BB Round-up – West Ham snub, Harry quit threat, Arsenal/Liverpool set £20m fee, Mancini eager to avoid transfer wrangle with Tevez

The title race has blown wide open as poor officiating over the weekend has given Chelsea a golden opportunity to retain their title. Fergie certainly feels aggrieved and believes that his side are failing to get the rub of the green with officials and their decisions at present.

In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that includes Mancini eager to avoid summer transfer wrangle; West Ham chiefs miss Eastlands clash, while Houllier plans Villa’s pre-season.

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Ferguson begins mind games with Chelsea after defeat – Guardian

Mancini: we cannot afford to relax – Daily Telegraph

Hammers chiefs snub crunch loss – Sun

Dalglish not concerned with ‘what ifs’ – Mirror

I’ll quit! Redknapp promises to resign as boss if Spurs sell his stars – Daily Mail

Terry: We can steal title at Old Trafford – Guardian

Mancini eager to avoid summer transfer wrangle over Tevez – Independent

United and City to do battle over signings of Sanchez and Sneijder – Daily Mail

Houllier is Villa plan man – Sun

Spurs and Sunderland set for £12m battle over France striker – Mirror

Arsenal and Liverpool will be forced to stump up £20m for PSG’s Sakho – Daily Mail

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