Ferguson implements United car ban
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has banned his young players from driving Chevrolet sports cars
Sir Alex Ferguson has banned Manchester United's young players from driving sports cars from new sponsors Chevrolet.
The club recently signed a multi-million-pound deal with the American car giant, who will become the name on United shirts from August 2014. (Daily Mail)
Liverpool fear Lucas Leiva could be out of action for the next two months, after the Brazilian limped out of Sunday's draw against Manchester City with a thigh injury.
The midfielder missed six months of last season with cruciate knee ligament damage, and returned to Anfield ahead of schedule at the start of this campaign. (The Guardian)
Tottenham's new partnership with Real Madrid will require Andre Villas-Boas and Jose Mourinho to work together just years after they had a spectacular falling-out.
The agreement was struck as part of the £30million deal that took Luka Modric to the Bernabeu. (Daily Mirror)
Arsene Wenger says he could make further signings this transfer window, after admitting his Arsenal side lacked a cutting edge in their 0-0 draw with Stoke on Sunday. (BBC Sport)
And finally, American sportswear firm Nike are to take over England's kit deal from Umbro, and produce a new away shirt for the Three Lions as early as next spring. (Daily Mail)