Papers: Cristiano Ronaldo set to face Man Utd despite Valencia red card
By Sky Sports News
Last Updated: 21/09/18 7:41pm
All the top stories and transfer rumours from the back pages of Friday's national newspapers...
Cristiano Ronaldo is set to face Manchester United despite being sent off on his Champions League debut for Juventus.
Jose Mourinho believes Memphis Depay can still realise his potential despite failing to make the grade at Old Trafford.
Manchester United have turned the corner after their early-season wobble - and there is more to come, says Paul Pogba.
Jack Wilshere has been left fuming after a loose screw in his ankle caused another six-week lay-off.
Workers at Tottenham's new stadium had early-morning booze sessions and took drugs on site, it has been claimed.
Burnley defender Ben Gibson is out for several weeks after a hernia operation.
Former club owner Eddie Davies saved Bolton from administration four days before he died.
Steve Bruce is considering a move for the former West Ham defender James Collins.
Mauricio Pochettino believes the thigh injury to Hugo Lloris could have been linked to his drink-drive ban.
Pep Guardiola has put a block on a follow-up being made to the Manchester City documentary.
Liverpool are yet to open talks with James Milner over a new contract.
Kevin De Bruyne expects to be back in full training next month to be fit for the Manchester United clash in November.
Fernandinho hopes Manchester City's shock Champions League defeat to Lyon will leave them humbled.
Cristiano Ronaldo is confident of being able to face former club Manchester United in the Champions League.
Ireland will join the four British associations planning a joint bid for the 2030 World Cup.
Wilfried Zaha has accused Manchester United of failing to give him adequate support after his £10m transfer in 2013, with the Crystal Palace forward admitting it led to depression.
Queen's Park have claimed the SFA tried to buy Hampden off them for £1.
Joe Worrall feels Rangers' draw with Villarreal can be a launchpad for the remainder of the Group G campaign against Rapid Vienna and Spartak Moscow.
Derek McInnes is confident skipper Graeme Shinnie and Gary Mackay-Steven will sign new deals.