Paper Talk: Rooney is Manchester United for life

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Daily Telegraph:

- Wayne Rooney has told Sir Alex Ferguson he wants to finish his career at Manchester United, two years after handing in a transfer request

- England are up and running, taking a confident stride down the road to Rio with an emphatic 5-0 victory over Moldova.

Daily Mail:

- Florent Malouda and Paulo Ferreira's relationship with Chelsea is at breaking point, after the pair were ordered to play for the reserves in a behind-closed-doors friendly.

- Manchester United and England defender Phil Jones, could face a lengthy injury lay-off after injuring his right leg after only just returning to training following back spasms.

- Tottenham new boy Clint Dempsey has revealed how his exit from Fulham left him close to tears.

- Micah Richards is ready to boost Manchester City's Champions League hopes by returning to training by the end of the month

Daily Mirror:

- Brendan Rodgers has told his Liverpool players to "man up" to get their squad through to the January transfer window.

- Tottenham have turned their attention to Brazil midfielder Paulo Henrique Ganso who is rated at around £8m by Santos, after missing out on Joao Moutinho.

- Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists striker Nicklas Bendtner will play for the club again at the end of his loan spell at Juventus.

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