Michel Salgado talks candidly about the current Spain side and still being in the dark about Blackburn.
Steve Kean admits Blackburn are in a position where they will have to listen to any offers for Junior Hoilett, as his contract is running down.
Michel Salgado is the latest big name being targeted by clubs in China, skysports.com can reveal.
Michel Salgado has claimed that he is fit but is not being allowed to play for Blackburn by the owners and manager Steve Kean.
Steve Kean has confirmed veteran defender Michel Salgado can leave Blackburn when the transfer window opens next month.
Steve Kean has been left sweating over the fitness of Scott Dann, Gael Givet and Michel Salgado following the 3-1 defeat to Newcastle.
Michel Salgado has warned Blackburn Rovers they need to stop speculating about the likes of Raul.
Michel Salgado claims Manchester City will never have the same pulling power as his old club Real Madrid.
Blackburn's pursuit of David Beckham is the reason they are in relegation danger, according to Michel Salgado.
Blackburn defender Michel Salgado wants three points against West Ham to help secure Premier League safety.
Michel Salgado insists Blackburn must concentrate on survival rather than looking at future signings.
Blackburn defender Michel Salgado believes manager Steve Kean is doing a good job under pressure.
Michel Salgado has agreed a contract extension to keep him at Blackburn until the end of next season.
Steve Kean has revealed that a number of players, including Chris Samba and Ryan Nelsen, are to pen new deals.
Blackburn Rovers veteran Michel Salgado has confirmed he would like to extend his Ewood Park stay.
Blackburn's Michel Salgado feels the club are better off without superstars Ronaldinho and David Beckham.
Michel Salgado has thanked axed Blackburn boss Sam Allardyce for bringing him to the Premier League.
Michel Salgado believes Sam Allardyce would be the ideal candidate to replace Fabio Capello as England boss.
Sam Allardyce believes Manchester City could 'buy the title' if they manage themselves correctly.
Michel Salgado believes Manchester City's biggest challenge will be keeping their big names happy.