Global Sports : Monday’s Paper Talk

posted in: News | 0

The top stories and transfer rumours from Monday’s national newspapers.
DAILY MIRROR
Manchester United would have to take a £10million hit if they want to cut their losses on Angel Di Maria.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says an FA Cup win over Manchester United could deal a huge psychological blow in the race for a Champions League spot.
Morgan Schneiderlin expects to leave Southampton in the summer – he is stalling on signing a £60,000-a-week contract offered to him by the club.
DAILY STAR
Everton are reportedly interested in taking Barcelona teenager Munir El Haddadi on loan next season.
THE SUN
Former Chelsea defender Frank Leboeuf says Stamford Bridge lacks atmosphere nowadays claiming the fans have become too used to success and are no longer ‘boiling hot.’
Manchester United No 2 Ryan Giggs believes underfire Angel di Maria will finally click saying: ‘He’s like me. He takes risks and will try difficult balls. I’m sure like big players, in big games, he will rise to it and be a match winner for us.’
DAILY MAIL
West Brom manager Tony Pulis is seeking a rule change that would allow clubs to appeal yellow cards.
DAILY EXPRESS
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho wants the board to offer Branislav Ivanovic a longer contract. His current deal ends in 2016.
Reading manager Steve Clarke believes the FA ‘are devaluing their own competition’ by forcing the Royals to play a sixth round replay against Bradford next Monday to avoid a confrontation with UEFA.
Norwich boss Alex Neil has urged Millwall fans to get behind their underfire manager Ian Holloway.

Previous Chapter
Next Chapter

Leave a Reply