BALOTELLI WILL STAY

Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli has said that he does not think about leaving Manchester City at the end of this season.

The striker has caused a lot of problems within the squad, which ultimately led to him being temporarily suspended from the first team action after the 1-0 defeat at the hands of Arsenal recently.

FERDINAND PLEASED WITH TROPHY HAUL

Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has said that he is looking forward to retiring on a high after having achieved a lot for both England and the Manchester United over the years.

The 33-year-old is coming to the end of his career; with many thinking that, the former West Ham defender has only a couple of years at the top level left in him.

Even though he has been able to prove his doubters wrong up until now, Ferdinand has accepted that there may come a time when he may have to retire, but hopes to do so on a high.

BECKHAM WANTS MLS TITLES

David Beckham recently said that he does not want to finish with just one MLS title to his credit. David Beckham helped his side LA Galaxy win the MLS title last season.

He was heavily rumoured in the January transfer window to sign with French club PSG for a reported £ 10 million salary.

RIO CALLS FOR AWAY WINS

Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has said that the away form of the club is the crucial aspect that will determine the winner of the Premier league title this season.

Manchester United and Manchester City are the only two teams involved in the title race, as we head into the final few games of the season.

A few weeks ago, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson said that experience would be a crucial part in deciding the destination of the title. Now, defender Rio Ferdinand has said that the away form of both Manchester City and Manchester United will be crucial as well.

HAZARD WANTS ENGLISH MOVE

Arsenal and Chelsea are reportedly leading the race to complete the signing of highly rated Belgian playmaker Eden Hazard.

Eden Hazard is one of the most sought-after youngsters in Europe after performing exceptionally well with French club Lille. He broke through the scene at Lille last season and one of the key performers of the title winning squad last season.

DOYLE WANTS NO MORE SLIP UPS

Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Kevin Doyle has said that the club cannot be letting their great position slip up in the upcoming matches like they have did earlier in the season.

Wolves claimed a significant victory over QPR during the weekend and it put them on the path towards safety. Wolves have been sending relatively less in comparison with the other Championship teams that came over during the last few years.

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