Football News: Sneijder’s Manchester plea, Spurs eye Ruiz, Wenger looks to Cahill as Vermaelen injury forces his hand

Wesley Sneijder has issued a ‘come and get me’ plea to the Manchester clubs. The Dutch playmaker who scored a spectacular goal against rivals Milan at the weekend claimed that Inter needed the money and if the right offer came in then he will be sold. It remains the be seen if either Fergie or Mancini will raise to the bait and sign one of Europe’s most talented footballers.

Elsewhere in the papers Daniel Levy has condemned the weekend violence in Tottenham and vowed to help to reunite the community in any way possible; Alan Pardew vows to fight to keep Enrique at Tyneside, while Wenger insists that Jack Wilshere will not play for England.

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United gave City a lesson in football, claims Rooney – Guardian

Riots cause concern for chairman Levy – Guardian

Tevez returns to training with City – Guardian

Wenger: Wilshere will not play for England – Daily Telegraph

Arsenal target Cahill after Vermaelen gives Wenger more worries – Daily Mail

Spurs’ striker search could be over as Redknapp targets Twente forward Ruiz – Daily Mail

Sneijder in Manchester plea – Sun

Pards will battle to keep Jose – Sun

Barton: I can prove to Capello I am good enough – Mirror

Mancini defends Balotelli after he is branded an ’embarrassment’ – Mirror

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