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Manchester United are lining up a move for Karim Benzema, Galatasaray could move for John Terry, and Southampton could sell Gaston Ramirez.

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DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United's players want Sir Alex Ferguson to be presented with the Premier League trophy tomorrow.

Sam Allardyce says he will finally sort out his West Ham future next week.

Peter Odemwingie has hit back at claims he's greedy and blamed England coach Roy Hodgson for his woes.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has admitted he is facing the sack at the end of the season.

Harry Redknapp is vowing to clear the slackers out of QPR.

Turkish giants Galatasaray are ready to offer John Terry a way out of Stamford Bridge if the Blues skipper fears he will not be a first-teamer under Jose Mourinho.

Cardiff and Hull are both keen on Nigeria left-back Juwon Oshaniwa.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is chasing Toulouse's Tunisian defender Aymen Abdennour.

Arsene Wenger is increasingly confident of landing number one striker target Stevan Jovetic.

THE SUN

Manchester United are lining up Karim Benzema as a replacement for Wayne Rooney.

Sir Alex Ferguson quit Manchester United because of stress, according to former England boss Fabio Capello.

Roman Abramovich has told Jose Mourinho he will not pay the £17million get-out clause in his Real Madrid contract.

Malky Mackay has leapt to the top of the list to take over as Everton's new manager.

Roberto Mancini's FA Cup plans were overshadowed by fresh doubts over his future last night.

Alan Pardew has admitted his job is on the line - even if he keeps Newcastle in the Premier League.

Spurs have issued a "hands-off" warning to David Moyes over Gareth Bale.

David Flitcroft has snubbed the Wolves job and pledged his future to Barnsley by signing a new deal.

Bolton are close to sealing a £1million swoop for Leicester striker Jermaine Beckford.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is keen on Toulouse star Aymen Abdennour to replace Jamie Carragher.

Fiorentina want Southampton play-maker Gaston Ramirez just a year after he left Bologna for £12million.

DAILY MAIL

Galatasaray plan to take advantage of John Terry's predicament at Chelsea by signing him on a three-year contract worth up to £200,000 a week.

Fabio Capello has revealed that Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has chosen to retire because of the stress of managing in the Barclays Premier League.

DAILY EXPRESS

David Moyes insists his conscience is clear over his move to Manchester United, which came out of the blue.

Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas has called on the club to end the speculation surrounding Gareth Bale by giving him a new contract now.

DAILY STAR

Andre Villas-Boas has urged the Tottenham board to break the bank to keep Gareth Bale.

Sir Alex Ferguson quit as Manchester United boss due to stress, according to Fabio Capello.

THE GUARDIAN

Galatasaray are to test John Terry's resolve to remain at Chelsea after the Turkish champions indicated they would be prepared to match the defender's salary, and offer him regular first-team football, as they prepare a formal bid for his services.

Darren Ferguson has promised that his father, Sir Alex, will not interfere with the running of Manchester United when David Moyes takes over on 1 July.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Roberto Mancini is battling to save his job as Manchester City manager at Wembley for the FA Cup final, with the club considering a deal to lure Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini to the Etihad Stadium.

David Moyes spoke of the "inner-devilment" driving him on, a quality that gives him a chance of succeeding at Manchester United.

THE TIMES

Roberto Mancini was facing a losing battle to save his job last night, with Manchester City on the brink of securing a deal with Manuel Pellegrini on the eve of the FA Cup Final.

INDEPENDENT

Manchester City's FA Cup Final preparations have been overshadowed by suggestions from Spain that manager Roberto Mancini is set to be replaced by Manuel Pellegrini, who has told his Malaga players that he is leaving the club.

David Moyes, the Manchester United manager-designate, will sit down with Wayne Rooney and seek to thrash out the striker's future as a matter of urgency.

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hould have stayed because we carried him for 6.5 years. And then he has a breakthrough season, and was gone soon after. MU fans, you would be as disgusted had C Ronaldo left in 2007 and not 2009.

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