Sunday's gossip column


David Moyes has warned Manchester United to keep their hands off Everton starlet Jack Rodwell. (Sunday Mirror) 
West Ham will not stand in Robert Green's way if any of the Premier League's top four move in on the England goalkeeper. (Sunday Mirror) 
Former Scotland international striker Paul Dickov will sign for League One side Leeds on Monday despite keen interest from MLS side Toronto. (Mail on Sunday) 


Depressed Ashley Cole tells pals he may quit football after the collapse of his marriage to wife Cheryl Cole.(Sunday Mirror)
Sunderland's Kieran Richardson should be considered for England's up-for-grabs left-back spot at the World Cup, according to his club manager Steve Bruce. (Daily Mail) 
Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill dismisses talk of him becoming the next Manchester United manager. (Sunday Telegraph) 
O'Neill has ruled himself out of what he calls the impossible job, replacing Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United boss. (Sunday Mirror) 
Ferguson, meanwhile, has taken another swipe at rivals Manchester City ahead of the Carling Cup Final by telling them they blundered by selling Richard Dunne to Aston Villa. (Sunday Mirror) 
Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez is set for showdown talks with Spain coach Vicente del Bosque over his plan to play Fernando Torres in this week's friendly with France. (Sunday Mirror) 
MK Dons are considering replacing manager Paul Ince with ex-Reading boss Brendan Rodgers. (Mail on Sunday) 
Tottenham midfielder Luka Modric admits he feared he might never recover from his broken leg in August. (News of the World)
Defender Brede Hangeland insists he had no doubts about staying at Fulham and says he has been proved right by the club's stunning run in Europe. (News of the World)


A few loyal Accrington Stanley fans brought along their patio heaters to thaw out the pitch before their clash with Burton Albion at the Fraser Eagle Stadium.(Sunday Express)