Here are the stories making the headlines in the Sunday papers:
Louis Van Gaal says Manchester United need to break the bank to bring in more players to ‘play his way’.
Brendan Rodgers says Liverpool starlet Raheem Sterling will have to wait before getting a new higher wage contract.
Sam Allardyce has brushed aside the threat of being sacked by West Ham after their 0-1 loss at home to Tottenham.
Manchester United insist Danny Welbeck will stay at the club despite being a transfer target for Hull City.
Dutch-born Morocco midfielder Karim El Ahmadi wants to leave Aston Villa because he is homesick for Holland.
Tottenham will make a third offer for Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin but could face competition from Arsenal for the France international.
Tony Pulis has vowed to put the disappointment of leaving Crystal Palace behind him by returning to Premier League management as soon as possible.
Manchester United’s home defeat to Swansea has “smashed” his players’ confidence says Louis Van Gaal.
Brendan Rodgers believes Luis Suarez has left a legacy of a ‘winning mentality’ which will help Liverpool’s title bid again.
Title-winning boss Manuel Pellegrini will not be getting an improved contract at Manchester City.
Tim Sherwood has his back-room team already in place to take over at Crystal Palace, according to The Daily Star.
Brendan Rodgers has warned young English players could be destroyed by greed for the excessive financial riches on offer in the game.
New manager Ronald Koeman pledges he won’t jump ship early if he is a success at Southampton.
Louis Van Gaal says some of his players cannot cope with the pressure of expectations demanded at Manchester United.
Britain’s most expensive defender Eliaquim Mangala says his £32m price tag to join Manchester City will not affect his play.
Real Madrid are planning a bid for Chelsea’s Thibaut Courteois who has delayed signing a five-year deal to stay at Stamford Bridge until he knows if he will be first choice keeper.
Tottenham have had talks with Samuel Eto’o whose high wage demands have already reportedly put off Liverpool, Everton, Inter Milan and Ajax.
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Paul Scholes has strongly criticised Louis Van Gaal’s 3-5-2 formation in their opening game 1-2 defeat to Swansea, labelling it too negative.
David Moyes says Manchester United never gave him enough time to succeed or fail as manager last season.
Jose Mourinho says it would not be a failure if Chelsea only finish second in the Premier League title race this season.
Tony Pulis is desperate to find a new manager’s job as soon as possible and is trying to tie up loose ends at Crystal Palace quickly after leaving the club.
FA chairman Greg Dyke has committed to fund research into head injuries in football.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has axed Nani, Anderson and Wilfried Zaha from the first team, forcing them to train at different times to the main squad and eat away from the first team.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes summer signing Diego Costa is better than Sergio Aguero at title-rivals Manchester City and the Spain striker has also brought some grit to the the Blues.
Sami Khedira’s agents are due in London this week to talk over a move to either Chelsea or Arsenal.
QPR are ready to hand Joey Barton a lucrative new deal after he turned around his career with the Hoops.
Patrick Kluivert has thrown his hat into the ring for the vacant manager’s post at Huddersfield as interest hots up.
Liverpool starlet Tiago Ilori is ready to head to France and play for Bordeaux on loan.
Atletico Madrid winger Cristian Rodriguez is on West Brom’s radar.
Montpellier manager Rolland Courbis has slammed Swansea over their pursuit of Benjamin Stambouli.