Afternoon Report: March 25
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham and Barcelona news
Wojciech Szczesny claims to see his long-term future at Arsenal despite speculation suggesting he could soon move on.
Reports claim that Arsene Wenger has lost faith in the 22-year-old and will look to bring in a new shot-stopper over the summer.
Chelsea defender David Luiz is confident his side can end a turbulent season on a high note by scooping a trophy double.
The Brazilian recognises the Blues have been poor but is determined the players can rescue their campaign by winning the Europa League and the FA Cup.
Stefan Savic believes his former employers Manchester City should look to sign Stevan Jovetic this summer.
Savic didn't enjoy the best of times in England during his one-year stay at the Etihad Stadium, but is of the the opinion that his club and country colleague would be a success in the Premier League.
Rafael can become one of the world's best right-backs, according to Manchester United team-mate Antonio Valencia.
The Brazilian has been one of Sir Alex Ferguson's most consistent performers this season and has played a key role in the club leading the Premier League table by 15 points.
Wales coach Chris Coleman has assured Tottenham Hotspur that he will not be gambling on Gareth Bale's fitness for a 2014 World Cup qualifier with Croatia on Tuesday.
Bale was a doubt for Friday's clash with Scotland after struggling with illness and an ankle knock, but took his place in the side, though lasted only 45 minutes.
Barcelona president Sandro Rosell is hopeful that Victor Valdes will sign a new contract with the club.
Valdes's current deal expires in 2014 and his representatives have told the club he will look to leave at that point, but Rosell believes the Spanish goalkeeper can be convinced to stay at the Nou Camp.