From the Back Pages, October 15: Lewandowski hints at Bayern snub, alerting United, City and Chelsea

From the back pages
From the back pages

Robert Lewandowski has opened a potential bidding war between Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea after hinting he has snubbed Bayern Munich. (Daily Mail)

RIVALS Manchester United and Manchester City are to wedge a spanner in the works before Andres Iniesta signs a new deal with Barcelona. (The Express)

Roy Hodgson has admitted that the FA’s decision to sell 18,000 tickets to Poland supporters could inspire England’s opponents in their critical World Cup qualifying match at Wembley tomorrow (Tuesday) evening. (The Times)

The last time Robert Lewandowski played at Wembley, the evening ended with the visitors in red and white deliriously celebrating a great victory. But he was not wearing the Polish national team colours; he was in the yellow and black of Borussia Dortmund, devastatingly defeated by Bayern Munich in last season’s Champions League final. (The Independent)

Wayne Rooney can shine for England as the central figure in Roy Hodgson’s fluent ‘Front Four’. (The Telegraph)

Great Britain’s 4x100m women’s relay squad are set to be rewarded for their shock bronze medal at the world championships in Moscow when UK Athletics announces who will receive lottery funding in 2014 on Monday. (The Guardian)

Rory McIlroy has started legal action against his former agent – and has split from girlfriend Caroline Wozniacki. (The Mirror)