Paper Talk: De Gea faces United fight

David De Gea has four months to convince Manchester United they do not need to sign Asmir Begovic and Edinson Cavani wants a move to England.

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David De Gea: United future in the balance

David De Gea: United future in the balance

THE SUN

David Beckham will kick off his Paris St Germain career with a double clash against Joey Barton.

Peter Odemwingie sensationally walked out on West Brom and turned up at Loftus Road in a last-ditch bid to force a move to QPR.

Luis Suarez says he will not quit Liverpool if they fail to make the Champions League - because he is already living the dream.

Harry Redknapp reckons Chris Samba is the "monster" to save QPR from the drop.

Mohamed Diame's West Ham future remained uncertain on Thursday night as contract talks broke down.

David De Gea has four months to convince Manchester United they do not need to make a summer move for Asmir Begovic.

DAILY MIRROR

David Beckham opted for Paris in the spring - because he did not want to play against Manchester United.

Danny Graham has vowed to win over the Sunderland fans who booed him after signing a £5million deadline deal.

Edinson Cavani is praying his massive price tag doesn't derail a move to the Premier League.

Luis Suarez has played down talk of a summer move to Bayern Munich, claiming he wants to be at Liverpool "for a very long time".

Gareth Barry and Scott Parker were looking at the end of their England careers as Roy Hodgson made his midfield pecking order clear.

DAILY MAIL

David Beckham has stunned world football by donating his entire £3.4million salary at Paris St Germain to a children's charity.

Peter Odemwingie's attempts to leave West Brom took an astonishing twist last night when he drove to London to speak to QPR.

Arsenal pulled off a coup with a £6million move for Malaga left-back Nacho Monreal and will revive interest in Barcelona striker David Villa in the summer.

DAILY EXPRESS

David Beckham shunned a Premier League swansong to see out his career at Paris St Germain because he refused to tarnish his impressive haul of medals with a final relegation scrap.

Peter Odemwingie was at the centre of an amazing legal row between West Brom and QPR, with the Midlands club calling in their lawyers as the striker drove to Loftus Road for talks - only to be bizarrely denied access.

Chelsea's players are becoming baffled by the incredibly detailed tactics of Rafa Benitez and his methods in matches and on the training ground.

DAILY STAR

Manchester United are seething at England boss Roy Hodgson for demoting Phil Jones to the Under-21s.

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