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DAILY MAIL

Football was united in mourning as the sport tried to come to terms with the sudden death of Wales manager Gary Speed at 42 yesterday.

Juventus have ruled themselves out of the running for Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez.

Arsenal want to sign Nottingham Forest defender Jamal Lascelles.

Republic of Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni will sign an extension to his contract this week which will see him lead them into the 2014 World Cup qualifying series.

DAILY MIRROR

Robbie Savage spoke for football as he tearfully tried to make sense of the death of Gary Speed last night.

Blackburn boss Steve Kean looks good for a bumper £10million transfer kitty in the January window in a desperate attempt to buy big – and beat the drop.

Southampton are preparing a £3million raid for Coventry striker Lukas Jutkiewicz.

West Brom are taking USA defender Tim Ream on trial from the New York Red Bulls.

Blackburn have joined Newcastle in the race to sign Birmingham defender Liam Ridgewell.

THE SUN

Gary Speed’s closest soccer pals were in pieces yesterday after being told about the Wales manager’s tragic death.

Sir Alex Ferguson has warned the home nations against joining England to form a Great Britain Olympic team.

Bournemouth wing wonder Marc Pugh is being tracked by Fulham, Blackpool, Southampton, Crystal Palace and Burnley.

Honduras winger Andy Najar is to train with Tottenham.

DAILY STAR

Gary Speed’s dream was to become one of football’s great managers. Speed was only at the start of his bid to realise that vision.

Under-fire Sunderland boss Steve Bruce admitted last night that fans’ abuse could force him out of the club.

El-Hadji Diouf has told Blackburn’s under-fire owners to boot out boss Steve Kean – or face relegation.

DAILY EXPRESS

The least of the tragedies in Gary Speed’s death at just 42 is that we will never know how good a manager he was.

DAILY RECORD

Garry Kenneth will leave Dundee United at the end of the season.