Morning Report: May 15

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Manchester City have publicly apologised after Carlos Tevez was seen holding up a 'RIP Fergie' banner at the club's victory parade on Monday.

City said the Argentinian has made a "serious error of judgement", with Tevez claiming he "did not mean any disrespect to Sir Alex Ferguson".

Wigan manager Roberto Martinez has emerged as the early favourite to succeed Alex McLeish at Aston Villa, with Paul Lambert also in the frame.

Elsewhere, Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs will continue playing at United until at least the end of next season.


In today's transfer news, Robin van Persie is set for talks with Arsene Wenger and Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis about his future tomorrow. (BBC Sport)

Chelsea and Liverpool could miss out on Brazil and Sao Paulo midfielder Lucas, with Inter Milan now the favourites to sign the 19-year-old star. (talkSPORT)

And finally, Eden Hazard has confirmed he will be playing in Manchester next season, seemingly confirming he will indeed join Manchester City. (Sky Sports)

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