Thursday, 30 April 2015

Bale to Chelsea FC? Pedro to Arsenal FC? Lloris to Man Utd?

Arsenal are reportedly set to make a £24million transfer bid to land Barcelona winger Pedro
Pedro (credit: JOSEP LAGO/AFP/Getty Images)
The Sun: Real Madrid could offer Gareth Bale to a Premier League club for one of their top stars of this season - Chelsea's Eden Hazard.

Also: are preparing for a huge summer exodus. SunSport understands Cheick Tiote and Papiss Cisse top the list of stars Toon are willing to sell.

Daily Mirror: Manchester City are set to ignore Arsene Wenger’s warning and launch a £30million bid for Jack Wilshere.

Also: Inter Milan will retire their No.4 shirt in honour of legendary former player Javier Zanetti.

Daily Star: Jose Mourinho insists Roman Abramovich loves the way Chelsea are winning the title.

Also: Former Manchester United flop Bebe is being lined up for a shock return to English football with Reading.

Daily Mail: Robin van Persie has given Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal a boost by revealing he wishes to stay at Old Trafford beyond the summer.

Also: Aston Villa are the latest club showing interest in Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford.

And: Bayern Munich legend Franz Beckenbauer believes Jurgen Klopp could succeed Pep Guardiola at the Allianz Arena.

Daily Express: Arsenal will begin their summer bid to overhaul Chelsea at the summit of the Premier League with a £24 million move for Barcelona winger Pedro.

Also: An Arsenal supporter made his girlfriend take a test on the club - to keep their relationship alive.

Metro: Manchester United appear to have received a huge transfer boost after reports emerged that Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris has a release clause in his contract allowing him to join any Champions League club for just £14million should Spurs not qualify themselves.

Also: Arsenal are reportedly set to make a £24million transfer bid to land Barcelona winger Pedro Rodriguez as the Spaniard heads towards the Camp Nou exit door.

Daily Telegraph: Jose Mourinho believes the Professional Footballers’ Association Team of the Year would not win the Premier League title – because it does not have enough Chelsea players.

The Guardian: John Terry has pointed to Chelsea’s resilience and ability to dig deeper than those among the chasing pack as key to the team’s imminent title success this season, arguing neat and tidy possession football is meaningless if it does not yield victories.


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