Louis van Gaal is not happy.
The Manchester United manager, who is notoriously prickly with the press, again lashed out amid long-standing rumours that the club will replace him with the currently unemployed Jose Mourinho.
He fired off about the rumours in the Mirror, calling the constant distraction an "absolute scandal."
Elsewhere, Steven Gerrard talks to the Telegraph, telling the paper that Liverpool shouldn't underestimate the significance of a League Cup final.
In the Times, Liverpool's "revolution" under Jurgen Klopp is profiled.
In the Daily Express, Manuel Pellegrini is going to keep the faith in Cup goalkeeper Willy Caballero as opposed to No. 1 Joe Hart in the League Cup final at Wembley.
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