José María Callejón Bueno is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Real Madrid as a winger or forward. A product of Real Madrid youth ranks, Callejón made his professional debut for its B team in May 2007. In 2007–08 he appeared in 37 matches and netted 21 times finishing the season as the club's top goalscorer, now in Segunda División B. At the end of the season, Callejón left Real Madrid (with twin brother Juanmi) and signed a four-season contract with RCD Espanyol. On 15 January 2011, Callejón scored twice as Espanyol defeated Sevilla FC away (2–1). On 23 May 2011 Callejón rejoined Real Madrid on a five-year contract, effective as of 1 July, for a reported fee of €5.5 million. On 16 July he played his first match for theMerengues, in a 4–1 friendly win with the Los Angeles Galaxy, scoring the first goal of the game in the 30th minute. On 14 January 2012 Callejón scored the winner in a 2–1 success at Mallorca. Callejón made his debut for the Spanish under-21 team on 25 March 2008 against Kazakhstan, in a Euro 2009 qualifier.
Rumour: Chelsea monitoring the situation of Napoli forward Jose Callejon
Chelsea are monitoring the situation of Napoli forward Jose Callejon ahead of the possibility of lodging a bid for the Spaniard this summer, report TalkSPORT. The 27-year-old has become a central figure in Rafael Benitez’s Serie A outfit, helping them to a third place finish in the league, along with a Coppa Italia victory, although his [...]The post Chelsea monitoring the situation of Napoli forward Jose Callejon appeared first on Squawka News.
Rumour: Chelsea looking to sign former Real Madrid winger
Chelsea’s transfer activity took another interesting turn on Tuesday as the Daily Star write that the London club are looking at signing Jose Callejon. The Napoli winger, 27, would cost £26 million according to the report Callejon played under Mourinho at Real Madrid but, like the Portuguese boss, left in the summer in an £8 [...]The post Chelsea look to bolster their strikeforce with Napoli’s Jose Callejon appeared first on Squawka News.
Napoli 2-0 Arsenal: Arsenal’s fullbacks pulled narrow as Napoli thrive with Rafa’s second half tactics
Congested fixtures finally seems to be catching up with Arsene Wenger as the North London team dropped points in 2 consecutive games for the first time this season. Wenger’s tremendous away record in the Champion’s League, which has seen him register huge wins at Munich and Dortmund, was finally ended when inspired second half changes … Continue reading »
Napoli vs Arsenal: Three tactical battles that will decide the game
Premier League leaders Arsenal fly to Italy to take on Rafa Benitez’s Napoli, hoping to avoid a defeat by three goals or more in order to advance in the knockout phase of this year’s Champions League. Arsene Wenger’s side are more than capable of toppling the Partenopei, but a travel to Stadio San Paolo has always […]The post Napoli vs Arsenal: Three Tactical Battles To Look Forward To appeared first on SoccerSouls.