Here is all of Saturday’s transfer gossip and paper talk...
Roberto Mancini has criticised Samir Nasri's form and attitude this season and claims the 25-year-old Frenchman is playing at only 50% of his capabilities. (The Sun)
Mancini claims he would walk away from the club if they went three years without a trophy. (The Independent)
Liverpool forward Luis Suarez, 26, will have to wait until next week to discover whether he will face Uefa action for appearing to deliberately tread on Zenit St Petersburg defender Tomas Hubocan during Thursday's Europa League match at Anfield. (Daily Mail)
West Brom manager Steve Clarke will not stop striker Peter Odemwingie from Tweeting despite the 31-year-old's criticism of the club last month and the controversy surrounding his deadline-day dash to QPR. (Daily Express)
Meanwhile Chelsea boss Rafael Benitez insists Terry is not undroppable. (The Guardian)
Manchester United will offer defender Rio Ferdinand, 34, a testimonial that could earn him up to £2m, even if he leaves Old Trafford this summer. (Daily Telegraph)
Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor, 28, has blamed Togo's football federation for his late return from the Africa Cup of Nations. (The Guardian)
Former Swindon boss Paolo Di Canio is considering going to Saturday's League One home match against Preston as a fan - to galvanise supporter backing for his return to the County Ground as manager. (Daily Mirror)
Ruud Gullit has backed Jose Mourinho to make a dramatic return to Chelsea as manager next season. (Metro)
Everton manager David Moyes says the form of striker Nikica Jelavic, 27, is crucial to their hopes of Champions League qualification. (The Guardian)
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