The FA will study findings of the John Terry court case before deciding whether to bring any charges towards the Chelsea skipper. The Chief Magistrate acquitted JT on the basis that the evidence wasn’t 100% conclusive; therefore they couldn’t deliver a guilty verdict against him following alleged racist remarks towards QPR’s Anton Ferdinand. It remains to see what the FA’s take of the incident is, considering the stance they took over Luis Suarez.
Elsewhere in the news Brendan Rodgers has made his first signing at Liverpool; Sepp Blatter faces fresh calls to step down, while Peter Crouch was gutted to miss out on Euro 2012 but hasn’t given up hope of playing for England in the future.
Peter Crouch speaks for the first time about his disappointment at being overlooked for Euro 2012 – [Daily Telegraph]
The FA are set to make a decision over whether to take out their own action against John Terry – [Daily Telegraph]
The Italy and former Swansea striker Fabio Borini has joined Liverpool from Roma for a reported fee of £7.9m – [Guardian]
Rio Ferdinand is keen to throw himself back into pre-season training to help put memories of Manchester City’s title win behind him – [Guardian]
Carlos Tevez says he remains settled at Manchester City and isn’t looking for a move – [Sky Sports]
Sam Allardyce would welcome the opportunity to bring Andy Carroll to West Ham United, but concedes any move will depend on the player – [Sky Sports]
Arsenal will head into next week’s make-or-break talks with Robin van Persie hopeful the contract rebel is ready to perform a Wayne Rooney-style U-turn – [Daily Mail]
Manchester United face disappointment in their pursuit of Lucas Maura as Sao Paulo rejects their bid and claim the Brazilian is not for sale – [Daily Mail]
Chris Hughton has vowed to prove himself once again in the Premier League with Norwich, following his frustration at losing the Newcastle job – [Mirror]
Porto have told Manchester United and Tottenham they must pay £30m if they want to sign Joao Moutinho – [Metro]
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