The GiveMeSport Report - March 25

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Manchester United star Chris Smalling has been disciplined by David Moyes, following reports that the defender was out boozing until the early hours this weekend.

The 24-year-old was recorded on camera running down a street at 3:15 on Saturday morning screaming United’s famous chat “we’ll do what we want,”. When asked about the incident Moyes confirmed that he had spoken with his player, and issued some firm words of advice.

In less jovial news it would appear that Arsenal have all but officially confirmed that they are looking for managers who will succeed Arsene Wenger when he steps down.

Despite reports this morning claiming that the Frenchman has agreed a two year extension of his current deal in principle, strong speculation is growing that the Gunners have drawn up a shortlist of potential candidates who could take the 64-year-old’s place in the dugout, when he finally calls time on his career in north London.

And in perhaps the biggest transfer story of the day Tottenham are being linked with an £18million bid for Chelsea starlet Romelu Lukaku.

The Belgian striker is said to be open to the idea of leaving Stamford Bridge if Jose Mourinho can’t promise him regular first-team football next term, and he has impressed once again during his loan spell with Everton this season.

It’s thought Spurs will test Mourinho’s resolve, and look to add Lukaku to their already strong Belgian contingent.

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