As Chelsea prepare to square off with Benfica tonight, talkSPORT look at three of their stars who could end up in the Premier League
Frank Lampard's Premier League record this season proves he is still among the best
The 2013 FA Cup Final was a day Manchester City and Wigan supporters will remember for very different reasons, but neither set of supporters got to see what went on behind the scenes for hours before they arrived in the stadium. Fortunately, the FA have put together a cool time-lapse of Wembley over the course of the entire day, condensed into one tiny minute. Check out the video above.
Just print out the pictures below and cut out the one that you need!
Arsenal take on newly-crowned FA Cup winners Wigan in a crunch clash for both teams, but Gooners and Latics supporters won't be the only ones cheering tonight.
Manuel Pellegrini will look to implement a distinct attacking system at Manchester City
Manuel Pellegrini's appointment as Manchester City boss has all but been confirmed officially, and the Engineer as he's known will be looking to impose a distinctive, half South American, half European style on his new team. talkSPORT look at the Chilean's favoured, attack-minded system that he will likely attempt to implement at City...
Arsenal v Wigan: it's the most crucial game in both club's seasons, but who will win?
“Both teams will go for it, it's a huge game for both of us,” Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said, which delighted us here at talkSPORT because we are hoping to see a great game at the Emirates. Both the Gunners and FA Cup winners Wigan need to win, the home side to help in their chase for Champions League football and the visitors to help avoid relegation. Ahead of the match, talkSPORT runs the rule over the key battles and potential line-ups...
talkSPORT looks at Man City target Jesus Navas
Txiki Begiristain, Man City's director of football, is apparently already hard at work trying to make Jesus Navas Manuel Pellegrini's first signing as Man City manager. For more on Spain's World Cup and European Championship winner, talkSPORT's Transfer Spotlight has more...
talkSPORT's Talent Spotter looks at Barcelona's Sergi Canós, who Liverpool are believed to have signed
Liverpool's quest for fresh new talent has led them to Barcelona's academy, with reports in Spain that the Reds have now secured the services of 16-year-old striker Sergi Canós. talkSPORT's Talent Spotter takes an in-depth look at the versatile forward...
1. Arturo Vidal
Juventus' Chilean international has been at the centre of everything that has been good about the Italian giants this season and has been rightly rewarded with his second Serie A title in two years. Nicknamed 'the Warrior' he is equally adept in either defensive or attacking roles and his 10 league goals this season certainly back that up. With the likes of Man United rumoured to be interested, Liverpool would have a fight on their hands over the sought-after star. Click the arrow for more.
Over the past decade Steven Gerrard has been the blueprint of the archetypal goalscoring midfielder, with the Kop great bagging 159 goals in all competitions for his beloved Liverpool. However, his slow decline over the past 18 months suggests that it is time for Brendan Rodgers to start planning for the future and that means looking for a new man to assume the 'Gerrard role' on the pitch.
Man City supporters could be seeing a lot more of Manuel Pellegrini in the coming months. Here are ten things worth knowing about Malaga's 'engineer'
Against a backdrop of turmoil and uncertainty, Manuel Pellegrini has led Malaga to improbable success this season, with the club narrowly missing out on a place in the Champions League semi-finals and still on course to finish in a European place in La Liga.
There are few things more exciting than seeing someone score a goal from his own half, and that's exactly what happened this week in Ligue 1. In the 87th minute of Evian's clash with Nice, striker Saber Khelifa picked up the ball in his own half, and, spotting the goalkeeper of his line, rocketed home a strike from 64-metres out. The game finished 4-0 to the home side.
1. Joao Moutinho
Porto's Joao Moutinho is an excellent passer of the ball, mobile, a threat on goal and a hard worker, so could be an ideal replacement for Scholes should United decide he's worth it. The Portugal international clearly likes the idea of Premier League football, after a move to Spurs fell through at the final hurdle last year, so could be tempted by Old Trafford interest. Click the arrows for more Scholes replacements
Sunday's win for Manchester United at Old Trafford wasn't only significant for being Sir Alex Ferguson's last home game in charge of the team. True to style, Paul Scholes also left the Theatre of Dreams with the minimum of fuss, retiring from the game for a second time, only on this occasion he really means permanently.
Click the arrow to see the most prolific striker in the Premier League
Taking only his time at Liverpool and Bolton into account - where he's played as a striker - Daniel Sturridge would have a goals-per-game ratio better than the likes of Thierry Henry and Alan Shearer, but the England international is only 14th out of current Premier League strikers when you take into account his time at Man City and Chelsea, where he was played wide. To find out which current strikers have the best goals-per-game career ratios in the Premier League, click the arrow above!
Daniel Sturridge's brilliant hat-trick against Fulham means the Liverpool hitman has bagged 10 goals in 13 Premier League matches since his January switch from Chelsea. Following his £12m transfer, the striker has silenced the doubters who were unsure if he was the man the Reds needed to ease the goalscoring pressure on Luis Suarez. As a result, the 23-year-old now finds himself ranked as one of the most lethal strikers in the country.
Try not to laugh as you watch this moment of humiliation for Fabio Coentrao.
The Real Madrid left-back made himself comfortable on what he thought was his seat on the bench before Madrid's 1-1 draw with Espanyol last Saturday, only to be 'gently' informed by his team mates that he wasn't in the squad.
The look of realisation on the Portuguese full-back's face is priceless, as are the reactions of some of his team mates!
Could Sevilla's Alberto Botia be on his way to Spurs?
Andre Villas-Boas is getting a reputation in Spain for his interest in Barcelona academy graduates, and that theme continues this week, with stories that Spurs could be after former FCB man Alberto Botia. talkSPORT's Transfer Spotlight has more on the centreback...