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Former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti is eyeing Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, 25, and 26-year-old Manchester City forward Edin Dzeko as he prepares for a summer spending spree at new club Paris Saint-Germain.


Sir Alex Ferguson hailed next Monday's Manchester derby as the biggest of all time.

Real Madrid star Xabi Alonso last night told Chelsea they need no longer fear Lionel Messi and Barcelona.

Gylfi Sigurdsson has been valued at £10million as Liverpool, Everton and Manchester United all warm to the Icelander.

Hull City are set to sign Switzerland goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic on a free from Aris.

Sunderland goalkeeper Craig Gordon is a target for West Brom .

Paulo Di Canio is on the brink of quitting Swindon.

Bolton chairman Phil Gartside has apologised to Tottenham supremo Daniel Levy for pushing Harry Redknapp for the England job.


Defender Jason Pearce will lead the exodus from Portsmouth.

Leicester are in the hunt for Mons striker Jeremy Perbet.

Vicente has told Brighton boss Gus Poyet he wants to stay at the Seagulls.


Chelsea are sweating on Champions League hero Didier Drogba being fit to face Barcelona.

Mark Hughes hopes Chelsea will drop John Terry on Sunday to avoid more controversy in the Anton Ferdinand race row.

Stunned Sir Alex Ferguson is bracing himself for the biggest Manchester derby in history.

Robin van Persie was last night crowned the PFA Player of the Year.


Roberto Di Matteo has hit back at critics of Chelsea's recent performances.

Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill wants to bring Wigan winger Victor Moses, 21, and Wolves' 25-year-old striker Steven Fletcher to the Stadium of Light.


Wolves manager Terry Connor had to fight back tears as he spoke of the crushing disappointment of the club's relegation after three years in the Premier League.


With the Manchester derby next Monday now a virtual championship shoot-out, Roberto Mancini attempted to keep the pressure off his players last night by maintaining that "only one team can win this title".


Roberto Mancini is insistent that Manchester United will be Premier League champions.


Sir Alex Ferguson conceded that Manchester United's visit to Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium a week today will be the biggest derby the two clubs have ever known after United failed to beat Everton at Old Trafford yesterday.