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THE SUN

Malky Mackay is set to take charge of Cardiff for the final time today.

Chelsea defender Ashley Cole has been dropped by Jose Mourinho again after partying with title rivals Arsenal.

Roberto Martinez is set to let Nikica Jelavic and Johnny Heitinga leave Everton to keep alive their World Cup dreams.

Stoke are ready to sell Peter Crouch to fund a January move for their top target: Hannover striker Mame Biram Diouf.

AC Milan could swoop for Newcastle keeper Tim Krul next month in a bid to turn around their season.

Manchester City will go head to head with Reading for the signature of highly-rated Malmo defender Miiko Albornoz.

DAILY MIRROR

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is locked in a managerial tug-of-war as Malky Mackay faces his last stand at Anfield.

Liverpool have pushed Luis Suarez to the top of the Premier pay league with a £1million-a-month contract.

Celtic stars Georgios Samaras and Joe Ledley are preparing to leave the Scottish champions.

Fulham boss Rene Meulensteen has joined the race for Peruvian winger Paolo Hurtado.

Kevin De Bruyne's agent has discussed a possible £12.5m move to Bayer Leverkusen from Chelsea.

DAILY MAIL

Cardiff City chairman Mehmet Dalman made a desperate late effort to persuade owner Vincent Tan to keep manager Malky Mackay until the end of the season.

Hull are eyeing a loan move for AC Milan starlet M'Baye Niang.

Liverpool and Fulham are keen on Preston midfielder Josh Brownhill.

DAILY EXPRESS

Luis Suarez claimed he will be a Liverpool player for a ''long time'' after a lucrative new contract immediately catapulted him among the Premier League's top earners.

Cardiff fans have accused Vincent Tan of running their club ''like a megalomaniac's toy'' and warned he could have a riot on his hands over his treatment of manager Malky Mackay.

DAILY STAR

Malky Mackay will take charge of Cardiff against Liverpool today - and then be sacked.

Liverpool last night broke the bank by making Luis Suarez the highest-paid player in their history.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Hull have rejected a bid from Blackburn for Tom Cairney as his loan at Ewood Park nears its conclusion.

THE TIMES

Luis Suarez targeted qualification for the Champions League and claimed he will be a Liverpool player "for a long time" after signing a new four-and-a-half-year contract.

Craig Bellamy was last night offered the chance to take charge of Cardiff City, his boyhood club, while the board explore managerial candidates, including Sven-Goran Eriksson.

THE INDEPENDENT

Cardiff supremo Vincent Tan is on the verge of firing his overachieving young manager Malky Mackay, to the disbelief and anger of all.

Luis Suarez has become the Premier League's third highest-paid player with a new four-year deal.

THE GUARDIAN

Luis Suarez said his intention is to stay with Liverpool "for a long time" after extending his contract until 2018.

Malky Mackay is planning to take charge of Cardiff City's Premier League match at Liverpool today, when he will be a dead man walking.

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