American teenage prodigy Freddy Adu is to train with Manchester United
for two weeks, with the blessing of his director at DC United, Dave Kasper. "It will be good experience for him,"
Kasper insisted. (The Sun)
Werder Bremen sporting director Klaus Allofs hits back at comments from Bayern Munich
defender Daniel van Buyten, who had stated that Werder don't belong at the top of the Bundesliga. "I don't know if he's able to make that judgement,"
Allofs retorted. "He hasn't been top of the league very often."
have signed Brazil international Marcelo from Fluminense. The 18-year-old left-back is likely to move to the Spanish capital on January. (As)
are refusing to give up their chase for Milan midfielder Kaka, and are ready to offer 56 million euros for his services, despite already having been warned off the player in the summer. (Gazzetta dello Sport).