Evening Report: April 10
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham and Barcelona news
Chelsea could be forced to cough up £800,000 for newly-signed teenager Kasey Palmer.
The Blues snapped up Palmer from Charlton earlier this week, and his fee may reach almost £1 million in add-ons.
Younes Kaboul is unlikely to be included in Tottenham's squad for their Europa League clash against Basel in Switzerland.
The Frenchman hasn't played since August but took a step forwards in his recovery by playing for Spurs' U-21 side against West Ham on Monday.
Sir Bobby Charlton says Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson could manage for another ten years.
Ferguson has been in charge at Old Trafford since 1986.
Arsenal youngster Carl Jenkinson says Lee Dixon is the player he would most like to emulate during his time in north London.
Dixon made over 600 appearances for the Gunners, and Jenkinson says he would be pleased to have half the career his idol had.
Gerard Pique admits that Barcelona's season has been a roller coaster - but says it has helped them cope with disappointment on the pitch.
Manager Tito Vilanova and defender Eric Abidal have suffered with serious illness this term, and Pique says it has put results on the pitch into perspective.
And finally, Carlos Tevez's community service sentence for driving offences has begun - he's working in a garden centre.