Good Morning once again, and welcome to the Football Faithful Paper Round-Up where we have the latest news fromOld Trafford, as well as much more.
Here is the Paper Round-Up for Friday 12th February 2016.
Louis van Gaal still believes he will be in charge next season if Man Utd qualify for the Champions League [Sun]
Jose Mourinho thinks he will only get the Man Utd job, if they finish outside of the top 4 [M.E.N]
Mourinho is planning a double raid on his former club, Real Madrid [Sun]
Wayne Rooney could be the next big money target for the Chinese Super League according to Sven Goran Erikson [Mirror]
Chelsea are targeting PSG midfielder, Blaise Matuidi, who would cost £39million [Star]
Meanwhile Chelsea have seen a £40million move for Gonzalo Higuain, rejected [Mail]
Tottenham are interested in Michy Batshuayi from Marseille [Metro]
Liverpool have made Barcelona goalkeeper, Marc-Andre Ter Stegen their number one choice [Bleacher Report]
Meanwhile, former Liverpool star Jan Molby says that fans should now protest to reduce the price of Away tickets [Liverpool Echo]
Football should be free for everyone, says Watford boss, Quique Sanches Flores [Star]
Arsenal have announced they will head to the USA for their pre-season tour [Mirror]
Mesut Özil is set to be handed a new mega money contract at Arsenal [Star]