Lunchtime Round-Up 24th April

Afternoon all,

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson believes that his current United side compared with any if his previous sides at Old Trafford. United secured their 20th top flight title Monday night with a convincing 3-0 victory over Premier League strugglers Aston Villa, with Dutchman Robin Van Persie bagging all there of the goals, which takes his total goals in his last there games to five

Chelsea have confirmed that they are currently investigating alleged abuse towards Yossi Banayoun by their own fans. Benayoun was booed by a small section of the travelling fans in the clubs 2-2 draw with Liverpool on Sunday. The Israeli has claimed that this has been happening since an interview he had in February where he claimed that his team mate Fernando Torres had been mismanaged

Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher believes that Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez will bounce back from his incident with Branislav Ivanovic on Sunday. Carragher claims that he would rather be bitten suffer a broken leg. Suarez is set to find out the length of his ban from the FA today after he pleaded guilty to violent conduct

Aston Villa captain Ron Vlaar feels that the club can take some encouragement from their second half performance against Manchester United on Monday. Villa conceded all 3 of the goals in the first half but their defensive performance vastly improved in the second half

Rangers have appointed Craig Mather as their interim chief executive after Charles Green resigned last week with immediate effect

Chelsea and Manchester United look set to fight it out for Colombian striker Radamel Falcao this summer, with the price tag believes to be around the £50 million mark. PSG have also shown some interest in signing the Athletico Madrid hitman

PSG have also shown a considerable amount of interest in Napoli striker Edison Cavani in a deal which could be worth over £50 million and it would also see the Uruguayan earn over £200,000

Portsmouth have named Guy Whittingham as their new permanent boss, after an improvement in form from the side has shown the new owners that he is the right man for the job

Staying with Portsmouth, Stevenage striker Patrick Agyemang has said that he would like to make his loan spell at the club permanent in the summer despite the clubs relegation

Bristol Rovers assistant manager Shaun North has left the club with immediate effect after the club decided not to renew his contract