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THE SUN

Mario Balotelli has told Manchester City's owners: Don't sack Roberto Mancini.

Ian Wright fears Arsenal will follow Liverpool and slip out of Champions League contention.

David Gold has told Paolo Di Canio there is no job for him at West Ham.

Michael Owen could get a new Stoke deal even if he is out all season.

Swansea boss Michael Laudrup refuses to talk about rumours linking him with the Real Madrid job.

Bradford joint chairman Mark Lawn has vowed to do all he can to keep manager Phil Parkinson at the club.

DAILY STAR

Manchester United are working on a stunning £55million deal to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford.

Roberto Mancini is fuming after being told his final act as Manchester City boss could be taking the side on an end-of-season tour to America.

Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood has again backed under-fire manager Arsene Wenger.

Michael Laudrup refuses to discuss his future at Swansea until after the Capital One Cup final.

West Brom boss Steve Clarke has urged fans to give Peter Odemwingie a chance - for the good of the club.

DAILY MAIL

Swindon Town have been forced to change the locks at the County Ground after Paolo Di Canio stole into the manager's office under darkness and tore down pictures of his successful reign.

Manchester City have dismissed reports in Spain that Malaga boss Manuel Pellegrini has agreed to become their next manager.

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has offered Nani a lifeline at the club.

DAILY MIRROR

Bacary Sagna is set to be the next big-name departure from Arsenal as Arsene Wenger makes a new right-back one of his priorities and sets his sights on Daryl Janmaat of Feyenoord.

Real Madrid want Manchester United's David de Gea to be their long-term first-choice goalkeeper.

Roberto Martinez is telling his contract rebels to put their futures on hold - and save Wigan from the drop.

Michael Owen could land a new deal at Stoke without even starting a Premier League game.

Chelsea have sealed a £1.7million deal to sign red-hot Chilean teenage Cristian Cuevas.

DAILY EXPRESS

Swansea's plans for Sunday's Capital One Cup final have been disrupted by drug-testers.

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has dismissed suggestions he is ready to sell Nani.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Arsenal's nightmare week has ended with a significant injury blow to Bacary Sagna, who will miss the Premier League match against Aston Villa on Saturday amid increasing concern over his long-term fitness.

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f Klopp is available and willing to go there, they have to sign him up. Far better manager than Rodgers. The reason Liverpool fail in so many big games is the inflexible nature of their manager and his inability to find strikers who fit into his inflexible style of play. A feature of nearly every game that the team comes up short is the way the opposition midfield appears to overpower them. It's too easy.

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est player award should not go to a player who's second best at all the importent categories (i.e goals, assists etc) just because his team is at the top. If you are not first you are last; if you're second you are the first loser ( looking at you Hazard). David De Gea for POTY.

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ou can win five in a row or lose five in a row... Or in Carver's case you can win one in a row or lose five in a row.

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