From the Back Pages, September 9: Cesc Fabregas reveals he ‘will always feel like a Gunner’ and it will be a ‘special moment’ returning to Arsenal

Cesc Fabregas admits he will always feel like a Gunner - despite a £30million move to Arsenal’s London rivals Chelsea this summer. (Daily Mail)
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Diego Costa is hopeful of being fit for Chelsea’s clash with Swansea on Saturday – after the striker’s worst fears over his latest hamstring problem were allayed. (The Mirror)

Manchester United have responded to the rumours that new loan signing Radamel Falcao is actually two years older than he claims, dismissing any chance of the striker lying about his age. (The Independent)

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Sepp Blatter confirmed today that he will stand for a fifth term as Fifa president next year and revealed that he was braced for a challenge from a European official. (The Times)

TWO goals from ex-Manchester United star and Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck was enough to earn England a hard-fought 2-0 win over Switzerland in their first European Championship qualifier. (The Express)

Manchester United will disclose the full cost to the club of David Moyes’s disastrous 11-month reign as manager on Wednesday, with annual accounts expected to highlight a £50-million pricetag on the Scot’s turbulent campaign at the helm. (The Telegraph)

The family of Moeen Ali have called the booing of the England player at Edgbaston “disgraceful” after a complaint from a spectator resulted in police classing it as a ”non-crime hate-related incident”. (The Guardian)