Saturday, 11 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

11th May 2013

Manchester United are considering a £30m bid for Real Madrid's French international forward Karim Benzema and could let Wayne Rooney leave for £25m.
Turkish side Galatasaray want to sign Chelsea defender John Terry and Fulham striker Dimitar Berbatov.
Arsenal have made Fiorentina forward Stevan Jovetic their top summer target and are confident of landing him for a bargain price.
Manchester City are lining up a £25m bid for Sevilla's winger Jesus Navas.
Ajax's defender Toby Alderweireld has indicated his interest in a move to Liverpool but does not want to sign for Manchester City.
Loic Remy will leave Queens Park Rangers this summer, with Inter Milan and Napoli interested in the striker.
Stoke have agreed terms with English-born Australian defender Alex Grant who came through the youth ranks at Portsmouth.
On the eve of the FA Cup final between Manchester City and Wigan, reports from Spain claim City manager Roberto Mancini is set to be replaced by Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini.
It will be a double Manchester United retirement on Sunday, as midfielder Paul Scholes will quit playing - for the second time - to become a coach at Old Trafford.
Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay has been approached by Everton as a potential replacement for Manchester United-bound David Moyes.
Terry Venables says Tottenham maestro Gareth Bale is the "calibre of player" new boss Moyes should sign at Manchester United.
Ex-England coach, Fabio Capello, says Sir Alex Ferguson chose to retire as United boss because of "excess stress".
United have promised Moyes he will have the final say on whether to sell forward Wayne Rooney at the end of the season.
Newcastle have put their transfer plans on hold until their Premier League safety is assured.
Magpies boss Alan Pardew says he is keen to hold "clear the air" talks with owner Mike Ashley.

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