Global Sports : Morning Paper Talk

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Latest football stories and gossip from Saturday morning’s national newspapers.
Sam Allardyce is still concerned for his future as West Ham boss, stating his job may still not be safe even if he turns the club’s fortunes around in the Premier League.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is one of the favourites to replace Sam Allardyce if the West Ham owners decide to ring the changes at Upton Park in the summer.
Everton are keen on securing the services of 19-year-old Monaco striker Anthony Martial and want to line him up with Romelu Lukaku in attack next season.
Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish says Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal will never forget his first trip to Anfield (on Sunday) but warns the Dutchman he will go home disappointed.
Radamel Falcao’s mentor has revealed the Manchester United striker has been reduced to tears because of his experience at Old Trafford this season. Former agent Silvano Espindola says the Colombian striker has spoken with him “many times and cried together”.
QPR boss Chris Ramsey says he wants to continue managing the club whether they get relegated or not.
Kevn Wimmer’s impending arrival at Tottenham in a deal worth around £4.3m has put the White Hart Lane careers of defenders Younes Kaboul and Vlad Chiriches in doubt.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is fearful of burn-out for his striker Alexis Sanchez and is desperately waiting for the right time to hand the Chilean a rest during the final stages of the Premier League run-in.
Barcelona forward Neymar Jnr has been preparing for this weekend’s crucial Clasico by performing freestyle tricks and flicks in the gym in his underpants. It was all filmed in a short video uploaded to his official Instagram page.


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