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Paper Talk: Barcelona eye United's Januzaj

Barcelona are ready to snatch Adnan Januzaj from Man Utd if he rejects a new contract, while Swansea's Michu has been given a £30m price tag.

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Adnan Januzaj: A target for Barcelona, according to the papers

Adnan Januzaj: A target for Barcelona, according to the papers

THE SUN

Leighton Baines will be England's left-back in the must-win World Cup clash against Montenegro.

Guy Poyet has been named as the new boss of Sunderland today.

Martin Jol hopes to sign former Manchester United coach Rene Meulensteen this week.

Mousa Dembele admits Spurs can't compete at the top if they do not win "small" games like against West Ham.

DAILY MAIL

England will be without Ashley Cole for Friday's World Cup qualifier against Montenegro.

Barcelona are ready to snatch Adnan Januzaj from Manchester United if he rejects a new contract.

Former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp insists he never planned to sell or loan Gareth Bale during his time at White Hart Lane.

Gus Poyet has taken over at Sunderland today after owner Ellis Short was persuaded to appoint another continental coach.

Swansea chariman Huw Jenkins has told Liverpool, Arsenal and others that Michu's call-up to the Spain squad has raised his value to more than £30million.

DAILY MIRROR

Steven Gerrard last night admitted England's week of World Cup destiny will make or break the reputation of Roy Hodgson and his squad.

West Ham will offer Ravel Morrison a stunning new deal in January following his superb start to the season.

Branislav Ivanovic insists the signings of Willian and Samuel Eto'o can banish concerns about a lack of firepower at Chelsea.

Adnan Januzaj has insisted he will not be rushed into a decision over his international future.

Arsenal's Chu-Young Park is ready to sign for Owen Coyle's Wigan for the rest of the year.

Tottenham are ready to let Harry Kane go on loan to QPR.

Derby want to snap up Lithuanian international defender Marius Zaliukas.

DAILY EXPRESS

Roy Hodgson is set to entrust England's World Cup hopes to an attack-minded line-up after Ashley Cole was ruled out of the qualifier with Montenegro.

Gus Poyet has been named as the new Sunderland manager today.

DAILY STAR

Roy Hodgson's World Cup hopes suffered a huge blow last night when Ashley Cole was ruled out of England's crunch showdown with Montenegro.

Gus Poyet has told Sunderland chairman Ellis Short he is the man to keep the Black Cats in the Premier League.

Harry Redknapp is set to escape punishment for his attack on the FA.

Manchester United sensation Adnan Januzaj will take his time before deciding on his international future.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Roy Hodgson has been warned by Graham Taylor what could lie in store should he fail to lead England to the World Cup next week.

Gus Poyet will be assured of transfer funds in January to boost Sunderland's hopes of Premier League survival.

THE GUARDIAN

Sunderland's search for a successor to Paolo Di Canio is over, with Gus Poyet understood to have agreed a three-year deal to take over as the club's head coach.

Roy Hodgson has been dealt a blow in the run-up to England's two make-or-break Wembley games after the left-back Ashley Cole was ruled out with a rib injury.

THE INDEPENDENT

Sunderland have appointed the former Brighton manager Gus Poyet as their new head coach on a three-year contract, with the Uruguayan to be presented by the club at a press conference today.

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