Paper Round: United stars could join Prem rivals

Two Manchester United stars could join Premier League rivals according to the Sunday papers.



Round-up: Juventus moved closer to a third consecutive Serie A title when a Paul Pogba goal beat a dogged Bologna side 1-0.


Norwich City19:00Liverpool

Team news, quotes, facts and odds ahead of the Premier League clash between Norwich City and Liverpool at Carrow Road


Chelsea1 - 2Sunderland

A late penalty from on-loan Liverpool star Fabio Borini gave Sunderland a 2-1 victory at Chelsea.


Round-up: Goals from Claudio Pizarro and Mario Mandzukic rescued lacklustre Bayern Munich who beat Eintracht Braunschweig 2-0.


Tottenham Hotspur3 - 1Fulham

Tottenham cemented their hold on a Europa League place with a 3-1 victory over Fulham that left the Cottagers two points from safety.


Steven Gerrard has hailed Brendan Rodgers as "phenomenal" and hopes the Northern Irishman can build a legacy at the club.


Chelsea1 - 2Sunderland
West Ham United0 - 1Crystal Palace

Sam Allardyce’s West Ham were booed off as Mile Jedinak’s penalty gave Crystal Palace a 1-0 victory, their fifth consecutive Premier League victory.


Newcastle United1 - 2Swansea City

Wilfried Bony scored a penalty in injury time to give Swansea City a 2-1 win over Newcastle United.


Edinson Cavani's double earned Paris St Germain a 2-1 win against Olympique Lyon in the French League Cup final.


Atlético Madrid2 - 0Elche CF

Round-up: Carlos Vela grabbed a late winner for Real Sociedad in a 2-1 win against Espanyol at Estadio Anoeta.


Aston Villa0 - 0Southampton

Southampton dominated possession but were unable to find a way through a resolute Aston Villa defence in an uninspiring goalless draw.


Cardiff City1 - 1Stoke City

Whittingham's second half penalty earned Cardiff a 1-1 draw with Stoke City at the Cardiff City Stadium.


Manchester United have been offered Valencia defender Adil Rami as they look to strengthen their squad in the summer.


The row over Sandro's absence from the Tottenham squad has escalated after Tim Sherwood called the Brazil midfielder "not good enough".


Garry Monk feels Swansea City still have work to do before they can feel safe from Premier League relegation.


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