BB Round-up – Berbatov pledges future, Liverpool lead £13m chase, Wenger targets tall players to end Arsenal’s wait

FIFA's top man Sepp BlatterSepp Blatter said he will bear no grudge against England following their attempts to delay the Presidential elections. The non-election sees Blatter retain his position as the head of FIFA for the next four years and although another sixteen associations followed England’s suit in abstaining from the voting; the 75 year-old declared ‘Don’t worry about the English’ in his victory speech.

In the papers this morning we have seen a mixed bag of stories that include Bent aiming to prove he is England’s No.9; Wenger targets tall players, while Berbatov insists he will not quit Manchester United.


I will not bear a grudge against the English, insists Blatter – Guardian

Bent aims to prove he is England’s No 9 – Daily Telegraph

Hughes’ Fulham deal expires as Houllier’s exit opens the door to Villa Park hotseat – Daily Mail

Hiddink hints Chelsea return is on cards – Guardian

Messi: I’ll never play In Prem Lge – Sun

Wenger targets tall players to end Arsenal’s wait – Guardian

I will not quit United – Berbatov – Mirror

Allardyce stunned as takeover tale overshadows his first day at West Ham – Daily Mail

Liverpool lead £13m chase for Sunderland midfielder Henderson – Daily Mail

Spurs midfielder set for £7m move to Italy – Mirror

Senderos: We’ll ruin your summer – Sun

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