- Mourinho leaving Real Madrid
Real Madrid have confirmed that Jose Mourinho is to leave at the end of the season after three years in charge. Mourinho, whose last stint at Chelsea was six years ago, has been linked with a return to Chelsea with interim boss Rafael Benitez leaving at the end of the season. The 50 year old left Inter Milan in 2010 to become manager at Real Madrid and signed a contract extension last season to keep him at the club until 2016. The club's President, Florentino Perez, said: "We've decided to bring our relationship to an end. Nobody's been sacked, it's a mutual agreement."
- Ferguson named Manager of the Year
Sir Alex Ferguson has been named the League Managers' Association Manager of the Year after winning a 20th title with Manchester United. He has won 38 trophies in his 26 years in charge. Cardiff City's Malky Mackay won the Championship Manager of the year whilst newly promoted Yeovil Town's Gary Johnson was League One Manager of the Year. LMA chairman Howard Wilkinson, said: "Finding words to adequately describe the monumental levels of achievement and the indelible legacy Sir Alex Ferguson leaves in the game is nigh on impossible."
- Redknapp may leave QPR
Harry Redknapp has warned that he will leave Queens Park Rangers if he is unable to sign new players. It comes off the back of the club's seventh defeat in nine matches after losing 1-0 at Liverpool on Sunday. Redknapp, 33, said: "If I can't change it around during the summer and get some good lads in, I wouldn't want to come back. I don't need to come to work every day and have that aggravation. I want to get a group in willing to come, learn and take a bit of pride in what they do. Hopefully I have support from the board and we have to see what players we can find."
- Moyes meets players at staff at Manchester United
David Moyes has met the back room staff along with all the players and coaches at Manchester United, although he does not officially replace Ferguson until 1st July. He was given permission by Everton to hold the meetings at Old Trafford to reassure the staff alongside those at Goodison Park about their future.
- Sunderland boss unhappy with squad members
Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio has threatened to get rid of players whose behaviour at the club is deemed unacceptable. He has recently fined seven players for breaches of discipline, and Phil Bardsley and Matthew Kilgallon were not included in the squad for their defeat at Tottenham after being pictured in a casino midweek. Di Canio has called some of the behaviour as "pathetic". He said: "These players will not be here next year - not under me. The owner and I are going to sit at the table and go through but he knows many things."
- Palace striker Murray could face nine month lay off
It is thought that Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray could be out for up to nine months after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament in their play off match against Brighton. The 29-year-old, who had scored 30 goals in 42 league appearances this season, underwent surgery last week. The club's physiotherapist, Alex Manos, said: "It's difficult to tell an exact timeframe because different people recover in different ways. The best case scenario could be six months, but it could take up to nine, or even longer. It just depends on whether there are any complications during his rehab and how well he progresses with that."
- Rodwell called up to England Squad
Manchester City midfielder Jack Rodwell has been called up to the England squad to play against Republic of Ireland and Brazil. The 22-year-old had an injury affected first season at the Etihad Stadium but managed to score twice in the defeat against Norwich at the weekend. He currently has two caps for England but has not played in the senior side since 2011. Rodwell has been called up, as Manchester United's Tom Cleverley may not be able to take part in the games.
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