BB Round-up – Spurs and Liverpool transfer battle, Newcastle eye Sow, Nani frustrated by United’s silence

Man United winger NaniArsenal arrive at the Nou Camp looking to build on their impressive result and performance in the first leg to ensure their passage into the quarter finals of the Champions League. Arsene Wenger promises to go on the offensive as he believes it is the best way they can preserve their hold in this tie.

In the papers this morning there has been a mixed bag of stories that includes Nani upset at United’s silence over tackle; Jermain Defoe considered exit, while Pep Guardiola has a pop at Jack Wilshere.


Nani upset by United silence on tackle – Guardian

Defoe considered exit – Sky Sports

Pep takes a pop at Wilshere – Sun

Man United lack leaders – Sheringham – Mirror

Ref Clattenburg takes month off to move out of spotlight after backlash – Daily Mail

FA to support challenger to Blatter – Daily Telegraph

Suárez tells fans: ‘My best is yet to come’ – Guardian

Carlo – No Torres concerns – Sky Sports

Agent ‘stole half-a-million from Downing’ – Mirror

Newcastle and Sunderland eye Lille’s France Under 21 striker Moussa Sow – Daily Mail

Vucinic pursuit ‘stepped up by Liverpool and Spurs’ – Metro

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