Evening Report: May 7

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Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini believes Jose Mourinho's potential return to Chelsea this summer will 'increase the charm' of the Premier League.

Mourinho is odds on favourite to become the next Chelsea boss at the end of the season, with the Portuguese expected to leave Real Madrid.

Andre Villas-Boas has hit back at Wojciech Szczesny after the Arsenal goalkeeper claimed Tottenham don't have enough quality to finish in the top four.

Villas-Boas says Szczesny should not be entitled to so much hatred of Tottenham, given that he is not a genuine supporter of Arsenal and will eventually leave the club.

Sir Alex Ferguson has lavished praise on Manchester United's greatest £20 million signing - the Premier League champion's recently renovated Carrington training complex.

Ferguson believes money has been well spent on the revamped facility, and says it now has a 'wow' factor among the club's players.

Barcelona winger Cristian Tello has played down comparisons to former Camp Nou star Thierry Henry.

Tello has been likened to the ex-Arsenal captain, but says he has a long way to go before reaching the heights of the Frenchman.

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