Manchester City legend Joe Corrigan won’t be cheering with Carlos Tevez on Monday night, even if his goals win them the title. City’s former keeper is disgusted at the way the Argentine has held his club to ransom this season and believes that he epitomises everything that is wrong with the modern footballer.
Elsewhere in the news Ivanovic calls on Di Matteo to be given the permanent job at Stamford Bridge; Harry Redknapp remains confident that Bale will stay at White Hart Lane, while Gary Neville believes the result of the Manchester derby could shape the club’s future for the next three years.
Roberto Mancini is at loggerheads with Sir Alex Ferguson over Monday night’s Manchester derby – Guardian
Branislav Ivanovic has called upon Roberto Di Matteo to be given the job at Stamford Bridge on a permanent basis – Guardian
Harry Redknapp remains confident that Gareth Bale will stay at White Hart Lane next season but is unsure whether the same can be said of Luka Modric – Guardian
Vincent Kompany claims that the Manchester derby is second only to the El Classico as the biggest club game in the world – Daily Telegraph
Arsene Wenger said he was saddened that Pep Guardiola has decided to step down as coach of Barcelona – Independent
Victor Moses has placed Wigan in sight of safety as the Latics’ incredible run goes on – Independent
Gary Neville believes the outcome of the Manchester derby could have a massive impact of the club’s future in the next three years – Daily Mail
Steven Gerrard revealed that Luis Suarez’s wonder goal saved him from getting a rollicking from the Liverpool skipper – Daily Mail
Chelsea and Manchester City have been warned their Euro places are in jeopardy if they undertake a massive spending spree this summer – Daily Mail
Manchester United are plotting a £10m move for Gylfi Sigurdsson in the summer, after impressing on-loan at Swansea this season – Mirror
Manchester City are among a host of Premier League clubs tracking Borussia Dortmund striker, Robert Lewandowski, who has bagged 20 goals this season for the Bundesliga Champions – Mirror