In the Tabloids

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THE SUNDAY TIMES

Emile Heskey will undergo surgery today after being struck by the curse of the broken metatarsal which has plagued England…

THE OBSERVER

Didier Drogba will refuse to play against Manchester United in next Sunday’s key Premier League fixture unless a troublesome injury to his right knee is completely healed.

Peter Taylor’s Crystal Palace future is in doubt after chairman Simon Jordan spoke of his admiration for Neil Warnock.

Guus Hiddink has agreed in principle to extend his contract with Russia until 2010.

THE MAIL ON SUNDAY

Sir Alex Ferguson has called on Manchester United to deliver a third European Cup as a fitting commemoration of the Munich Disaster that robbed the club of arguably their brightest crop of young players.

Rafael Benitez believes Steven Gerrard’s performances in England’s back-to-back victories over Israel and Russia have settled the debate surrounding the Liverpool captain’s role in the England set-up.

Two more Premier League stars are in line to be arrested by City of London Police probing corruption in football.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Cristiano Ronaldo faced a police quiz last night after being accused of attacking a rival fan.

Liverpool face a fight to keep Peter Crouch – with both Man City and Juventus both ready to make a move for the England striker in January.

Chelsea’s bid for Euro glory has been snubbed by their own fans – with Tuesday’s Champions League opener against Rosenborg set to be played in front of 12,000 empty seats.

German clubs are queueing to offer Jens Lehmann an escape route from Arsenal.

Bolton will let Ivan Campo tear up his contract and end his career in the Middle East.

NEWS OF THE WORLD

Manchester United’s war with Liverpool over the Gabriel Heinze affair will erupt again this week amid a tap-up storm.

Galatasaray will make a £4million bid for Emre in January after he admitted he wants to leave Newcastle.

Chelsea’s top hitman Didier Drogba says he may not be fully fit for up to a month.

Sven Goran Eriksson is setting up a January transfer-window move for Chelsea defender Wayne Bridge.

THE SUNDAY MIRROR

Sven Goran Eriksson will be handed an amazing £150 million transfer fund to fast track Manchester City into the Champions League.

Stan Kroenke is poised to spark a new war over the control of Arsenal by selling his stake in the club to Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov.

DAILY MIRROR

Martin Jol has been given a month to turn his Spurs side around – but still faces the sack.

Everton boss David Moyes is trying to snatch Barcelona’s Mexican starlet Efrain Juarez Valdez.

Chelsea new-boy Mike Forde is the unlikely central character in a new row between Roman Abramovich and Jose Mourinho.

THE SUN

Spurs boss Martin Jol has told Jermain Defoe: Sign a new deal or I will let you rot in the reserves. But Jol has only a month to save his job.

DAILY STAR

Under-pressure Martin Jol has a month to save his Tottenham job.

DAILY MAIL

Martin Jol has six games to save his job at Tottenham – but even if he steers his side up the table it may not be enough to stop Sevilla’s Juande Ramos from replacing him during next month’s international break.

Willie McKay has revealed he gave Pascal Chimbonda an £18,000 loan shortly after he joined Tottenham from Wigan.

DAILY EXPRESS

Martin Jol has three weeks to save his job after Spurs slumped to defeat against Arsenal.

Police will question four high-profile names in British football this week as part of their investigation into corruption.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Tottenham boss Martin Jol has three weeks to save his job at White Hart Lane.

Gillingham chairman Paul Scally is “generally speaking to unemployed managers” as he looks to replace Ronnie Jepson.

THE TIMES

Martin Jol has been given five games to save his job as Tottenham manager.

THE GUARDIAN

Tottenham believe they can still entice Sevilla’s Juande Ramos to become their new manager – and Daniel Levy will review Martin Jol’s position in the international break next month.

Agent Willie McKay has admitted giving a cheque for £18,000 to Pascal Chimbonda, but says the payment was legitimate.

THE INDEPENDENT

Spurs boss Martin Jol has been told he needs to “turn things around” before the international break next month

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