Football News – Harry to hijack Becks move, Meireles was convinced by AVB to quit Anfield, Evans admits fears over United future

Roberto Mancini claimed that Manchester City’s move for Owen Hargreaves was simply down to the fact he was the cheaper option available. The Italian claims that with UEFA’s NEW financial fair play ruling coming into effect in the coming season that the club is now having to be careful with regards to potential transfer targets.

Elsewhere in the papers Fabio Capello has decided that it is time that weak-minded players have to go from the England setup; Evans admits fears over United future, while Mario Balotelli is summoned to the Italian courts.


Clubs may have European cash seized – Guardian

Capello decides England’s weak-minded players have to go – Guardian

Blue Union to hold Kenwright protest – Guardian

Mancini: Hargreaves was the cheap option – Daily Telegraph

Villas-Boas convinced me to quit Liverpool for Chelsea, claims Meireles – Daily Mail

Derry: There’ll be fireworks at QPR – Sun

Spurs set to hijack QPR’s Beckham bid – Mirror

Evans admits fears over Old Trafford future after below-par season – Daily Mail

What was Super Mario doing with the mafia? City star summoned to Italian court – Daily Mail

Cahill on Red alert for pals – Sun

PFA chief calls for ‘Rooney Rule’ in English football -Mirror

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