Premier League: Sunday Gossip Roundup
The Premier League might be on an international break, but the same cannot be said for the Sunday newspapers.
Read on to find out more.
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand provided the story of the week in the buildup to the World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Montenegro.
The former West Ham and Leeds man was called up for the first time by Roy Hodgson, but he withdrew from the squad when he realised there was no time to adapt to the preparations he needs for a back problem.
But England supporters railed against the defender with a number of chants during the game after Ferdinand flew to Dubai to take part in television coverage of the game.
Liverpool and England midfielder Steven Gerrard, however, claims the supporters were entitled to voice their opinions after paying for travel, accommodation and tickets for the match (via Sky Sports).
The Belgium international, 25, has been an impressive signing for the Blues since joining from Standard Liege for £15 million in 2008.
The England Under-21 international joined the Saints from Crystal Palace last summer and has been in good form for the St Mary's Stadium side.
O'Neill has not enjoyed a successful spell with the Wearsiders since being appointed to succeed Steve Bruce in December 2011.
Moyes, who was strongly linked with Aston Villa in 2011 (via Liverpool Daily Post), will review his contract situation at the end of the Premier League campaign with his current deal expiring at the same time.
The Scot has previously voiced a desire to manage in the Bundesliga, with Schalke 04 a possible destination (via Daily Mail), and he has also been touted as a possible successor to Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United (via Daily Express).
West Ham United
West Ham United have already announced their plans to move into the Olympic Stadium in the coming years, but are they also about to break their transfer record?
The Ivory Coast forward had been linked with a move to Upton Park in the summer, but he is staying in Holland to help his club win a Champions League spot before making the move to London, says the paper.
Weimann has scored 11 times in 33 appearances for Villa this season.