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President of Barcelona Josep Maria Bartomeu shared his opinion about the victory of the team over Sevilla (5-0) in the final of the Cup of Spain.
Barcelona is very close to making the Gold Doubler in the end of the season, having won the championship and the Cup of the country.

"The golden double is a historic achievement, as we were not so often able to formalize it," Bartomeu quoted Marca as saying.

"Everyone who saw the match against Sevilla was delighted, we have not played at this level for a long time." We had a fantastic match. "

"If we win the championship, it will be an excellent season, we hope to secure a title as soon as possible," added the president of Barcelona.

For five rounds before the end of the championship in Barcelona, ​​12 points gap from the nearest competitor.
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President of Barcelona Josep Maria Bartomeu shared his opinion about the victory of the team over Sevilla (5-0) in the final of the Cup of Spain.
Barcelona is very close to making the Gold Doubler in the end of the season, having won the championship and the Cup of the country.

"The golden double is a historic achievement, as we were not so often able to formalize it," Bartomeu quoted Marca as saying.

"Everyone who saw the match against Sevilla was delighted, we have not played at this level for a long time." We had a fantastic match. "

"If we win the championship, it will be an excellent season, we hope to secure a title as soon as possible," added the president of Barcelona.

For five rounds before the end of the championship in Barcelona, ​​12 points gap from the nearest competitor.
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Monday's Newspapers:
23rd April 2018


daily mail

Juventus are looking to oversee a summer revolution in the transfer window and are primed to launch bids for Matteo Darmian and Emre Can.
Mauricio Pochettino will consider disregarding next season's FA Cup by fielding Tottenham's kids in the competition.


daily mirror

Alexandre Lacazette invited an Arsenal fan to watch the game against West Ham on Sunday because of his bizarre tattoo.
Mohamed Salah has become embroiled in a "very serious issue" with the Egyptian Football Association over his image rights.
Liverpool have joined the race to sign Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak according to reports in Spain.
England U17 'keeper Arthur Okonkwo, 16, is being targeted by RB Leipzig and Celtic because he has yet to sign a deal at Arsenal.
Brentford are bracing themselves for interest in midfielder Ryan Woods if they are unable to secure promotion through the play-offs.
Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey is set to sign a new contract.
Aston Villa and Crystal Palace are keeping tabs on QPR midfielder Massimo Luongo.


daily star

Jose Mourinho did not celebrate Alexis Sanchez's FA Cup semi-final goal because he had an urgent tactical message to relay to Ashley Young and Ander Herrera.
Manchester City fear being punished by the Football Association after a mass pitch invasion following their 5-0 win over Swansea on Sunday.


the sun

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho insists he will not splash the cash to catch Man City.
Andres Iniesta will reveal his future plans this week as he continues to be linked with a switch to China in the summer.
Jonjo Shelvey will not be part of England's World Cup squad despite his fine form for Newcastle.
Borussia Dortmund are keen on signing Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi on a permanent deal in the summer.
Aston Villa striker Gabby Agbonlahor could retire from football - aged 31.


the guardian

Roma manager Eusebio Di Francesco warned he does not need his team to tell him about Mohamed Salah's qualities.


daily express

Real Madrid are reportedly plotting a £123m-plus-player deal for Mohamed Salah.



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Pep Guardiola defended Manchester City supporters for invading the Etihad Stadium pitch at the final whistle, but insisted he would have "no problem" if the FA opted to charge the club.


daily record
Moussa Dembele will be back for Celtic's title showdown with Rangers on Saturday after missing the defeat by Hibs.
Former Celtic target Rivaldo Coetzee could be forced to retire aged 21 because doctors are unable to solve the South Africa defender's foot problem.
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
April 24 2018

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Arsenal's next manager will be restricted to just a £50m summer transfer budget.
John McGinn says he loves Hibs but admits he wants to "test myself at a higher level".
THE SUN

