Lunchtime Report: April 2

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Kenny Dalglish has called for Liverpool to stick together after his side slumped to their third consecutive Premier League defeat on Sunday.

Liverpool have taken just eight points from their last 12 games, with such poor form raising questions about Kenny Dalglish's record at the club.

Roberto Mancini has refused to concede the title race is over - but admitted it could well be if rivals Manchester United win their next two games.

Elsewhere, Sir Alex Ferguson has hailed the "fantastic improvement" shown by David De Gea after his difficult start to life at Old Trafford.


Rennes midfielder and France international Yann M'Vila has admitted he would be tempted by a move to Arsenal in the summer. (Daily Mail)

Tottenham midfielder Gareth Bale has admitted he would find it hard to turn down a move to Real Madrid or Barcelona. (Metro)

And finally, Roberto Di Matteo has dismissed speculation linking Raul Meireles and Ashley Cole with a move away from Chelsea. (Sky Sports)

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