Thursday, 28 November 2013

Martinez to Chelsea FC? Sandro to Man Utd? Tottenham to sack AVB?


Share/Bookmark
Jackson Martinez 
The Sun: Ryan Giggs inspired record-breaking Manchester United into the last 16.

Daily Mirror: Golden Oldie Ryan Giggs inspired United to their biggest away win the Champions League.

Also: Chelsea have held secret talks about a £30million January move for Porto striker Jackson Martinez.

And: Tottenham are ready to make a January swoop for Chelsea's Champions League slayer Mohamed Salah.

Daily Star: Andre Villas-Boas came out fighting last night and insisted he was not facing the axe as Spurs boss.

Also: Manchester United booked their place in the Champions League last-16 with their best performance of the season last night.


Daily Mail: Wayne Rooney ran the show as Manchester United secured their place in the last 16 of the Champions League with a 5-0 win at Bayer Leverkusen.

Also: Former Roma coach Luis Enrique is the shock name being considered by Tottenham if they decide to sack Andre Villas-Boas.


Daily Express: Manchester United cruised into the Champions League last 16 thanks to their biggest European away win in almost 50 years.

Also: Andre Villas-Boas claims his job is not under threat after convincing his board in a brief meeting that the 6-0 weekend drubbing by Manchester City was a one-off.

And: Chelsea have the upper hand over Manchester United and Liverpool in the race for Sevilla's Croatian midfielder Ivan Rakitic.

Plus: Manchester United have turned their attentions to Porto's Brazilian international Alex Sandro as they continue their search for the long-term replacement for Patrice Evra.

Metro: Porto striker Jackson Martinez is said to be on the verge of completing a transfer to Chelsea.

Also: Six people – including at least three footballers – have been arrested on suspicion of fixing matches in Britain for an Asian betting syndicate.

Daily Telegraph: Manchester United charged irrepressibly into the last 16 of the Champions League with a spectacular victory that had their fans singing all manner of songs in praise of David Moyes.

Also: Preparations for the World Cup finals in Brazil next year have been thrown into chaos after a crane crashed into the stadium due to host the opening match in Sao Paulo, killing two workers.

The Times: Manchester United recorded their biggest away win in Europe since 1965 as a 5-0 victory over Bayer Leverkusen took them into the Champions League knockout stage with a game to spare.

The Guardian: David Moyes was not expected to be 'a fish in water' at Manchester United, according to Jose Mourinho, but he is adapting swimmingly to life in the Champions League.

Also: Andre Villas-Boas says he will emerge from his crisis at Tottenham Hotspur, describing himself as 'immune' to the criticism that would have unnerved him at his previous club, Chelsea.

The Independent: David Moyes seems to be getting the hang of the Champions League.

Also: A defiant Andre Villas-Boas insisted last night that he does not fear for his job as Tottenham Hotspur manager despite Sunday's 6-0 defeat to Manchester City.
CrunchSports

No comments:

Post a comment