Paper Talk: March 2

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Football News

Daily Mail

- Paris Saint-Germain are set to pounce on the uncertainty surrounding Samir Nasri’s future with a big-money summer swoop.

- Gareth Bale and Andre Villas-Boas secured a January double for Tottenham as they were named player of the month and manager of the month respectively.

Daily Star

- Avram Grant does not want to be a short-term replacement for interim Chelsea manager Rafael Benitez.

- Arsene Wenger has warned Tottenham star Gareth Bale that he is bound to fail at some stage.

Evening Standard

- Martin Jol wants to keep Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong at Fulham next season.

- Liverpool star Luis Suarez insists he is fully committed to the club.

The Mirror

- QPR’s training break in Dubai last month became a 'stag party' according to first-team players.

- Sir Alex Ferguson says Manchester City are 'lucky' to only be 12 points behind in the title race.

The Sun

- Sir Alex Ferguson wants Rio Ferdinand to follow the lead of Ryan Giggs and sign a new contract with Manchester United.

- Manchester City will help out Real Madrid before their clash with Manchester United by letting train on the pitch at the Etihad Stadium.

The Times

- Sir Alex Ferguson doubts that achievements of Ryan Giggs will ever be repeated.

- Barcelona defender Gerard Pique has described Lionel Messi as 'extraterrestrial' ahead of Saturday's Clasico with Real Madrid.


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