BB Round-up – Arsenal raise prices, Harry eyes £12m swoop, Fergie scouts Athletic striker Martinez

Manchester United step out at Old Trafford tonight, knowing that Barcelona will be waiting for them in the Champions League final should they overcome Schalke tonight. Pep Guardiola conceded last night that if Fergie’s men do prevail then United will prove a far different prospect to the one they faced back in the 2009 final. Fergie has called upon the next few weeks to be squeaky-fun time as United looked to secure a domestic and Euro double.

In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that include Pearce risking the wrath over Wilshere’s inclusion; FIFA sets target for goalline technology, while John Terry concedes that he is Chelsea’s best-ever skipper.


Pearce risks Arsenal wrath over Wilshere – Guardian

Guardiola: United will be different prospect – Daily Telegraph

Van Persie calls on Arsenal to win Premier League… next season – Daily Mail

Fifa sets target for goalline technology – Guardian

Sandro: Fourth place is mission difficult not mission impossible – Mirror

Villa board takes blame for poor season – Guardian

JT: I’m best-ever Chelsea skipper – Sun

Arsenal’s ticket prices rise by 6.5% – Guardian

Manchester United scout tracks progress of Athletic striker Martinez – Daily Mail

Toon chief is now Alain Par-dieu – Sun

Redknapp scouts £12m-rated Espanyol star – Mirror

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