Evening Report: May 15

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Arsene Wenger has warned Arsenal they must still go to Newcastle and get a win to ensure Champions League qualification.

The Gunners picked up a huge win against Wigan last night to move into the driving seat for a top four spot - and Wenger wants them to finish the job next Sunday.

Chelsea are yet to confirm that Frank Lampard has signed a new contract with the club - despite widespread reports otherwise.

Lampard's contract is up in the summer, although it now appears the veteran midfielder will stay at Stamford Bridge for another season.

Manuel Pellegrini has been spotted at Malaga airport - amidst rumours he is on his way to England to be unveiled as Manchester City boss this week.

Roberto Mancini was relieved of his duties at the Etihad Stadium earlier this week.

Jan Vertonghen believes Tottenham can still clinch a top four finish this season.

Spurs are a point behind rivals Arsenal with a game to go, and Vertonghen reckons there is still a chance the Gunners can slip up.

Barcelona are in Brazil putting the final touches to a deal for Neymar according to reports in Spain. 

The Brazilian youngster was linked with a move to Bayern Munich earlier this week.

And finally, Larnell Cole rounded off a perfect week for Sir Alex Ferguson as the youngster scored a hat-trick to earn Manchester United's under 21 side  a 3-0 victory over rivals Liverpool in front of the retiring boss.

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