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Paper Talk: Giggs lined up as Wales boss

Wales will look to appoint Ryan Giggs if Chris Coleman quits for Crystal Palace, while Manchester United have given up on Robert Lewandowski.

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Ryan Giggs: Could take first step into management with Wales

Ryan Giggs: Could take first step into management with Wales

THE SUN

Yaya Toure was last night accused of lying about the racist abuse he suffered in Moscow because Russia beat England to host the 2018 World Cup.

Joe Hart's Manchester City fate is still in the balance.

Mikel Arteta aims to stop Luis Suarez putting the bite on Arsenal's title dream tomorrow admitting: I wish we'd signed you.

Sam Allardyce has told Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas to stop moaning about negative teams coming to White Hart Lane.

Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge says his red-hot scoring form is due to playing for a club that believes in him.

Andy Murray has revealed Jose Mourinho is helping him recover from a back injury.

Sunderland boss Gus Poyet is urging Emanuele Giaccherini not to run off back to Italy.

DAILY MIRROR

Patrice Evra has demanded 10 wins in a row from Manchester United.

Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino has backed Dani Osvaldo to justify his £15million price tag.

Spurs veteran Brad Friedel says Joe Hart could benefit from being dropped by Manchester City.

Sam Allardyce would sacrifice a loft Premier League spot for a place in the Capital One Cup final.

Sunderland hitman Connor Wickham is heading back to Championship strugglers Sheffield Wednesday on loan.

Saido Berahino is close to committing his future to West Brom.

DAILY STAR

Joe Hart is being made to sweat over whether he will be axed tomorrow.

Cardiff's turbulent season took another twist yesterday as their controversial new head of recruitment was forced to step down.

Manchester United have abandoned plans to sign Poland star Robert Lewandowski.

Misfiring Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has been told to take a leaf out of Fernando Torres' book.

Gus Poyet has assured Emanuele Giaccherini he still has a key role to play in Sunderland's survival fight.

Keith Millen hopes his stint as Crystal Palace caretaker boss will convince the new manager to keep him at Selhurst Park.

Erik Lamela has vowed to show why Tottenham splashed out £30million to sign him.

Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert is planning a £1million January move for Sweden international Pontus Jansson.

DAILY MAIL

Cardiff's controversial appointment of Alisher Apsalyamov as their head of recruitment took a farcical turn yesterday when the 23-year-old was told to stand down by the Home Office.

Thomas Vermaelen has been assured of his place in Belgium's World Cup plans, allaying fears he may be tempted to leave Arsenal in January.

Sunderland midfielder Emanuele Giaccherini is furious after being dropped by Gus Poyet.

DAILY EXPRESS

Joe Hart's confidence could be shot to pieces with dire consequences for England if he is axed by Manchester City.

Wales will try to make Ryan Giggs their new manager if Chris Coleman quits for Crystal Palace.

West Brom head coach Steve Clarke insists Ben Foster's injury will not kill his World Cup hopes.

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