BB Round-up – Harry admits transfer battle, Kenny eyes big signings, Arsenal to be priced out for Cahill

The fight to stay in the Premier League has reached its D-day with no fewer than 5 teams fighting to stay in the division and the huge wealth that goes with it. It is so tight down there is a fair chance it could well go down to goal difference and therefore if Tottenham and Manchester United have their goalscoring boots on then it could go down to the finest of margins like goals scored.

In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that include Ancelotti playing down his concerns of getting axed; the FA reprimands Rooney for Twitter rant, while Mancini warns City against penny pinching.


Tevez is not leaving, reiterates Mancini – Guardian

Ancelotti: I’m not desperate to keep job – Daily Telegraph

Premier League star with injunction out against former lover sues Twitter – Daily Mail

FA reprimands Rooney for Twitter rant – Guardian

Redknapp expects competition for Parker – Daily Telegraph

Ashley ready to bankroll Newcastle’s assault on silverware and Europe – Daily Mail

Mancini warns City against penny-pinching this summer – Mirror

Dalglish sets sights on big name and hints Kop flop Aquilani will stay – Daily Mail

Jack’s knackered – and the FA know – Sun

Arsenal face being priced out of Cahill bidding – Mirror

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