Paper Talk: City to scout Berahino

Man City are sending their spies to watch West Brom ace Saido Berahino and England's snitch has been told that he should not have gone public.

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Saido Berahino: Wanted by City

Saido Berahino: Wanted by City

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THE SUN

Andros Townsend has signed a new four-year Tottenham contract.

Manchester City are sending their spies to watch West Brom whizkid Saido Berahino today.

Arsene Wenger has told Roy Hodgson every modern manager must mind their language for fear of causing offence.

Kevin Nolan reckons Roy Hodgson needs to open his eyes and think of England - and see what is happening at West Ham.

David Moyes believes Manchester United have another Wayne Rooney on their hands in Adnan Januzaj.

Chelsea have been awarded a £17.8million pay-out from Juventus and Livorno after winning thier FIFA case over the long-running Adrian Mutu affair.

DAILY STAR

Roberto Martinez has insisted Everton will wait until the summer before making any move to extend Gareth Barry's stay at Goodison Park.

Ian Holloway has apologised to Martin Jol for announcing Fulham had singed Darren Bent.

Arsene Wenger and David Moyes have both told England's snitch that he should not have gone public.

Andros Townsend insists he took Roy Hodgson's 'space monkey' joke as a compliment.

Jose Mourinho says his Chelsea players must put club before country.

Brendan Rodgers believes his improving Liverpool side are capable of claiming a Champions League spot this season.

Manuel Pellegrini fears Manchester City's season could be left in ruins unless they find a cure for their travel sickness.

DAILY MIRROR

Andros Townsend could yet become a target for rival clubs after Spurs' reward for his England heroics was a new four-year deal worth just £16,000 a week.

Malky Mackay has hit back at Vincent Tan and rubbished the Cardiff owner's reason for sacking Iain Moody.

Napoli, Inter Milan and Lazio have been alerted to the availability of Gaston Ramirez - with the Southampton playmaker seeking a January exit.

Newcastle chief Alan Pardew is chasing a cut-price move for forward Ola Toivonen.

DAILY MAIL

David Moyes last night compared Adnan Januzaj to the young Wayne Rooney and urged Manchester United's rising star to sign a new contract at Old Trafford.

Andros Townsend has been rewarded for his scintillating form for club and country with a new four-year contract.

DAILY EXPRESS

Andros Townsend has cashed in on his meteoric rise to stardom with a £2million-a-year deal at Tottenham - more than eight times his previous salary.

Malky Mackay has put himself on a collision course with Cardiff's controversial owner Vincent Tan after hitting back at claims that the Premier League new boys overspent in the summer.

THE GUARDIAN

David Moyes says Manchester United are close to agreeing a long-term deal for Adnan Januzaj, and hailed the teenager as an "exceptional talent" potentially in the same class as Wayne Rooney.

THE TIMES

Paul Lambert has revealed it took him just one day to change Christian Benteke's mind about leaving Aston Villa in the summer.

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