Here are the top transfer-related stories in Friday’s newspapers… Reports are varied over how much Jose Mourinho will be paid in his deal to become Manchester United, with the Daily Express quoting £10million-a-year, while the Daily Mail claim he will earn £15m-a-year in the Old Trafford hotseat. It is also reported the Portuguese coach will get
Victor Anichebe has confirmed his departure from West Bromwich Albion via social media after three seasons at the club. The Nigerian forward, 28, is out of contract this summer and the Baggies have decided not to renew his deal.
Anichebe tweeted: “Thank you to all the @WBAFCofficial fans for the support during my time at
Carvalhal’s side had drawn three Championship games in a row before beating Cardiff Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal is proud that his team have secured a play-off spot, despite being “outsiders” for promotion. The Owls comfortably beat Cardiff 3-0 on Saturday to guarantee a top-six finish in the Championship. “I said from the beginning that
Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal will fight for a second-place finish as his side look for a victory over Manchester City on Sunday. Leicester may have already sealed the Barclays Premier League title but the remainder of the top-four picture is yet to be completed.
The Gunners travel to the Etihad Stadium in third place, three
Karl Robinson’s side are nine points from safety with three matches to go MK Dons manager Karl Robinson says he went into the crowd during the 0-0 draw at Sheffield Wednesday because one of his players was pushed in the neck. In a heated match, the incident happened shortly after Ross Wallace was for sent
Nahki Wells has now scored 18 goals this season Rotherham all but guaranteed their Championship safety with a draw against Huddersfield. Greg Halford gave the hosts an early lead with a deflected strike from close range after Town failed to clear a corner. Nahki Wells levelled when his low shot went under the dive of