League title.
Manchester United favourite Louis Saha has talked up the prospect of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang playing for the Red Devils next season.
Former Manchester United star Louis Saha has said that the Red Devils have just one world-class player in the form of Paul Pogba in their first-team squad.
Former Manchester United star Louis Saha has urged Anthony Martial to remain at Old Trafford and fight for his position under Jose Mourinho.
Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha feels that young forward Anthony Martial has all the ingredients to match the great Thierry Henry in years to come.
Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha has announced his retirement from professional football. The Frenchman announced the decision after his short stint with Serie A side Lazio came to an end.
Tottenham striker Louis Saha is confident that his side will be able to catch up with Premier League rivals Arsenal over the coming weeks, despite failing to win a match in five league games.
Harry Redknapp, the favourite to succeed Fabio Capello as England manager, has pledged his future to Tottenham despite intense media speculation linking him with a move away from White Hart Lane. Redknapp saw his Spurs side cruise to a 5-0 win over Newcastle on Saturday.
Tottenham have given permission for Roman Pavlyuchenko to leave White Hart Lane, and the Russian striker is believed to have agreed terms with Lokomotiv Moscow last night. Spurs have already brought in Louis Saha as a replacement for the striker.
Tottenham have completed a move for Blackburn defender Ryan Nelsen. The New Zealand international centre back has put pen to paper on an 18 month contract at White Hart Lane, and has been given permission to join Spurs as a deal was completed in time before the transfer deadline last night.
Everton have completed the signing of midfielder Steven Pienaar on loan for the rest of the season. The 29 year old rejoins his former club, who he left over a year ago for Tottenham. At Spurs the South African fell out of favour and failed to force his way into the first team.
Tottenham could make a surprise move on transfer deadline day for Everton striker Louis Saha. The French forward is no longer needed at Goodison Park, and will move to White Hart Lane for a fee believed to be in the region of 350,000 GBP.
Everton completed a two month loan deal for Landon Donovan yesterday, and the American will link up with the Toffees for his second spell starting from next week. The US international enjoyed his last spell at Goodison in 2009.
A stunning strike from Robin van Persie marked the striker's 33rd goal of 2011, and gave Arsenal an important 1-0 victory over Everton at the Emirates. Arsenal dominated for most of the game but could not take the advantage, and RVP would again be required to seal the poitns for the Gunners.
This weekend marks the 125th anniversary of Arsenal Football Club, as the Gunners host Everton in today's Premier League battle at the Emirates. The Gunners are in inspired form, winning 6 of their last 7 games; whilst Everton remain hopeful of continuing their push from the mid-table.
Everton manager David Moyes is on the look out for a new striker in the January transfer window. The Toffees are looking for partners for out of form Louis Saha.
Improving Everton saw off Bolton at the Reebok Stadium with a wonderful 2-0 victory, putting the pressure back on under fire Trotters boss Owen Coyle. Marouane Fellaini and Apostolos Vellios scored the goals to see off Bolton on Saturday.
Manchester United returned back to winning ways with a 1-0 victory over Everton at Goodison Park. Javier Hernandez scored a first half winner to ensure the 3 points returned to Manchester.
Everton piled the pressure on Fulham and Martin Jol, as the Toffees stormed to a 3-1 victory over the Cottagers today. Real Madrid loanee Royston Drenthe got the ball rolling with the first goal, before Bryan Ruiz equalised. Last minute goals from Jack Rodwell and Louis Saha secured the 3 points.
Matt Derbyshire has emerged as a target for Everton boss David Moyes. According to reports, the Olympiakos striker is on his shortlist and will move for a cut price £4 million the winter.