Manager claims to have a dressing room spy

QPR manager Neil Warnock
QPR manager Neil Warnock
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WE take a look around the papers for the latest from Queens Park Rangers, Liverpool, Manchester United, Everton, Arsenal, Liverpool, Wolves, West Bromwich Albion and Sunderland.

DAILY EXPRESS: QPR boss Neil Warnock believes a dressing room source is responsible for tipping off a supporter about his team selection, which ended up on a fans website. “It is possibly a player who is probably not wanted,” said Warnock.

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has angrily denied racially abusing Patrice Evra as the FA prepare to interview the Manchester United defender over his allegations. Also: Sam Warburton’s family insist the Wales captain will emerge a stronger man from the nightmare experience of seeing his World Cup ended by suspension.

DAILY MIRROR: Everton manager David Moyes has sent scouts to watch Bosnian international striker Vedad Ibisevic play for German side Hoffenheim.

Wayne Rooney last night got support to fight his Euro 2012 ban - from his red-card victim. Also: Arsene Wenger praised match-winner Robin van Persie last night - but admitted Arsenal cannot get him to discuss a new contract.

THE SUN: Angry Luis Suarez has furiously denied explosive claims he racially abused Manchester United’s Patrice Evra. Also: Harry Redknapp hailed Jermain Defoe after the spurs hitman gave Fabio Capello plenty to think about.

DAILY MAIL: Wolves boss Mick McCarthy said he was furious with West Brom’s Paul Scharner for winding up his players by revealing a T-shirt which had a Baggies emblem on it to celebrate the 2-0 win on Sunday.

Manchester United face a fight to hold onto French younster Paul Pogba, whose is coming to the end of his contract.

Patrice Evra was left isolated last night after accusing Liverpool strike Luis Suarez of racially abusing him. Also: Wales captain Sam Warburton will miss Friday’s Bronze Final against Australia after he was banned for three weeks for his spear tackle on Vincent Clerc as rugby’s rulers backed referee Alain Rolland.

DAILY STAR: Wayne Rooney has been urged to appeal against his Euro 2012 ban - by the player he kicked in Montenegro. Also: Arsene Wenger last night admitted Robin van Persie is refusing to discuss a new contract - despite Arsenal’s two-goal hero insisting he is committed to the club.

THE INDEPENDENT: Liverpool and Manchester United were on course for a bitter dispute last night with the Anfield club ready to demand that Patrice Evra be banned if his claims that Luis Suarez repeatedly racially abused him prove to be unsubstantiated. Also: You could tell by the way that he was afforded his own rapturous farewell that the Emirates home support knows Robin Van Persie is the difference between Arsenal maintaining their place among the elite of English football, and the prospect of slipping away into mediocrity.

THE TIMES: Luis Suarez, the Liverpool forward, received the full support of his club last night after hitting back at accusations that he racially abused Patrice Evra. Also: So now it has it. New Zealand has its team in the final in its home tournament. There will be a sigh of relief blowing through the country this morning as the nation contemplates another week, next Sunday, and the last leg of this long journey.

THE GUARDIAN: After the harrowing drama of Wales’s elimination at the hands of France and a punctilious referee on Saturday, the other slot in next weekend’s final of the 2011 Rugby World Cup was filled on Sunday night in a far more straightforward manner. Also: Liverpool have given their firm backing to Luis Suarez over his denial that he racially abused Patrice Evra at Anfield on Saturday - and want the Manchester United defender to receive a ban from the Football Association should his accusations prove groundless.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: The war of words between Liverpool and Manchester United’s Patrice Evra escalated last night as Luis Suarez strongly denied allegations of racism. Also: The year of living dangerously continues for Arsenal. Once again, they relied on their marvellous goalscorer, Robin van Persie, and their defiant goalkeeper, Wojciech Szczesny.