Paper Talk - 26 November 2012

Guardiola: City favourites, says Berlusconi

Paper Talk: City to win Pep race?

One of Pep Guardiola's suitors expects the Spaniard to become Manchester City boss, while Ryan Shawcross is set for a bumper new Stoke deal.

Daily Mirror
  • West Ham could face an FA investigation after Spurs fans were targeted with sick chants for the second time in a week.
  • Rafa Benitez vowed to win over the hate mob after walking into a storm of abuse and booing on his Chelsea baptism.
  • Harry Redknapp has warned he is ready to upset the QPR players' wives - but insisted he will not go on a crazy spending spree.
  • AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi wants Pep Guardiola as his next boss but claims Manchester City are favourites to land him.
  • Reading defender Ian Harte is being lined up for a January move to Millwall.
The Sun
  • Arsenal's board will face more questions when bitter rivals Spurs release their figures for last season. They are set to reveal Tottenham spent £1million less per week on wages than the Gunners.
  • Rafa Benitez has vowed to win over the Chelsea hate mob.
  • Harry Redknapp has ordered his QPR squad to rewrite history.
  • Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert insists Darren Bent is still in his plans.
Daily Star
  • Rafa Benitez vowed to win over the furious Chelsea fans who showered him with abuse on his Stamford Bridge debut on Sunday.
  • Brendan Rodgers has warned fans that Liverpool won't be spending big in the January transfer window.
Daily Mail
  • Everton will step up their search for a new goalkeeper with David Moyes concerned that a lack of competition is harming Tim Howard's form.
  • West Ham are facing an FA investigation after their fans subjected Tottenham supporters to vile chants at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
  • Rafa Benitez told Chelsea boo-boys to show him more respect on Sunday after a bitter fans' protest.
  • Sunderland have quashed rumours Martin O'Neill offered to resign in the wake of his side's latest defeat.
  • Ryan Shawcross is ready to accept a record-breaking six-year contract at Stoke.
Daily Express
  • Rafa Benitez was met by an extraordinary hail of abuse from Chelsea fans as he took his seat for his first game in charge but Petr Cech pleaded: 'Give the man a chance.'
  • Brendan Rodgers has cast doubt over the significance of Liverpool's transfer activity in January.
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