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Today's paper talk suggests a couple of big moves for Manchester United in the summer.
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Sergio Aguero is hoping to return to training with Manchester City next week, which could see him back in time for the Capital One Cup final.
The Argentina striker, who has scored 26 goals in 25 appearances for City this season, has been sidelined since the end of January with a hamstring injury.
Aguero tweeted he was :"Feeling very good about my last week of recovery work."
"If I keep it up next week I'll train with the team!"
That would suggest Saturday's Barclays Premier League meeting with Stoke is too soon, but Aguero could be fit in time to face Sunderland at Wembley on March 2.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini could face action from UEFA over his comments following their 2-0 Champions League defeat to Barcelona after the European governing body launched an investigation into his remarks.
Pellegrini strongly criticised Swedish referee Jonas Eriksson and appeared to question his impartiality after a match which turned on the decision to award Barca a penalty and send off City defender Martin Demichelis in the 54th minute.
"UEFA has mandated a disciplinary inspector to commence an investigation concerning the press interviews given by the Manchester City FC head coach Manuel Luis Pellegrini to media after the above-mentioned match," a UEFA statement said.
"Based on the outcome of this investigation, a decision will be taken on whether disciplinary proceedings will be opened."
Manuel Pellegrini's comments following Manchester City's defeat to Barcelona in the Champions League on Tuesday night will be investigated by UEFA, European football's governing body has announced
Hear from a frustrated City boss Manuel Pellegrini as Daniel Hewitt brings you the highlights from Tuesday's UEFA Champions League clash at the Ethiad Stadium.
A campaign to open a museum dedicated to Sir Tom Finney has gathered steam on Facebook.
More than 13,000 people would like to see it opened in the former home of the National Football Museum at Deepdale Stadium.
The building has been closed to the public since the museum moved to Manchester in 2012.
Preston North End fan Nick Lenehan set up a Facebook page calling for the old National Football museum, which now lies empty at the club's Deepdale stadium, to be transformed into the Sir Tom Finney museum.
The campaign has attracted over 12,000 likes in just a few days and is likely to keep on growing. Campaigners think that with more public support the club itself may get involved in the project,
Manuel Pellegrini confronted Swedish referee Jonas Eriksson after the final whistle to express his displeasure following City's 2-0 Champions League defeat. He claimed he was not impartial. Click the video to hear more.