From the Back Pages, February 7: United and Chelsea target Cavani weighs up Premier League move as striker’s agents hold talks in London

Edinson Cavani’s representatives are in London today as the striker considers a summer move away from Paris Saint-Germain. The Uruguay forward is out with a thigh injury which could yet rule him out of their Champions League tie with Bayer Leverkusen. (Daily Mail)

From the back pages
From the back pages

West Ham’s co-owner David Gold has claimed the club has been forced to take legal action over Andy Carroll’s red card because they have no alternative. (The Independent)

Newcastle United have suspended Willie Donachie, their reserve-team manager, after he was alleged to have struck one of the club’s young players this week. (The Times)

MICHAEL LAUDRUP has blasted Swansea over the manner of his sacking and is seeking legal advice against the Welsh club. (The Express)

England’s first post-Kevin Pietersen team announcement has seen box-office drama replaced by county excellence with the selection of Moeen Ali and Stephen Parry for their World T20 squad and Harry Gurney for the one-day squad for the Caribbean. (The Telegraph)

The reasons for the sacking of Kevin Pietersen still remained unclear after the England selector James Whitaker said he was “not at liberty to say” why the batsman had been dropped. (The Guardian)

Rival racers Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button are working together to dethrone champion Sebastian Vettel. (The Mirror)