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The inquest into Manchester United's summer transfer window continues with Neil Custis of The Sun (subscription required) reporting that Marouane Fellaini took a £4 million pay cut to ensure his move from Everton went through.
The Belgium international had a release clause of £23.5 million until the end of July, but United refused to pay that price beyond its expiry, reports Custis.
However, with the clock ticking down on Monday, Fellaini told United to pay him £4 million less over the course of his four-year deal to cover the increased transfer fee, according to the report.
Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail lays the blame for United's failures in the summer market at the feet of chief executive Ed Woodward, who, like Moyes, is a newcomer at Old Trafford.
But John Edwards of the Daily Mail says Moyes and United will make a renewed attempt to sign Herrara and Everton defender Leighton Baines in January.
While the newspapers offer a post mortem into United's summer transfer dealings, David Woods of the Daily Star has reported a potential further problem for Moyes with star striker Robin van Persie unconvinced by the new manager's training methods.