BB Round-up – Fergie shows transfer hand, Spurs consider sale, Carlos Tevez sticks to his guns over leaving City

Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson

Both Manchester clubs have laid down their transfer cards this summer. Sir Alex Ferguson claims that United will be looking for three new signings this summer, while Manchester City’s chairman has suggested that their transfer policy will be changing and the club will be looking for quality not quantity.

In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that include Karren Brady claiming that West Ham gave Avram Grant everything he wanted; Robin van Persie believes in Wenger’s total football, while Ian Holloway claims that the Premier League wants them out.


Record income but record losses for Premier League – Guardian

Man City ‘will buy quality not quantity’ – Daily Telegraph

We gave Avram all he wanted – Sun

Van Persie believes in Wenger’s ‘total football’ – Guardian

Holloway: Premier League wants Blackpool out – Daily Telegraph

Ferguson: I’ll sign three stars – Sun

Liverpool striker Carroll voices concerns over England U21 call-up – Daily Mail

Tevez sticks to his guns over leaving City – Guardian

Wolves chairman calls for salary cap – Daily Telegraph

Tottenham consider selling Defoe to finance £8m move for keeper Foster – Daily Mail

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