BB Round-up – Spurs battle for Niang, Fergie confident over Nasri, Manchester City set to make offer for Leighton Baines

Birmingham City owner Carson Yeung has been released on bail following an investigation into money laundering back in Hong Kong. The Blues fans must be wondering what the hell is going on at their football club, following the recent shock at seeing Alex McLeish cross the divide and take the reins at rivals Aston Villa.

In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that include David Gill slates the FA for their victimisation of Manchester United; Peter Hill-Wood tells Nina Bracewell-Smith to stop her complaints about the Arsenal board, while Manchester City set to test Everton’s resolve with a move for Leighton Baines.

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Yeung released on bail – Sky Sports

Gill slates FA for Man Utd ‘victimisation’ – Guardian

Villas-Boas: I know I’ll be sacked if we don’t win – Mirror

Barcelona lodge new £35m bid for Arsenal captain Fábregas – Guardian

Arsenal chairman tells Bracewell-Smith to ‘stop complaining’ after Twitter blast – Daily Mail

De Gea eyes European success – Daily Telegraph

Lee shown the door at Liverpool with Clement and McAllister lined up – Daily Mail

Pedroza claims Spurs switch – Sky Sports

Tottenham enter race with Manchester City for French sensation Niang – Daily Mail

Fergie confident over Nasri raid – Sun

City to test Everton with part-exchange offer for Baines – Mirror
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