Sunday, 26 April 2015

Sneijder to Man Utd? Falcao to Chelsea FC? Moyes to West Ham?


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Sneijder to Man Utd?
Wesley Sneijder (credit: Koen van Weel/AFP/Getty Images)
The Sun: Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti is eyeing an escape to Manchester City.

Also: Chelsea have been knocked back by Real Madrid after inquiring about stars Gareth Bale and Raphael Varane.

Daily Mirror: Tim Sherwood will move for Hull’s Jake Livermore if the Tigers are relegated.

Also: Newcastle are ready to offer Marseille forward Andre Ayew a lucrative four year contract to move to Tyneside.

Daily Mail: West Ham are planning to move for Real Madrid’s European goal hero Javier Hernandez as part of an extensive summer recruitment programme.

Also: Tottenham are considering a state-of-the-art stadium with a retractable pitch that enables them to become the home of a new NFL London franchise.

Daily Express: Brendan Rodgers has defiantly claimed he will bring success to Liverpool “if I can get the tools” as he said the club must be “forceful” in the transfer market this summer.

Also: David Moyes believes Marouane Fellaini initially suffered at Manchester United because the club failed to sign other players that summer.

Metro: Paris Saint-Germain are set to battle it out with Manchester United for Galatasaray’s Wesley Sneijder.

Also: Chelsea are reportedly ready to beat Liverpool to the shock signing of Radamel Falcao.

And: Liverpool have made an offer to sign Real Madrid’s Asier Illarramendi ahead of Arsenal, according to reports.

Daily Telegraph: Arsène Wenger has not made contact with Cesc Fabregas since the midfielder’s return to England with Chelsea.

Also: Tony Pulis is the manager who has never been relegated, the problem-solver with a reputation in the game for engineering escapology acts.

And: West Ham United have made a fresh move to try to secure an agreement from David Moyes to succeed Sam Allardyce as their next manager.

The Times: Bayern Munich would like to extend Pep Guardiola’s contract as coach beyond the summer of 2016, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, the club’s chairman, has said, a move that would deliver a considerable blow to Manchester City’s plans to recruit the Catalan.

The Guardian: John Carver has implored Newcastle United fans to forget temporarily their differences with the club’s hierarchy and get behind the team in a fixture he has dubbed a “World Cup final” against Swansea City at St James’ Park on Saturday.

The Independent: Arsene Wenger has expressed regret at Cesc Fabregas leaving Arsenal in 2011.

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