Manchester City defender Mateja Nastasic, who was out injured and not expected to return to action until September, could be in the squad that travels to Cardiff City on Sunday for the club’s second Premier League match of the season.
With Vincent Kompany ruled out for one month due to an injury, the return of the Serbian defender is encouraging news for City supporters.
Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:
- Mateja Nastasic could be available for Sunday game against Cardiff — Manchester City FC
- Manchester City ink deal with YES Network for delayed games and City TV — SportsPro
- Arsenal poised to loan Lukas Podolski to Schalke — The Telegraph
- Manchester United hit out at Chelsea over Rooney — Manchester Evening News
- Tottenham have mastered the transfer game and are wiping the floor with Arsenal — Telegraph
- More from Comcast on NBC’s Premier League Extra Time — Philly.com
- West Bromwich Albion sign Scott Sinclair on season-long loan — West Brom
- Sven-Goran Eriksson: I hate only one person on earth – the man who cost me £10 million — Telegraph
- Newcastle United FC target Bafetimbi Gomis could be nearer Lyon exit — Newcastle Chronicle
- Nicolas Anelka ‘wanted to quit’ says West Brom manager Steve Clarke — The Guardian
- Tottenham still think they can sign Willian in spite of Chelsea’s £32m bid — Evening Standard
- BT Sport’s Ian Darke on talking a good game — Premier League
- FIFA 14 interview: David Rutter answers YOUR questions — The Mirror
- Italy begin cutting their number of professional clubs — When Saturday Comes
- FIFA’s Valcke wants changes in World Cup bidding — World Football Insider
- Kevin Prince Boateng comes out of international retirement to play for Ghana again — Centauro
- Kenny Miller retires from Scotland duty — The Telegraph
- UEFA hands out life bans to Armenian refs for match-fixing attempt — Inside World Football
- Uefa urged to ban animal slaughter in European competition after Shakhter Karagandy kill sheep — Telegraph
- Borussia Dortmund’s £46m profit without a cup — Evening Standard
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