From the Back Pages, April 7: Ryan Giggs set to cut ties with Man Utd

From the back pages
From the back pages

Ryan Giggs is considering bringing the curtain down on his glittering Old Trafford career by cutting his ties with Manchester United.

The legendary winger, who signed his first professional contract on his 17th birthday in November, 1990, turned 40 last year and has increasingly been giving thought to whether he should continue playing for another season.

Sportsmail understands he is leaning towards hanging up his boots after becoming disillusioned by a lack of playing time.

(Daily Mail)

Arsene Wenger has launched a stinging attack on the Premier League loan system, labelling it “indefensible.”

Wenger believes the top clubs use the loan rules to their advantage by farming out players to clubs who can damage rival sides’ title hopes.

(Daily Mirror)

Chris Hughton has been axed by Norwich with just five games of their Premier League season to go.

The Canaries sit just a place outside the relegation zone and were beaten at home by fellow strugglers West Brom on Saturday.

(The Sun)

The Liverpool talisman has made it known that he wants to end his career at Anfield and a new contract would most definitely be Gerrard’s last.

There have been suggestions that Gerrard was about to sign a new deal but nothing has been said by the club or the player.

Gerrard, 33 only just signed a new two year deal last summer but the England captain wants a longer deal as he feels that he has a few more years left in the tank.

(Daily Star)