McClaren could quit Forest

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What the papers say: September 2

Daily Express

- Carlos Tevez's chief advisor Kia Joorabchian says the Argentine may still have a future at Manchester City.

- Fabio Capello has told his England players to wear the Three Lions with pride.

Daily Mail

- Steve McClaren is considering quitting as Nottingham Forest manager.

- David Moyes will be allowed to spend some of the £10 million made from the sale of Mikel Arteta in January.

- Jack Wilshere has been given the green light to being light training after an ankle injury.


Daily Mirror

- Steve McClaren is considering quitting Nottingham Forest due to a lack of ambition in the transfer market.

- Craig Bellamy believes Kenny Dalglish can bring the glory days back to Liverpool.

- Wesley Sneijder rejects the suggestion his wage demands prevented a move to Manchester United.

- Fabio Capello has thrown Owen Hargreaves an England lifeline.

The Sun

- Steve McClaren is ready to quit Nottingham Forest after just seven games.

- Nicklas Bendtner says he will never return to Arsenal.

- Everton chairman Bill Kenwright faces an angry backlash from supporters after selling Mikel Arteta and Jermaine Beckford on deadline day.

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