Friday, 28 February 2014

RVP to escape action

Robin van Persie: Blasted his team-mates
  • Robin van Persie's damning verdict of Manchester United has infuriated his team-mates.
  • Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster is wanted by a host of top European clubs, with Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, AC Milan and Juventus all in the frame.
  • Newcastle defender Steven Taylor is a £3.5 million summer target for Hull.
  • Juventus and Inter Milan are fighting it out to sign Southampton's Dani Osvaldo.
  • French midfielder Steven Nzonzi wants to quit Stoke.
Daily Mirror
  • West Brom striker Nicolas Anelka's career could be over after he was hammered by the FA for his 'quenelle' gesture.
  • Brendan Rodgers has dismissed the prospect of Pepe Reina returning to Liverpool after his loan at Napoli.
  • Robin van Persie has apologised to his Manchester United team-mates and said he was not criticising them with his comments after the defeat at Olympiakos.
  • West Brom boss Pepe Mel's position has been further weakened by the departure of Dave McDonough, the club's director of technical performance and scouting.
  • Newcastle manager Alan Pardew expects to be backed with substantial transfer funds in the summer.
  • Inter Milan are trying to revive a deal for Tottenham misfit Etienne Capoue.
  • Aston Villa full-back Alan Hutton is in talks with Bolton about an emergency loan deal.
  • Young Manchester United defender Michael Keane is a target for Championship side Blackburn.
Daily Star
  • England boss Roy Hodgson has warned his big names he is ready to be a World Cup heart-breaker.
  • West Brom striker Nicolas Anelka is set to turn his back on English football.
  • Robin van Persie will not be punished for blasting his Manchester United team-mates.
  • Brendan Rodgers has slammed the door shut on Pepe Reina coming back to Liverpool.
  • Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero is winning his battle to be fit for Sunday's Capital One Cup final.
Daily Express
  • Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard wants English football's governing bodies to look after their Champions League teams.
  • Former Chelsea and Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas wants to manage in the Premier League again.
  • Aidy Boothroyd, who was sacked by Northampton in December, is set to be named the new England U20 coach.
Daily Mail
  • England's WAGS have been given the green light to accompany the World Cup squad to Miami this summer.
  • Patrice Evra could be the next Manchester United player to join Inter Milan.
The Guardian
  • Frank Lampard has bemoaned a perceived lack of support offered to English clubs in Europe by the domestic game's governing bodies.
The Times
  • The FA Commission on England's talent crisis has been delayed until after the World Cup with Roy Hodgson fearing a debate about the national team's failings could overshadow his preparations for the tournament in Brazil.
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