Football

Afternoon Report: June 12

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Arsenal and Manchester City are on alert after AC Milan admitted star striker Stephan El Shaarawy is not unsellable. Milan chief Adriano Galliani conceded every player has their price amid speculation the Premier League duo were ready to open the bidding for the Italy forward.

Tottenham have had a £15m bid for Inter Milan midfielder Fredy Guarin rejected, according to reports. Inter Milan want the entire fee up front for the Colombian international but Spurs initial offer spread the cost over five years.

Harry Redknapp has backed David Moyes after the Manchester United boss axed two of Sir Alex Ferguson's trusted assistants. Eric Steele and Mike Phelan have left the club, and Redknapp believes it's important to get your own people around you when starting a new job.

Juan Mata was on target as Spain won their final warm-up match before the Confederations Cup this weekend. The Chelsea star added the second goal in a 2-0 win over the Republic of Ireland at Yankee Stadium in New York City.

Cesc Fabregas will not be kept at the Nou Camp against his will, according to Barcelona vice president Josep Bartomeu. The former-Arsenal captain has been linked with a return to the Premier League, and Bartomeu revealed Fabregas could be allowed to leave if the midfielder wants to move on this summer.

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Chelsea
Manchester City
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