Manchester City are willing to sell John Stones this summer.
Swansea will challenge Celtic and Rangers in the race to sign Dundee midfielder Glen Kamara this summer.
Sir Alex Ferguson wanted to sign Ilkay Gundogan, Mats Hummels and Marco Reus for Manchester United before he announced his departure in 2013.
RB Leipzig attempted to sign Trent Alexander-Arnold in January when Liverpool tried to bring forward their deal to sign Naby Keita by six months.
Southampton star Sofiane Boufal has been banished to train on his own after a massive dressing-room bust-up with boss Mark Hughes.
Hull rugby league supremo Adam Pearson is heading a consortium trying to buy crisis club Sunderland.
THE TIMES

Paul Pogba insists Jose Mourinho does not have a problem with his outlandish haircuts after the Manchester United manager's recent comments.
DAILY EXPRESS

Alexis Sanchez says Jose Mourinho told him he doesn't like signing players in January and doesn't expect him to settle in straight away.
Dani Alves has opened the door to a shock Barcelona return.
DAILY MAIL

Manchester City have held talks with the agent of Napoli midfielder Jorginho despite the midfielder being heavily linked with a move to Liverpool.
The Football Association has been accused of exploitation by fans who face a 30 per cent price increase for FA Cup final tickets.
Leeds have planned a pre-season tour of Burma despite the UK government advising against 'all but essential' travel to the region.
Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde is considering his future at the club despite being days away from winning the double in his first season.
THE MIRROR

Manchester United's contract rebel Marouane Fellaini has already been contacted by Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, Monaco, Besiktas, West Ham and Leicester ahead of a summer move.
LA Galaxy forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he wants a Hollywood acting career once he finishes his career in Major League Soccer.
RB Leipzig forward Emil Forsberg has sparked fresh links with Arsenal with his recent social media activity suggesting he is leaving the Bundesliga side.
Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi insists he wants to stay at the club after Arsene Wenger leaves despite constant criticism from fans and media.
Liverpool midfielder Lazar Markovic is angry at the club for pricing him out of an Anfield exit despite not making an appearance for the club in three years.
Tottenham flop Fernando Llorente is open to quitting the club this summer.
DAILY STAR

Former Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood says Arsene Wenger, who he brought to north London, was right to quit Arsenal.
Lionel Messi has vetoed Barcelona's move for Antoine Griezmann allowing Manchester United to move into pole position to sign the Frenchman.
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Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud told his team-mates that Wembley Stadium is his 'garden' because he is unbeaten at the ground.
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Wednesday's Newspapers:
April 25 2018


Daily Mirror
Arsenal believe they are ahead of Chelsea in the race to make Luis Enrique their next manager but could baulk at his wage demands of £15m per season.
RB Leipzig are targeting Tottenham teenager Reo Griffiths, who has scored more than 30 goals for the club's youth teams this season.
Chelsea and Manchester United fans are coming together for an emotional tribute to Ray Wilkins, who died earlier this month, when they meet in the FA Cup final on May 19.
Pep Guardiola is looking at Brazil U20 defender Lucas Halter, who plays for Atletico Paranaense, to add to his South American connection at Manchester City.
Robin van Persie has hinted he's close to retiring, admitting he has to be 'honest' with himself.
Jamaal Lascelles claims Newcastle have silenced the critics who dismissed them as "just a Championship team".

The Sun

Manchester United will have to offer £40m plus Luke Shaw if they want to sign Tottenham left-back Danny Rose this summer.
Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon says the club will only sign Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski as a stop-gap while they wait for Harry Kane.
Hector Bellerin has dropped a huge hint he is set to stay at Arsenal - by revealing he wants the No2 shirt.


The Times

Joachim Low is reluctant to succeed Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager this summer because of concern that he may be burnt out after Germany's World Cup defence in Russia.
Fifa's plans for a Club World Cup will bring health concerns for overworked players, Richard Scudamore, the Premier League's executive chairman, has said.

Daily Star

Carlo Ancelotti (below) is set to become Italy's next national team manager but only because he has been snubbed by both Arsenal and Chelsea.
Manchester City have withdrawn their interest in Shakhtar Donetsk playmaker Fred, paving the way for Manchester United to make a move.


Daily Telegraph

Chelsea will resist offers for Tiemoue Bakayoko and Alvaro Morata this summer unless either player makes it clear they want to leave.
Stoke City have cancelled their end-of-season awards dinner as they believe it would be "inappropriate" because of the team's struggles this season.

