City plotting move for Skrtel

City plotting move for Skrtel

Published Feb. 22, 2014 3:03 p.m. ET

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David Moyes revealed that he told Wayne Rooney he had "gone soft" before the striker signed a new £300,000 per-week deal to stay at Manchester United.

Arsenal's record signing Mesut Ozil will be rested for Saturday's clash with Sunderland.

Alan Pardew has denied Mathieu Debuchy wants to quit Newcastle.


Jose Mourinho admits Oscar's blistering early-season form has been blown away - by the weather in England.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is backing Wilfried Zaha to force his way into England's World Cup squad.

Uruguay manager Oscar Tabarez reckons his side will reap the rewards from Luis Suarez's past "problems" when they face England in the World Cup.

Argentina legend Diego Maradona, 53, is set to make a comeback with fifth-tier side Deportivo Riestra, 16 years after he retired.

Wayne Rooney says Manchester United are heading back to the top after signing a blockbuster new deal.

Aston Villa full-back Alan Hutton is desperate to leave after being frozen out of the first team because of his high wages.

Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert is hoping to secure a new contract for Dutch defender Ron Vlaar.

Arsene Wenger is set to recall Olivier Giroud to his starting line-up but Mesut Ozil is set to drop to the bench after missing a penalty against Bayern Munich.

Manuel Pellegrini insists Manchester City won't suffer a Euro hangover as he apologised for his midweek referee rant.

Sam Allardyce admits West Ham tried to buy Southampton striker Rickie Lambert in January.

Fulham boss Felix Magath has warned his players that no-one is safe as he sets about trimming his squad.

David Moyes revealed how some straight talking and home truths saved Wayne Rooney's Manchester United career after the striker signed a new contract.

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has said sorry for his scathing attack on referee Jonas Eriksson.

Arsenal star Yaya Sanogo can be the next Nicolas Anelka, according to Arsene Wenger.

Pepe Mel admits he could suffer the same fate as Rene Meulensteen unless results improve at West Brom.

Wayne Rooney thanked David Moyes for salvaging his Manchester United career after signing a new five-and-a-half year deal at Old Trafford worth £300,000-a-week.

Manchester City will make a move for Liverpool centre-back Martin Skrtel if the Reds fail to reach the Champions League.

Chelsea are considering a bid for Marseille's Belgian midfielder Giannelli Imbula as a possible replacement for John Obi Mikel.

Roberto Mancini has heaped the pressure on his successor at the Etihad by tipping Manuel Pellegrini's side to win the Premier League title.

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has likened Rickie Lambert to Teddy Sheringham and refuses to rule out renewing his interest in the Southampton striker this summer.

Wayne Rooney last night vowed to justify becoming the highest-paid player in British football history by helping Manchester United back to the top.

Shinji Kagawa is poised to join Nemanja Vidic in leaving Manchester United this summer.

Newcastle right-back Mathieu Debuchy could join Yohan Cabaye at PSG.

David Moyes may have missed out on Barcelona starlet Thiago Alcantara last summer but they've now set their sights on the next best thing - his brother.

Former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song is expected to return to the Premier League in the summer after growing unhappy with life at Barcelona.

Luis Suarez has heaped praise on Liverpool supporters for playing a key role in his zero-to-hero turnaround on Merseyside.

Jose Mourinho believes goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, who has been on loan at Atletico Madrid since 2011, will start next season at Stamford Bridge and compete for their goalkeeping spot.