Rabu, 11 Januari 2012

Paper Talk - 11 January 2012

Daily Star

  • Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain wants to leave Arsenal in the transfer window and get a loan deal to secure regular first-team football.

  • Wolves are weighing up a £5m swoop for Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones.

  • Mark Hughes has vowed to save QPR from the drop.

  • Wigan Reading and Leeds are eyeing Kris Boyd.

  • Brighton are lining up a loan move for Portsmouth striker Dave Kitson.

  • Paul Ince could make a return to management at Bristol Rovers.

  • Ipswich are planning a bid for free-scoring Crawley striker Matt Tubbs.

  • Newcastle have renewed their interest in PSG striker Mevlut Erdinc.

  • Martin Jol sent Fulham spies to watch Fleetwood sensation Jamie Vardy.

  • Wolves defender Christophe Berra is at the centre of a three-way fight between Newcastle, Bolton and Blackburn. 

  • Newly-installed QPR manager Mark Hughes has made Chelsea striker Didier Drogba his number one transfer target.

    The Sun

    • Liverpool flop Andy Carroll has been given a £10m escape route out of Anfield with Newcastle willing to buy back the striker.

    • Mark Hughes has been told to get QPR challenging for a place in Europe.

    • Robert Pires has ruled out following Thierry Henry by making an Arsenal comeback.

    • Newcastle have slapped a £15m price tag on goalkeeper Tim Krul.

    • Spurs have stepped up their chase for Marseille striker Loic Remy.

    • Manchester United look set to lose teenager Ravel Morrison after contract talks broke down.

    • Jason Euell has joined AFC Wimbledon on loan from Charlton.

    • Swansea are edging closer to signing Chelsea's Josh McEachran on loan.

    • Fleetwood will sell Jamie Vardy for £1m - but want him back on loan.

    • Fulham plan to hijack Billy Sharp's £1.8m move from Doncaster to Leicester.

    • West Ham hope to seal a deal for Japan striker Ryoichi Maeda.

    • Liverpool have taken Ghana U20 midfielder Mumuni Abubakar on a 10-day trial.

    Daily Mirror

    • Paul Ince is set to return to management with League Two Bristol Rovers.

    • Mark Hughes is on Champions League money at QPR and will get a bumper bonus if keeping them in the Premier League.

    • David Wheater has assured Bolton boss Owen Coyle he can fill the boots of Gary Cahill.

    • Didier Drogba can become one of the world's highest-paid players by following Nicolas Anelka to China.

    • Arsenal have had an approach for Lyon fullback Aly Cissoko knocked back.

    • Chris Coleman wants to replace the late Gary Speed as Wales manager.

    • Stoke are weighing up a loan move for Sochaux striker Modibo Maiga.

    • West Ham have failed in a £3m bid for Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes.

    • West Brom want Wolfsburg striker Patrick Helmes on loan.

    Daily Express

    • New QPR boss Mark Hughes immediately set about raiding his old clubs for players.

    • Chris Hughton has been told Birmingham will not be selling their young stars in the January transfer window.

    Daily Mail

    • Mark Hughes has immediately tabled a £7m bid to bring Chris Samba to QPR.

    • Paul Ince is eyeing a return to management with Bristol Rovers.

    • Nick Barmby has been appointed as the Hull manager on a permanent basis.

    • Manchester United have expressed an interest in Newcastle's Demba Ba but have yet to make an offer.

    • Stoke's £1.5m move for VVV Venio striker Michael Uchebo is in danger of colllapse due to work permit issues.

    • Liverpool are understood to be interested in Inter Milan striker Luc Castaignos for a possible loan.

    • Tottenham are set to loan Spanish midfielder Falque Silva out to Southampton.

    • Southampton want £1m for Jason Puncheon and have rejected a £650,000 bid from Blackpool.

    • Wigan and Norwich are the first clubs to express an interest in taking Egypt's Mohammed Nagy until the end of the season.

    • Jose Mourinho wants Real Madrid to block any move from Chelsea for Angel di Maria.

    • Wolves defender Christope Berra is attracting interest from Newcastle, Blackburn and Bolton.

    Daily Record

    • Rangers want Spanish hitman Javi Guerra.

    • Ally McCoist has called on Rangers owner Craig Whyte to sign Sone Aluko to a long-term deal.

    • Celtic are running the rule over Icelandic kid Ingolfur Sigurdsson.

    • Rapid Vienna striker Hamdi Salihi has opened the door for a £500,000 move to Celtic.

    • Rudi Skacel has insisted he wants to stay at Hearts.

    • Dunfermline are poised to sign Preston 'keeper Iain Turner on loan for the rest of the season. 


    • Italian striker Mario Balotelli has insisted he does not want to leave Manchester City.

    Footy Bunker

    • Celtic midfielder Ki Sung-Yeung is being targeted by Manchester United.

    Newcastle Chronicle

    • The Magpies also insist they have yet to receive any offers for striker Demba Ba.

    The Independent

    • Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City are all chasing 16-year-old Southampton left-back Luke Shaw. Saints want at least £4m for the youngster, even though he has never played for the first team.

    London Evening Standard

    • Inter Milan are "serious" about wanting to sign Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez, according to club president Massimo Moratti.

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