Monday, 18 May 2015

Higuain to Arsenal FC? Jovetic to Liverpool FC? Lambert to AFC Bournemouth?

Stevan Jovetic to Liverpool
Stevan Jovetic (credit: Alex Livesey/Getty Images)
The Sun: Yaya Toure has been offered a staggering £8million a season to finish his career in the Middle East.

Also: Dick Advocaat will quit Sunderland at the end of the season — even if he completes their great escape.

Daily Mirror: Rickie Lambert is being lined up for a sensational return to the south coast by Premier League new-boys Bournemouth.

Also: Brendan Rodgers wants to sign Manchester City misfit Stevan Jovetic.

Daily Star: Jose Mourinho has hit out at greedy parents and agents who demand too much too young for their kids.

Also: Steven Gerrard was let down by his Liverpool team-mates as his Anfield farewell ended in defeat.

Daily Mail: Manchester City have been warned off a move for £40million rated Wolfsburg midfielder Kevin De Bruyne by the club's CEO who called the playmaker 'unsellable'.

Also: Steve Bruce wants to explore the possibility of weekly in-house drugs testing at Hull after the debacle of Jake Livermore's cocaine suspension.

And: The Brazilian national football team has been picked by its commercial partners since 2006 with only players who are 'marketable' enough called up, according to astonishing allegations in a Sao Paulo newspaper.

Daily Express: Manuel Pellegrini has told James Milner staying at Manchester City would be best for the midfielder's career after his goal helped them beat Swansea and close in on a second-placed finish.

Metro: Arsenal have reportedly tabled a transfer offer for Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain.

The Times: Alan Pardew believes there is no need for Crystal Palace to sell any of their most coveted players this summer despite growing interest in Yannick Bolasie and Scott Dann, the club’s two most outstanding performers this season.

The Guardian: José Mourinho believes Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s progress into the first-team squad at Chelsea this season will serve as a truer inspiration for the club’s academy players than the junior team’s success in winning the FA Youth Cup and Uefa Youth League.


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