Red Rants looks at Ferguson’s dealings in the transfer market.
The Guardian talks of Michael Owen’s place as our new number seven.
Soccerlens looks at the five reasons why United will be just fine.
The Daily Mail reckons Peter Kenyon is leaving Chelsea for a better paid job at City. Really? That is so unlike him.
The Guardian looks at the Tevez transfer.
As the cavalcade of cars arrived outside the City of Manchester stadium and a phalanx of men with walkie-talkies and official blazers tried to prevent Carlos Tevez from being completely mobbed by the supporters who had gathered in front of the Colin Bell Stand, it almost felt like a trick of the imagination that the last time we had seen him in this divided city he was kissing the badge on a Manchester United shirt and patting his heart to declare his undying love for the club his new employers regard as the enemy.
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