From the Back Pages, October 24: Victor Valdes takes up offer from Manchester United

From the back pages
From the back pages

Manchester United have offered Victor Valdes the chance to complete his rehabilitation from injury at Old Trafford. (Express)

Full-time: Tottenham 5-1 Asteras: Who said the Europa League was boring? Spurs win and well they should have. They were the better side. Kane was very good – except when he went in goal, of course – and capped a fine performance by taking home the match ball. However, it is Lamela and his utterly outrageous rabona that will be gracing your back pages tomorrow morning. (The Guardian)

Brendan Rodgers has spoken to Mario Balotelli about the culture of Liverpool Football Club, following the striker’s controversial shirt-swap against Real Madrid last night, and stressed that there is no room for individuals at Anfield. (The Times)

Luka Modric has piled more misery on Liverpool by claiming he and his Real Madrid team-mates eased off in the second half of their Champions League clash to save themselves for Saturday’s El Clasico against Barcelona. (Daily Mail)

Everton show steel after police target fans: Lille 0 Everton 0: Martinez’s men claim hard-earned draw hours after French police used tear gas on fans. (The Telegraph)

Stricken Michael Schumacher could recover from his brain injuries within one to three years, one of his doctors has revealed. (The Mirror)

WEST INDIES have not called off the ongoing tour to India despite reports that Sri Lanka had stepped in to take their place. (The Express)