Top stories and transfer rumours from the back pages of the national newspapers on Saturday morning.
Liverpool are looking to sign Chelsea ‘keeper Petr Cech on loan next season and are reportedly willing to pay £7.5m for the privilege.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says it would be ‘criminal’ if Manchester City were to sack manager Manuel Pellegrini this summer.
John Carver claims managing Newcastle United is the ‘hardest job in football’.
Jose Mourinho claims it is easier to manage Manchester United than Chelsea within the confines of UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules.
Liverpool forward Philippe Coutinho says he was inspired by meeting Brazil football great Pele at Anfield before last month’s clash with Manchester United.
Aston Villa may be ready to sell striker Christian Benteke this summer, but only if the £25m-rated player decides his future lies away from the Midlands.
Aaron Ramsey is hoping to pay tribute to his grandmother, who passed away recently, by steering Arsenal into the FA Cup final.
Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has agreed to join Real Madrid, according to Spanish television channel La Sexta.
Jose Mourinho has slammed the Football Association over their accusations that Chelsea fail to respect officials, claiming they are too busy drinking champagne and eating lobster to actually watch games.
Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho says he is 100% committed to the club regardless of whether they win trophies or finish in the top four this season.
QPR fear Charlie Austin will leave the club this summer even if they manage to secure their Premier League future. Newcastle and Southampton appear to be leading the race to sign the 25-year-old.
Alan Pardew says he would want £20m for in-form Crystal Palace midfielder Yannick Bolasie.
Striker Danny Ings says he has no idea where he will be playing next season as he looks to help Burnley out of the Premier League relegation zone.
Tim Sherwood says he pushed Tottenham to sign Raheem Sterling before the winger left the QPR academy to sign for Liverpool.
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes believes the club’s use of Tom Jones’ hit song Delilah is costing them the chance of a place in Europe through the UEFA Fair Play League.
Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara says the current format of the Scottish Premiership is ‘monotonous’ and he has called for an expansion to the 12-team setup.
Columnist Chris Sutton calls on SPFL chief Neil Lancaster to resign over the Championship fixtures farce.