Paper Talk: City stars want Vieira

Patrick Vieira is the players' choice to replace Roberto Mancini as Manchester City boss, while Wolves want to sign Blackpool's Alex Baptiste.

Last Updated: 12/02/13 at 09:37 Post Comment

Patrick Vieira: City's Football Development Exec

Patrick Vieira: City's Football Development Exec

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THE SUN

Roberto Mancini has warned his Manchester City flops: Show some balls or you'll be axed.

Tottenham are set to fine Emmanuel Adebayor £160,000 for returning late from the Africa Cup of Nations.

Andre Santos is ending his disastrous spell at Arsenal by joining Brazilian side Gremio.

Peter Odemwingie will travel with West Brom to Liverpool on Monday night after clear-the-air talks with Steve Clarke.

Leeds United owners GFH Capital are close to selling up - just seven weeks after completing their takeover.

DAILY MIRROR

Roberto Mancini is on borrowed time at Manchester City after defeat to Southampton all but ended their title challenge.

Leeds United are set to change hands again just six weeks after the last takeover.

Lazio will return with a summer bid for West Brom striker Shane Long, but could face competition from Sevilla, Tottenham, Newcastle and Liverpool.

Wolves are bidding to sign Blackpool defender Alex Baptiste on loan.

Aston Villa defender Richard Dunne has been told he could get a new contract even though he has yet to play this season.

DAILY STAR

Patrick Vieira is the man Manchester City players want to replace Roberto Mancini.

Emmanuel Adebayor is facing a £160,000 fine after Tottenham sent a private jet to bring him back from the Africa Cup of Nations.

Stewart Downing is loving proving Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers wrong every time he plays.

West Brom boss Steve Clarke reckons Liverpool remain a great club but no longer have a great team.

DAILY MAIL

Arsenal centre-back Thomas Vermaelen has had an anti-inflammatory injection in the hope of avoiding ankle surgery.

DAILY EXPRESS

Roberto Mancini has launched a blistering attack on his Manchester City players.

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