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PSG eye sensational swoop for Oscar: According to the Telegraph, Paris St Germain are rumored to been linked with a sensational 60m swoop for Chelsea’s magnificent duo Oscar and the dazzling Eden Hazard this coming transfer. Oscar joined Chelsea for £19m from Brazilian club International in 2012 but with his superb performances for the Blues this season, it’s not a surprise that clubs all around Europe want him to sign on their dotted lines. It is highly unexpected that Chelsea will let go their best stars, but with money being offered, the Stamford Bridge side might be enticed to sell.
Inter set to beat Manchester United for Alex Song: Manchester United appear to lose out to Inter Milan in the race to sign former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song, 26, from Barcelona. The Italian side also are supposed to have an eye for Manchester City’s Edin Dzeko and Chelsea’s Fernando Torres.
The Daily Mirror reports that Borussia Dortmund midfielder Ilkay Gundogan will make a decision on his future in the coming weeks, with rumors linking him to Premier League Giants Manchester United. The 23-year-old German International is out of contract in 2015 as David Moyes looks to snap him up in the coming summer.
On the flip side, The FA has requested TV footage to figure out whether United’s Marouane Fellaini spat at Pablo Zabaleta during the Manchester derby. By the looks of the scenes, it might be true that Fellaini did actually spit on the Argentine defender. If reports seem conclusive, the Belgian will face a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
Finally, West Ham‘s owners will look to bring a new manager to replaced the outdated Sam Allardyce at the end of the season amid growing pressure on the Hammers boss.
To finish it off, Bookmakers are losing faith in Manchester United with William Hill quoting them as 7-1 joint-fourth favorites to win next season’s Premier League title. Quite a drop that! To add to the despair, United’s woeful season looks set to have damaging consequences for the worldwide appeal of the Premier League, according to chief executive Richard Scudamore.