Football Papers : All The Football News And Transfer Gossips You Might Have Missed Today

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Southampton star Sadio Mane is on Manchester United’s radar again, with a January swoop on the cards.

Gary Cahill says Jose Mourinho has the full support of the players to turn Chelsea’s season around.

Liverpool chairman Tom Werner has insisted that Fenway Sports Group’s ownership of the club will not be viewed as a success until trophies start being won at Anfield.

Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina will lose his first-team spot for the big games coming up, including in the Champions League. It may also force him to see a loan move in January.

Chelsea are plotting new transfer bids for Everton’s John Stones and PSG’s Marquinhos to strengthen their wobbly defence.

Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood is determined to have more control over future transfers with head of recruitment Paddy Reilly and sporting director Hendrik Almstadt directing proceedings in the summer.

Steven Gerrard has wished Jurgen Klopp luck at Liverpool and is predicting exciting times at Anfield under the German.

Juventus are looking to open up negotiations with Chelsea over a permanent deal for Juan Cuadrado.

Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal can beat Bayern Munich in the Champions League if they repeat the performance they produced against Manchester United.

Arsenal missed out on Russian star Aleksandr Kokorin in the summer because they were only willing to take him on loan. The 24-year-old striker was on Arsene Wenger’s wish list in the transfer window but stayed put at his club because no permanent deal was offered.

Sir Alex Ferguson admits he is worried by Jurgen Klopp’s appointment at Liverpool. The former Man Utd boss said: “I think he will do very well. I don’t like saying that, him being at Liverpool. I’m worried about it! But he will do well.”

New Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has told his players they must do things “one way, and that is my way” after his unveiling at Anfield.

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Dynamic Ross Barkley seized his chance but Harry Kane endured a frustrating night as England strolled to a 2-0 win over Estonia.

Manchester City are facing an injury nightmare after David Silva limped off 10 minutes into Spain’s game against Luxembourg to become their second major casualty in under 24 hours. Sergio Aguero is set to miss a month with a thigh tear.

Spain forward Pedro believes his move from Barcelona to Chelsea in the close season has helped boost his confidence and make him a happier person after 11 years at his boyhood club.

David Ospina’s gaffe against Olympiakos and an overzealous goal-line official have changed the role of the additional assistant referee.

Real Madrid coach Rafael Benitez was pressurised into phoning Sergio Ramos to explain his comments about the defender following last weekend’s Madrid derby draw.

Liverpool chairman Tom Werner believes former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was shown plenty of patience and given lots of time to prove himself in the Anfield hotseat.

A little more than three years on from a humiliating 6-1 defeat in Serbia that shook Chris Coleman so badly it prompted him to consider walking away, the Wales manager returns to the Balkans in search of much more than the point that will create history.

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Northern Ireland will rake in an estimated £8m after securing their first ever appearance at a European Championships.

The Football Association of Ireland is on the verge of beginning contract talks with manager Martin O’Neill after their impressive run towards qualification for the 2016 European Championships.

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