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.

ABUSE IS PART OF THE GAME

Current England national team and Manchester City number one goalkeeper Joe Hart believes that the abuse that opposition players receive from the fans is a part and parcel of the game and it is what makes the game all the more fun.

Hart stated that he receives stick no matter where he goes to play with City and that is what adds flavour to the current game.

WEST HAM KEEN ON RHODES

English First Division League leaders West Ham United will up their bid to bring Huddersfield sensation Jordan Rhodes to the club if the reports are to be believed, and will make a renewed £ 4.5 million in the coming days.

The Hammers are looking to jump back into the English Premier League at the first time of asking after being relegated last season and have brought in experienced manager Sam Allardyce and former England player Kevin Nolan to help in their bid for promotion.

Balotelli and Richards square up

The question "why always me", which Mario Balotelli posed on a T-shirt, may never be answered but Manchester City fans will certainly be wondering what is going through the Italian's head after another high-profile incident.

On Thursday, Micah Richards had to be physically restrained by James Milner and Yaya Toure after a training ground flare up between him and Balotelli threatened to turn ugly.

BECKHAM RULES OUT MANAGEMENT

David Beckham has said that there is no possibility of him becoming a manager in the future.

David Beckham is coming close to the end of his career, with many regarding the former England international to be in the last few years of his career. His contract with MLS side LA Galaxy will be winding down at the end of December. It is thought that he is not looking to move to any other high-profile club other than PSG, who have been showing tremendous interest in him. PSG want to make David Beckham part of their brand project to dominate the French and the European football.

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