Gareth Bale ‘wanted by Everton’ as Carlo Ancelotti makes transfer demand

Tottenham interim boss Ryan Mason has claimed that talks about Gareth Bale’s future can wait until the end of the season, with Everton now reportedly in the race

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Arsenal’s squad needs changing, admits struggling Mikel Arteta

  • Manager believes he will get time and funds
  • Arsenal face West Brom with Europe hopes almost gone

Mikel Arteta expects to be backed heavily by the Kroenke family in his efforts to reverse Arsenal’s slide and accepts significant changes to a floundering squad will be required over the summer.

Arsenal host West Brom on Sunday in what is virtually a dead rubber, with the sides having purely mathematical chances of qualifying for Europe and escaping relegation respectively. Thursday’s Europa League semi-final exit to Villarreal has put Arteta in a deeply uncomfortable position and only a handful of his core first-teamplayers seem assured of a place in his long-term plans.

Related: In trouble from top to bottom: chaotic Arsenal are failing in all areas | Nick Ames

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Manchester United lose £200m training kit deal over fans’ anti-Glazers campaign

  • The Hut Group pulls out of contract starting in July, sources say
  • Fans are campaigning for boycott of club’s commercial partners

Manchester United have missed out on a proposed new training kit deal worth £200m over 10 years after the Manchester-based company The Hut Group had concerns about the supporters’ campaign to boycott the club’s commercial partners in protest at the Glazers’ ownership, the Observer understands.

Richard Arnold, United’s group managing director, was told on Friday that THG had pulled out of a contract which was due to start on 1 July.

Related: There are no easy answers to how football tackles its billionaire owners | Jonathan Wilson

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Chelsea’s Ziyech and Alonso keep wasteful Manchester City waiting

Nine years ago, Sergio Agüero conjured his never-to-be-forgotten moment to clinch Manchester City’s first Premier League title at the very last against Queens Park Rangers and now, the iconic striker had the chance to secure his club’s fifth – and their seventh top division championship overall.

With City leading through Raheem Sterling’s goal, Agüero stood over a penalty in first-half stoppage time. Score it and City would surely stride towards the victory they needed to make sure of things with time to spare, enabling them to focus everything on their Champions League final date with Chelsea on 29 May.

Related: Manchester City 1-2 Chelsea: Premier League – live!

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