Evening Report: July 1

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Arsenal playmaker Santi Cazorla believes the fight for the Premier League title will be closer than ever next season.

The Spanish star does not think managerial changes will make a huge impact on the Gunners’ rivals, as Arsene Wenger’s side look to get back to challenging for top spot. 

Aitor Karanka has revealed that he’s rejected the chance to join Jose Mourinho at Chelsea.

The 39-year-old was Jose Mourinho’s assistant at the Santiago Bernabeu, but opted to stay in Spain rather than move to the English capital. 

Manchester City face competition from Atletico Madrid in the race to sign Pablo Osvaldo.

The £15million-rated forward is set to leave Roma this season after launching a scathing attack on the manager last month.

It might not be April 1st, but Manchester United have been linked with the most outrageous of transfers in recent times.

Sunday Life in Northern Ireland reported that new manager David Moyes is set to swoop for Lionel Messi. Don’t hold your breath, Red Devils fans. 

Tottenham Hotspur have moved a step closer to landing David Villa, if Sports Direct News are to be believed.

The website claims Andre Villas-Boas has reached a verbal agreement with the player, although a fee is yet to be agreed for the Barcelona star.


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