Latest Paper Talk
Thursday February 20
Arsene Wenger has accused Bayern Munich of 'diving all game' on a disastrous night for Arsenal.
Liverpool are looking to sign Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna in the summer
Manchester United target William Carvalho will be allowed to leave Sporting Lisbon this Summer if a club meets his buy-out clause of 37.5 million pounds.
Holland coach Louis van Gaal has admitted Spurs have been in touch about their manager's job... and said he ONLY wants to manage in England when his contract ends after next summer's World Cup in Brazil.
Manchester United are tracking Barcelona's emerging midfield talent Rafa Alcantara - younger brother of Thiago Alcantara, who they tried to sign last summer before he joined Bayern Munich.
Italian giants Fiorentina are offering Younes Kaboul a big pay-day to quit Tottenham.
Tottenham are watching Argentinos Juniors midfielder Rodrigo Gomez, who is valued at around £3million.
Manchester City and Chelsea are both set to see their summer transfer plans handed a blow, with chief target Blaise Matuidi set to sign finally put pen-to-paper on a new contract with Paris Saint-Germain, according to a report in France.
Arsene Wenger has accused Arjen Robben of diving to get Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny sent off in the 2-0 defeat to Bayern Munich.
Szczesny could face disciplinary action from UEFA after appearing to make an obscene gesture following his dismissal.
Manchester United boss David Moyes was in the stands to watch the Toni Kroos masterclass as the Bayern Munich midfielder's valuation went through the roof at Arsenal.
Manchester City defender Martin Demichelis has taken the blame for his red card against Barcelona in the Champions League and does not blame the referee for sending him off.
Cesc Fabregas has responded to Jose Mourinho's claims that this current Barcelona team is the worst for many years, by saying he should shut up and only talk about Chelsea.
Tottenham defender Michael Dawson has rubbished Juande Ramos' claim that his Spurs stars spent too much time in McDonald's.
Tim Sherwood and Spurs were in limbo last night as to whether their Europa League clash here in Ukraine will go ahead.
Ravel Morrison still hopes to make England's World Cup party this summer - despite dropping into the Sky Bet Championship.
Manchester United are still interested in bringing Chelsea target Luke Shaw to Old Trafford and remain confident a deal can be struck with Southampton.
Samir Nasri has wasted no time launching into trash talk as Manchester City start to psyche themselves up for football's mission impossible at Barcelona.
Cesc Fabregas has told Jose Mourinho to shut up and mind his own business.
Adnan Januzaj will turn down the chance to play for Kosovo, keeping alive England's hopes of getting the Manchester United winger to pledge his allegiance to the Three Lions.
Tough-talking German Felix Magath has accused his predecessor at Fulham, Rene Meulensteen, of 'destabilising' the relegation-threatened club with his tactics and having no clear structure.
Chris Powell is set to be offered a new deal at Charlton to end uncertainty over his future.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger sympathised with Mesut Ozil for missing a penalty and raged at Arjen Robben as he saw his side's hopes of reaching the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time in four years all but obliterated by Bayern Munich last night.
Manuel Pellegrini has been accused of talking "absolute nonsense" by a leading FIFA official after claiming that a Swede should not have been chosen to take charge of Manchester City's Champions League match against Barcelona.
Manchester United face a backlash from season-ticket holders, who have learnt that they will be charged Champions League prices for Europa League seats next season, in the event of the club slipping into the competition.
Gordon Strachan admits David Marshall's wonder save for Cardiff last week has blown the battle for Scotland's number-one shirt wide open.
Neil Lennon has admitted he is flattered to be linked with Norwich but insists his future lies with Celtic.
Jimmy Calderwood has revealed he worked for free during his 29-day stint as De Graafschap manager.