Rabu, 04 Januari 2012

Paper Talk - 04 January 2012

The Sun

  • Liverpool will not appeal against Luis Suarez's eight-game ban - but still refuse to accept he is guilty of racially abusing Manchester United's Patrice Evra.

  • QPR midfielder Joey Barton has threatened to become the first Premier League star to sue a referee after his red card against Norwich on Monday.

  • Aston Villa will have to sort out insurance and personal terms to sign striker Robbie Keane on loan from LA Galaxy.

  • Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea says he has no intention of leaving Old Trafford.

  • Bolton midfielder Mark Davies is a £4m target for Premier League rivals West Brom.

  • Fulham have joined Newcastle in the race to sign 18-year-old Sheffield United defender Harry Maguire who is rated by the Blades at £3m.

  • West Ham will turn to Doncaster striker Billy Sharp after Conference side Fleetwood rejected a bid for Jamie Vardy.

  • Barnsley defender Jacob Butterfield's £1.5million Everton move is off after he snapped a knee ligament in Saturday's Leeds game.

Daily Mirror

  • Liverpool have accepted Luis Suarez's eight-match ban but have again questioned the credibility of the FA.

  • Fulham have tabled a £10m bid for Catania's Argentine striker Maxi Lopez, 27, which could mean a Craven Cottage exit for Bobby Zamora.

  • Newcastle are tracking Swansea central defender Ashley Williams - with the Welsh club slapping an £8m asking price on the 27-year-old.

  • West Brom hope to sign Birmingham defender Liam Ridgewell.

  • Olympiakos and Marseille have joined French club Dijon in the bid to sign Chelsea midfielder Gael Kakuta.

Daily Star

  • Liverpool have accepted Luiz Suarez's eight-match ban - but the striker still insists he has done nothing wrong after being found guilty of racially abusing Manchester United's Patrice Evra.

  • Manchester United star Nani says they cannot afford any more slip ups like the 3-2 home defeat by Blackburn if they are to win the title.

Daily Mail

  • Spurs are considering a move for West Ham central defender James Tomkins, 22.

  • QPR have made an initial enquiry for Blackburn defender Chris Samba.

  • Stoke are the latest club to show an interest in Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha, 24, who is also wanted by Bolton, Blackburn and Sunderland.

  • Newcastle are believed to have been offered Juventus striker Vincenzo Iaquinta on loan.

  • QPR have added Scotland and Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor to their list of transfer targets.

  • Computer giants Apple are showing an interest in joining the battle for the next set of live Premier League TV rights when the tender goes out before the end of the season.

  • Dulwich Hamlet’s 17-year-old centre back Michael Chambers , watched by all the major Premier League clubs in the Ryman League, has local side Crystal Palace in unlikely competition with Liverpool and Manchester United for his signature.

Daily Express

  • Bolton defender Gary Cahill will have to drop his wage demands by £50,000 a week if he is to seal a January move to Chelsea.

Daily Record

  • Aston Villa are considering a £6m bid for Celtic playmaker Ki Sung-Yueng.

  • Hibs are set to beat SPL rivals Dunfermline, Dundee United and Hearts to the loan signing of Coventry defender James McPake.

  • Dundee United striker Jon Daly has laughed off rumours of a potential move to West Brom or Wigan.


  • Turkish side Galatasaray are plotting a move for Liverpool forward Dirk Kuyt.

  • Manchester United are set for a battle with Hamburg for FC Basel's teenage midfielder Granit Xhaka.

Newcastle Chronicle

  • Newcastle have ruled out a loan move for their former striker Andy Carroll.


  • United boss Alex Ferguson is also thought to be keen on CSKA Moscow and Russia international midfielder Alan Dzagoev.

  • Juventus are also interested in the Stamford Bridge outcast, who fancies a move back to Santos.

The Times

  • Out of favour Spurs midfielder Steven Pienaar could be on his way back to former club Everton on loan.

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