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Fabio Capello has emerged as a shock contender to replace Andre Villas-Boas as Chelsea manager.

The FA have not ruled out installing Harry Redknapp as England boss for just Euro 2012 and then letting him return to Spurs.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger - linked with the England job - says Fabio Capello's successor should be English.


The Football Association will have to pay Tottenham a £5m 'transfer fee' to install Harry Redknapp as the new England manager.

Fabio Capello is still set to go to Euro 2012 - as a pundit for Italian TV. But he won't be allowed to cover England matches under the terms of his £1.5m pay-off from the FA.

Spanish giants Real Madrid are ready to make the first move for Arsenal captain Robin van Persie.

Chris Samba is facing a backlash from some Blackburn team-mates over his attempt to force through a move away from Ewood Park in the January transfer window.


The FA will tell Tottenham to name their price so they can make Harry Redknapp the next England boss.

Brendan Rodgers insists he will not leave Swansea to go to Spurs if Harry Redknapp leaves White Hart Lane.

Andre Villas-Boas has denied Chelsea are to blame for England's managerial crisis.


Appointing Harry Redknapp will cost the FA £10m - before they pay him a penny in wages.

Spanish side Valencia want to sign Manchester City full back Pablo Zabaleta.

Spurs have opened talks with defender Ledley King, 31, over a new contract.

Birmingham have made an offer to former Rangers and Hull striker Daniel Cousin, 35, who is a free agent.


Former Manchester City midfielder Patrick Vieira, now the club's football development executive, has accused referees and the FA of a conspiracy to undermine their title challenge.

Aston Villa have failed to extend the loan deal of LA Galaxy striker Robbie Keane after the Major League Soccer side rebuffed their request to increase his stay.


Harry Redknapp is interested in taking charge of England for this summer's European Championship but the FA will have to persuade him to lead the team into the 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign.

The FA is bracing itself for criticism over its decision to appoint Stuart Pearce as England caretaker after the governing body was reminded yesterday of a past incident when he allegedly racially abused Paul Ince.


Football Association executives will meet at Wembley today to discuss the best way of securing Harry Redknapp's appointment as England manager.

Jermain Defoe believes that Tottenham Hotspur's players will be caught between club and country if the FA offers Harry Redknapp the job of England manager.


The Football Association is contemplating replacing Fabio Capello by bringing in a new England manager purely for Euro 2012 and then appointing a permanent replacement at the end of the tournament.

Fabio Capello, speaking for the first time since his dramatic resignation as England's manager on Wednesday, has confirmed he chose to walk away because he "could not permit interference from the Football Association in my work".


The Football Association has dismissed concerns that it could be open to charges of hypocrisy over the appointment of interim England manager Stuart Pearce, who had to apologise for allegedly racially abusing Paul Ince during a Premier League game in 1994.

Despite a league position which he describes as "not very honourable", Andre Villas-Boas insists he is relaxed about Roman Abramovich's increased attention.


Daniel Cousin's agent, Willie Mackay, insists the 35-year-old striker will sign for Rangers today after snubbing a £20,000-a-week bid from Birmingham.

Aberdeen boss Craig Brown has apologised after winning the SPL manager of the month award - as he believes Celtic rival Neil Lennon should have got it.