Football News – Spurs warned over transfer interest, Newcastle weigh up transfer Plan B & much more

Rio Ferdinand has spoken out about the race row incident with John Terry and the affect it has had on his family. The United centre half finds it hard to take that his brother has been on the end of abuse, especially as Anton has not brought any accusations to anyone.

Elsewhere in the news Sir Alex Ferguson believes that Chelsea will struggle to make the top four; Joe Jordan expresses sympathy for Andy Carroll, while Kenny Dalglish will provide Luis Suarez with all the support he needs.

Fabio Capello is confident that John Terry will not retire from International football and is hopeful the Chelsea centre half has a part to play in the Euros this summer – Observer

Sir Alex Ferguson believes that Chelsea have dropped out of the race and may struggle to get in the top four this season – Observer

Rio Ferdinand has spoken out at the nightmare he and his family have faced in the wake of the John Terry race row – Daily Telegraph

Andre Villas-Boas has suggested that Fernando Torres needs to show greater movement on the football pitch in order to give him a better chance of scoring – Daily Telegraph

Joe Hart has been pinpointed as a potential future captain for England after the Euros – Daily Telegraph

Joe Jordan has expressed sympathy for Andy Carroll and knows only too well the weight of expectation following a big money move – Daily Mail

Joey Barton has been probed by the Attorney General following controversial tweets about the John Terry affair – Daily Mail

Kenny Dalglish has revealed that Liverpool will help Luis Suarez cope with the potential haters that he can expect to face in the coming weeks of the Premier League season – Daily Mirror

Steven Pienaar has warned Tottenham that they can expect more transfer interest for Luka Modric in the summer months – Daily Mirror

Newcastle United have targeted Nathaniel Clyne, as Danny Simpson continues to stall over a new contract at St James Park – Daily Star

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