What the papers say: October 28

Daily Mail

- Sunderland are continuing to monitor Senegal striker Papiss Demba Cisse.

- Manchester City have confirmed Carlos Tevez will be fined only two weeks' wages for misconduct following a ruling from the PFA.

- Roman Abramovich's plan to leave Stamford Bridge was in turmoil on Thursday night.

- Wesley Sneijder's move to Manchester United could be back on as Inter Milan prepare to offload the Holland international.

Daily Mirror

- Liverpool are stepping up their interest in Newcastle captain Fabricio Coloccini and could table a January transfer window bid.

- Arsenal captain Robin van Persie is likely to keep Arsenal waiting until the summer before beginning talks over a new contract.

- Anton Ferdinand has broken his silence over the John Terry racism-row - and admitted the last few days have been crazy.

- Villarreal have confirmed striker Giuseppe Rossi will be out for six months after suffering cruciate ligament damage

- Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed his interest in Chelsea youngster Josh McEachran.

Daily Telegraph

- Manchester United have made Benfica midfielder Nicolas Gaitan a target for the January transfer.

Metro

- Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has called on the Blues to 'beat the crap out of Arsenal' on Saturday.

- Jack Wilshere has optimistically called for Arsenal to splash the cash in the January transfer window on Manchester City playmaker David Silva.

The Sun

- Manchester City's Spanish winger David Silva says he would snub Barcelona and Real Madrid to stay at the Etihad Stadium.

- Manchester United are set to reduce their £4m asking price for goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak.

- Chris Smalling wants to play at the Olympics despite Alex Ferguson's opposition.

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