Morning paper talk

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A round-up of the main football stories and transfer rumours in Tuesday’s national newspapers.
DAILY STAR 
David Moyes’ spell as Manchester United manager is expected to have cost the club £50m.
Manchester City striker Stevan Jovetic limped out of training with Montenegro with a hamstring injury on Monday.
Chelsea are on the trail of Aston Villa winger Jack Grealish, 18.
THE SUN
Neil Warnock is ready to bring in Kevin Blackwell as his No 2 at Crystal Palace.
Blackpool are ready to turn to Burton boss Gary Rowett after Owen Coyle pulled out of the chase for the manager’s job.
Hull defender Harry Maguire is a loan target for Reading, Blackburn, Bolton, Wolves, Fulham and Middlesbrough.
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie, 31, says he is determined to play in the next World Cup and beyond, possibly until he is 40.
Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo has told new signing Danny Welbeck that he is in for a fight for a starting place.
DAILY MIRROR
Juventus are targeting a January move for Liverpool full-back Glen Johnson.
Italian striker Fabio Borini is ready to fight for his future at Liverpool.
DAILY EXPRESS 
Hull winger Robert Snodgrass has all but given up hope of playing again this season due to his “sickening injury”.
Hull are refusing to comment on speculation that owner Assem Allan is planning to step down as chairman.
DAILY MAIL
Chelsea are hopeful striker Diego Costa will not be a long-term casualty after suffering a hamstring injury on international duty with Spain.

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