Ex-QPR boss ‘wants £1m pay-off’

Neil Warnock wants a £1m pay-off from QPR, according to the Daily Mail.

He is due to meet with club chief executive Philip Beard today to discuss a financial settlement following his recent sacking.

Warnock is set to meet Philip Beard.

The Mail believe Warnock was the lowest paid manager in the Premier League.

Following Chelsea’s insistence that owner Roman Abramovich’s recent training-ground visit was nothing out of the ordinary, The Independent suggest it still raised the pressure on manager Andre Villas-Boas.

The Daily Mirror say Fabio Capello is ready to quit as boss following the FA’s decision to strip John Terry of the England captaincy.

Meanwhile, The Sun report that Capello’s backing has convinced the Chelsea star not to end his international career.

And the Daily Express say Capello’s public support of Terry has created disharmony within his squad.

The paper quotes an England source as saying: “Who would want to take the captaincy now?

“Capello has made it quite clear who he really sees as his captain. The whole situation is a complete mess.

“It might be easier if both Capello and Terry were stood down by England before the Euros.”

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