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Morning Report: March 28

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Roberto di Matteo admitted he could 'not have hoped' for a better result after his side earned victory at the Estadio da Luz last night, scoring a vital away goal.

The Chelsea manager though said his side weren't through yet, warning there was still work to do to set up a semi-final against either Barcelona or AC Milan.

Elsewhere last night, a dominant Tottenham eventually overcame a resilient Bolton side to progress to the FA Cup semi-finals - when they will face Chelsea.

Nikica Jelavic inspired Everton to victory against Sunderland in the other FA Cup quarter-final last night, setting up a semi-final Merseyside derby at Wembley.

TRANSFER NEWS

Today's transfer new sees reports Manchester United are planning summer moves for both Eden Hazard and Javi Martinez. (Caught Offside)

Arsene Wenger will offload a number of fringe players, who are costing the club £23m a year in wages, to the fund a summer spending spree. (Daily Mail)

And finally, Juventus have been linked a £9m move for Raul Meireles amid talk he wants to leave Chelsea after Andre Villas-Boas' departure. (talkSPORT)

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