Eto'o undecided on where he is going
Samuel Eto'o confirmed he is in talks with the Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala but said his future is far from decided. The Cameroon striker, 30, said he could yet stay with Inter Milan or even head to England. Anzhi are in advanced negotiations with Inter for Eto'o in a reported €30 million (Dh159m) transfer. However, speaking at a news conference, Eto'o said:"There's nothing to say I'll leave and nothing to say I'll stay - there could still be a surprise from England."
ITALY SERIE A
Donadoni already out at Caligari
Roberto Donadoni, the former Italy manager, has been dismissed by Serie A side Cagliari, two weeks before the 2011/12 season starts. Donadoni, a former AC Milan midfielder, had been in charge of the club since last November, leading them to 14th in Serie A despite loaning Alessandro Matri, the top scorer, to Juventus halfway through last season.
US MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER
Galaxy may be keen on Keane
The Los Angeles Galaxy have declined to confirm they are targeting a move for Tottenham Hotspur's Robbie Keane. Reports have claimed the Galaxy want to bring Keane, 31, to Major League Soccer. Asked specifically to comment, a spokesman for the Galaxy said: "As soon as we have something confirmed ... we will be sure to alert everyone."
Gustavo hands Bayern victory
Bayern Munich scored an injury-time winner at Wolfsburg to kick start their Bundesliga season, after they had lost suprisingly at home to Borussia Monchengladbach last week. Brazilian midfielder Luiz Gustavo side-footed home in the 90th minute to register a first league win for the new coach, Jupp Heynckes, in his third stint at the club.