Regional Paper Talk: Moyes to spend big

A new Manchester United kit deal could allow David Moyes a huge summer transfer budget, while Loic Remy could yet join Newcastle permanently.

Last Updated: 28/04/14 at 07:55 Post Comment

David Moyes: Planning overhaul at Manchester United

David Moyes: Planning overhaul at Manchester United

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal have never benefited from the same help that Chelsea have received from the Premier League and television companies in their bid to win the Champions League.

At this stage of the season some players are already dreaming of their summer holidays but Andros Townsend is determined to show the football world he is feeling invincible again.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

A massive new kit deal could soften the blow of United missing out on the Champions League and boost David Moyes' attempts to lure the biggest names to Old Trafford.

Roberto Mancini has hit out at City star Samir Nasri for wasting his talent.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Everton have rewarded Tim Howard's fine form this season with a contract extension which will see him remain a Blue until 2018.

Phil Thompson believes if Liverpool clinch the Premier League title, it would be an even greater achievement than the club's 2005 Champions League triumph.

Brendan Rodgers delivered his Easter message with a timely warning to his title-chasing Liverpool side about the dangers of counting your chickens before they have hatched.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Hatem Ben Arfa is expected to hold further talks on his Newcastle United future.

Alan Pardew says he will take any flak from the Toon Army firmly on the chin tomorrow against Swansea City.

Alan Pardew believes he can STILL live up to the glory days of the Bobby Robson era at St James' Park. However, the Toon boss feels financial constraints have made his job tougher compared to days gone by at Newcastle United.

THE JOURNAL

Alan Pardew last night insisted he had not given up signing Loic Remy on a permanent deal as he attempted to quell fears Newcastle United won't spend serious money this summer.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Gus Poyet will head back to his former club Chelsea tomorrow with renewed belief that Sunderland might just pull off the impossible dream and survive this season.

Marcos Alonso says if Sunderland can just get the small things right, then they can get big, big results in the five games remaining this season.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Paul Lambert plans to be in charge at Aston Villa next season - but says investment is needed to climb away from the bottom of the Premier League.

Reports of a possible £200m takeover at Aston Villa are gathering pace.

EXPRESS & STAR

Albion boss Pepe Mel today revealed he has started planning for summer signings despite admitting his own future is still in the balance.

THE SENTINEL

Mark Hughes insists there is still a chance of seeing strike target Ivica Olic put pen to paper at Stoke City.

Marc Wilson is Stoke's unsung hero of the season after stepping into Robert Huth's big shoes, says team-mate Jon Walters.

NEWHAM RECORDER

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce paid tribute to the work Tony Pulis has done with Crystal Palace and believes he deserves to rival Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers, Chelsea's Jose Mourinho and Everton's Roberto Martinez for manager of the year.

WALES ONLINE

Cardiff City manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he has never asked for the club's defeat against Crystal Palace not to stand.

Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis has said he is happy to meet the Premier League after Cardiff City complained over alleged attempts to gain sensitive team information in the week of the clash between the pair on April 5.

THE PINK UN

Neil Adams is confident Norwich City's Premier League relegation rivals will be feeling the heat just as much as his Canaries.

THE DAILY ECHO

Mauricio Pochettino says he doesn't yet know what sort of transfer budget he will be handed this summer.

Rickie Lambert is desperate to secure a place in England's World Cup squad, but says he does not want to be picked purely on the basis of his penalty-taking ability.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Massimo Cellino and Brian McDermott will begin the process of reshaping Leeds United's squad next week when they meet to decide which players to cull and which to keep.

LEICESTER MERCURY

Nigel Pearson has said media speculation linking Leicester City with a host of supposed transfer targets 'is laughable'.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Marvin Sordell could be welcomed back into the Wanderers fold next season - but has been warned he will not get regular first-team football.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

Harrison McGahey could celebrate signing a professional contract at Blackpool, by featuring against Burnley tomorrow.

THE STAR

Nigel Clough, the Sheffield United manager, has confirmed he will approach Liverpool for permission to retain Conor Coady's services next season.

EVENING TIMES

Virgin van Dijk today declared that he still has unfinished business at Celtic - Graham Wallace is scheduled to complete his 120-day business review at Ibrox today but the club confirmed this week that we will need to wait until next Friday to get an update on his findings.

Rangers fans have urged chief executive Graham Wallace to prove the 'bonus culture' at the club has come to an end and reveal the details of his Ibrox remuneration package.

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