Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Casillas to Arsenal FC? Man Utd striker injured? De Gea to Real Madrid CF?

De Gea to Real Madrid
David De Gea
The Sun: Iker Casillas wants to join Arsenal in a shock switch from Real Madrid this summer — which could spell the end for Manchester United’s hopes of keeping David De Gea.

Daily Mirror: Everton, Newcastle and Stoke have indicated they are ready to meet Yannick Bolasie's £15million asking price.

Also: Louis van Gaal gave his Manchester United flops the hairdryer treatment in a lengthy training ground rant on Monday.

Daily Star: John Obi Mikel's agent has failed to dismiss reports of his client making a high-profile switch to Real Madrid.

Daily Mail: Real Madrid have 48 hours to make a decision on Javier Hernandez as the clock runs down on their first option to buy the Manchester United striker.

Also: The FA Cup, the oldest knockout football competition in the world, is set to be rebranded as the Emirates FA Cup in a new £30million sponsorship deal.

Daily Express: Wayne Rooney is set to be ruled out of Manchester United’s next two matches amid fears he could miss the rest of the season.

Metro: Manchester United are reportedly close to tying David De Gea down to a new contract at Old Trafford despite mounting interest from Real Madrid.

Also: Liverpool transfer target Memphis Depay dropped a massive hint he is joining them by reportedly ‘liking’ a Facebook post welcoming him to the club.

Daily Telegraph: As Chelsea’s youngsters danced on the winners’ podium on Monday, celebrating their second consecutive FA Youth Cup triumph, a couple of them may have thought they had secured their future as professional footballers.

The Times: Steve Bruce will remind his Hull City players that the job of securing Barclays Premier League survival is not done, despite a crucial 1-0 home victory against Liverpool last night.

Also: There are not too many footballers who know and understand José Mourinho as clearly as Esteban Cambiasso.

And: José Mourinho said last night that Chelsea can cope with the impending departures of many of their senior players as he provides the only leadership that matters at Stamford Bridge.

The Independent: Manchester United appear increasingly confident that they have won their battle to retain goalkeeper David De Gea’s services for at least one more season, despite the lack of a contract breakthrough which has raised the threat of him moving to Real Madrid.


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