Saturday, 25 April 2015

Ayew to Liverpool FC? Man Utd to keep striker? Mirallas to Tottenham?

Andre Ayew to Liverpool FC?
Andre Ayew (credit: CHARLY TRIBALLEAU/AFP/Getty Images)
The Sun: Alan Pardew is ready to launch a £10million raid to grab Tim Krul from old club Newcastle.

Also: Fernando Torres has revealed a Liverpool legend advised him to quit the club for Chelsea.

Daily Mirror: Fernando Torres has named Steven Gerrard as the best player he has ever played with.

Daily Star: Manchester United believe they are still in pole position to sign £25m Dutch sensation Memphis Depay.

Also: Rafa Benitez is willing to become the interim boss at Manchester City.

Daily Mail: Scott Sinclair has confirmed he wants to sign permanently for Aston Villa at the end of the season.

Also: Relegation-threatened Romanian club Ceahlaul Piatra Neamt have sacked Brazilian coach Ze Maria for the second time in a week.

Daily Express: Manchester United have been handed a huge boost with Real Madrid reportedly set to turn their attentions to Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic.

Also: West Ham chief Karren Brady has rubbished suggestions that the club had approached Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp.

Metro: Liverpool look set to secure the long-term services of Martin Skrtel who is close to finalising a new deal with the club, according to his agent.

Also: Manchester United are in talks with French club Monaco over extending the stay of Radamel Falcao.

And: Andre Ayew is reportedly set to accept a transfer to Liverpool if they up their contract offer to £42,000-a-week.

Daily Telegraph: Tottenham Hotspur are confident of signing the Everton winger Kevin Mirallas after Atlético Madrid dropped their interest in the Belgian.

Also: Arsenal still want to give Abou Diaby a final chance to resurrect his career and will consider a pay-as-you-play deal or an arrangement that allows him to continue training at the club even if he does not prove his first team fitness by the end of the season.

The Times: Yaya Touré has cast fresh doubt over his future at Manchester City by claiming that he is open to “new challenges” and would not stay at a club for the money.

Also: Liverpool’s attempts to bring an end to Daniel Sturridge’s injury problems will lead to the forward being given a tailored training programme this summer.

The Guardian: Hugo Lloris will consider his future at the end of the season if and more likely when Tottenham Hotspur do not qualify for the Champions League.

The Independent: Liverpool are hopeful of following up the long-term deal for Jordan Henderson with another for Jordon Ibe, the 19-year-old who has a year left on his contract to run after this season.

Also: Manchester United's desperation to stop any slippage from the top in the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era was laid bare today as new figures reveal they now have the highest wage bill in the Premier League.


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