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Neil Warnock has claimed he doesn’t care if he gets sacked
Neil Warnock has recently signed an agreement with Cardiff until the end of 2017/2018 campaign, but has gone on to say losing his job with the Bluebirds isn’t something that scares him because he is bound to get a job elsewhere, reports The Sun. Warnock told BBC Radio “I’m in a unique situation for a manager because I’m not bothered if I get the sack – they can sack me tomorrow if they want.
“If I want another job, I can get another job. That’s not being conceited, I just don’t see many good managers around.
West Ham join race for Juventus striker
The Sun writes, West Ham have joined Besiktas in the race to sign Juventus’ 30-year-old striker Mario Mandzukic. West Ham are desperate to find a striker up front due to pertaining injuries sustained by Andy Carroll and are looking at the likes of Daniel Sturridge and now have turned their attention to Mandzukic. What boosts West Ham’s chances is that Juventus are open to talks over selling the player in the summer.
Costa happy at Chelsea but fears losing fellow Blues in the summer
According to the Daily Mail, Diego Costa is said to be enjoying life at Stamford Bridge but fears losing fellow Blues Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois to the likes of Real Madrid in the summer. Diego Costa was heavily linked with a move to the Chinese Super League during the January window but seems to have no put that behind him as he continues to enjoy life in the Premier League.
Costa told Spanish radio station Cope “It will be bad news for Chelsea if Real Madrid sign Hazard and Courtois.”
“Eden is the best, he’s top. Barcelona and Real Madrid will have their eye (on him) and if a team like these knock on the door you have to think about it. It is normal that they love him but hopefully he will not leave.”
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