SATURDAY: Loadsamoney City taunt Spurs

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What today’s papers are saying:


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.