Ex-Sheffield United boss Neil Warnock, who is now Crystal Palace manager, is considering joining his former Blades players in seeking compensation over the Carlos Tevez saga. An independent tribunal ruled West Ham broke Premier League rules when they played Tevez, who is now at Manchester United, at the end of the 2006/7 season and that the striker then went on to play a key role in keeping the Hammers up as Sheffield United were relegated. (Daily Mail)
Chelsea have already booked their hotel for this season's Champions League final in Rome. (Daily Star)
AC Milan will pay for England midfielder David Beckham's bodyguards as part of the deal to secure his loan spell from Los Angeles Galaxy. (The Times)
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