The feud between Jose Mourinho and Andre Villas-Boas continued in Saturday's newspapers as the Chelsea manager hit back at his Tottenham counterpart ahead of their Premier League clash at White Hart Lane.
Villas-Boas outlined the details of how the pair's relationship fell apart after he had worked with Mourinho at Porto, Chelsea and Inter Milan. But Mourinho was in spiky form as he returned fire.
But who else is making the headlines on Saturday? Read on to find out more.
Chelsea manager Mourinho ended his relationship with Villas-Boas after hearing that the Spurs boss has been talking behind his back, claims David Woods of the Daily Star.
Woods quotes a source close to Mourinho as saying that Villas-Boas did not speak directly about his future role under the former Real Madrid coach, as the White Hart Lane boss claimed earlier this week (via BBC Sport).
The pair will meet for the first time as club managers on Saturday, but Mourinho refused to become too embroiled in a row when asked about his former "apprentice" ahead of the game, as Woods reported.
It's a personal thing. I don't care about what he says.
I had so many assistants in my career, I was always an open book to all of them. I'm not a kid to discuss these things with the media.
Arsenal manager Wenger is celebrating 17 years in charge of the club this weekend but is now looking to extend his stay to 20 years, reports Mark Irwin of The Sun (subscription required).
The Gunners boss was sitting at the top of the Premier League table heading into this weekend and looking for an eighth successive league win away from home when they travel to Swansea.
Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kroenke wants Wenger to stay beyond his current deal, which ends next year, and the Frenchman also wants to remain in charge.
I will sign when we find the time. I don’t know when that will be but it is straightforward and I don’t think it’s the most important problem at the moment.
I would love to stay at Arsenal for ever because that would mean I am immortal, but in this job you work like you are always going to be here while knowing that it can end any day.
Meanwhile, former Arsenal defender Sol Campbell will look abroad to begin his coaching career after becoming frustrated at the archaic attitudes to black managers in English football, as Sachin Nakrani of The Guardian reported.
I want to start abroad. There are no opportunities for me here, not until attitudes change anyway.
Everyone has to ask themselves why there are not more black managers in this country...I've spoken to other black players who want to coach and they feel the same, that attitudes here are archaic.
I hope and pray the environment changes.
Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina will not be returning to Anfield when his loan spell at Napoli ends, writes Matt Barlow of the Daily Mail.
The 18-year-old has made an impressive impact on the first team during his appearances so far this season.
He’s a Manchester United player and I’m sure he will be.
We think this is the best place for producing and giving young players an opportunity. It’s part of my remit to promote young players and Adnan has been promoted already.
The next part is to become a regular first-team player. He’s keen to stay but he has some influences around him.
United have also been linked with a move for Inter Milan midfielder Fredy Guarin, reports Ben Jefferson of the Daily Express.
Sunderland caretaker manager Kevin Ball has reintroduced tomato ketchup to players' meals as he makes changes in the wake of Paolo Di Canio's sacking last weekend, reports Simon Bird of the Daily Mirror.
Di Canio introduced a number of strict rules during his short tenure at the Stadium of Light before his departure and Ball has relaxed a number of those measures, according to the report.
ITV Sport is facing an anxious wait on its future Champions League coverage after UEFA awarded French broadcast rights to subscription channel beIN Sport rather than terrestrial television, reports Charles Sale of the Daily Mail.