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Robin van Persie makes a comeback to his old playing turf for the first time after propelling the Red Devils to lift their 20th trophy while the Gunners continue their quest for a final-four finish.
The Portuguese boss confessed that he is indeed flattered by speculations linking him with a shift to the Spanish capital but says he is currently intent on continuing at Tottenham for one more term.
The Gunners boss admits he is afraid of how sturdy his side’s adversaries can get with an inflow of fresh recruits and thinks the Portuguese could be an ideal solution at Stamford Bridge.
Ian Ayre, the club’s managing director has questioned the harshness of the ban imposed on the Uruguayan international following the violent incident where he bit Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic.
The 31-year-old midfielder, who has secured the Premier League trophy five times, accredited Sir Alex Ferguson’s winning attitude to assisting the Red Devils lift the league trophy.
The Spurs midfielder, along with several other Premier League stars, extended his congratulations to Sir Alex Ferguson’s men as they secured their 20th trophy with a 3-0 victory against Aston Villa.
The England international confessed that the manner in which his side missed the title previous season was difficult to take, but his side were completely worthy of the title this season.
Luiz Suarez’s header in the 97th minute equalized the scores at Anfield after the penalty strike by Eden Hazard appeared to be the winner and the ex-Reds boss was stunned by the duration of injury time.
The Uruguayan starts his 10-match ban for taking a bite, while Alan Pardew’s side are just six points away from relegation with four games to go.
The Netherlands international makes a comeback to the Emirates Stadium on Sunday with Manchester United, but the Gunners manager claims his side will treat their former star respectfully.
Following four years of life at the Etihad Stadium the 32-year-old will exit at the close of the season, but is hoping that he will continue in the Premier League.
The Liverpool defender, who endured a broken leg in 2003, claims he would have rather endured bite marks, and has rejected rumors that his Uruguayan colleague could be dismissed.
The ex-PSV player was endured a bite from the Liverpool striker back in 2010 and claims that the Uruguayan has still not learned to control himself after witnessing a repeat offence by the striker on Sunday at Anfield.
The 71-year-old has commended the contribution of his whole team as the recently crowned winners’ 27th win of the season sealed a record-smashing 20th league victory.
The Serbian, who endured “no apparent physical injuries”, was questioned by the police on Sunday but declined to take the issue through legal channels.
The ex-Liverpool defender says the contentious striker is likely to face grave disciplinary measures by the FA for biting Branislav Ivanovic in Sunday’s 2-2 draw against the Blues.