PSG risk Mourinho wrath with bid to lure midfielder Oscar

Chelsea midfielder Oscar is reportedly a target for the Blues' next Champions League opponents PSG.

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A group of Manchester United season-ticket holders claim they have paid for a plane to tow a banner reading ‘Wrong One – Moyes Out’ through the sky above Old Trafford during Saturday’s Premier League clash with Aston Villa.

Manchester City’s David Silva is having intensive treatment on a knock picked up in the 3-0 derby win at Old Trafford to try to get him ready for Saturday’s game against Arsenal.

The ‘Class of 92’ consisting of five former Manchester United greats have invested in non-league club Salford City with ambitions of being a Championship club in 15 years.


Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino thinks left-back Luke Shaw would make it into a World XI and would not be out of place in Real Madrid’s side.

Rio Ferdinand has revealed he is ashamed of Manchester United’s disastrous season.

Marouane Fellaini could face an FA charge after footage emerged of the Manchester United star appearing to spit at Pablo Zabaleta.


Sergio Aguero is set to miss Manchester City’s crunch title clash with Arsenal tomorrow.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to make a shock swoop for Ashley Cole in the summer.

Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino believes Luke Shaw is already the best left-back in the world.

Everton are ready to splash more than £20m on new players this summer if they each Europe.


Everton boss Roberto Martinez will look to sign six new players if he guides the club into Europe.

Leeds players face a nervous wait this morning to discover if their wages will be paid after club owners GFH Capital spent the last 48 hours trawling London looking for investors to help keep the club going.

David Moyes will face the first direct dissent from Manchester United fans tomorrow with supporters planning to fly a plane over Old Trafford calling for him to be sacked.

Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has criticised Manchester United fans for planning to fly an anti-David Moyes banner tomorrow.

UEFA have fined Atletico Madrid £8,270 and ordered a partial stadium closure for their next UEFA Youth League home game after fans racially abused Manchester City youth players in a match last month.


Jack Wilshere has taken a significant step forward in his race to be fit for the World Cup. The midfielder is recovering from a hairline fracture.

Roberto Martinez is targeting six new summer signings as he starts preparing for a campaign that should see Everton return to Europe.

Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes have sealed a deal to take over Salford City, subject to FA approval.

Queens Park Rangers turned down the chance to sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic when he was a teenager, according to a sensational new book.


Paris-Saint Germain have risked angering Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho ahead of their Champions League quarter-final by trying to entice Brazilian midfielder Oscar to France.

Andre Marriner, the referee who wrongly sent off Arsenal’s Kieran Gibbs during Chelsea’s 6-0 win last Saturday, has admitted he could not get the blunder out of his mind in the days following the Stamford Bridge fiasco.

Manchester United’s woeful season has potentially damaging consequences for the worldwide appeal of the Premier League, according to chief executive Richard Scudamore.


Spurs are exploring the possibility of re-signing Steven Caulker, 12 months after his £9m departure.

David Moyes’s problems at Manchester United have intensified after it emerged some of the club’s supporters are planning to send a plane over Old Trafford during their game against Aston Villa on Saturday with a banner calling for him to be sacked.


West Ham United signalled yesterday that eliminating their debt before moving to the Olympic Stadium in three years was of greater concern than playing style, no matter who was in charge of the East London club.