It’s a Saturday night in the United States, which means we get to scour all of the British Sunday tabloids for Premier League news. And boy there are a lot of BS stories tonight!
First up is The Sunday People who say that Manchester City have agreed a record £54 million transfer fee for Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao. I’ll believe it when I see it. Don’t be surprised if the British tabloids report that Falcao has agreed a transfer fee with four or five different clubs before the summer transfer window ends. They’re bound to be right eventually.
Meanwhile, The Sun is reporting that Chelsea have accepted that they’re willing to take a £30 millon loss on striker Fernando Torres if he’s sold this summer. If true, even £25 million for Torres is a lot of money.
In the final “I’ll believe it when I see it” story, The Sunday People are back with another unbelievable story where they say that Chelsea have told Manchester United to name their asking price for Rooney. Even money bags Chelsea won’t spend an obscene amount of money on Rooney, I’m sure.
What do you think? Is there an ounce of truth to any of the above three stories? Let us know in the comments section below.
Here are tonight’s Premier League news headlines:
- Manchester City agree record £54m transfer fee for Radamel Falcao — The Mirror
- Chelsea will accept a £30 million loss to get rid of striker Fernando Torres — The Sun
- Grant Wahl interviews Rafa Benitez about his season at Chelsea — Sports Illustrated
- Alan Pardew orders Newcastle United French players to speak in English — The Telegraph
- Martin Tyler recalls his favorite Premier League memories — FOX Soccer
- Chelsea tell Manchester United to name their price for Rooney — The Mirror
- Revenue gap between Spurs and Arsenal will be £100m+ if Spurs fail to finish in top 4 — Telegraph
- Newcastle owner offers staff £1m bonus if they beat Arsenal in final game — The Mirror
- Martinez insists Wigan will depart the Premier League with their heads held high — Sky Sports
- Fernando Torres inspired by a new sense of belonging at Chelsea as he looks to the future — Telegraph
- Karren Brady says even if Messi played for West Ham some fans would not visit Olympic Stadium — Mail
- Tony Pulis has reiterated that he does not see himself leaving Stoke this summer — Sky Sports
- Kenwyne Jones apologises to team-mate Glenn Whelan for smashing his car — The Independent
- Giorgos Karagounis and Simon Davies are set to leave Fulham this summer — Sky Sports
- Premier League stars saying goodbye to their clubs on Sunday — The Telegraph
- Michael Laudrup wants players to finish strongly against Fulham — Sky Sports
- Paolo Di Canio says his arrival saved Sunderland from going down — The Guardian
- Razvan Rat looks set to complete a free transfer move to West Ham — Sky Sports
- Targets have to be met as Abu Dhabi build a new Manchester City — The Guardian
- Brighton investigate Crystal Palace dressing room dirty protest — The Telegraph
- Gael Clichy has signed a new four-year deal at Manchester City — Evening Standard
- Manchester City players acted like ‘piranhas’ towards Roberto Mancini, says Di Canio — Telegraph
- Swansea forced to cancel South Korea tour — The Daily Star
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