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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.

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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