Paper Talk: Moyes hammers RvP rift talk

David Moyes has denied rumours of a rift with Robin van Persie and Arsenal are chasing Barcelona wonderkid Antonio Sanabria.

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David Moyes (l): Denied talk of a rift with Robin van Persie

David Moyes (l): Denied talk of a rift with Robin van Persie

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Mark Hughes reckons Manchester United's dodgy home form has nothing to do with Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement.

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David Moyes has denied any rift with Robin van Persie.

Juventus have been told to forget about signing Fulham's Pajtim Kasami for now.

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