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DAILY MIRROR

Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho feels that Cristiano Ronaldo is the best player in the world at the moment and "probably the best ever".

Meanwhile, Sir Alex Ferguson has warned his Manchester United players not to become too fixated with Ronaldo in tonight's Champions League clash with Real Madrid at Old Trafford.

Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris believes Sunday's trip to Liverpool will be tougher than last weekend's victory over Arsenal in the north London derby.

Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong, 21, is line for a free transfer switch to London rivals Fulham.

THE SUN

Jose Mourinho insists the 'whole world' will stop to watch Real Madrid's Champions League clash with Manchester United at Old Trafford tonight.

Roberto Mancini saw Manchester City close the gap on leaders United to 12 points and insisted: "You just never know what might happen.''

Liverpool chief Ian Ayre insists owner John W Henry is not dragging the club towards a new cash crisis despite debt increasing to £87.2m.

French left-back Patrice Evra, 31, is set to be offered a new one-year contract extension by Manchester United.

DAILY STAR

Jose Mourinho could be on his way back to Chelsea as manager this month - if Real Madrid are knocked out of the Champions League by Manchester United tonight.

West Ham co-owner David Gold will not confirm whether Sam Allardyce will be in charge at Upton Park next season.

Liverpool will not be forced to sell the likes of star striker Luis Suarez - despite announcing they are £87.2m in debt.

DAILY MAIL

Jose Mourinho says the world will stop to watch tonight's Champions League clash between Real Madrid and Manchester United.

Roberto Mancini claims the title race is alive but conceded that Manchester City cannot afford to drop more points if they are to overhaul Manchester United.

Spurs are tracking Feyenoord's Portuguese-born 21-year-old Dutch international defender Bruno Martins Indi, who is valued at £5.5m.

West Ham have joined Aston Villa and Everton in scouting Heerenveen striker Alfred Finnbogason - a 24-year-old Iceland international - who has scored 19 goals in 22 games in Holland this season.

DAILY EXPRESS

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is hesitating over whether to bring back Jose Mourinho as manager this summer because he fears the same old arguments will rip the club apart.

Sir Alex Ferguson has told his Manchester United players to trust in their own ability tonight ahead of their Champions League clash with Real Madrid.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Wolves are facing a financial nightmare and the prospect of a £25m wage bill if they are relegated from the Championship to League One.

Manchester United are poised to open talks with Leicester City over a £1.5m deal for striker Jeffrey Schlupp.

THE TIMES

Sir Alex Ferguson has told his Manchester United players not to fear the damage Cristiano Ronaldo can inflict on them before the Champions League tie against Real Madrid tonight.

Brendan Rodgers will not come under financial pressure to sell players in the summer despite Liverpool reporting losses of £40.5million, according to Ian Ayre, the managing director.

THE GUARDIAN

Jose Mourinho believes the "world will stop" when Real Madrid face Manchester United at Old Trafford in their hugely anticipated Champions League encounter in which he expects each side to be bold as they seek to progress.

Manchester City's hopes of retaining the Premier League title may look increasingly forlorn but this narrow victory over Aston Villa, courtesy of Carlos Tevez's 12th goal of the season, just about keeps Manchester United in view and leaves their Midlands opponents deep in relegation trouble.

THE INDEPENDENT

Jose Mourinho said that the "world would stop" to watch Manchester United's Champions League last 16 second leg game against his Real Madrid side tonight, and proclaimed that his team would have to "attack and be bold" with the advantage in their opponents' favour.

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