Paper Talk: City join Llorente race

Manchester City will rival Spurs for Fernando Llorente, Chelsea want Lazar Markovic, while Robbie Keane and Thierry Henry are set for loans.

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Fernando Llorente: Linked with City and Spurs

Fernando Llorente: Linked with City and Spurs

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Roberto Mancini flew into a dressing-room rage after City lost the Manchester derby to Robin van Persie's late free-kick.

Reading want Blackburn goalkeeper Paul Robinson.

Derek Boateng will choose between Fulham and Aston Villa next month.

Southampton will revive their interest in Blackburn defender Scott Dann next month.

Celtic boss Neil Lennon admits he would consider a Premier League job in the future.

DAILY MIRROR

Rio Ferdinand thanked rival Joe Hart for stepping in front of a fan who tried to attack the defender as the Manchester derby ended in chaos.

Alan Pardew hopes Newcastle's losing spell will spark owner Mike Ashley into strengthening his squad in January.

Thierry Henry will return to Arsenal for a third time - and wants to stay for the rest of the season.

Southampton boss Nigel Adkins will make an attempt to lure Gary Hooper from Celtic.

Aston Villa, QPR and Norwich are set to fight it out to sign Robbie Keane on loan.

DAILY STAR

Sir Alex Ferguson set his sights on winning the Premier League after watching United win an explosive Manchester derby.

Manchester City apologised to Rio Ferdinand last night after he was hit by a coin at the Etihad Stadium.

DAILY MAIL

Rio Ferdinand was cut above the eye by a coin thrown from the crowd as the Manchester derby erupted in shameful scenes yesterday.

Chelsea are close to finalising an initial £8million deal for Serbia wonder kid Lazar Markovic.

Manchester City and Tottenham are among the English clubs keen on Athletic Bilbao striker Fernando Llorente.

Southampton intent to revive their interest in Blackburn defender Scott Dann next month.

DAILY EXPRESS

Rio Ferdinand was left with blood pouring from a facial cut as a thrilling Manchester derby ended in uproar.

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