talkSPORT.com rounds up all the latest transfer news and football gossip from Saturday’s papers and online… Liverpool could be ready to make Mohamed Salah the Premier League’s top-paid player when they offer him a new contract worth £22.4m a year. (The Sun) Liverpool want Augsburg’s German left-back Philipp Max, 25, as competition for Andy Robertson. (Sport) Tottenham have offered Danish playmaker Christian Eriksen an improved £200,000-a-week contract in a bid to stop a potential move to Real Madrid. (Daily Mail) Everton are ready to challenge Arsenal for 26-year-old Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha, who is rated at £80m by his club Crystal Palace. (Evening Standard) Have Inter Milan ended their pursuit of Manchester United s
Manchester City chairman Khaldoon Al-Mubarak has launched a furious defence of the club’s spending and accused LaLiga president Javier Tebas of ‘hypocrisy’.Tebas, said last week that City were damaging European football by driving up player prices with their ‘state sponsored’ cash reserves. Getty Tebas has been very vocal in his criticism of Manchester City’s spending He went onto say that City, along with French giants Paris Saint-Germain of being ‘run off petrol-money, one off gas’. However, Al-Mubarak responded to Tebas’ accusations, telling CityTV: “He talks about how we distorted the market? There is a hypocrisy in this statement that is ironic. “Number one, let’s look at the Spanish league, the time of breaking records on player acquisitions. I mean,
Barcelona's great season ended in disappointing fashion while Juventus secure their seventh-straight Serie A crown Sunday, May 13, 2018 Barcelona's hopes of an unbeaten LaLiga campaign were ended in their penultimate game as they lost 5-4 at Levante. The champions had gone 36 games unbeaten but trailed 5-1 after 56 minutes and their dramatic fightback came up short. Emmanuel Boateng's hat-trick and Enis Bardhi's brace put lowly Levante in charge, and despite Philippe Coutinho completing a treble of his own and Luis Suarez scoring a penalty, Barca's bid for history came up short. Meanwhile, Juventus were confirmed as Serie A winners for the seventh season running following a goalless draw with Roma. Napoli had effectively handed the title...
It's set to be another huge weekend in the world of football - and talkSPORT will be right across it.We have 11 live commentaries over the next two days, starting with the FA Cup quarter-final clash with Swansea and Tottenham on Saturday lunchtime.We will also bring you live coverage of the other three FA Cup quarter-finals as well as Liverpool's Premier League meeting with Watford and some of the standout games in LaLiga and the Championship.Here's what is on talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2 this weekend...SATURDAY 17TH MARCH12:15 Swansea v Spurs - FA Cup – talkSPORT (Click on the link to listen)12:30 Fulham v QPR – Championship – talkSPORT 215:00 Bournemouth v West Brom – Premier League - talkSPORT 217:30 Liverpool v Watford – Premier League – t