Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Ings to Man Utd? Clyne to Chelsea FC? Man City to sack Pellegrini?

Manuel Pellegrini (credit: Michael Regan/Getty Images)
The Sun: Carlo Ancelotti are on alert after Carlo Ancelotti admitted he could be given the boot in the summer.

Also: Didier Drogba has revealed he will play for one more season.

Daily Mirror: Manchester City are weighing up a summer bid for Tottenham’s Danny Rose as part of their summer re-building plans.

Also: Ashley Young is willing to take a pay cut to stay at Manchester United on a long-term deal.

Daily Star: Lazio are prepared to rival West Ham, Liverpool and Tottenham for the signature of Manchester United outcast Javier Hernandez.

Also: Manchester City are considering a stunning move for Rafa Benitez.

Daily Mail: Manchester United have become favourites to sign Danny Ings after holding talks with Burnley about a summer deal.

Also: Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim has reignited his feud with Arsene Wenger by claiming Champions League quarter-final opponents Juventus are by far the better team.

Daily Express: Manuel Pellegrini must keep crisis-hit Manchester City in the Premier League’s top four if he is to stand any chance of avoiding the sack.

Metro: Manchester United’s chances of holding onto David De Gea have been significantly boosted after Carlo Ancelotti revealed he doesn’t want Iker Casillas to leave in the summer transfer window.

Also: Arsenal are reportedly set to make a bid to sign Asier Illarramendi this summer as he prepares to leave Real Madrid.

Daily Telegraph: Manchester City are prepared to off­load as many as six of the team who helped to secure the Premier League title last season with the club’s hierarchy losing patience with Manuel Pellegrini’s underperforming squad.

Also: Manchester United and Chelsea have been encouraged to make a summer bid for Nathaniel Clyne after the ­England right-back was dropped on Saturday by Southampton and then described himself as “flattered by the interest from the big clubs”.

The Guardian: Manchester City are ready to sack Manuel Pellegrini if the club fear Champions League qualification is in danger. There is a recognition that finishing outside the top four will make it particularly difficult to attract the players required for the summer’s rebuild of the squad.

The Independent: David Ospina has a higher win ratio that any other player in Premier League history.

Also: Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood has replied to a six-year-old fan who he beat to the vacant managerial job at Villa Park.

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