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Manchester United have opened talks over a £15m move for Ribeiro, while Liverpool will smash their wage structure to hang on to Luis Suarez.

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Ribeiro (left): Linked with United move once again

Ribeiro (left): Linked with United move once again

THE SUN

England fans were in uproar last night after watching FA chairman Greg Dyke ridicule our World Cup chances.

Liverpool are ready to open contract talks with Luis Suarez.

Brendan Rodgers says he sold Andy Carroll in order to get the best out of Luis Suarez.

Steve Clarke has called on West Brom to string together some results - or he fears his job could be on the line.

Manchester City want to tie goalkeeper Costel Pantillimon down to a new deal.

Neil Warnock has been ruled out of the running for the Sheffield Wednesday job.

DAILY STAR

Andre Villas-Boas has pleaded with Tottenham fans to be patient with Erik Lamela.

Rene Meulensteen will not stand in Dimitar Berbatov's way if the Bulgarian forward still wants to quit Fulham next month.

Bungling FA chairman Greg Dyke made a cut-throat gesture after England were drawn in a World Cup Group of Death.

Rio Ferdinand claims David Moyes is turning Manchester United into a nervous wreck.

DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United have opened talks with Cruzeiro midfielder Ribeiro over a £15million move to Old Trafford.

Arsenal keeper Lukasz Fabianski is wanted by Schalke in January.

England were plunged into a jungle hell as Sir Geoff Hurst apologised for his part in Roy Hodgson's nightmare World Cup draw.

Alan Pardew reckons the Premier League's top teams have lost a "fear factor" this season.

Liverpool are willing to smash their pay structure and put in-demand striker Luis Suarez on similar wages to stars at Manchester City and Chelsea

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Roy Hodgson was hardly singing in the rainforest at the news that England have been sent to Manaus, the capital of the jungle.

Greg Dyke was caught on camera making a cut-throat gesture last night after England were handed a nightmare World Cup group.

THE GUARDIAN

Roy Hodgson struggled to put a brave face on a World Cup draw that paired England in a group with Italy and Uruguay, and involved a trip to the heat of the Amazon jungle.

THE TIMES

Greg Dyke will never again catch the public mood as effectively as he did with his cut-throat gesture when England were pitted, dauntingly, against Uruguay, Italy and Costa Rica in the 2014 World Cup finals yesterday.

David Moyes' troubled week took another turn for the worse yesterday when Rio Ferdinand appeared to criticise his preference for naming his teams at the last minute and Wilfried Zaha took to Twitter to deny that he has been in a relationship with the daughter of the Manchester United manager.

DAILY MAIL

FA chairman Greg Dyke summed up what he thought of England's World Cup hopes by making an outrageous cut-throat gesture as he heard the draw last night.

Brendan Rodgers has explained why Andy Carroll had to be sacrificed to turn Luis Suarez into one of the most feared finishers on the continent.

DAILY EXPRESS

FA chairman Greg Dyke appeared to write off England's World Cup chances with a throat-cutting gesture after the team were drawn in a Group of Death with Italy, Uruguay and Costa Rica.

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