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Iker Casillas has put Manchester City and Arsenal on red alert by admitting he may leave Real Madrid, while Inter Milan want Michael Laudrup.

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THE SUN

Jose Mourinho has vowed to help England after expressing his happiness at their World Cup qualification.

West Ham's Andy Carroll is on course for a November return to action.

Inter Milan want to prise Michael Laudrup away from Swansea.

Iker Casillas last night put Manchester City and Arsenal on red alert by confirming he plans to leave Real Madrid if he can't regain his starting spot over the next few months.

Gus Poyet will risk an immediate fan backlash at Sunderland by bringing Phil Bardsley back into the fold.

Bobby Charlton wants Wayne Rooney to stay at Manchester United and become the club's greatest ever goalscorer.

DAILY MIRROR

Wayne Rooney led the wave of support for Roy Hodgson as the England coach was cleared of racism in his team talk.

Arsene Wenger has revealed the three-point plan he believes will win Arsenal the Premier League title.

Sone Aluko will pledge his future to Hull by signing a new three-year deal next week.

Michael Laudrup reckons Michu's breakthrough for Spain can have major spin-offs for Swansea.

Aston Villa goalkeeper Shay Given has been told he will be allowed to leave if a suitable bid comes in.

Roberto Martinez hailed Leighton Baines as one of the best players in the world - but is bracing himself for a January bid from Manchester United.

DAILY MAIL

Roy Hodgson admits he felt crushed after being accused of making a racist comment during his half-time team talk at Wembley on Tuesday.

Roberto Martinez has accepted speculation about Leighton Baines' future will increase after his dazzling England performances showed why he is one of the world's best left backs.

Manchester City's Abdul Razak has made his loan deal at Anzhi Makhachkala permanent.

MK Dons boss Karl Robinson has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant manager job at Sheffield United.

DAILY EXPRESS

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho admits he had wondered if John Terry was finished at Stamford Bridge.

Everton boss Roberto Martinez believes Leighton Baines ranks alongside the world's best, and that not even a new contract would end talk about his future.

DAILY STAR

FA bosses on Thursday night backed Roy Hodgson to the hilt after his "monkey'' joke blunder.

Arsene Wenger has been told: ''Now it is time to deliver trophies.''

Ryan Giggs is ready to turn down Wales to continue his coaching education at Manchester United.

Cardiff flop Kadeem Harris will today join League One Brentford on loan until the New Year.

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