What the papers say
A look at what is making the headlines on the back pages of Wednesday's press.
Daily Star: David Moyes is facing a battle to win over Manchester United star Robin van Persie. Also: Danny Welbeck looks set to lead the England attack.
Daily Mail: David Moyes will bid again for Ander Herrera and Leighton Baines in January to try to restore Manchester United's crumbling reputation as a major player in the transfer market. Also: England team-mate Theo Walcott has admitted he was shocked when he saw the extent of Wayne Rooney's head injury.
Daily Mirror: Theo Walcott revealed the England squad were shocked to see the extent of Wayne Rooney's "horror film" injury. Also: Manchester United told Ander Herrera they will sign him in January after losing their nerve when the £30.4million transfer hit complications.
The Sun: Marouane Fellaini took a £4million hit in Manchester United wages to rescue his dream move. Also: Theo Walcott has spoken of his horror at seeing Wayne Rooney's badly gashed head.
Daily Express: Marouane Fellaini agreed to sacrifice £4 million to ensure his move from Everton to Manchester United went through. Also: Gareth Bale will not be risked by Wales in either of their World Cup qualifiers against Macedonia or Serbia.
The Times: Greg Dyke, the new FA chairman, will demand today that English football makes a fundamental change of approach to revive the flagging fortunes of the national team. Also: Newcastle United supporters have reacted angrily to attempts by the club and Alan Pardew to justify the lack of activity in the summer transfer window.
The Independent: Manchester United believe their disappointing summer - which would have left them without a single new signing if Marouane Fellaini had not sacrificed £4m to seal a move from Everton - was the product of extreme circumstances in which David Moyes had only eight weeks to undertake his entire strategy in an unfamiliar market. Also: The uneasy truce came at 3pm yesterday, 16 hours after the transfer window had shut.
The Guardian: Mesut Ozil felt compelled to leave Real Madrid on deadline day after the Spanish club's hierarchy made clear they had lost faith in his abilities, prompting his eye-catching £42.5m transfer to Arsenal. Also: In a bid to put a bitter summer of transfer humiliation behind them, David Moyes will sit down with under-fire Manchester United vice-chairman, Ed Woodward, in the coming days to draw up a list of targets for January.
Daily Telegraph: Marouane Fellaini spared David Moyes the embarrassment of ending the transfer window without a new signing at Manchester United by sacrificing £4million in bonuses to seal his £27.5million move from Everton. Also: Gareth Barry has revealed how he was informed he had no future at Manchester City before Manuel Pellegrini's appointment at the Etihad Stadium.