A round up of sporting headlines including news from QPR, Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Spurs and Leicester.
THE GUARDIAN: Sir Alex Ferguson claims the Manchester United job was “too big” for David Moyes, distancing himself from the appointment.
MIRROR: Harry Redknapp faces a club fine for responding in his newspaper column to Adel Taarabt’s unauthorised interview.
SUN: WBA’s highly-rated Saido Berahino is set to earn a bumper new deal less than a year after signing his last one.
Leicester City’s England U21 defender Liam Moore is a £10m target for Arsenal and Manchester City.
DAILY EXPRESS: Bundesliga outfit Schalke are poised to make a January swoop for Chelsea’s £50m outcast Fernando Torres, currently on loan at Milan.
Chelsea’s hopes of signing Real Madrid star Sami Khedira have have been handed a major boost after reports claiming the 27-year-old wants a Premier League switch.
Arsenal are looking to replace Arsene Wenger with Real Madrid boss and former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti if the Frenchman leaves at the end of the season for Monaco.
Steven Gerrard says his side face humiliation if each and every one of his team-mates is not on the top of his game tonight.
DAILY MAIL: Luke Shaw admits his performances since joining Manchester United have not yet justified his £30m price tag but has vowed: ‘You’ll see my best soon.’
DAILY STAR: Manchester United have been handed a massive boost in their pursuit of Inter Milan star Freddy Guarin.