BB Round-up – Fergie fearless, Liverpool eye up Latics ace, Newcastle & Sunderland battle over Connor Wickham

Sir Alex Ferguson believes that Manchester United have nothing to fear as they get set to face Barcelona in the Champions League Final at Wembley at the end of the month. Fergie will clearly be hoping that United make a better fist than they did last time they met, in what proved to be one of the most one sided finals in recent memory.

In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that include Gazidis warns that Arsenal fans maybe priced out; Richards tipped as the future of English football, while Kenny Dalglish is keeping tabs on James McCarthy.

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Gazidis: Arsenal fans may be ‘priced out’ – Guardian

Ferguson: we have nothing to fear from Barça – Daily Telegraph

Wenger to make new appeal to England U21 boss Pearce over Wilshere – Daily Mail

Reo-Coker’s all go for a free – Sun

Micah Richards is the future of English football claims Brazil legend – Mirror

MP says questions remain over Leeds – Guardian

Messi and Co schooled in fine art at Barcelona – Daily Telegraph

Glazers risk wrath of Man United fans by hiking ticket prices yet again – Daily Mail

Liverpool boss Dalglish continues to keep tabs on Wigan’s McCarthy – Daily Mail

Real set sights on £35m Fabregas – Sun

Newcastle and Sunderland to fight over young gun Wickham – Mirror
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