Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Dzeko to Liverpool FC? Coentrao to Man Utd? Milner to Arsenal FC?

Liverpool are showing interest in Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko
Edin Dzeko (credit: Alex Livesey/Getty Images)
The Sun: Gary Neville has urged Manchester United to use David De Gea as leverage to seal the deal for Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale.

Daily Mirror: Ashley Williams has admitted he is happy Swansea missed out on the Europa League.

Also: Jose Mourinho insists he is powerless to stop Petr Cech joining Arsenal.

Daily Star: James Milner looks set to snub a mega £34m offer from Manchester City in favour of joining Arsenal.

Daily Mail: Gareth Southgate's club-versus-country row with Manchester United has taken a dramatic twist after it emerged that Luke Shaw wants to play in this summer’s European Under 21 Championship.

Also: Liverpool are showing interest in Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko.

Daily Express: Scott Sinclair is set to make his loan move to Aston Villa from Manchester City permanent now that the Midlands club have guaranteed their Premier League status.

Also: David Moyes is ready to raid former club Everton to try and lure Bryan Oviedo to Spain.

Metro: Real Madrid have opened the bidding for David De Gea after reportedly offering £14.5million plus Fabio Coentrao for his services.

Daily Telegraph: First came the PR disaster. Now Raheem Sterling is hoping some good old-fashioned political warfare will get him out of Liverpool.

The Times: Arsène Wenger is planning to sit down with Theo Walcott to discuss his future after the FA Cup final at the end of the month. The Arsenal winger has just one year remaining on his contract at the Emirates Stadium but has not been offered a new deal.

The Guardian: Real Madrid have refused to say whether Carlo Ancelotti will stay on next season although the coach has said he would like another tilt at the Champions League with the Spanish giants.

Also: Adam Lallana believes Liverpool require more from every player next season to compensate for the loss of Steven Gerrard after describing his own first campaign at Anfield as very average.

The Independent: Mauricio Pochettino is concerned that Harry Kane will have to miss the start of next season for Tottenham Hotspur in order that he gets enough rest after playing for Gareth Southgate’s England Under-21s at the European championships next month.

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