Tottenham bowed out of the Champions League at White Hart Lane last night as Harry Redknapp’s men were defeated 1-0 by Real Madrid (5-0 on aggregate). Spurs goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes made yet another mistake, but Redknapp has insisted that his number one will bounce back as Tottenham set their sights on the top four.
Elsewhere Chelsea are lining up a new boss to replace Carlo Ancelotti in the summer, with Dutch pair Guus Hiddink and Marco van Basten both in the frame. Rio Ferdinand has started the war of words ahead of Manchester United’s FA Cup semi final tie with City this weekend, and Aston Villa have slapped a £25 million price tag on in-demand winger Ashley Young.
Redknapp insists Gomes will bounce back – Telegraph
Wenger seeks guarantee over future of captain – Daily Mail
Abramovich eyes Hiddink as next Chelsea boss – Guardian
Pardew adamant no deal has been done for Jose Enrique – Independent
Liverpool line up defensive targets – Mirror
Rooney: Giggs should be knighted – The Sun
Aston Villa slap £20m price tag on Ashley Young – Telegraph
West Ham plot £8m bid for Djalo – Mirror