Daily Football Round-Up Wednesday 23rd January

After beating Aston Villa over two legs to reach the final of the Capital One Cup, Bradford City will tonight find out whether they will face Chelsea or Swansea City at Wembley in February.

 

Michu has signed a new deal at Swansea that will keep him at the club until 2016. The Spaniard joined the Welsh club in the summer for just £2.2 million and has impressed almost everyone with his performances so far.

 

Sir Alex Ferguson and Andre Villas Boas both watched Celtic’s 4-0 home win last night with Gary Hooper and Victor Wanyama in the coaches scouting briefs. Wanyama scored a goal in between a Hooper double as the Glasgow club cruised to victory.

 

Chelsea’s hopes of building a new stadium in Earls Court have been dashed as the Fulham and Hammersmith council have announced 7,583 new homes will be built in the area instead.

 

Yoan Gouffran and Massadio Haidara have arrived in Newcastle today as they prepare to undergo medicals at the club ahead of their moves from Bordeaux and Nancy respectively.

 

Gianluigi Buffon has signed a new contract that will keep him at Juventus until 2015.

 

Norwich have signed Lee Camp from Nottingham Forest on free transfer until the end of the season.

 

Xavi is expected to sign a two-year contract extension at Barcelona on Monday, Carles Puyol commited himself to the club until 2016 earlier this week and Lionel Messi is expected to sign a deal in the next few weeks that will keep him at the club until 2018.

 

QPR target Yann M’Vila is currently undergoing a medical for Russian club Rubin kazan, according to a statement released by the French club.

 

Tottenham have decided against recalling Danny Rose early from his loan spell at Sunderland, meaning he will remain at the Black Cats until the end of the season.

 

Argentinian club San Lorenzo have announced they will not be signing Newcastle defender Fabricio Collocini. Negotiations between both clubs have been on-going but a deal could not be struck and Collocini will remain in England.