April 25 (Bloomberg) -- The following is a roundup of soccer stories from U.K. newspapers with clickable Internet links.
Luis Suarez may seek to leave Liverpool after being handed a 10-game ban for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic, the Daily Star reported.
The Uruguayan striker, who could join Paris Saint Germain or Bayern Munich, will hold talks with Liverpool officials next week, according to the Star.
Stoke coach Tony Pulis could leave the Potters as soon as they are safe from relegation from the Premier League, the Daily Mirror reported.
Pulis, who has coached Stoke for seven years, is under pressure from fans after the team managed two wins in 2013, according to the Mirror.
Arsenal has revived its interest in signing Sevilla’s 6-foot-5 Argentine defender Federico Fazio, the Daily Mail reported.
Sevilla rejected a 5.5 million pound ($8.4 million) bid for Fazio in 2009 after Kolo Toure left the Gunners, the Mail said.
Everton will vie with Manchester City to sign Leeds teenager Sam Byram, who would cost about 10 million pounds to acquire, the Sun reported.
Toffees coach David Moyes sees Byram, 19, as a replacement for team captain Phil Neville, 36, who is leaving after this season, the Sun said.
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