Minggu, 01 Januari 2012

Paper Talk - 01 January 2012

Mail On Sunday

  • Wayne Rooney was sensationally axed from Manchester United's squad for yesterday's Premier League clash with Blackburn after a bust-up with manager Sir Alex Ferguson that throws the controversial Old Trafford striker's future into doubt.

  • Robin van Persie has given the biggest hint yet that he wants to stay at Arsenal when his contract ends in 2013.

  • Arsenal are ready to bid £10million for Germany star Lukas Podolski.

  • Premier League stars and their clubs are being investigated by the taxman over the secret perks enjoyed by players and their families.

  • Steve Kean last night called for a truce with the fans who have been calling for his head all season.

  • The Gunners are pondering a loan move for Manchester City's Wayne Bridge as their defensive crisis mounts.

  • Rangers want West Brom's Graham Dorrans but could lose Nikica Jelavic to Atletico Madrid.

Daily Star

  • Theo Walcott and Arsenal are at WAR over his demand for a new £85,000-a-week four-year deal.

  • Arsene Wenger will offer Arsenal legend Thierry Henry the job as his new assistant at The Emirates.

  • Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini will snap up Daniele De Rossi if Roma put him up for sale.

  • Doncaster have turned down a bid from Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson for striker Billy Sharp.

  • Newcastle are monitoring Montpellier's France Under-21 international defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, but are no longer interested in his team-mate Olivier Giroud.

  • Everton boss David Moyes is keen on a move for Catania striker Maxi Lopez.

  • Chelsea were foolish to force Jose Mourinho out of the door, says former Stamford Bridge ace Joe Cole.

  • Petr Cech says Andre Villas-Boas must be given an entire season to prove himself at Chelsea.

Sunday Mirror

  • Harry Redknapp and Fabio Capello are being linked in an incredible job swap.

  • Chelsea can terminate John Terry's contract without paying a penny in compensation - if he is found guilty of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.

  • Luis Suarez has been branded as an "unreliable" and "inconsistent" witness by an FA tribunal.

  • If Harry Redknapp had his way the January transfer window would be abolished.

  • Andre Villas-Boas apologised to irate Chelsea fans after their team's shock 3-1 home defeat against Aston Villa.

  • Robin van Persie set an Arsenal goalscoring record - then took a volley of abuse from QPR boss Neil Warnock.

  • Manchester City have asked police to keep Manchester United's travelling fans locked in the Etihad Stadium when the two teams face each other in the FA Cup next week.

  • David Moyes admits he had sympathy for Roy Hodgson when he was sacked by Liverpool.

  • Roberto Mancini has warned Sir Alex Ferguson that the Premier League title will not be won by mind games.

  • Martin O'Neill has revealed his desire to mastermind a Manchester City-style revolution at Sunderland - but admits it will have to be done without the riches at Roberto Mancini's disposal.

  • Unsettled Sunderland midfielder Stephane Sessegnon is a target for French side Marseille.

  • Jordan Rhodes has been rocked by an injury that dents Huddersfield's promotion charge and shatters West Ham's hopes of signing him for £3million this month.

  • Bolton will use the £8million they receive from Chelsea for defender Gary Cahill to make a bid for Fulham striker Bobby Zamora.

  • Everton are set to take up an option to keep Sylvain Distin at Goodison until the summer of 2013.

  • Manchester City's £17.5million misfit Roque Santa Cruz is wanted by Brazilian club Cruzeiro.

  • Manchester United are in danger of losing teenage attacking sensation Ravel Morrison to Europe's biggest clubs for just £300,000 in compensation.

  • Qatar-based Al-Sadd are ready to match QPR's £15million valuation of unhappy midfielder Adel Taarabt.

  • Sir Alex Ferguson has predicted another January transfer window spending bonanza as the recession shows no signs of hitting football hard.

  • Inter Milan boss Claudio Ranieri is involved in a battle to keep Wesley Sneijder at the San Siro.

  • Sevilla are hoping to finalise a move for Tottenham midfielder Giovani dos Santos in the next few days.