Daily Mail

Allan McGregor is edging towards a stunning return to Rangers.
Cristiano Ronaldo continued his gift-giving spree by sending Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford a signed Real Madrid shirt.
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April 26 2018



DAILY TELEGRAPH

Arsene Wenger says he wants to manage another top European club after he leaves Arsenal.
Chelsea are hoping a summer merry-go-round of managers will see them avoid paying a huge bill to replace Antonio Conte.
Craig Brown has added his voice to the calls for Hampden Park to remain Scotland's home ground.


DAILY MIRROR

Arsene Wenger has claimed it would be "even better" if Arsenal went for a former player to succeed him as manager.
Manchester United are set to battle rivals City for the £50m-rated Napoli midfielder Jorginho.
Mauricio Pochettino's summer wish list includes Sporting Lisbon's Gelson Martins, Southampton's Cedric Soares and Wolves' Ruben Neves.
Chris Coleman is set to be given an escape route from Sunderland by Championship club Ipswich.
Christian Benteke admits he is running out of time to rediscover his form ahead of the World Cup.


DAILY MAIL

Liverpool tell Real Madrid £200m will not get them Mohamed Salah.
Arsenal are rivaling Chelsea and Manchester United for the signature of Roma's Radja Nainggolan.
Leicester City have been told Porto want £30m for right back Ricardo Pereira.
Crystal Palace are interested in Belgium international midfielder Leander Dendoncker.


THE SUN

West Ham goalkeeper Adrian will force an exit from the club this summer if David Moyes stays on as manager.
Manchester United want Jonny Evans back from West Brom this summer for a cut-price £3m.
Steven Gerrard is in talks to become the next Rangers manager.
Arsenal are set to give Arsene Wenger an emotional send off at his last home match as boss - with a guard of honour.
Lucas Leiva plans on sitting with Liverpool fans for their trip to Roma.
Middlesbrough are suing Birmingham over poaching.


DAILY STAR

Defenders Alfie Mawson and Lewis Dunk are David Moyes' top transfer targets this summer for West Ham.


THE TIMES

Patrick Vieira is open to the opportunity of returning to Arsenal after the end of Arsene Wenger's 22-year reign.
Manchester United are hoping to persuade Ryan Sessegnon to sign for them this summer if he decides to leave Fulham.


DAILY RECORD

Rangers' top brass have blanked a series of demands to explain why captain Lee Wallace and veteran striker Kenny Miller have been booted out of Ibrox.
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Friday's Newspapers:
April 27 2018


Daily Star

Liverpool have been urged to sign Jack Butland from Stoke this summer by former Reds goalkeeper Ray Clemence.
Barcelona are ready to offer Ousmane Dembele to Arsenal in a swap deal to secure the signing of Hector Bellerin this summer.


The Sun

Luis Enrique wants a £200m transfer war chest to overhaul Arsenal...and only the strikers are safe from the axe.
Jose Mourinho blames Chelsea for selling Mohamed Salah - and says the Blues lied about his departure.
Arsenal will battle Atletico Madrid and Napoli to sign £17.5m Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno.
Joel Glazer has called Jose Mourinho (below) to tell him what a good job he is doing as Manchester United boss.

Daily Mirror

West Ham have joined the race to land £3m Jonny Evans as Premier League sides prepare for West Brom's relegation.
Roman Abramovich has ordered Chelsea chiefs to press on with transfer plans, despite the uncertainty over Antonio Conte's future.
Liverpool were handed a Sadio Mane injury scare - but a thigh injury should not keep the star out of the Champions League semi-final in Rome.
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan has insisted lightning can strike twice for the club in the Champions League - this time against Liverpool.
Jamie Vardy's captaincy skills have been hailed by Leicester boss Claude Puel.

Daily Mail

Steven Gerrard is poised to make Gary McAllister his right-hand man in a new Rangers management team.
Sam Allardyce's future as Everton manager is in the balance after he failed to receive public backing from Farhad Moshiri.
Claude Puel is facing an uncertain future as Leicester manager, with doubts growing over his ability to lead the club's summer overhaul.
Tottenham are preparing to raise around £170m in funds by selling four first-team stars - Danny Rose, Toby Alderweireld, Victor Wanyama and Mousa Dembele - this summer.


