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Manchester United will make it third time lucky by landing Leighton Baines for £16m in January, while Chelsea are in for Jackson Martinez.

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DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United will make it third time lucky by landing Leighton Baines for £16million in the January transfer window.

Manchester United are tracking Sporting Lisbon defender Mauricio with a view to making a formal move next summer.

Roy Hodgson's England rookies found Chile too hot to handle as they slumped to defeat at Wembley.

Chris Coleman went to war with Craig Bellamy and Wales fans on Friday.

DAILY STAR

Chelsea are eyeing a £35m bid for Porto's Jackson Martinez.

England were handed a World Cup wake-up call by red-hot Chile at Wembley last night.

DAILY EXPRESS

Crystal Palace have refused to comment on reports that they are in advanced negotiations with former Chelsea defender Dan Petrescu to become their new manager.

England's World Cup plans were left cold last night as Alexis Sanchez scored twice to stun them at Wembley.

Chris Coleman has slammed moaning Welsh supporters and warned Craig Bellamy he is not ready to manage his country.

DAILY MAIL

Cardiff manager Malky Mackay has turned down the chance to talk about the Crystal Palace job.

England's new boys failed to impress last night as Roy Hodgson's side were booed off after defeat by Chile.

Manchester United's worldwide commercial success in splitting up their sponsorships into different regions has complicated negotiations with Nike for a potential £1billion kit deal renewal.

Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen looks set for a spell on the sidelines after limping out of Denmark's 2-1 win over Norway with an ankle injury.

THE SUN

Roy Hodgson saw his England side get burned by Chile and admitted: "We learnt a lot about ourselves."

Jose Mourinho says he turns to the bible before Chelsea's matches.

Vicente Del Bosque has signed a contract extension as Spain coach.

Paolo Di Canio fired a blistering broadside at Martin O'Neill last night as the war of words between the former Sunderland bosses escalated.

THE TIMES

Crystal Palace are growing increasingly hopeful of appointing Dan Petrescu as their new manager and an announcement could be made as early as today.

The taste of defeat and the sound of derision from the Wembley crowd have have been rare for England in recent times, but last night brought some uncomfortable reminders of the type of challenge that awaits at the World Cup in Brazil next summer.

THE GUARDIAN

Steven Taylor could be charged by the Football Association and fined by Newcastle United after posting a desperately ill-judged picture on Twitter apparently mocking four black team-mates.

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