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daily mirror
  • Cristiano Ronaldo is set to face Manchester United despite being sent off on his Champions League debut for Juventus.
  • Jose Mourinho believes Memphis Depay can still realise his potential despite failing to make the grade at Old Trafford.
  • Manchester United have turned the corner after their early-season wobble and there is more to come, says Paul Pogba.
the sun
  • Jack Wilshere has been left fuming after a loose screw in his ankle caused another six-week lay-off.
  • Workers at Tottenham’s new stadium had early-morning booze sessions and took drugs on site, it has been claimed.
  • Burnley defender Ben Gibson is out for several weeks after a hernia operation.
  • Former club owner Eddie Davies saved Bolton from administration four days before he died.
daily telegraph
  • Steve Bruce is considering a move for the former West Ham defender James Collins.
daily mail
  • Mauricio Pochettino believes the thigh injury to Hugo Lloris could have been linked to his drink-drive ban.
  • Pep Guardiola has put a block on a follow-up being made to the Manchester City documentary.
  • Liverpool are yet to open talks with James Milner over a new contract.
  • Kevin De Bruyne expects to be back in full training next month to be fit for the Manchester United clash in November.
daily star
  • Fernandinho hopes Manchester City’s shock Champions League defeat to Lyon will leave them humbled.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo is confident of being able to face former club Manchester United in the Champions League.
the times
  • Ireland will join the four British associations planning a joint bid for the 2030 World Cup.
the guardian
  • Wilfried Zaha has accused Manchester United of failing to give him adequate support after his £10m transfer in 2013, with the Crystal Palace forward admitting it led to depression.
daily record
  • Queen’s Park have claimed the SFA tried to buy Hampden off them for £1.
scottish sun
  • Joe Worrall feels Rangers’ draw with Villarreal can be a launchpad for the remainder of the Group G campaign against Rapid Vienna and Spartak Moscow.
  • Derek McInnes is confident skipper Graeme Shinnie and Gary Mackay-Steven will sign new deals.


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