  • Clubs hoping to take Manchester United's fringe players on loan must wait until the end of the transfer window for a decision from Sir Alex Ferguson.

  • Alan Curbishley has named Scott Parker as the bargain of the season - and is backing his former charge to fire Tottenham into the Champions League for the second time in three seasons.



  • Liverpool are ready to test Aston Villa's resolve to hang onto their England striker Darren Bent.

  • Luka Modric will seek a clause in his next Tottenham contract insisting he has pay parity with any future big-money signings at White Hart Lane.

  • Andy Johnson is on a collision course with Fulham after neighbours QPR lodged a £1.3million bid for the striker.

  • Mario Balotelli was the worst room-mate in the world - according to the poor bloke he used to bunk down with.

  • Juan Sebastian Veron has given a fascinating insight into the mind of Roberto Mancini - and revealed how the Manchester City boss once tried to knock him out after a game.

  • Carlo Ancelotti will step up PSG's interest in AC Milan striker Alexandre Pato after being installed as the club's new manager.

  • Andre Villas-Boas is keeping tabs on Valencia star Roberto Soldado as he prepares to revamp his Stamford Bridge strikeforce.

  • Blackburn boss Steve Kean is making an ambitious bid to sign Real Madrid's unwanted star Esteban Granero on loan for the relegation battle.

  • Billy Sharp is available in a cut-price January deal, as a £1.85million release clause kicks in today.

  • Nedum Onuoha is facing decision time as he looks for first-team Premier League football. Blackburn and Bolton are interested with QPR and West Brom also waiting in the wings.

  • Manchester United superkid Will Keane is wanted on loan by Carling Cup conquerors Crystal Palace - with Dougie Freedman desperate on a deal.

  • Stoke are plotting a move for Birmingham defender Liam Ridgewell. He's rated at £3million.

  • Bolton boss Owen Coyle will be given his pick of a Chelsea youngster to take on loan next season - as Gary Cahill heads the other way.

  • Newcastle will only be making one signing this transfer window - at best. United plan to bring in a replacement for injured centre-back Steven Taylor.

  • Danny Rose is in line for January loan move from Tottenham - to keep alive his Olympic dream.

  • Swindon boss Paolo Di Canio has played in Rome and Milan - and now he pretends he is in charge of Barcelona.

  • QPR face a crunch decision over Adel Taarabt - with Al-Sadd ready to meet his £15million valuation.

  • Jason Roberts admits he is frustrated by a lack of football at crisis-hit Blackburn - and insists he is not ready to swap football for a career in broadcasting.

  • Premier League stars John Obi Mikel and Peter Odemwingie have been threatened with international exile - for wearing the wrong earrings.

  • Sunderland are being linked with a move for Tottenham midfielder Stephen Pienaar.

  • Blackburn's unwanted man Keith Andrews could price himself out of a move with his wage demands.

  • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is ready to send midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong to Wolves - to the fury of Bolton.

  • Sir Alex Ferguson was choking on his birthday cake last night as Manchester United did their best to hand the title to great rivals City.

Sunday Express

  • John Terry is a target for China's top two clubs, who will offer him an escape route from the unsavoury row overshadowing his season.

  • Roberto Mancini has vowed not to become a victim of Sir Alex Ferguson's mind games in the title race.

  • Andre Villas-Boas last night appealed to Chelsea fans to save him from the sack.

Sunday Mail

  • Ally McCoist last night admitted Scotland star Graham Dorrans could figure highly on Rangers' winter window wishlist.

  • Atletico Madrid are considering making a move for Nikica Jelavic.

  • Hearts are set to end their media ban at tomorrow's Edinburgh derby with Hibernian.

  • Swedish club Hacken last night beat the Old Firm in the race to sign Emilio Izaguirre's Honduran superkid team-mate - 20-year-old Eddie Hernandez. 


  • Arsene Wenger is mulling a £15m bid for Schalke forward Klaas-Jan Huntelaar.

  • Carlo Ancclotti is poised with a £25m bid for Manchester United's Nani.

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