Daily Telegraph

Ipswich Town are to interview Sol Campbell (below) in their search for their new manager.
Andreas Pereira will look to leave Manchester United this summer if Jose Mourinho rules out the prospect of the midfielder challenging for a first-team place.
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Saturday's Newspapers:
28th April 2018


daily express

Barcelona and Manchester United have been put on alert after Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann revealed he is unsure where his future lies.
Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez has revealed he is in contract talks ahead of their West Brom clash.


the sun

Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone will be banned from having any contact with his players during the second leg of the Europa League semi-final against Arsenal.


daily mail

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has snubbed Ederson's calls to take a penalty as he demands respect for their opposition.
Premier League duo Bournemouth and Brighton are weighing up a £3m move for Hibernian ace John McGinn.
David Moyes has been teaching his West Ham squad how to play without the ball because he knows Manchester City will dominate it on Sunday.


daily star

Stoke boss Paul Lambert says Liverpool will be taking a big risk playing Mo Salah against them ahead of next week's Champions League clash with Roma.
PSG will only sell Neymar this summer if they find themselves in Financial Fair Play trouble.


the independent

Arsene Wenger recalls being offered the Manchester United manager's job but insists he was always 'loyal' to Arsenal.
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Sunday's Newspapers:
29th April 2018

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Mo Salah is set for a double-your-money deal to keep him at Liverpool.
Tottenham are braced for bitter rivals Chelsea to bid for Toby Alderweireld but will spend the possible £45m fee on Ajax centre-back Matthijs de Ligt.
Chelsea could potentially groundshare with London rivals West Ham when Stamford Bridge is knocked down and rebuilt.
Insiders have hinted Spurs are "further away than ever" from signing long-term target Ryan Sessegnon, with Fulham asking for a fee rising to £100m for the exciting left-sided player.
Manchester United want a left-back this summer and have Alex Sandro and Danny Rose at the top of their shopping list.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is looking to boost his forward options and wants to sign £12m-rated Bristol City striker Bobby Reid this summer.
Oldham teenager Tom Hamer is being watched by Premier League side Brighton.
Wolves will table a £20m offer for Stoke midfielder Joe Allen to tempt him into staying in the Premier League.
Newcastle are leading the race to sign Croatia U21 goalkeeper Carlo Letica and watched him play for Hajduk Split last week.
Keith Curle is favourite to take over as manager at Bury, who will start next season in League Two.


sunday times

Arsenal have stepped away from making Luis Enrique their next manager as they feel the Spaniard would not fit within their recruitment strategy.


sunday mirror

Steven Gerrard has said yes to Rangers - and will take former Liverpool midfielder Gary McAllister with him.
Tottenham are ready to splash a bank-busting £100m plus to land Lazio duo Sergey Milinkovic-Savic and Ciro Immobile this summer.
Gabriel Jesus insists he will not be rushed into signing a new contract at Manchester City.
Manchester City will block any efforts by Arsenal to lure Patrick Vieira or Mikel Arteta as replacements for Arsene Wenger.
Joe Hart will return to Manchester City at the end of the season - leaving Pep Guardiola with a major headache.
Arsenal are tracking promising Swiss playmaker Djibril Sow.
Everton will listen to offers for Wayne Rooney as part of a shock summer revolution which could also lead to the departures of manager Sam Allardyce and chairman Bill Kenwright.
Crystal Palace are to open contract talks with midfielder James McArthur after the Scot was linked with a move to Rangers earlier in the week.
Swansea are leading the chase to sign Rangers right-back James Tavernier, but will face competition from a handful of other Premier League clubs.
Chris Coleman will rip up his £800,000-a-week contract and take a substantial voluntary pay cut to stay at Sunderland and lead them back to the Championship.
Ross McCormack is in line for a £1m bonus if Aston Villa are promoted despite not kicking a ball for the club this season and being sent on loan to Melbourne City.


