A round up of sporting headlines including news from QPR, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, Everton, Manchester United and England.
DAILY MAIL: Queen Park Rangers defender Rio Ferdinand has been charged with misconduct following a comment he posted on Twitter, the Football Assocation has announced. Also: REVEALED: The staggering cost of following your team as Premier League and Football League ticket prices rise at three times the rate of inflation.
THE GUARDIAN: Serbia’s Euro 2016 qualifying match against Albania in Belgrade was abandoned with the score goalless after fighting broke out between players, Also: Republic of Ireland’s John O’Shea grabs late draw to shock Germany.
THE INDEPENDENT: Former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has again denied ever racially abusing Patrice Evra when the Frenchman was at Manchester United.
DAILY TELEGRAPH: Arsenal are charging almost 10 times more for their cheapest season ticket than Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
DAILY STAR: Arsenal have stepped up the chase for £17m-rated Samba star Talisca in case Lukas Podolski quits in January.
DAILY EXPRESS: England Under-21 boss Gareth Southgate hailed his Young Lions as a 10th straight victory secured a place in next summer’s European Championship. Also: Juventus are considering a January bid for Manchester United’s out-of-favour midfielder Juan Mata, 26, who is also wanted by his former club Valencia.
DAILY MIRROR: Replacing Arsene Wenger will be Arsenal’s biggest challenge, says Gunners CEO Ivan Gazidis.
THE TIMES: Gareth Southgate, the England Under-21 manager, believes that Raheem Sterling, Ross Barkley, Jack Wilshere and the rest of the country’s young prodigies would benefit from taking part in next summer’s European Championship finals, but has insisted that he will not call up any player who does not wish to be involved.
THE SUN: Chelsea midfielder Oriol Romeu, 23, says he will be happy to stay in the Bundesliga with Stuttgart if Jose Mourinho is unable to guarantee him a future at Stamford Bridge.
SKY SPORTS: Versatile Tottenham youngster Milos Veljkovic, 19, is poised to join Middlesbrough on a three-month loan deal.
TALKSPORT: Tottenham are weighing up a move for Fiorentina’s 21-year-old striker Ante Rebic next summer after the Croatian caught the eye of the club’s scouts against England Under-21s.
LIVERPOOL ECHO: Everton boss Roberto Martinez remains confident record £28m signing Romelu Lukaku, 21, can cope with the expectation on his shoulders despite not being at his best so far this season.