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Follow the latest from the written press with the best gossip and speculation from the papers.
THE SUN
Liverpool have contacted Monaco about taking Radamel Falcao, currently on a season-long loan with Manchester United, on a new loan deal from the summer, according to sources at the French club. Chelsea are also interested in signing the Colombia striker on loan.
Sunderland are facing financial meltdown if Dick Advocaat cannot save them from the drop.
West Ham will pip Tottenham and Arsenal to the signing of £5million Swiss defender Fabian Schar.
Manchester United are keeping tabs on Lazio’s Brazilian striker Felipe Anderson.
John Carver has hinted he will still be at Newcastle next season – whether or not he is the boss.
Darren Ferguson is a contender for the Notts County manager’s job after Shaun Derry’s sacking.
DAILY STAR
Fernando has urged Manchester City not to sack Manuel Pellegrini.
Joey Barton has blamed Harry Redknapp for QPR’s relegation plight.
John Carver has not plans to quit Newcastle – even if he doesn’t get the manager’s job.
Tottenham are weighing up a double swoop for Valencia duo Shkodran Mustafi (defender) and Sofiane Feghouli.
Bournemouth are ready to launch an ambitious swoop for QPR striker Charlie Austin if they go up to the Premier League.
DAILY MIRROR
Anfield legend Jamie Carragher has warned Raheem Sterling he is risking the wrath of fans with his contract stand-off.
Defiant Gareth Bale is determined not to be forced out of Real Madrid despite the campaign of vitriol in Spain.
Manchester United will offer new deals to Ashley Young, Phil Jones and Chris Smalling.
DAILY MAIL
Mesut Ozil will be disciplined by Arsene Wenger after Arsenal’s Germany midfielder was seen in a Berlin nightclub just hours after being left out of the squad to face Newcastle because he had a cold.
Manchester United have finally been given the go-ahead to install Mats Hummels as their defensive linchpin at the end of the season.
Gareth Bale’s future at Real Madrid was thrown into more doubt last night after his white Bentley was attacked by abusive Real Madrid supporters.
DAILY EXPRESS
Everton will have to pay Tottenham about £6million to turn Aaron Lennon’s loan deal into a permanent move.
THE INDEPENDENT
The Football Association is claiming victory in the battle to increase significantly the number of players available for the England team, with new rules set to be adopted to make it more difficult for clubs to sign foreigners of mediocre standard.
Arsenal striker Chuba Akpom is set to go on loan in the next few days, with seven Championship clubs hoping to sign him.
THE GUARDIAN
Ryan Mason has been rewarded for his eye-catching progress at Tottenham by following Harry Kane into the senior England squad for Friday’s European Qualifier against Lithuania and next week’s friendly against Italy.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
Gareth Bale was confronted by angry Real Madrid fans after the 2-1 defeat to Barcelona on Sunday night while his car was also attacked in another unsavoury incident for the world’s most expensive footballer.
THE TIMES
Organisers of the rugby World Cup are expecting to reap the benefits of a surge in interest in the game after the thrilling climax to the Six Nations Championship on Saturday, with the next phase of the autumn tournament’s ticketing process beginning today.
DAILY RECORD
Paul Murray last night launched a blistering attack on the men who have run Rangers into the ground – then insisted the new regime don’t need more of Mike Ashley’s money to rebuild the team.

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