Wednesday, 12 February 2014

All the latest Premier League gossip and transfer news

All the latest 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

12th Feb 2014

Striker Lukas Podolski has claimed there was never any chance of him leaving Arsenal last month.Full story: London Evening Standard 

Arsenal are keen on signing Wolfsburg attacking midfielder Maximilian Arnold but face competition from Italian champions Juventus for the Germany Under-21 international.
Chelsea attacking midfielder Eden Hazard says he is flattered by reported interest from French champions Paris St-Germain - but insists he has no intention of leaving the Premier League leaders.
Manchester United target Arturo Vidal has pledged his future to Juventus by agreeing a new deal worth £200,000 per week until 2018.
Former Manchester United midfielder Ravel Morrison was wanted by Fulham in January, but the West Ham man is now expected to join Queens Park Rangers on loan.
Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has rubbished reports linking him with a move to Arsenal, insisting the speculation is "embarrassing".
Tim Sherwood admits Tottenham could lose their top stars if they fail to qualify for next season's Champions League.
Former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini is planning to sign City defender Matija Nastasic for new club Galatasaray this summer.
Defender Martin Skrtel admits he thought about walking away from Liverpool last summer.
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes is sure the club will climb the Premier League table and return to its best.
Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has confirmed the club will be splashing the cash this summer in an attempt to address their worrying on-field performances.
Ex-Cardiff City striker Peter Odemwingie has revealed he was "frustrated" by the style of football played under Malky Mackay, labelling it only "effective in the Championship".
Sam Allardyce reckons the prospect of a warm-weather training camp in Dubai has inspired his West Ham players.
Former Man Utd captain Roy Keane says the failure to bring in enough top-quality players in recent years has finally caught up with the club and has left Sir Alex Ferguson's successor Moyes with a huge re-building job.
England manager Roy Hodgson will clarify on Wednesday whether Chelsea captain John Terry has an international future after a public clamour for the defender's recall.
Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood has admitted he fears for his job in the summer even if he can bring Champions League football back to Spurs after three years away from the competition.
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero and midfielder Fernandinho are unlikely to be fit for the club's Champions League first-leg match against Spanish champions Barcelona next week.
Barcelona are expected to welcome back £50m forward Neymar for the Etihad Stadium clash. The Brazilian, who has been out since 16 January with an ankle injury, has been named in the Catalans' squad for their Copa del Rey semi-final on Wednesday.

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