From the back pages, January 21: Sir Alex Ferguson rages over linesman’s penalty call in Tottenham draw

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

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Sir Alex Ferguson turned his fire on the assistant referee Simon Beck at White Hart Lane, questioning how he could not have awarded Manchester United a potentially decisive second-half penalty, which he felt was costly when Tottenham Hotspur rallied to secure a 1-1 draw in injury time. (The Guardian)

Wesley Sneijder has agreed a big-money deal to sign for Galatasaray. The news will come as a bitter blow to Liverpool, who were keen on signing the Dutch star. (The Sun)

Chelsea 2 Arsenal 1: Chelsea are not a flawless team but they do have enough good players to be sure of a top-four finish, which is more than can be said of Arsenal. (The Independent)

Chelsea are monitoring whether David Moyes signs a new contract at Everton as they consider candidates for their next manager. (The Telegraph)

Arsene Wenger will be offered a massive £30million deal by Paris Saint-Germain to quit Arsenal this summer.bAnd current PSG boss Carlo Ancelotti would be interested in a job swap to ­succeed Wenger at the Emirates. PSG’s rich Qatari owners are ­prepared to hand Wenger a £10m-a-year, three-year ­contract to take over at the Parc des Princes next season. (The Mirror)

 

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