Sunday, August 18, 2013

Rooney to Chelsea FC? Fellaini to Man Utd? Wenger faces Arsenal FC backlash

Wayne Rooney
The Sun: David Moyes got off to a flying start in his first Premier League game as Manchester United boss.

Also: Arsene Wenger last night faced a furious fans' backlash on the very first day of the new season.

Sunday Mirror: Manchester United will launch a bid to sign Marouane Fellaini on the cheap this week.

Also: Arsene Wenger insisted Arsenal did not suffer a humiliating opening-day defeat because of his lack of spending.

The People: Jose Mourinho will make a final bid of £40million for Wayne Rooney within the next 48 hours.

Also: Gareth Bale is fuming at claims he is giving Spurs the silent treatment.

Daily Star Sunday: Wayne Rooney's Man United return was overshadowed by Robin van Persie who hit two super goals to sink Swansea.

Also: Arsene Wenger suffered a disastrous opening Premier League day as two-goal Christian Benteke fired Aston Villa to a sensational 3-1 Emirates victory.

Mail on Sunday: Wayne Rooney has finally accepted that he will not be allowed to leave Manchester United to join Chelsea and has had to settle for another season at Old Trafford.

Also: Luis Suarez declined the opportunity last night to tell the world that he wants to stay at Liverpool.
Metro: Chelsea will offer one final bid of £40million to prise Wayne Rooney away from Manchester United.

Also: Arsene Wenger has apologised to the Arsenal fans who booed his side off the pitch following the Gunners demoralising 3-1 defeat to Aston Villa.

Sunday Telegraph: Wayne Rooney has publicly told David Moyes that he needs a run of games to regain "100 per cent" fitness even though he is still pushing for a move to Chelsea.

Sunday Times: Wayne Rooney betrayed his continued determination to leave Manchester United by refusing to celebrate with his team after helping to create the second of two brilliant Robin van Persie goals as United eased to a 4-1 win at Swansea in David Moyes' first Premier League match in charge.

The Observer: Arsene Wenger was left lamenting a "huge, huge blow" as Arsenal were beaten 3-1 by Aston Villa in their opening home game of the Premier League campaign.

The Independent on Sunday: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said he is prepared to strengthen his squad before the end of the transfer window after facing a hostile reaction to yesterday's 3-1 home defeat to Aston Villa.
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