Senin, 09 Januari 2012

Paper Talk - 09 January 2012

Daily Mirror

  • Neil Warnock left QPR last night after a bust-up with owner Tony Fernandes over signing Blackburn striker Yakubu.

  • QPR are confident of installing Mark Hughes as manager in the next 48 hours.

  • Harry Redknapp has sparked a massive transfer scramble for Newcastle's Demba Ba by revealing his release clause is around half the £10million mooted over the weekend.

  • Blackburn boss Steve Kean is chasing French winger Wahbi Khazri as he waits to sell contract rebel Junior Hoilett.

  • Stoke boss Tony Pulis has joined West Ham in the battle to sign Reading winger Jimmy Kebe.

  • Ipswich are planning a £75,000 raid on neighbours Norwich for striker Aaron Wilbraham.

The Sun

  • Mark Hughes is being lined up as the new boss of QPR.

  • Niko Kranjcar has done a U-turn and insists he is ready to fight for his Tottenham future to resurrect his international career.

  • Arsene Wenger is refusing to rule out a bid to keep Thierry Henry until the end of the season.

  • Swansea have joined West Brom and Wolves in the fight to buy Bristol City's Nicky Maynard.

  • Hamburg want to extend defender Jeffrey Bruma's loan from Chelsea for another season.

  • Brighton boss Gus Poyet wants to take Wolves striker Sam Vokes on loan.

Daily Mail

  • Mark Hughes will make a return to management after QPR sacked Neil Warnock last night.

  • Manchester United outcast Darron Gibson is considering rejecting Everton's overtures and leaving on a free transfer this summer.

  • Chelsea are looking to finalise a deal for Standard Liege defender Kenneth Omeruo and loan him out to ADO Den Haag.

  • Swansea hope to complete the loan signing of Chelsea's Josh McEachran.

  • Blackpool have made an enquiry for Fleetwood striker Jamie Vardy.

  • West Ham are revising their bid for Huddersfield's in-demand striker Jordan Rhodes.

  • Leicester have made an improved bid of £1.5million for Hull winger Cameron Stewart.

  • Fulham have failed to sign Ghana midfielder Derek Boateng.

  • Arsenal chasing Chelsea striker Salomon Kalou after talks broke down at Stamford Bridge over his £90k a week wage demands.

  • Manchester United ready to make a late bid for Gary Cahill, even though Bolton have agreed a fee with Chelsea for the defender.

Daily Star

  • Mark Hughes last night emerged as the hot favourite to take over at QPR boss after Neil Warnock was given the boot.

  • Furious Roberto Mancini last night accused Wayne Rooney of getting his Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany sent off.

Daily Express

  • Mark Hughes is being lined up as the new boss of QPR after Neil Warnock was sacked last night.

  • Tottenham are likely to step up their interest in Blackburn defender Chris Samba and Bolton's Gary Cahill.

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Daily Telegraph

  • Roberto Mancini claimed Wayne Rooney told referee Chris Foy to dismiss Vincent Kompany for a two-footed challenge on Nani which left Manchester City with 10 men for 79 minutes of a remarkable match.

  • Mark Hughes is expected to be installed as manager of Queens Park Rangers following the sacking last night of Neil Warnock.

The Times

  • Roberto Mancini accused Wayne Rooney of helping to convince Chris Foy to send off Vincent Kompany as Manchester United survived a dramatic fightback to reach the FA Cup fourth round on a day of high drama at the Etihad Stadium.

The Guardian

  • Manchester United and Liverpool will hold peace talks over the next few weeks after being paired together in an FA Cup fourth-round draw that also throws up the possibility of John Terry's Chelsea playing at Queens Park Rangers only a few days before his court appearance for allegedly racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.

  • The decision to call Paul Scholes out of retirement, 225 days after his last appearance in Manchester United's colours, was just the start of an afternoon that veered from the surreal to the fantastical.


  • The Manchester City manager, Roberto Mancini, last night accused Wayne Rooney of attempting to influence referee Chris Foy's decision to dismiss City's captain, Vincent Kompany - the pivotal moment as Manchester United knocked out the FA Cup holders and progressed to a potentially inflammatory fourth-round encounter at Liverpool.

  • The QPR chairman, Tony Fernandes, a keen user of new media, pleaded on Twitter last night for fans critical of his decision to fire Neil Warnock to "be patient" and to "give us time".

Daily Record

  • Ally McCoist insists Kyle Bartley will not be heading back to Arsenal this month.

  • Neil Lennon will not destroy Celtic's treble tilt by selling Gary Hooper, Kris Commons or Adam Matthews in the transfer window.

  • Nikica Jelavic has given his strongest hint yet he will leave Rangers this month.

  • Sporting Gijon last night killed off Nacho Novo's dream return to Rangers. 


  • Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is chasing deals for Borussia Dortmund duo Mario Gotze and Neven Subotic.


  • Tottenham Hotspur are planning a £3m swoop for Aston Villa defender James Collins.

Inside Futbol

  • Chelsea youngster Gael Kakuta is set to head out on loan for the rest of the season to Dijon.

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