- Current club: Fulham
- Date of Birth: 14 December 1982
- Birthplace: Wandsworth, Wandsworth, London, England
- Position: Midfielder, Centre midfielder
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Stoke City have signed striker Bojan Krkic from Barcelona on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
Stoke City have completed the signing of former Fulham midfielder Steve Sidwell on a free transfer, according to Chief Executive Tony Scholes.
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has opened talks with Steve Sidwell regarding a free transfer move to the Britannia Stadium. According to reports, Stoke will offer the former Fulham midfielder a three year contract.
Steve Sidwell has emerged as a shock target for Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew. Sidwell has told his agent that he wants to leave Fulham as he has no interest in helping Fulham bounce back into the Premier League next year.
Aston Villa are chasing Fulham midfielder Steve Sidwell. Paul Lambert is already planning his summer transfer moves despite continuous talk of his own position at the club being under threat.
We’re into the final third of 2013/2014 and only one thing is certain – the battle for Premier League survival is approaching boiling point. Everyone down at the bottom thinks it will be their team to face the dreaded drop, as panic buttons across Britain are thumped. We can usually rely on last season’s FA Cup holders for the opposite response to a relegation battle, though this season a new club must be ready to step up to the plate.
Premier League side Fulham have revealed that they are presently in talks with midfielder Steve Sidwell over a new contract.
Fulham's manager Martin Jol wants to sign a few more players despite bringing in Derek Boateng, Maarten Stekelenburg and Fernando Amorebieta. It is understood Fulham are hoping to sign a forward and a defender.
Tottenham claimed a nervy win in their London derby against Fulham at Craven Cottage. Fulham played well for most of the match, but Spurs hung on to take three points.
Aston Villa secured a stunning 1-0 victory over Slavia Prague, to end the Czech sides 14 match unbeaten run. It was a hard fought game though, and John Carew scored the winner.
Aston Villa have completed the signing of Steven Sidwell from Chelsea, for a fee believed to be in the region of around £5 million. Sidwell joined the Blues only last summer from Reading, but failed to make an impression and regular football with the first team.
Steve Sidwell is reportedly happy at Chelsea, despite the interest of several clubs. Sidwell is believed to be earning £50,000 a week and is keen to continue his current wage.
Gareth Southgate's Middlesbrough have emerged as early favorites to snap up coveted midfielder Steve Sidwell from Chelsea this summer. Newcastle and Aston Villa have also been linked with a move for the player.
Aston Villa are reportedly considering a move for Chelsea midfielder Steve Sidwell in the summer to replace Gareth Barry should he decide to leave Villa and join Liverpool.
Sunderland are lining up a bid for Chelsea midfielder Steve Sidwell. The Black Cats are considering a £7 million offer for the midfielder. Sidwell is unhappy at Chelsea with the lack of first-team opportunities.
Sunderland boss Roy Keane has revealed Johann Vogel was offered to the club and he has rejected the opportunity to sign the Real Betis midfielder.
Steve Sidwell is reportedly ready to make a move to either Everton or Sunderland as both are interested in signing the midfielder from Chelsea on loan with a view to a permanent deal.
Goals from Salomon Kalou and Shaun Wright-Phillips were enough for Chelsea to pick up a hugely important 2-0 victory over Derby County. Michael Essien was shown a red card later on.
Avram Grant has had his first win as Chelsea coach as his side ran riot in a 4-0 victory against Hull City. They will now be in the fourth round of the Carling Cup courtesy of strikes from Scott Sinclair, a Damien Delaney own goal, Steve Sidwell and Salomon Kalou.
Steve Sidwell has been linked with a move from Chelsea back to Reading on loan in the January transfer window. Reading's form seems to have dipped since the ex-Arsenal man departed and Sidwell has played very little football at Chelsea.