Manchester City chief executive Ferran Soriano has insisted he would not swap the squad at his club with any other in the Premier League - including the champions Manchester United, the Daily Mirror has reported.
United reclaimed the title from City with an 11-point margin, having lost out to their neighbours a year earlier on goal difference. In response to giving up the trophy after only 12 months - and failing to win any other pri...More
England manager Roy Hodgson has told Phil Jones that his best chance of breaking into the national team will come through playing in central defence, says Sky Sports.
The Manchester United man was selected for Hodgson's first game in charge of England against Norway a year ago but hasn't pulled on the Three Lions since.
The 21-year-old has played at full-back and in central midfield for the Premier League champions this season but H...More
Arsene Wenger is weighing up the decision to sell Thomas Vermaelen, the Daily Mirror has reported, with Manchester United said to be interested in the Arsenal captain.
A year ago it was Robin van Persie - then the Gunners skipper - on the move from the Emirates Stadium to Old Trafford, but Wenger was a reluctant selling party. This summer, however, the Frenchman is keen to overhaul his squad and is not thought to be against selling t...More
Paris Saint-Germain are ready to make a £100m move for Wayne Rooney, who is considering leaving Manchester United, the Daily Mirror has reported. The Ligue 1 champions will pay a £40m transfer fee and offer Rooney £15m per year in wages on a four-year contract, the same terms as Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
However, Ibrahimovic has been linked with a return to Italy - specifically, Milan - after just a year in the French capital. And PSG face...More
Wayne Rooney is said to be concerned he is being forced out of Manchester United by claims he told Sir Alex Ferguson he wanted to leave the club, the Daily Mirror has reported, as Ferguson explored the possibility of tempting Manchester City into swapping Rooney for goalkeeper Joe Hart.
Rooney has admitted speaking with Ferguson and seeking clarification over his future but he denies ever formally asking to leave the Premier League c...More
Sir Alex Ferguson has bowed out at the top and as the the Independent has reported, he has won another award. The retiring Scot was named on Monday night as the LMA’s Premier League manager of the year, holding off competition from Steve Clarke, Michael Laudrup and his successor at Manchester United, David Moyes, for the award.
It is the fourth time Ferguson has won this honour since it was introduced in 1994, also winning the prize ...More
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