The football season is over for English football's elite, but - one way or another - it has been another dramatic campaign.
Man United tore the Premier League crown from Man City's hands in dominant style to pick up their 20th title, while the FA Cup was given a new lease of life as Wigan won the trophy in fairytale fashion.
Scott Minto believes Radamel Falcao could be on his way to Chelsea – despite interest from Monaco and Real Madrid.
The Atletico Madrid striker is set for a big money move this summer, with some reports claiming the Colombian has already agreed a deal with French side Monaco.
Real Madrid have announced that Jose Mourinho will be allowed to leave the Bernabeu this summer and the 50-year-old is now odds-on favourite for a Chelsea return.
And Minto, who won the FA Cup with the Blues in 1997, insists the Portuguese’s move to west London could be enough to draw Falcao to the Premier League.
“If he’s going to leave Spanish football then I’d love to see him in the Premier League with Chelsea,” he told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast. “I can see that being a real possibility. Jose Mourinho knows everything he needs to know about him.
“We know he’s got the buy-out clause of €60million but whether anyone gets anywhere near that I don’t know.
“Atletico Madrid have said he is going and he is the best number nine in world football.
“People are talking about Monaco and while financially that would be good, the reason he might go to Monaco is so he can have a season there and then go to Real Madrid.
“To go from Atletico Madrid to Real Madrid is politically very difficult.”
Pepe Reina insists he is happy to stay at Liverpool – but admits he is flattered by talk of a return to Barcelona.
The Reds goalkeeper is one of the names on the list to replace long-serving Nou Camp stopper Victor Valdes, who intends to quit the club this summer.
Reina came up through the youth ranks at Barcelona before joining Villarreal more than a decade ago and the 31-year-old confesses to having his head turned by the rumours, but he is adamant he is ready to stay on Merseyside where he is under contract until 2016.
He said: "I have three more years with Liverpool. I'm satisfied, comfortable and my family are very happy. Rumours are difficult to control but it's flattering when a club like Barca is interested in you.
"I don't know if there has been contact between the clubs or with my agent. At the moment I don't think there's anything serious."
Reina hopes to finish his career back in his homeland, but the Reds keeper added in an interview with radio station Cadena Ser: "I don't know how long I've got left in football, what I do know is I want to enjoy what remains and feel appreciated and at Liverpool I have that."
Mark Cueto insists Jonny Wilkinson has to go on the British and Irish Lions tour to Australia this summer.
The former England fly-half starred as Toulon beat Clermont Auvergne by a single point in the Heineken Cup final on Saturday.
But former Red Rose team-mate Cueto claims the 33-year-old should be on the plane Down Under – even if he doesn’t train and just plays.
“I don’t see how he can’t go,” he told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show. “I can understand what he’s saying about his body not standing up to the full six to eight weeks and the midweek games because it is a huge test physically.
“Credit to him for putting his hand up and saying, ‘I don’t think I’m quite where I used to be’, but there’s no doubt he can go out and perform at the top level for 80 minutes.
“I still think there’ll be some point where, during the Test matches, Wilko will come onto the field, off the bench, and do something special.
“He unbelievable. He’s back in that 2002-03 form. Whenever he gets the ball he does the right thing. He’s massive in defence and as soon as there’s a penalty in the opposition half you have no doubt it’s going over.
"He’s a joy to watch and a credit to the game. He’s one of the most humble guys you can meet in sport.”
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