Chelsea have been handed a major boost in pursuit of AS Roma defender Kostas Manolas, whose move to Zenit St. Petersburg has reportedly stalled.
Branislav Ivanovic is on the verge of ending his Chelsea career, as he edges closer to a securing a move to Zenit St. Petersburg in the coming days.
A football agent has revealed a crazy story involving Arshavin's transfer and Vladimir Putin
The Belgian midfielder, who is currently a mainstay in the Zenit St. Petersburg midfield, has confirmed his intention to move to a bigger league at the end of the season.
The 18-year-old holding midfielder has taken showboating from offense to defense, with a tackle the likes of which you have probably never seen before.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is widely believed to be on the verge of leaving the club next season and a Champions League playing Russian club are reportedly keen on signing him.
Artum Dzyuba's brace lifted Zenit Saint Petersburg to a 2-0 win against Lyon on Wednesday and into the Champions League last 16.
After disappointing spells at Manchester United and Chelsea, Radamel Falcao has now been linked with a move to Russia, as the Columbian looks to revive his failing career.Ai?? Zenit St Petersburg have shown interest in signing Falcao on loan in January, asAi??the 29-year-old striker lives in the shadow of Diego Costa at Chelsea. According to the Telegraph, Andre Villas Boas wanted to sign Falcao in the summer, but the deal did not work out then. It could happen this January, as Villas Boas shares a great relationship with Falcao. A move to Zenit will mean reuniting with former teammate Hulk, with whom Falcao formed a formidable partnership. The two scored 78 goals between them at FC Porto. Zenit are third in the Russian league at the moment, and are the only team to have a 100% winning record in the Champions League. Three years ago, Radamel Falcao was in the form of his life, banging in goals week in and […]
Andre Villas-Boas will leave his role as coach of Zenit St Petersburg at the end of the season, the Portuguese said on Thursday.
The whole transfer frenzy of the last two and a half months boils down to one day, the transfer deadline day. All the teams try to get last minute deals over the line before the transfer window ends.