Thursday, 2 May 2013

All the latest Premier League gossip and transfer news

All the lastest news and gossip, you can use the links to go to the news paper or media which published the story, this will be a daily round up of what the papers have been saying latest Premier League gossip and transfer news

2nd May 2013

Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski is set to turn down a move to Manchester United in favour of staying in Germany and switching to Bayern Munich for £25m.
Chelsea could land manager Jose Mourinho on the cheap this summer and get former Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso as well if the Real Madrid coach returns to Stamford Bridge.Full story: The Independent
However, it could cost the Blues £200m to appoint Mourinho as manager when taking into account the escape clause in his contract and the players he wants to sign.
Manchester City could make Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fernandinho the first signing of their summer.
Aston Villa are ready to turn down offers of £30m in an effort to keep hold of striker Christian Benteke.
Liverpool and Manchester United face another contender for the signature of Torino defender Angelo Ogbonna with Bayern Munich now on his trail.
Chelsea have opened the door on a potential one-year contract extension for Frank Lampard just four months after the midfielder's agent claimed that "in no circumstances" would his player be offered a new deal.
Tottenham are hopeful of signing long-term target Leandro Damiao with the Brazil striker set to leave Internacional for Europe, with Napoli also expressing interest.
Cardiff want to make £7m-rated Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones their first Premier League signing.
Jose Mourinho has been told he will have to accept working under technical director Michael Emenalo if he wants to return to Chelsea.Full story: Daily Mirror
Former Arsenal defender Remi Garde believes the changing face of football may have altered Arsene Wenger's famous principles - but he still expects the Frenchman to snub Paris Saint-Germain's riches this summer.
Newcastle United have not made provisions for relegation in all of the contracts they gave to the players who arrived at St James' Park in January.

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