Van Persie to snub January move?

BY foxsports • October 18, 2011

Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...

THE SUN

Arsene Wenger admits his Arsenal reign could end unless results improve.

Patrice Evra is adamant he will not back down in the Luis Suarez race row.

Roberto Mancini has declared he would be happy to stay as Manchester City boss for another four years.

Boca Juniors are set to make an ambitious bid to sign Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez.

Manchester City have handed midfield prodigy Mohammed Abu a new contract until 2014.

David Moyes says he faces a battle to keep Ross Barkley - even though the Everton youngster will be handed a long-term deal in December.

DAILY MIRROR

Sir Alex Ferguson has blasted plans from some foreign club owners to put an end to relegation from the Premier League.

Roberto Mancini says he wants to stay at Manchester City and make them the best team in the world.

Carlos Tevez will tomorrow discover his punishment for allegedly refusing to play for manager Roberto Mancini.

Robin van Persie will snub a January move - giving Arsenal every chance of keeping him.

Chilean defender Igor Lichnovsky, 17, is being watched by Chelsea.

Arsenal are set to recall Brazilian forward Wellington Silva in January after another disappointing spell at Levante.

Newcastle and Stoke are eyeing Coventry starlet Cyrus Christie.

Southampton could make a new bid for Birmingham defender Liam Ridgewell.

Nigel Clough has sped up contract talks with Derby midfielder Jeff Hendrick in a bid to scare off Wolves.

DAILY STAR

Patrice Evra has vowed to continue his fight against an alleged racist insult by Luis Suarez.

Boca Juniors are plotting a shock move to rescue Carlos Tevez from his Manchester City nightmare.

UEFA yesterday confirmed the player Wayne Rooney kicked could help reduce the England striker's three-game ban.

Former Doncaster boss Sean O'Driscoll has applied to be the new manager at Portsmouth.

Everton, West Brom and Fulham want Barnsley midfielder Jacob Butterfield.

Bristol City's board are split over whether to appoint Mark Robins or Derek McInnes as the club's new manager.

DAILY MAIL

Sir Alex Ferguson led the cries of outrage after it was claimed a group of foreign owners want to abolish relegation from the Barclays Premier League.

Boca Juniors want to take Carlos Tevez back home to Argentina.

PSG's Qatari owners are lining up a TV role to help David Beckham join the club.

Chelsea are considering a move for River Plate star Lucas Ocampos.

Newcastle have rejected a bid from Derby to sign James Perch on loan.

DAILY EXPRESS

Robin van Persie is prepared to ignore interest from Europe's top clubs in January to give Arsenal a chance to prove they can match his ambitions.

Sir Alex Ferguson has described a bid to scrap promotion and relegation in the Premier League as "suicide".

THE TIMES

Boca Juniors became the latest club to declare their interest in offering Carlos Tevez a haven from his problems at Manchester City yesterday, but a deal to take the troubled forward back to his first club appears to be a non-starter.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Patrice Evra is set to meet the Football Association later this week to give a full account of his claims of racist abuse from Liverpool forward Luis Suarez after telling Sir Alex Ferguson he is "adamant" about pursuing the issue.

THE INDEPENDENT

Sir Alex Ferguson said last night that Patrice Evra had felt "slighted" and "very aggrieved" over the racial abuse he said he received from Liverpool's Luis Suarez on Saturday and was "adamant" that he wanted to pursue his complaint against the Uruguayan.

Roberto Mancini said yesterday he would like to remain at Manchester City for at least another four years to mould a club that can compete as one of the best in the world.

THE GUARDIAN

Sir Alex Ferguson says an "aggrieved" Patrice Evra has no intention of dropping his complaint of racist abuse against Luis Suarez but stressed the controversy does not represent a worsening of relations between Manchester United and Liverpool.


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