Football

Paper Talk: March 31

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The Telegraph

- Sir Alex Ferguson insists Javier Hernandez will not be sold, despite interest in the Manchester United striker from Real Madrid.

- Stewart Downing says the threat of the axe at Liverpool saved his Anfield career.

The Mirror

- Frank de Boer has emerged as the front runner to replace Roberto Mancini at Manchester City.

- Interim Chelsea boss Rafael Benitez deliberately refuses to call Sir Alex Ferguson by his title, instead prefering to refer to Manchester United manager by his surname.

Mail on Sunday

- Jose Mourinho and David Moyes top Roman Abramovich's shortlist of managers to replace Rafael Benitez.

- Rio Ferdinand will be offered a new one-year deal by Manchester United next month.

The People

- Brendan Rodgers hopes to reunite Xabi Alonso with Steven Gerrard in the Liverpool midfield.

- Manchester City are ready to make a summer raid for Alexis Sanchez – with Barcelona keen to off-load the Chilean.

The Express

- Andre Villas-Boas believes Gareth Bale will fire Tottenham back into the Champions League.

- Sir Alex Ferguson expects Roberto Mancini to be at Manchester City next season.

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