From the Back Pages, September 24: Manchester United must spend another £100m to win back title, says Phil Neville

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Phil Neville believes that Manchester United will need to spend another £100 million on new players before they have any chance of competing for the Barclays Premier League title again. (The Times)

MANCHESTER CITY could extend Frank Lampard’s loan spell until February. (The Express)

Arsène Wenger called them miracle workers and Southampton enhanced their reputation not only with a result to celebrate but also the sheer standard of the performance. Having recalibrated their team over the summer, they played with a slickness and unity that was mightily impressive. (The Guardian)

Garry Monk got one over on his old boss Roberto Martinez as Swansea advanced to the last 16 of the Capital One Cup. (The Mirror)

On-loan Chelsea starlet Bamford stuns Anfield with extra-time spot kick to take tie to penalties after Toure’s challenge in the box, but Liverpool win 14-13 on penalties. (Daily Mail)

Ryder Cup 2014: Graeme McDowell reveals relationship with Rory McIlroy has ‘changed significantly’. (The Independent)

Ryder Cup 2014: Tom Watson admits United States team is running on empty. US captain says his players are “tired” after playing “too much golf” in the build-up to the Ryder Cup. (The Telegraph)