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Tuesday's Newspapers:
November 13, 2018


THE TIMES
Manchester United players have begun to question Jose Mourinho over his reluctance to drop Nemanja Matic despite poor form.
The FA is proposing a new Brexit plan which would ensure half of all Premier League squads are homegrown players.
The Premier League could vote to introduce VAR next season at its shareholders meeting on Thursday.
THE SUN
Jose Mourinho feels Manchester United will sack him if United do not finish in the top four - with the club eyeing Mauricio Pochettino as his replacement.
Manchester City are lining-up a £50m move for Ajax's Frenkie de Jong despite potentially facing an investigation into their spending.
West Ham's move for Samir Nasri is reportedly on the verge of collapse with concerns over the Frenchman's fitness.

DAILY EXPRESS
Cesc Fabregas could face some form of action after footage showing him moving referee Kevin Friend's free-kick spray marking behind his back emerged on social media.
Chelsea look set to have to pay out another £11m to Antonio Conte after Real Madrid announced Santiago Solari would be their manager for the rest of the season.
DAILY MAIL
Borussia Dortmund are ramping up their scouting network in the UK to discover more undervalued talent like Jadon Sancho.

DAILY MIRROR
Samir Nasri's move to West Ham is being held up over fitness concerns with West Ham likely to make a decision this week.
DAILY RECORD
Rangers are set to escape with a UEFA warning after being late for kick-off against Spartak Moscow in Russia.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
Manchester United have begun talks over a new contract with midfield duo Juan Mata and Ander Herrera.
Senior England players have given Wayne Rooney the green light to wear the captain's armband against USA on Thursday.
Jose Mourinho is prepared to cash in on Marcos Rojo and Eric Bailly in order to bring in either Toby Alderweireld or Inter's Milan Skriniar in January.
Manchester United fear they will not be able to sell Alexis Sanchez despite the player's desire to leave Old Trafford.

THE GUARDIAN
Kevin De Bruyne is on track to return from his knee injury on December 4 despite initially being ruled out for six weeks.
THE INDEPENDENT
Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson believes his role is more difficult than the club's forward players
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Tuesday's Newspapers:
November 13, 2018


THE TIMES
•Manchester United players have begun to question Jose Mourinho over his reluctance to drop Nemanja Matic despite poor form.
•The FA is proposing a new Brexit plan which would ensure half of all Premier League squads are homegrown players.
•The Premier League could vote to introduce VAR next season at its shareholders meeting on Thursday.

THE SUN
•Jose Mourinho feels Manchester United will sack him if United do not finish in the top four - with the club eyeing Mauricio Pochettino as his replacement.
•Manchester City are lining-up a £50m move for Ajax's Frenkie de Jong despite potentially facing an investigation into their spending.
•West Ham's move for Samir Nasri is reportedly on the verge of collapse with concerns over the Frenchman's fitness.


DAILY EXPRESS
•Cesc Fabregas could face some form of action after footage showing him moving referee Kevin Friend's free-kick spray marking behind his back emerged on social media.
•Chelsea look set to have to pay out another £11m to Antonio Conte after Real Madrid announced Santiago Solari would be their manager for the rest of the season.

DAILY MAIL
•Borussia Dortmund are ramping up their scouting network in the UK to discover more undervalued talent like Jadon Sancho.


DAILY MIRROR
•Samir Nasri's move to West Ham is being held up over fitness concerns with West Ham likely to make a decision this week.

DAILY RECORD
•Rangers are set to escape with a UEFA warning after being late for kick-off against Spartak Moscow in Russia.

DAILY TELEGRAPH
•Manchester United have begun talks over a new contract with midfield duo Juan Mata and Ander Herrera.
•Senior England players have given Wayne Rooney the green light to wear the captain's armband against USA on Thursday.
•Jose Mourinho is prepared to cash in on Marcos Rojo and Eric Bailly in order to bring in either Toby Alderweireld or Inter's Milan Skriniar in January.
•Manchester United fear they will not be able to sell Alexis Sanchez despite the player's desire to leave Old Trafford.


THE GUARDIAN
•Kevin De Bruyne is on track to return from his knee injury on December 4 despite initially being ruled out for six weeks.

THE INDEPENDENT
•Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson believes his role is more difficult than the club's forward players
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