(CNN) -- Cristiano Ronaldo's transfer to Real Madrid may have grabbed all the headlines but here at CNN we hope to pull a major transfer coup of our own - by signing up some of you!
Michael Parker has been picked to be CNN's iReporter for Arsenal.
As part of our coverage of the European Champions League we are keen to recruit fans who would like to be reporters for their club for CNN.
The clips of your reports will appear on our Football Fanzone Web site and the World Sport television program throughout the season.
All you need to do is upload a short video of yourself telling us why you should be chosen, we are keen to hear your thoughts and views on the game.
Real Madrid face Marseille in the next round of fixtures -- as a Real fan do you think Ronaldo will inspire victory at the Santiago Bernabeu? Is Kaka proving to be worth all of the money Real paid AC Milan for him?
Manchester United are also in action when they take on German champions Wolfsburg at Old Trafford and we want Red Devil fans to let us know what they think about their side.
Already Arsenal fan Michael Parker - Watch Michael's iReport - and Barcelona supporter Jonathan Moynihan - Watch Jonathan's iReport - have been sounding off about all things to do with the Gunners and the Catalan giants so this is your chance to become the face of your club.
During the season we will be looking for fans of all the teams involved in the Champions League to join our team. Whether you are a Manchester United fan from Manila, a Real Madrid fan from Reno or an AC Milan supporter from Accra.
All you need to do is follow theiReport link and upload a short video to convince us why you should be CNN's next football correspondent.