Football News – Spurs face £12m battle, Villas-Boas looks to gazump rivals, Arsene Wenger gets full backing of Stan Kroenke

Edin Dzeko has apologised to Roberto Mancini for his behaviour after he was substituted in the second half of Tuesday’s Champions’ League defeat to Bayern Munich. The Bosnian told Sky Sports that he has spoken to both the manager and his teammates and apologised earnestly, and now hopes to put the incident behind him. Mancini must find it refreshing that a star striker should actually address their apology at him – but he will now return his concentration to his other problem, Carlos Tevez. Scroll all the way down for one possible solution.

In football’s other big stories this morning, the chase for Palace superkid Wilfried Zaha is spreading across Europe as two of the continent’s biggest names join the fray; Titus Bramble might be joining Carlos Tevez on the golf course, as the defender has been suspended by Sunderland following his arrest earlier this week; Harry Redknapp admits he was fearing a Shamrock surprise for a while after last night’s Europa League tie; and David Moyes backs Tim Cahill to score another Merseyside Derby goal this weekend.

Dzeko apologises to Mancini

Redknapp admits fears over Irish surprise

Dalglish wary of rushing Gerrard back too soon

Arsenal backer Kroenke supporting Wenger

Scholes questions Mancini’s decision

Pulis hails Stoke victory

Titus Bramble suspended by Sunderland after arrest

Jol praises Johnson after victory

Moyes backs Cahill to star again in derby

Wenger and Fergie still keen despite Brazilian’s new deal

Tottenham face £12m battle with Milan for Spanish hitman

Villa-Boas set to gazump North London duo with January bid

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