Wenger gives scathing assesment

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Arsene Wenger slammed a "shocking performance" after his side were thrashed by a Zlatan Ibrahimovic inspired Milan at the San Siro last night.

The Arsenal manager gave a scathing assessment of his players, admitting that the Gunners have little hope of overturning the scoreline in the second leg

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson reportedly believes Ryan Giggs could be just the man to replace him at Old Trafford when he retires.

Elsewhere, the war of words between Roberto Mancini and Carlos Tevez continues, with the City manager claiming he treated him the striker "too well".


Zambia striker Emmanuel Mayuka is attracting interest from a host of Premier League clubs, including Arsenal, Fulham and Newcastle. (talkSPORT)

Internacional striker Leandro Damiao's agent has alerted both Liverpool and Tottenham to his client's availability in the summer. (Insidefutbol)

And finally, Guus Hiddink rumoured to be returning as Chelsea manager - with Andre Villas-Boas' long term future at Stamford Bridge in doubt. (The Guardian)

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