Tuesday, November 17

United in the news

Spurs eye outcast foster (Mark Irwin, The Sun)

Redknapp is looking to sign an established goalkeeper to put pressure on unpredictable Brazilian Heurelho Gomes as Spurs bid to qualify for a Champions League place next season.

Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool set for battle to sign Palermo defender Simon Kjaer (Christopher Davies, Daily Mail)

Kjaer had admitted he would like to join one of Europe's top clubs after the World Cup and Palermo have confirmed interest from the Barclays Premier League trio plus Juventus.

Manchester United winger Nani linked with loan move to Italian club Fiorentina (Daily Mail)

They want Nani to spend six months with them before negotiating a permanent £15m deal in the summer.

Paul Scholes to get new United deal (David Anderson, Daily Mirror)

Golden oldie Scholes turned 35 yesterday and Sir Alex Ferguson wants to reward him with another 12-month deal at Old Trafford.

Gary Neville: only the best referees should officiate the biggest games (Mark Ogden, Daily Telegraph)

He said: "The big matches should be refereed by the best referees. Italian referee Pierluigi Collina always used to get the big Champions League matches because he rarely made mistakes."

Ben Foster can regain Manchester United place and revitalise World Cup hopes (Rob Stewart, Daily Telegraph)

Former England international Nigel Martyn believes Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Foster can revitalise his World Cup prospects by "getting his head down" and forcing his way back into the first-team squad at Old Trafford.

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