What the papers say
A look at what is making the back-page headlines in today's national newspapers.
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DAILY TELEGRAPH: Andy Murray said he feared someone could suffer a heart attack if Australian Open organisers insist on play going ahead in 42C temperatures in Melbourne, as they did yesterday. Also: Barcelona have admitted a company owned by Neymar's parents received more than 70 per cent of the near £50million transfer fee that brought the player to the Nou Camp.
THE INDEPENDENT: Manchester United's former prodigy Paul Pogba feels such a deep grievance about the way he was treated by Sir Alex Ferguson that he has ruled out any notion of returning to Old Trafford, to provide the midfield quality which manager David Moyes is lacking. Also: Andy Murray emerged unscathed after playing through the hottest part of a scorching day here at the Australian Open yesterday but believes tournament organisers should reconsider the rules about playing in extreme heat.
THE GUARDIAN: Everton are hopeful of ending the uncertainty of Leighton Baines' future, and with it David Moyes' interest in a reunion with the left-back at Manchester United, by securing the England international on a new long-term contract. Also: The Hull City owner, Assem Allam, has threatened to walk away from the club if the Football Association refuses to grant his application to change the club's name to Hull Tigers.
THE TIMES: Assem Allam, the Hull City chairman, has threatened to walk out on the club if his controversial attempt to rename them 'Hull Tigers' is blocked by the Football Association or the supporters. Also: The Americans were busy with their calculators working out the temperatures in their favoured Fahrenheit while our cousins here in Australia use the Celsius scale, but there was unanimity yesterday that it was a bit of a stinker.
DAILY MIRROR: Arsene Wenger is trying to do a £35million deal for German whiz-kid Julian Draxler - to turn him into the next Robin van Persie. Also: Hull City owner Assem Allam has threatened to walk out on the Tigers within 24 hours if the FA rejects his proposed change to the club's name.
THE SUN: Jose Mourinho has told veterans John Terry, Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole he wants them to stay at Chelsea. Also: Southampton face meltdown as the mastermind behind their resurrection prepares to quit.
DAILY STAR: David Moyes is set for more transfer embarrassment with Paul Pogba ready to snub an amazing £40m return to Manchester United. Also: Newcastle star Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa has apologised to Samir Nasri for almost kicking him out of the World Cup.
DAILY EXPRESS: Manuel Pellegrini says Sergio Aguero's return will only strengthen Manchester City's bid to pull off football's mission impossible - an unprecedented 'Quadruple'. Also: Neil Back says England have to throw caution to the wind and go on the attack in the Six Nations if they are to have any hope of winning the World Cup next year.
DAILY MAIL: Jose Mourinho has started the mind games with David Moyes by claiming he has 'inside information' on Manchester United's struggles under their new manager. Also: Arsenal are ready to splash out £37million on the German wonderkid they believe can be the next Robin van Persie.