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QPR are to launch a £6million summer bid for Celtic striker Gary Hooper, while Chelsea are to hand Frank Lampard a new one-year contract.

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DAILY STAR

Roberto Mancini will this week be sacked by Manchester City.

Sir Alex Ferguson says it was Wayne Rooney's choice not to play in Sunday's game at Old Trafford.

Frank Lampard is staying at Chelsea after agreeing a new one-year deal.

DAILY MIRROR

Manuel Pellegrini will be appointed the new Manchester City manager before the end of the week.

Sir Alex Ferguson has told Wayne Rooney to get his head straight and think twice about his wish to leave Manchester United.

QPR boss Harry Redknapp is ready to spend £6million on Celtic's Gary Hooper - and believes he can fire the R's back into the Premier League.

Bristol City goalkeeper Tom Heaton will join Burnley today.

Gary Bowyer wants to sign Millwall winger Chris Taylor - if the former stays in charge at Blackburn.

THE SUN

Sir Alex Ferguson choked back the tears and thanked Manchester United for "the most fantastic experience of my life".

Furious Roberto Mancini is heading for the Manchester City exit door claiming he has been knifed in the back.

Wayne Rooney's future is in fresh doubt after being axed by Manchester United yesterday.

Ferguson has made it clear he wants Manchester United fans to give David Moyes their full backing.

Roberto Mancini would have been axed by Manchester City even if they'd won the FA Cup.

DAILY MAIL

Wayne Rooney made it clear he remains determined to quit Manchester United after an incredible snub at Sir Alex Ferguson's final home game.

Sir Alex Ferguson said goodbye to life as manager at Old Trafford and ordered Manchester United fans to stand by the man who will replace him.

Furious Roberto Mancini is today waiting to learn when exactly he will be sacked as Manchester City manager.

Chelsea are set to hand Frank Lampard a 12-month contract extension.

DAILY EXPRESS

Roberto Mancini will be sacked this week by Manchester City.

Sir Alex Ferguson has told Wayne Rooney to get his head straight.

THE GUARDIAN

Sir Alex Ferguson bowed out in his final home game as Manchester United manager with a 2-1 win over Swansea City before thanking everyone for the "most fantastic experience of my life" and imploring fans to get behind his successor, David Moyes.

Roberto Mancini is to be sacked as the Manchester City manager, with the Italian's tenure to end before the club's post-season tour to the United States and possibly this week.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Wayne Rooney's Manchester United career may have reached a point of no return after Sir Alex Ferguson revealed the forward had handed in a transfer request and did not want to play in his farewell game at Old Trafford because it had been rejected.

THE TIMES

Manchester United supporters bade an emotional farewell to Sir Alex Ferguson on an extraordinary day when their counterparts at Manchester City were coming to terms with the news that Roberto Mancini, their own manager, will be sacked.

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