Paper Talk - 03 December 2012

Oscar de Marcos: Linked with move to Old Trafford

Paper Talk: United up for an Oscar

Manchester United are back on the trail of Oscar de Marcos, Swansea will bid £6m for Mark Davies, while Avram Grant could return to Chelsea.

The Sun
  • Sir Alex Ferguson insists Jose Mourinho can manage any club in the world - including Manchester United.
  • Rafa Benitez launched a furious attack on his Chelsea players, claiming they have no leaders, no confidence and no character.
Daily Mirror
  • Arsene Wenger last night insisted he will never quit Arsenal and expects to be in charge until at least 2014.
  • Steve Bould branded Arsenal's unperforming flops a big "let-down" in a furious dressing-room inquest.
  • Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is back on the trail of Athletic Bilbao midfield dynamo Oscar de Marcos.
  • Swansea boss Michael Laudrup will make a new £6million move for Bolton midfield ace Mark Davies.
  • Loan star DJ Campbell sparked a spirited Ipswich comeback - then admitted he does not know if he will be part of Harry Redknapp's QPR revolution.
  • Ryan Shawcross will snub interest from the Premier League big boys to sign a new deal at Stoke.
  • Paul Lambert insisted Christian Benteke will stay and reach his full potential at Aston Villa.
Daily Mail
  • Roman Abramovich is considering a shock move that would see Avram Grant return to Chelsea as an adviser.
  • Harry Redknapp is considering handing Les Ferdinand and Clive Allen places on the QPR backroom team.
  • Tottenham star Gareth Bale would like to play abroad in the future.
  • Alan Pardew believes he has the backing of the Newcastle board as he attempts to avoid becoming the first Toon boss to suffer five Premier League defeats in a row.
Daily Express
  • Avram Grant is being considered by Chelsea to take over the reins again at Stamford Bridge - just three games into Rafa Benitez's unpopular spell in charge.
  • Ryan Shawcross says he will reject interest from Premier League heavyweights to sign a new deal at Stoke.
Daily Star
  • Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill is under even more pressure after his struggling side lost 2-1 at Norwich.
  • Former Liverpool assistant boss Mauricio Pellegrino slammed Valencia yesterday after he was sacked as their manager.
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