#PaperTalk: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Morning

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Tottenham players are questioning Daniel Levy and whether the club will ever be successul while he is chairman at White Hart Lane.

Reservations over Arsene Wenger’s defensive tactics have been shared by his Arsenal staff.

Barcelona’s Gerard Pique is lining up crisis talks with boss Luis Enrique as Chelsea and Manchester United get ready to step in if the defender becomes available.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will be given a £20 million war chest in January to boost the team’s poor season.

The Football Association has been warned to get more black coaches into the sport or face new legislation to force changes.

Arsenal are keen on Barcelona’s Dani Alves and Pedro and are willing to spend £30m to get the duo.

Former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes is closing on a move to Manchester United after a recent spell training for the Premeir League club.

On-loan Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao is still struggling with knee problems and a permanent transfer to Old Trafford  is in the balance after photos on Instagram revealed the Colombian has to cover his knee with ice at the end of matches.

Wembley chiefs admit they failed to lay the new Desso turf properly before Sunday’s NFL game.

Jurgen Klinsmann has expressed his support for Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino.

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini’s position as manager at Etihad Stadium is set to be reviewed at the end of the season as the pressure builds after a stuttering start to the season.

Liverpool want to put an end to speculation over captain Steven Gerrard and want to begin talks over a new deal for the 34-year-old.

West Ham midfielder Stewart Downing, is desperate to make the most of his recall to the England squad.

Borussia Dortmund midfielder Marco Reus is set to reject a move to Arsenal because he wants to win trophies.

Wembley officials admit they’ve messed up the pitch by putting too much topsoil on it.

Marouane Fellaini reckons he was made a scapegoat for United’s struggles under David Moyes


Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill has told his assistant Roy Keane to settle his differences with former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson



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