BB Round-up – United expect busy transfer summer, Drogba to stay, Warnock eyes Spurs duo

Sepp Blatter faced the grilling of all grillings yesterday afternoon as he faced the world’s media for the first time since the decision to suspend two FIFA officials. The President had the gall to suggest that there was no crisis at all within the association’s ranks and it is simply a communication issue within.

In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that includes Scholes announcing his retirement from football; Wilshere believes it will be a disaster if Arsenal fail to land silverware next season, while Tottenham look to Brad Friedel.


Blatter on a day of drama at Fifa: ‘Crisis? What is a crisis?’ – Guardian

Ferguson wants to close ‘training gap’ – Daily Telegraph

Villa dismiss Houllier report – Sky Sports

Scholes retires from football – Sun

Chelsea want to keep Drogba but Anelka can go – Mirror

Fifa member ‘wanted FA Cup to be named after him’ – Independent

Swans can make the Premier League sing, insists boss Rodgers after play-off glory – Daily Mail

Jack – Disaster if we fail – Sky Sports

Chief executive Gill expects ‘busier summer’ – Guardian

Unhappy Zhirkov wants Russia return after another season on the bench – Daily Mail

Warnock to go the extra Kyle – Sun

Friedel to replace Gomes in Spurs side –Mirror

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