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David De Gea feels homesick at Man United, West Brom hope to sign Morgan Amalfitano permanently, while Steve McClaren could return to Derby.

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THE SUN

David Moyes ignored Sir Alex Ferguson's plea to keep his trusted backroom staff at Manchester United.

Luis Suarez was the daddy on his Premier League return - scoring twice for his new-born son.

Jose Mourinho is facing his first player rift since returning to Chelsea after banishing Kevin De Bruyne to the reserves.

Roberto Mancini is set for talks with Turkish giants Galatasaray.

Jose Mourinho insists John Terry's future at Chelsea is still bright.

DAILY MIRROR

Liverpool's SAS - Suarez and Sturridge - were called the top strike partnership in the country after they demolished Sunderland.

David Moyes admitted Manchester United have problems EVERYWHERE after they slumped to a second Premier League defeat in a row.

Chelsea's fury over Fernando Torres' red card at Tottenham is set to explode today with the striker facing a four-match ban.

West Brom are poised to make the loan of Marseille winger Morgan Amalfitano permanent.

Jay Simpson has turned his back on the Championship for a move to Thai side Buriram United.

QPR boss Harry Redknapp is closing in on signing defender Marius Zaliukas on a free transfer.

Wolves boss Kenny Jackett is about to swoop for Millwall winger James Henry in a £250,000 deal.

DAILY MAIL

Brendan Rogers hailed Liverpool's SAS partnership as the Barclays Premier League's ultimate strike force as Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge tore Sunderland to shreds.

Fernando Torres is staring at a four-match ban for gouging and scratching Jan Vertonghen's face in a development sure to enrage Chelsea and their manager Jose Mourinho.

Martin Jol conceded he does not know whether he has the support of Fulham owner Shahid Khan as he fights to save his job as manager.

West Brom are working on a lucrative new deal for Saido Berahino after his winner against Manchester United.

Roberto Mancini last night flew to Istanbul to complete negotiations on a three-year deal with Galatasaray worth £5million-a-year plus bonuses.

Steve McClaren is the favourite to become Derby's new boss following Nigel Clough's shock sacking.

DAILY STAR

Andros Townsend has sensationally confessed he DID dive against Chelsea on Saturday.

David De Gea is still homesick - more than two years after joining Manchester United.

DAILY EXPRESS

Worried David Moyes has made the admission that every part of his Manchester United team is giving him a headache.

Former England boss Steve McClaren is set for a return to Derby after Nigel Clough's shock sacking.

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