Tuesday, January 19

United in the news

Glazers could take £130m out of Manchester United next year (David Conn and Owen Gibson, The Guardian)

They can take almost £130m cash out of the club next year alone if enough lenders sign up for the bond they have launched to borrow £500m for United.

Glazer's SOS to Man Utd stars (Phil Thomas, The Sun)

THE Glazer family have gone cap in hand to Manchester United's players - effectively asking them for a multi-million pound loan!

Fergie will unleash the big guns against City (David McDonnell, The Mirror)

Wayne Rooney will lead United's attack at Eastlands tonight, but Dimitar Berbatov, who suffered a dead leg in Saturday's 3-0 win over Burnley, will be rested.

Manchester divided: The battle for supremacy starts at Eastlands as City host United in Carling Cup semi-final (Chris Wheeler, Daily Mail)

First the cash, then the cups. Not content with turning the tables to make their illustrious neighbours look like poor relations, Manchester City will set about raiding the family silverware as well on Tuesday night.

The ten best Manchester derbies (Jimmy Leach, The Independent)

Take a look back over some of the most measurable meetings between the two sides.

Window watch: Tottenham want £4m Ben Foster (Gary Jacob and George Culkin, The Times)

Tottenham Hotspur have been told that Ben Foster will cost £4 million after they made an inquiry about signing the England goalkeeper.

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