Tomorrow’s headlines today…
To prove that it’s still today and not tomorrow yet, at time of writing none of us knew that Mohamed would finally crack on Big Brother and windmill in to the housemates in hell, destroying them with a series of rabbit punches and kung-fu kicks. Neither did we know it was going to be raining all day on Tuesday. What we do know about tomorrow, however, is this:
Arshavin heading to Spurs
After weeks of mulling over transfer speculation insisting that their stars are headed for bigger and better things, Spurs fans will finally be handed some much needed cheer with the news that the Russian striker Andrei Arshavin may well be heading to North London in a deal worth £17 million. Their joy will of course be tempered by Robbie Keane’s move to Liverpool, whose £18 million pound sale will fund Juande Ramos’ latest dip into the transfer market.
Nolberto Solano to stay in England
Just as Americans were getting all excited – shooting guns, going “yeeehah!” – about another aging footballer making their way to join their MLS, Nolberto Solano has revealed that he isn’t quite ready to turn his back on English football just yet. A free agent, having been released by West Ham, there are no shortage of suitors for the Peruvian international – he could be heading to the gorgeous kingdom of Sunderland, or Portsmouth.
Cesc Fabregas trying to backtrack
Having allegedly admitted that he would be happy to join Real Madrid next summer, Fabregas is now claiming that he has, like many others in recent weeks, been totally misquoted. Not wanting to join Gareth Barry in the unenviable position of being loathed by his own supporters, the Spaniard is now spouting a series of fan friendly quotes, such as: “I am happy at Arsenal” and “my future is here”. Yeah, right.