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Paper Talk: Moyes hammers RvP rift talk

David Moyes has denied rumours of a rift with Robin van Persie and Arsenal are chasing Barcelona wonderkid Antonio Sanabria.

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David Moyes (l): Denied talk of a rift with Robin van Persie

David Moyes (l): Denied talk of a rift with Robin van Persie

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THE SUN

UEFA want to put 'racism spotters' in grounds to identify abusive fans.

Manuel Pellegrini has told Jose Mourinho: 'You won't get to me.'

David Moyes has hammered rumours of a rift with Robin van Persie.

Arsene Wenger is not convinced he has seen the last of Alex Ferguson.

Sepp Blatter wants to reduce England's chances of future World Cup glory.

Jose Mourinho has been branded a hypocrite by furious Cardiff chief Malky Mackay.

Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti says he sold Mesut Ozil to Arsenal because Angel Di Maria has more character.

DAILY MIRROR

Patrice Evra fears football will never win the war on racism.

Struggling Sunderland have recruited the Pope in a desperate bid to escape relegation.

Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti says the world is about to see the best of Gareth Bale.

Jose Mourinho says Manchester City should face the same "bought the title" jibes he suffered in his first spell at Chelsea.

Mark Hughes reckons Manchester United's dodgy home form has nothing to do with Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement.

Barcelona are trying to hammer out a new deal for wonderkid Antonio Sanabria to stop him joining Arsenal.

DAILY MAIL

Yaya Toure last night hit back at accusations he 'dreamt' the racist abuse he suffered in Moscow.

The police horse that took a punch to the face will return to action at the Wear-Tyne derby.

Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal are still trying to remedy Jack Wilshere's long-running ankle problem.

Cesc Fabregas insists he never had any plans to leave Barcelona in the summer.

DAILY EXPRESS

Mark Hughes believes Manchester United have lost their aura.

Arsene Wenger believes Sir Alex Ferguson may yet return to football at the end of the season.

Manuel Pellegrini could not disguise his distaste for Jose Mourinho as they prepared for their first Premier League head-to-head.

David Moyes has denied any rift with Robin van Persie.

Juventus have been told to forget about signing Fulham's Pajtim Kasami for now.

Luis Suarez believes his partnership with Daniel Sturridge can blossom into the most effective of his career.

DAILY STAR

Jose Mourinho has cranked up the pressure on Manuel Pellegrini by insisting Manchester City's spending spree means they should win the title.

Manuel Pellegrini has told Jose Mourinho his mind games won't work on him.

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