daily star sunday

Leicester are lining up a summer swoop to bring Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez to the King Power Stadium.
Manchester United have failed in a final attempt to keep hold of Marouane Fellaini after the Belgium international turned down a £140,000-a-week contract offer.
Fellaini is attracting interest from Paris Saint-Germain. Juventus, Monaco, Leicester and West Ham, where he could be reunited with David Moyes.
Manchester United are prepared to lose money on Daley Blind to get the Netherlands defender off their wage bill in a cut-price £10m deal.
Phil Foden and Brahim Diaz are in line for £25,000-a-week pay rises at Manchester City with Pep Guardiola seeing the teenagers as integral parts of the club's future.
Man City and Argentina striker Sergio Aguero is set to resume rehab this week following keyhole surgery on his knee.


mail on sunday

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has outlined his own plans for managerial longevity as he prepares to face his old adversary Arsene Wenger in the Arsenal dugout for the last time.
England goalkeeper Jack Butland and £14m January signing Badou Ndiaye will lead an exodus of up to a dozen players at Stoke this summer if the club are relegated from the Premier League.
Claude Puel's position at Leicester has fallen under even greater scrutiny after the 5-0 defeat by Crystal Palace raised serious questions as to whether the players are performing for him.


sunday express

Gareth Bale will stay at Real Madrid next season - because no Premier League club can afford to bring him home.
Chelsea have offered a heavy hint that they will go after Juventus boss Max Allegri by launching a bid for the Serie A club's sporting director Fabio Paratici.


sunday telegraph

Brendan Rodgers declared himself 'relaxed' about the prospect of Celtic's Australian playmaker Tom Rogic moving on this summer, although the Parkhead manager has also tried to persuade the 25-year-old to stay with the Scottish champions.
The Football Association offered Jacksonville Jaguars and Fulham owner Shahid Khan a preferential option to buy Wembley Stadium as far back as 2015.
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone says there is no point him hiding the fact he has a problem with his temper after his high-profile dismissal against Arsenal.
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Monday's Newspapers:
April 30 2018


DAILY MIRROR

Carlo Ancelotti has reportedly rejected the chance to take over as Italy boss, leaving the door open for Arsenal.

Roberto Mancini is now favourite to become Italy manager after Ancelotti's decision.

Ajax teenager Matthijs de Ligt has played down talk of a move to Tottenham.

Wayne Rooney has claimed Sam Allardyce could not have done more at Everton and deserves praise - despite their fans wanting him out.

West Brom face a battle to keep hold of versatile defender Craig Dawson with Burnley, Wolves and West Ham all monitoring his situation.

Joey Barton is set to name former QPR team-mate Clint Hill as his assistant manager.

Nottingham Forest boss Aitor Karanka is keen to keep loan striker Lee Tomlin on a permanent basis.

THE SUN

Ajax want to sign Chelsea sensation Mason Mount as a host of clubs across Europe show interest in the teenage prodigy.

Bournemouth have entered the race to sign Celtic defender Kieran Tierney, who is also wanted by Manchester United and Tottenham.

Huddersfield are ready to sign German defender Leon Balogun from Mainz in their first swoop for next season.

West Ham are confident they will not be forced to share the London Stadium with Chelsea from 2020 and the club will be given final say on any possible deal.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Dusan Tadic has urged Southampton to keep Mark Hughes as their manager, even if the club are relegated from the Premier League this season.

Ben Foster wants Darren Moore to be given the West Brom job on a full-time basis.

DAILY RECORD

Zeljko Buvac has sensationally quit as part of Liverpool's backroom staff after a bust-up with Jurgen Klopp.

DAILY MAIL

Former FA chairman Lord Triesman has led calls for 'full disclosure' on the £1bn Wembley bid and questioned whether the FA board have the expertise to sell the stadium.

Rome police will deploy more than 2,000 officers to protect Liverpool supporters from attacks led by Roma's "Ultra" fans when they arrive for Wednesday's Champions League clash.

THE GUARDIAN

Claude Puel has conceded that Leicester's players have appeared distracted over recent weeks, with results tailing off alarmingly as the Frenchman seeks to convince the club hierarchy that he should oversee a summer overhaul of the squad.

DAILY STAR

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane insists that Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema will remain at the club this summer.

THE TIMES

The Football Association's deal to sell Wembley Stadium to Shahid Khan will include a "pay-as-you-play" deal which could see England schedule games at other stadia.

Steven Gerrard is set to hold more talks over becoming the next manager of Rangers but is not yet close to agreeing a deal.
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