Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Diego to Arsenal FC? Ribeiro to Man Utd? Morata to Tottenham?

The Sun: Ashley Westwood hit a stunning strike to rescue a point for Aston Villa in a pulsating Midlands derby.

Also: Brazil ace Diego last night opened the door for a move to Arsenal or Southampton.

Daily Mirror: Manchester City want Asmir Begovic as their new No.1 to replace Joe Hart.

Also: Portuguese giants Benfica have slapped a £20million price tag on Manchester United target Nemanja Matic.

And: Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas is hoping to solve his goal-scoring crisis with a January loan deal for Real Madrid starlet Alvaro Morata.

Daily Star: Wayne Rooney has escaped any further FA action over his kick at Jordon Mutch.

Also: Everton Ribeiro is hoping to fulfil a childhood dream by securing a move to Manchester United.

Daily Mail: Andre Villas-Boas is under mounting boardroom pressure following Tottenham's 6-0 mauling at Manchester City on Sunday.

Also: Wilfried Zaha’s chances of getting a loan away from Manchester United this January are not being helped by suggestions that the young winger is struggling to adapt to the mental challenges of life at a big club.

Daily Express: Ashley Westwood's first Aston Villa goal ruined Shane Long's masterclass as the Midland's derby ended 2-2 last night.

Metro: Manchester City are reportedly ready to send Joe Hart on loan to Stoke as part of a £15million bid to sign his potential replacement, Asmir Begovic.

Also: Wolfsburg playmaker Diego has revealed that Arsenal are interested in signing him at the end of the season.

Daily Telegraph: With his newly shorn GI Joe haircut, Jose Mourinho last night declared that Chelsea are already entering the hard yards of the season 'when only the brave survive'.

The Times: A round of matches that began with a drama-laden Merseyside derby ended in much the same fashion as Ashley Westwood's late strike ensured that little or nothing separates Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion.

The Guardian: Jose Mourinho has called on Chelsea to secure their passage into the knockout phase of the Champions League with victory at Basle as his players enter a cluttered and pivotal period of the season where 'only the brave can survive'.

The Independent: Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has laid down a challenge to his club's title rivals by insisting the busy fixture list leading up to the new year will be the survival of the fittest.

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