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Bleacher ReportBreaking Down Manchester United's Finances and How Large Their Debt IsBleacher ReportManchester United is making financial news as the club attempts to deal with its large debt. The Guardian recently reported that United have nailed down a new loan from Bank of America which will reduce their interest costs by about £10 million a year.
Vancouver SunFerguson's retirement shifts Premier League dynamicVancouver SunCome August, four of this season's top six — United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Everton — will have newly appointed managers in the wake of an unprecedented amount of high-profile coaching upheaval in May. ... Arsenal cannot be discounted, with the club benefiting from a string of new, lucrative commercial deals and the club once again in the Champions League, while Liverpool and Tottenham appear to be on an upward curve under the forward-thinking stewardship of Rodgers and Andre Villas-Boas.and more »
Shields GazettePublished on the 18 JuneShields GazetteIt wasn't just Carroll who was making the headlines for Liverpool. The Daily Mail reported ... Arsenal are favourites to sign Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain, 25, after Juventus switched their attention to Manchester City's Carlos Tevez, 29. Full story: London ...and more »
Here Is The CityHow can Premier League teams capitalise on new Monaco muscle?Here Is The CityRadamel Falcao has been signed for a record transfer fee of €60 million, FC Porto's James Rodriguez arrives for €45 million and his teammate Joao Moutinho joins him for €25 million. Ricardo Carvalho has also signed on a free transfer. ... Whilst that could be a positive thing for Manchester United, Arsenal, Everton, Liverpool and Spurs, for example, it would be bad news for City and Chelsea whose financial muscle has been what's behind their success in recent years. However, where the current top-six could ...and more »
Here Is The CityManchester City reject has a chance to save his career in GermanyHere Is The CitySanta Cruz signed for Manchester City in 2009 as part of the team which was first taken seriously when City launched ambitions to de-rail Manchester United and Chelsea from the top of the English game. Well it didn't quite all work out with the Paraguay ...and more »