Bad news for Manchester United fans this morning, but it’s good news for Javier Hernandez. Wayne Rooney has been ruled out of action for a further two weeks, which will mean he’ll miss the match against Liverpool on January 13.
Rooney injured his knee during training on Christmas Day.
Meanwhile, Nani — who has been out injured — returned to training today so there is some good news for Manchester United supporters depending on your faith for the inconsistent winger.
Here are today’s Premier League news headlines:
- Wayne Rooney has been ruled out for another 2 weeks and will miss Liverpool clash — The Guardian
- Mancini says he’ll give Balotelli ‘100 chances’ despite bust up — The Guardian
- Sir Alex Ferguson blames Man City for Mario Balotelli and Roberto Mancini fight — The Mail
- Chelsea confirm the signing of Newcastle striker Demba Ba — The Guardian
- Mario Balotelli to face no punishment after training ground bust-up — The Mail
- Newcastle complete the signing of full-back Mathieu Debuchy — The Guardian
- Blues should retire No 8 shirt in honour of Lamps, insists John Terry — The Mail
- FA Cup third round: 10 things to look forward to this weekend — The Guardian
- Wesley Sneijder offered to QPR by agent, claims Harry Redknapp — The Telegraph
- Why having to read between Arsene’s lines is increasingly frustrating — ArseBlog
- QPR sign defender Tal Ben Haim on a short-term deal for rest of season — The Guardian
- David Platt backs John Guidetti for Manchester City return — Manchester Evening News
- Wenger: Gervinho could miss Swansea clash to join up with Ivory Coast squad — Arsenal News
- Coventry head to Tottenham awash with memories of their finest hour — The Guardian
- Aston Villa interested in swoop for Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott — The Independent
- John Terry ‘devastated’ at the thought of Frank Lampard’s Chelsea exit — The Guardian
- John Terry challenges Chelsea over failure to agree new deal with Lampard — The Independent
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