Afternoon Report: May 2
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham and Barcelona news
Chelsea will reportedly have to pay £12million if they hope to release Jose Mourinho from his contract with Real Madrid.
The Portuguese has a break clause written into his deal with Madrid, and Chelsea will have to activate this in order to bring him back to Stamford Bridge.
Sir Alex Ferguson insists he is not concerned by Danny Welbeck's poor goal return for Manchester United this season.
Welbeck has scored only once in the Premier League, and Ferguson has backed the 22-year-old to improve his tally next term.
Paris Saint-Germain fans have written an open letter to manager Carlo Ancelotti pleading him to stay with the club, amid links with Arsene Wenger.
The Arsenal boss has been made one of the favourites for the job if Ancelotti leaves, but the club's supporters want the Italian to stay.
Brazilian midfielder Fernandinho is too good for Manchester City, according to the Shakhtar Donetsk manager.
Fernandinho has been linked with a £23 million summer transfer window move to the Etihad Stadium.
Tottenham have reportedly been alerted to the relegation release clause written into Loic Remy's contract with Queens Park Rangers.
The France international will reportedly be available for as little as £5 million this summer.
Bayern Munich are worthy Champions League finalists, admits Barcelona captain Xavi.
Bayern cruised to a 7-0 aggregate win against Barcelona, and Xavi says the Bundesliga champions deserve their place at Wembley.