Here are some fresh news on European Football.
Mourinho says no:
According to France Football José Mourinho has rejected an offer from Olympique Lyonnais, to become French champion's coach for the next season. Apparently due to his contract with Chelsea, Mourinho can't get his next job in England, so why refuse Lyon?
Still according to FF, Mourinho was spotted in Barcelona, where he met with FC Barcelona's board. José is supposed to have made a DVD with Barcelona's actual weaknesses and the way he would fix that up. He even came up with a list of players he would like to recruit if he was Barça's coach. The list included Karim Benzema (Lyon), Philipp Lahm (Bayern Munich), Dani Alves and Seydou Keita (FC Seville), Frank Lampard (Chelsea), Maicon (Inter Milan) and Luka Modric (Dinamo Zagreb).
Well it seems like Riijkard better do good this season, because sneaky José is waiting at the Camp Nous' door. But, Roman Abrahamovic would also like Riijkard to be Chelsea new coach, that would almost be like a coach swap. And for the rumours sending Mourinho in Japan well, José is a competitor and unless a Japanese club moves to Europe I don't think he'll coach a club from Nippon, but who knows with José's craziness anything can happen.
Kaka says yes:
Kaka is probably, with C.Ronaldo, the most wanted player in the world, and AC Milan knows that. This is why to avoid any speculation around the 2007 Golden Boot winner, Milan and Ricardo Kaka (25 y.o., 20 Serie A games, five goals,this season) are now linked until 2013.
Kaka recently declared he would not mind to spend his entire career playing for AC, and it seems like Milan would not mind neither.
Juventus apologises to Arsenal:
After many rumours relating to Juventus' interest in the Gunners' defensive midfielder Mathieu Flamin, Alessio Secco, one of Juve's managers had to calm the hype down, declaring: "It is wrong to say we are interested by Flamini. However, he is a very good player but we never tried to recruit him. Thursday morning our Director J-C Blanc called Arsenal staff to insure them that was just bad rumours. The Gunners appreciated that call, and we will continue to have transparent relations with them"
Well if Juve wants to keep transparent relation with the Gunners it's probably because they are planning on dealing with them soon, and apparently, not for Flamini, so for whom?