BB Round-up – Liverpool ponder £2.5m bid, Newcastle’s take it or leave deal, Carlos Tevez denies Corinthians return

A thoroughly professional display by Carlo Ancelotti’s men ensured likely progress to the quarter finals of the Champions League and takes some pressure off a football club that has come under scrutiny of late. The Italian boss believes he now possesses the best strikers in Europe and why in Drogba and Torres he may have a point; questions still arise as to whether the two of them can play together.

In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that includes the FA face battle with UEFA over TV money; goal-line technology fails FIFA test, while Carlos Tevez denies talk of Corinthians move.

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Chelsea strikers are best in Europe, claims Ancelotti – Guardian

FA faces battle with Uefa – Daily Telegraph

Heinze: I regret my Fergie row – Sun

Manchester City’s Tevez denies plan to return to Corinthians… for now – Daily Mail

Mourinho drops new Chelsea return hint – Mirror

Goal-line technology fails Fifa test – Guardian

Liverpool ponder £2.5m bid for Preston’s Barton after scouting trips – Daily Mail

United lack ‘fantasy’, says Deschamps – Guardian

Gattuso advised to skip Spurs return – Daily Telegraph

This is why Arsenal fail – Sun

Newcastle offer Hamburg target Barton ‘take it or leave’ deal – Daily Mail
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