Friday, 14 March 2014

Costa to Chelsea FC? Martinez to Arsenal FC? Mandzukic to Man Utd?


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Diego Costa (credit: JAVIER SORIANO/AFP/Getty Images)
The Sun: Robin van Persie insists he is happy with David Moyes and wants to spend the rest of his career at Manchester United.

Also: Chelsea have joined the hunt for Sheffield United's £7m-rated Harry Maguire.

Daily Mirror: Yaya Toure has accused Jose Mourinho of talking too much and not showing other clubs enough respect.

Also: Pepe Mel admits he could be sacked if his West Brom side fail to win away to Swansea this weekend.

And: Arsene Wenger is set to take action against Nicklas Bendtner following allegations the Arsenal striker threatened a taxi driver while drunk.

Daily Star: Roberto Martinez has emerged as the leading candidate to succeed Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.

Also: Newcastle will launch their second bid to sign Arsenal and Manchester United target Remy Cabella this summer.

Daily Mail: Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood is leaning towards a 'buy British-based' recruitment policy.

Also: Arsene Wenger is interested in launching a summer move for Valencia striker Francisco Alcacer.

And: Jermain Defoe remains hopeful he can secure a place in England's World Cup squad after his move to the MLS.

Daily Express: Tottenham, West Ham and Fulham are to fight off foreign interest in Charlton starlet Diego Poyet, son of Sunderland boss and Chelsea legend Gus Poyet.

Also: Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea have been handed a boost in the race to sign Bayern Munich forward Mario Mandzukic as Wolfsburg insist a summer bid is 'unlikely'.

Metro: Chelsea are ready to go all out to sign Diego Costa from Atletico Madrid in the summer after making him their top transfer target.

Also: Arsenal will look to sign a new goalkeeper in the summer after Lukasz Fabianski told Arsene Wenger he will quit the club.

Daily Telegraph: Lukasz Fabianski has sparked a summer battle for his signature after turning down a last-ditch attempt by Arsenal to convince him to stay.

The Guardian: Daniel Sturridge believes that it does not matter that he and Luis Suárez are hard on each other during matches, saying that their occasionally fiery relationship has been a crucial factor in Liverpool's title challenge rather than harming morale.

Also: Carson Yeung, now serving a six-year prison sentence in Hong Kong for money laundering, was convicted of two other criminal offences in the past decade yet the Premier League still allowed him to take over Birmingham City in 2009 and remain chairman in 2010.

The Independent: Anti-racism group Kick It Out has called on the Football Association to double its minimum ban for racist offences from five matches to 10 following the Nicolas Anelka ruling.
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