From the Back Pages, September 10: Man Utd and Liverpool to offer Barcelona’s Dani Alves shot at Premier League glory

From the back pages
From the back pages

BARCELONA’S Dani Alves has emerged as a shock transfer target for Manchester United and Liverpool. (The Express)

Robbie Fowler’s name has been put forward for the Leeds job. Leeds have been made aware that Fowler would be interested in the vacant head coach’s job at his old club, but the former England striker has not directly applied. (The Mirror)

Manchester United are expected to announce record revenues on Wednesday of around £420million for last season with a £25million profit helped by sales of two million replica shirts worldwide. (Daily Mail)

Queens Park Rangers could be refused entry to the Sky Bet Championship and demoted to the fifth tier of English football the next time they are relegated should they refuse to pay a multimillion-pound fine incurred by breaking the Football League’s Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules. (The Times)

Premier League: The 10 debutants to keep your eye on this weekend - including Falcao, Welbeck, Hernandez and Alvarez. (The Independent)

Paul Lambert has made Fabian Delph’s contract situation a top priority and will step up his bid to keep the England midfielder by opening negotiations this month. (The Telegraph)

Michael Schumacher has left hospital in Lausanne, Switzerland, nine months after suffering a life-threatening injury in a skiing accident. (The Guardian)