The Football Talk : All the latest football stories today [Carzola set to quit Arsenal]

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David Moyes and Manchester United were knocked out of Europe and the Mail asks: “when will they be back?”

Moyes admitted that Wayne Rooney’s fitness was not up to standard as United were knocked out of the quarter-finals.

Goalkeeper Thibault Courtois will not play against Chelsea if the two sides are drawn together in the Champions League, with the Atletico President saying they’d have to pay Chelsea £8.25m to make it happen.

Chelsea’s title clash at Liverpool could be moved as Jose Mourinho at last finds help at hand from the Premier League fixture planners.

Gareth Bale has agreed a new six-year boot and sponsorship deal worth £20m.That’s on top of his £300,000 a week wages at Real Madrid.


Arsenal’s players believe Wenger’s refusal to work on the opposition has cost them a shot at the title


United were ‘Mullered’ – as their hopes of progressing in the Champions League lasted just 22 seconds.

Santi Cazorla will quit Arsenal if they fail to win trophies

Chelsea won’t lose any sleep about the prospect of facing Bayern if the teams are drawn together in the semi-finals.

Manchester United are plotting a £6m swoop for PSV Eindhoven defender Santiago Arias.

On-loan Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina wants to make his Napoli switch permanent.

Man City midfielder James Milner hopes Liverpool will crack under the pressure of the title run in.


Santi Cazorla accuses Arsenal of lacking belief and a winning metality – and warns he may move elsewhere if the club don’t claim any silverware.

Liverpool fans wanting a ticket at Anfield for Sunday’s Premier League title-race six-pointer against Manchester City are being charged almost £5,000 a pair by online ticket vendors.

Arsenal legend David Seaman claims winning the FA Cup is more important than a Champions League place.

Former owner Freddy Shepherd has left the door open to a Newcastle return if Mike Ashley sells up.


John Terry picked up a foot injury on Tuesday and might now miss the Swansea game.

Hull owner Assem Allam has vowed to fight on after the FA rejected his bid to change the clubs’ name to Hull Tigers.



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