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Fergie wants Scholes to play on

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Sir Alex Ferguson reportedly wants for Paul Scholes to keep on playing for another season following his return from retirement earlier this year.

The 37-year-old midfielder has impressed in midfield this season - leading to suggestions he could even force his way into the England Euro 2012 squad.

Chelsea have denied claims the club owner Roman Abramovich held showdown talks with Andre Villas-Boas before Sundays' draw with United.

Elsewhere, Emmanuel Frimpong has returned to Arsenal from Wolves, where he on loan, after sustaining a serious cruciate ligament injury.

TRANSFER NEWS

Malaga are rivalling Tottenham for the signing of West Ham goalkeeper Robert Green, who is out of contract in the summer. (The People)

Liverpool are reportedly targeting Blackpool forward Matt Phillips, who has impressed for the Championship side this season. (Caught Offside)

And finally, Daniele De Rossi has signed a new contract at Roma, ending talk linking him with Manchester United and Manchester City. (Sky Sports)

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