Backed by Qatari millions PSG are building an imperialist insurgence. Zlatan and Thiago Silva followed the recruitment of
Lavezzi and next to be sent to the frontline could be former Ballon d'Or winner Kaka. The Brazilian has a mimi army of
his own after he became the first sportsman on twitter to amass over 10 million followers. Spearheaded by Zlatan the Great,
Sweden's answer to Genghis Khan, world domination cannot be far off. Conquering Europe will be the first task and it
Fellow Qatari rulers Malaga have been quiet in their plans to take over the world and one man leaving the revolution could be Santi Cazorla. Arsenal were beaten to the ambidextrious Asturian last season by Malaga but twittisphere is suggesting the Spaniard is unhappy over wage issues and delayed payments from last year's transfer. Wenger, forever hunting with hawk eyes in the hope of spotting an available diminutive European creative midfielder with slicked back hair is set to swoop in, claw Cazorla up in his talons before gliding back to the Emirates. Arsenal are with rival North London birds of prey Spurs also interested at 2/1.
Alex Ferguson has apparently boasted to 'pals' (the Daily Mirror) that he is confident van Persie will shun the sky blue of City to make a deal in the murky underworld with the red devils. 9/1 little over a week ago, Man United are now
At the other end of the heaven-hell spectrum, the Saints are interested in signing Wilfried Zaha from Crystal Palace. Southampton are