City & Spurs set sights on Robles

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FA Director of Football Development Trevor Brooking has hinted that the FA have identified Harry Redknapp as the man to succeed Fabio Capello.

Revealingly, Brooking suggested a potential manager could assume the role a few days before Euro 2012, highlighting the "sensitivities" of the appointment.

Sir Alex Ferguson has said he believes former Manchester United striker Louis Saha will pose a serious threat when his side face Tottenham on Sunday.

Elsewhere, Chelsea defender David Luiz has backed Andre-Vilas Boas to turn around the Blues season and succeed as manager at Stamford Bridge.


Marek Hamsik is the latest player to be linked with a move away from Napoli, with reports in Italy suggesting Arsenal are planning a summer bid. (Fans FC)

Manchester City and Tottenham are reportedly targeting Athletico Madrid and Spain U21 goalkeeper Joe Robles. (Sky Sports)

And finally, Paris Saint-Germain are said to be lining up a sensational £67m move for Barcelona and Spain midfielder Xavi. (

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