Morning Report: March 30

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Sir Alex Ferguson believes Manchester United have the experience to beat rivals City in the race for the Premier League title this season.

The United manager said that the balance between senior players and youth is an advantage as his side bid for a record 20th top-flight title.

Kenny Dalglish has admitted that Andy Carroll is yet to make his mark at Anfield as the towering striker continues to struggle for form.

Elsewhere, former Blues defender Marcel Desailly has called for Roberto di Matteo to be appointed as Chelsea manager permanently.


In today's transfer news, Manchester City are reportedly preparing a record breaking transfer bid for Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo. (Goal)

Andre Villas-Boas was planning a radical overhaul at Chelsea before he was sacked - with Edinson Cavani and Hulk targets. (The Guardian)

And finally, Tottenham are planning a move for Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers if Harry Redknapp takes the England job. (Express)

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