22nd April 2013
Liverpool are under mounting pressure to sell Luis Suarez after the striker bit Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic during Sunday's 2-2 Premier League draw at Anfield.
Manager Brendan Rodgers has warned the Uruguay international that no player at Anfield is irreplaceable.
Former referee Graham Poll has called on Suarez to be banned over the incident.
Steven Howard, the Sun's chief sports writer, believes that Liverpool should sell Suarez, writing: "Now Liverpool must wash their hands of him after yesterday's events at Anfield."
Oliver Kay, chief football correspondent of the Times, described the biting incident as "disturbing", writing: "Just like when he bit Otman Bakkal on the shoulder when playing for Ajax against PSV Eindhoven in November 2010, it looked like instinct - and that, whether you are one of the best footballers in the world or a two-year-old in a nursery, is a disturbing instinct to have."
Daily Telegraph football correspondent Henry Winter has called Suarez a "liability", adding: "Liverpool will survive if the shamed Suarez is sold."
ony Evans, football editor of the Times, agrees that Suarez should be banned for up to eight matches. "Yet those who call for Suarez to be thrown out of the game have succumbed to hysteria," he adds.
Boxer Mike Tyson is now following Luis Suarez on Twitter after the Liverpool striker bit Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic during Sunday's match between the two clubs.
Borussia Dortmund forward Robert Lewandowski will wait to discover whether Manchester United keep Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez before deciding whether to move to Old Trafford.
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Tottenham are keen to sign former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song who has struggled to get into the team at Barcelona this season.
Everton boss David Moyes wants to improve his attacking options for next season with a £5m deal for FC Copenhagen striker Andreas Cornelius.
Fulham have opened talks about a £5.1m summer deal for Roma goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes patience is required if the club are to bring back the glory days - or, failing that, a huge transfer fund.
Cardiff manager Malky Mackay has emerged as a leading candidate for the Everton job should David Moyes leave Goodison Park this summer.
Manchester City have added Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone and PSG boss Carlo Ancelotti to their four-man shortlist to succeed Roberto Mancini this summer, alongside Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini and Borussia Dortmund's Jurgen Klopp.
Mancini says that the attitude of his players has effectively handed Manchester United the Premier League title.Full story: the Guardian
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has backed his players to set a new Premier League record of 96 points by winning their final five matches.
Ferguson is confident that centre-back Rio Ferdinand will sign a new deal to stay at United.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert believes a party-like atmosphere at Old Trafford could help his side spoil Manchester United's hopes of clinching the Premier League title tonight.
Southampton striker Rickie Lambert says the PFA Player of the Year snub for Swansea's Michu proves there is a bias against "smaller" clubs.
Rafael Benitez has earned some rare praise at Chelsea, with Blues defender David Luiz revealing he loves the way the Spaniard encourages his team to play.