Liverpool eye Arsenal player as uncertainty of future arises
The Reds are said to be interested in the Gunners unsettled player Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, with his future hanging in the balance Liverpool are keen to exploit the situation, reports the Telegraph. The English international is said to step into the final 12 months of his contract, with formal talks yet to be held. Arsenal has valued the 23-year-old at £35 million but that hasn’t shunned of Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp is said to step up his pursuit of the unsettled player, come this summer.
Liverpool, after finding out Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain used to play for Southampton. pic.twitter.com/MQlcklW8tx
— Paul (@Kolology) April 12, 2017
Arsenal seem keener than ever to replace Arsene Wenger
Arsenal are in talks to replace Arsene Wenger as the uncertainty of his future arises, the club chiefs aren’t able to decide whether he should stay on while the Frenchman’s failures are making it hard for him to state his position at the club, reports The Sun. The Gunners are said to be in talks with Max Allegri, with the Italian also expressing his desire to work in the Premier League.
If Allegri can replicate the magic with Arsenal as done by him with Juventus the Gunners could possibly be able to witness their former title-winning days.
Why would Allegri swap nights like this for nights at Selhurst Park with Welbeck up front.
— Olly (@Giroudesquee) April 11, 2017
No title = No Zlatan
Manchester United will be bound to win the Europa League if they want to hold on to top-scorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic, reports The Mirror. If the Red Devils win the Europa League, they will be guaranteed automatic qualification to next season’s Champions League and friends close to the Swedish international believe if Manchester United fail to do so, it is likely Zlatan will walk away from the club.
Zlatan won the league every year for the past 14 seasons except 2012 & 2017 ????
Antonio Conte won those seasons ???? pic.twitter.com/DleggS6fv9
— ItalianFootballTV (@IFTVofficial) April 8, 2017
David de Gea will not return to his homeland
Manchester United are said to hold onto David de Gea and will reject any bids from Real Madrid despite the goalkeeper facing criticism from Jose Mourinho, reports the Daily Mail. De Gea was left out for the clash against Sunderland due to hip injury replaced by Sergio Romero with Jose Mourinho ensuring every player in every position is challenged in order to get the best out of what is available to him.