Paper Talk: Spanish giants eye Prem stars

Barcelona and Real Madrid have been alerted to a release clause in Luis Suarez's bumper new contract, while Real will swoop for Wayne Rooney.

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Luis Suarez: Still on the radar of Europe's big guns

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THE SUN

Malky Mackay has told Cardiff owner Vincent Tan: "I will not resign."

Real Madrid want Wayne Rooney to stall on a new Manchester United deal to get him at a bargain price

Tottenham's stand-in boss Tim Sherwood has admitted he is a Gooner.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Luis Suarez has an escape clause in his bumper new £180,000-a-week Liverpool contract.

Managerless Spurs want to sign Mirko Vucinic on loan from Juventus in the January transfer window

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is monitoring six targets - including Rooney - as he bids to strengthen the Blues' title challenge in the January transfer window.

Zenit St Petersburg are chasing Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is plotting January moves for Real Madrid's Spanish goalkeeper Iker Casillas, 32, and striker Alvara Morata, 21.

Malky Mackay remained defiant last night as he refused to quit as Cardiff boss amid sacking threats by controversial owner Vincent Tan.

THE PEOPLE

Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay has called the managers' union into his bitter battle to get a £2million pay-off from owner Vincent Tan

Tim Sherwood has the chance to remain in charge of Tottenham for the rest of the season - throwing the future of technical director Franco Baldini in to doubt.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Netherlands boss Louis van Gaal is top of Tottenham's wanted list to replace Andre Villas-Boas as Tottenham manager.

Manchester United left-back Alexander Buttner is nearing the exit door, with Italian sides Genoa and AS Roma interested in signing the Dutchman.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

The fight over Malky Mackay's future at Cardiff turned ugly last night, with fans heaping abuse on the club's Malaysian owner Vincent Tan.

Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson is being lined up to replace Malky Mackay as manager of Cardiff City by Tan.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Liverpool will have to grab a place in the Champions League to ensure Luis Suarez remains at Anfield despite the striker having signed a new mega contract.

Malky Mackay took charge of Cardiff against Liverpool yesterday but is set to be sacked within the next 48 hours.

Jose Mourinho last night reopened his long-running war of words with Manuel Pellegrini by poking fun at Manchester City for not being runaway leaders of the Premier League.

THE OBSERVER

Malky Mackay insisted he would not bow to Vincent Tan's request to resign as manager of Cardiff.

INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY

Malky Mackay yesterday faced down Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan by again insisting he will not resign as manager despite the 3-1 defeat at Liverpool.

SUNDAY TIMES

For the second time in a week a devastating display by Luis Suarez plunged a Premier League manager deeper into trouble.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Malky Mackay last night defiantly refused to resign as Cardiff City manager even though the club are talking to candidates, including Sven-Goran Eriksson, about replacing him.

Franco Baldini, Tottenham Hotspur's technical director, offered to resign on the same day that Andre Villas-Boas was sacked as the club's head coach.

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