What the papers say: October 13
- Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has been handed a new five-year contract to stay at Old Trafford.
- Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller claims he turned down a move to Chelsea last summer.
- John Terry made a plea for Chelsea fans to back the club's bid to repurchase the freehold of Stamford Bridge.
- Manchester United scouts watched Italy's Riccardo Montolivo during his country's 3-0 win over Northern Ireland.
- Manchester United's Rio Ferdinand is being lined up to be new face of Major League Soccer if David Beckham leaves LA Galaxy.
- Manchester United are tracking Sporting Lisbon striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel.
- David Beckham has fuelled speculation that he could retire from football in November, after admitting he’d love to take up a Zinedine Zidane-like director of football role at Manchester United.
- Villarreal have warned off Manchester United from making a bid for Bruno Soriano.
- Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed Wayne Rooney has gone dark following his sending off for England.
- John W Henry, the principal owner of Liverpool, has acknowledged he knew "virtually nothing" of English football before buying the Reds.
- Manchester City have found Carlos Tevez guilty of refusing to play but the player has indicated he will contest the charge.
- Wayne Rooney will receive a three-match ban for violent conduct if Uefa's disciplinary regulations are followed to the letter on Thursday.
- Chelsea will make a fresh bid for Atletico Madrid defender Diego Godin in the New Year, and could finance part of the deal by selling Alex.
- Polish goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski admits he could leave Arsenal in January if he is still frozen out of the team.