From the Back Pages, September 25: Liverpool set to be investigated for breaching financial fair play regulations

From the back pages
From the back pages

Liverpool will be named as one of several clubs under investigation by UEFA for possible financial fair play (FFP) breaches this week. (Daily Mail)

CHELSEA will face Shrewsbury whilst Liverpool take on Swansea in the next round of the Capital One Cup. (The Express)

Manchester City 7 Sheffield Wednesday 0: Manuel Pellegrini’s side stroll into fourth round following seven-goal rout at the Etihad Stadium. (The Telegraph)

A group of Manchester United fans will launch a campaign to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford this weekend, writes Rob Dawson of the Manchester Evening News. (The Mirror)

Massimo Cellino’s reign as Leeds United owner is under serious threat after an Italian judge ruled he set up a “bogus corporate screen” as part of a “Machiavellian simulation” deliberately to evade paying import tax on a yacht in 2012, meaning the Football League could bar the Italian from controlling the club. (The Guardian)

Luis Suarez scored his first and second goals for Barcelona in a friendly for the B team behind closed doors. (The Independent)

James Taylor has emerged as a potential alternative to Eoin Morgan in the England one-day side after replacing Gary Ballance among the squad of 16 announced yesterday for the 50-over series in Sri Lanka, which starts in November and acts as a warm-up for the 2015 World Cup. (The Times)