Manchester United set to hijack Sagna’s move to Manchester City

Bacary Sagna shows his appreciation to Arsenal fans after their FA Cup triumph.

Each day we’ll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they’re always entertaining…


Arsene Wenger lifted his first trophy in 3,283 days and insisted: I’m here to stay.

Manchester City will offer Bacary Sagna £7m per year to beat off competition for his signature from Manchester United.

Manchester City will push on with plans to let five English players leave this summer – despite the UEFA squad restrictions imposed on them. Micah Richards, Jack Rodwell and Scott Sinclair are all heading for the Etihad exit – along with out-of-contract Joleon Lescott and Gareth Barry.

Roy Hodgson is not worried about the World Cup availability of Arsenal pair Jack Wilshere and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Shola Ameobi has turned down a one-year extension to stay with Newcastle United and he is set to leave this summer.

Norwich could appoint Malky Mackay as their new manager this week.

West Brom are hoping to sign Cardiff striker Fraizer Campbell.

Fulham have made Stoke striker Cameron Jerome one of their key summer transfer targets.


James Milner is set to quit Manchester City after the World Cup in Brazil.

Manchester United are set to hijack Bacary Sagna’s move to Manchester City – and that won’t be the end of their raids on north London.

Brendan Rodgers wants to make Wilfried Bony his third big Liverpool striker next season.

Liverpool are on alert to join the bidding if Javi Martinez leaves Bayern Munich this summer.

Chelsea are stepping up their interest in Everton kid John Stones and want a £12million done before the World Cup.

Swansea are hoping to land Ravel Morrison from West Ham for a cut-price £3.75million.


Arsene Wenger will make Swansea striker Wilfried Bony his main summer transfer target.

West Brom could make a move for Arsenal coach Steve Bould as their new manager.

Southampton fear they are under siege with Spurs set to take manager Mauricio Pochettino from them, a move that could lead to a series of high-profile departures on the playing side as well.

West Ham are plotting to bring in Ronald Koeman as their new manager as the pressure continues to build on current incumbent Sam Allardyce. David Moyes could also be under consideration.

Brighton are hoping to make Real Madrid coach Paul Clement their new manager.

QPR will make a move for Swansea captain Ashley Williams if they secure a return to the Premier League through the play-offs.

Derby will open talks with Chelsea to sign striker Patrick Bamford if they beat QPR to reach the Premier League.

Seamus Coleman is poised to sign a lucrative new contract with Everton.

Crystal Palace are lining up a move for Fulham midfielder Kieran Richardson.


Louis Van Gaal will make a deal for Arsenal full-back Bacary Sagna a priority if, as expected, he is confirmed as Manchester United boss this week.

Luis Suarez has committed himself to a renewed title challenge with Liverpool by enrolling his four-year-old daughter in a Merseyside school.

Owner Katharina Liebherr is set to call a crisis meeting this week in a desperate bid to stop Southampton’s Premier League success story turning into a horror one.

Monaco’s hopes of tempting Arsene Wenger away from Arsenal appear set to fail with the long-serving boss likely to sign a new long-term contract soon.

Jozy Altidore is keen to stay with Sunderland despite a disappointing Premier League season.

Rio Ferdinand could be a target for Hull City with owner Assem Allam also planning to offer manager Steve Bruce a new contract.

Alan Pardew is keen on Hertha Berlin striker Pierre-Michael Lasogga, who has just completed a season on loan with Hamburg.

Manchester City, Everton and Tottenham are locked in a battle for Fenerbahce striker Emmanuel Emenike, who has previously been linked with Liverpool and Chelsea.

Rob Green admits he is thrilled with his form at QPR after a nightmare time since the 2010 World Cup.


The Football Association want Roy Hodgson to remain in his post as England coach through the 2018 World Cup in Russia to guide the country’s young stars.

Real Madrid believe Liverpool will be powerless to stop them signing Luis Suarez for £70m this summer despite the Uruguay striker committing his future to the club.

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is pushing ahead with the signing of Porto’s £20million midfielder, Fernando, as he devises a strategy to win the Champions League next season with just 21 players.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be given the chance to lead Cardiff City back to the Premier League.

Ryan Giggs is ready to accept a No 2 role to Louis Van Gaal at Manchester United.

Sam Allardyce’s failure to develop West Ham’s young players could end in him being sacked this summer.

Steven Gerrard is set to quit England after the World Cup – whatever the outcome in Brazil.


Glen Johnson will not be handed a contract extension by Liverpool, who will let the England right-back run down the last 12 months of his current deal.

Manchester United are in talks with Spain keeper David de Gea over a new long-term deal that could pay him £18m.

Liverpool are hoping to sign unsettled Barcelona striker Alexis Sanchez – he could cost the Anfield club £18m.

Sunderland may try to make their loan deal with Liverpool for Fabio Borini permanent if the Reds are able to land Sanchez.

Keith Downing is the players’ choice to take over from Pepe Mel as West Brom manager.

Tottenham will make a big push to make Mauricio Pochettino their new manager this week.

FA Cup final man-of-the-match Aaron Ramsey is the top summer target for Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola.

Jake Livermore has pleaded with Tottenham to allow him to join Hull City on a permanent basis.

Sheffield United boss Nigel Clough has warned potential suitors off making a daring bid for center-back Harry Maguire, who is rated in the £4m bracket.

Sunderland boss Gus Poyet is ready to offload Argentinian flop Ignacio Scocco, who has failed to settle since his £3m move in January.