Paper Talk: Rooney denies Ferguson rift

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The Sun:

- France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is planning clear-the-air talks with Andre Villas-Boas, who has claimed Brad Friedel is still Tottenham's No.1.

- Gareth Barry is close to a Manchester City return after four months out injured.

- Aston Villa insist striker Christian Benteke took no part in an alleged car-jacking in Belgium last year.

Daily Mirror:

- Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini could leave Everton as soon as the next transfer window despite being under contract for the next four years.

- Chelsea captain John Terry is fighting to be fit for Saturday's 'grudge match' against QPR.

Daily Mail:

- Gary Cahill is expected to replace injured Chelsea team-mate John Terry for England's home World Cup qualifier against Ukraine on Tuesday.

The Times:

- Wayne Rooney has denied there is any rift with Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson.

Daily Star:

- England have a defensive crisis ahead of tomorrow's World Cup qualifier against Ukraine, with Ashley Cole and John Terry both ruled out through injury.

- Jordan Henderson wants to lead England U21s to next year's Euros and play his way back into Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers' first-team plans.

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