SATURDAY: Loadsamoney City taunt Spurs

Read all about it: UK national newspapers review.

Read all about it: UK national newspapers review.

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What today’s papers are saying:

DAILY STAR:

Harry Redknapp last night dismissed Roberto Mancini’s record at Manchester City by claiming anyone could do it with the money he’s got. Also: Roberto Mancini has taunted Harry Redknapp and offered to lend his rival some cash if he is feeling hard up.

DAILY EXPRESS:

Arsene Wenger has admitted it will be a ``disaster’’ if Arsenal fail to finish in the top four of the Premier League and miss out on the Champions League. Also: Joey Barton has hit back in his row with former QPR boss Neil Warnock, branding him the Premier League’s version of Mike Bassett.

DAILY MIRROR:

Roberto Mancini and Harry Redknapp started a war of words last night over Manchester City’s big spending. Also: Joey Barton last night accused former QPR boss Neil Warnock of embarrassing himself by claiming players and fans had got him fired.

DAILY MAIL:

The tension between Tottenham and Manchester City rose dramatically yesterday as Harry Redknapp claimed anybody could win the Barclays Premier League with the money at Roberto Mancini’s disposal. Also: Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has launched a #20million bid for Shakhtar Donetsk’s Brazilian midfielder Willian.

THE SUN:

Harry Redknapp and Roberto Mancini squared up again last night in a huge cash row ahead of their Super Sunday showdown. Also: Thierry Henry and Rio Ferdinand are both doubts for tomorrow’s Emirates crunch.

THE GUARDIAN:

Roberto Mancini`s insistence that he is entitled to wave imaginary cards led to a defiant and slightly eccentric press conference. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson believes the bad blood has now gone from Manchester United`s clashes with Arsenal.

THE INDEPENDENT:

Harry Redknapp and Roberto Mancini yesterday traded barbed comments with the Tottenham Hotspur manager telling his Italian counterpart that Manchester City had bought their success. Also: Gary Cahill admits he has been hurt by the accusations of greed that accompanied his protracted move to Chelsea.

THE TMES:

Harry Redknapp has raised the stakes before Tottenham Hotspur`s trip to the Etihad Stadium tomorrow by claiming that he might have already won a league title had he been in charge of Manchester City. Also: Arsene Wenger has admitted for the first time that it would be “a disaster” for Arsenal if they fail to qualify for next season`s Champions League.

DAILY TELEGRAPH:

On the eve of a momentous weekend in the Premier League, Harry Redknapp warned against any team being written off in the title race. Also: Gary Cahill yesterday denied that his delay in signing for Chelsea was over money.

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