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Lunchtime Report: May 4

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Steven Gerrard has insisted Liverpool's season will be a success if they win the FA Cup, ahead of Sunday's final against Chelsea at Wembley.

Kenny Dalglish's men have endured a miserable league campaign, but the Liverpool captain said that he believes "silverware is success".

Sir Alex Ferguson says he is hoping Newcastle do his side a favour by beating Manchester United's title rivals Manchester City this weekend.

Elsewhere, Wayne Rooney's audacious overhead kick against rivals City last season has been voted the greatest goal in Premier League history.

TRANSFER NEWS

In today's transfer news, Manchester City are planning a £40million bid for Gareth Bale - although Spurs are not prepared to sell. (Daily Mirror)

Roman Abramovich is considering a £15.5million bid for Bayer Leverkusen and Germany international striker Andre Schurrle. (Daily Telegraph)

And finally, Anfield chairman Tom Werner has hinted Liverpool could make an offer for Fulham and United States forward Clint Dempsey. (Sky Sports)

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