Rabu, 25 Januari 2012

Paper Talk - 25 January 2012

Daily Mirror

  • Carlos Tevez has been stung for almost £10million by Manchester City in his bitter dispute with them.

  • Anton Ferdinand will snub John Terry's handshake ahead of QPR's FA Cup tie against Chelsea on Saturday.

  • Steven Gerrard has branded as "ludicrous" the pressure piled on Kenny Dalglish after Liverpool's recent slump in form.

  • Mario Balotelli's agent has called for referee Howard Webb to be banned for life over the decision to charge the Manchester City striker with violent conduct.

  • Pepe Reina has warned the Kop they may have to wait another THREE YEARS for Liverpool to become title contenders.

  • Arsenal winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has put himself in the frame for England's Euro 2012 campaign after impressing Fabio Capello.

  • Aston Villa are ready to let Emile Heskey walk away for nothing this summer.

  • West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has joined the race to sign Liverpool wonderkid Raheem Sterling on loan.

  • Watford boss Sean Dyche has accused Newcastle of insulting him after attempting to land Adrian Mariappa on the cheap.

  • Chelsea are closing in on the £8.5million signing of Genk winger Kevin De Bruyne.

The Sun

  • Mario Balotelli could quit Manchester City after his four-game ban for violent conduct.

  • Manchester City have told Carlos Tevez he can rot.

  • Steven Gerrard has blasted Liverpool fans questioning Kenny Dalglish.

  • Mikel Arteta insists Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger deserves the respect of the club's fans.

  • Gareth Barry has revealed how a cheeky chant from the Kop made him go cold on a move to Liverpool.

  • Jose Mourinho would be Barcelona boss - but for his arrogance, aggression and failure to listen, according to a new book which reveals he was snubbed after an interview in 2008.

  • Paris Saint-Germain boss Carlo Ancelotti will wait until the summer before making a second raid on former club Chelsea for Frank Lampard.

  • Blackburn boss Steve Kean wants to offload midfielder Mauro Formica so he can add to his squad.

  • Newcastle are hoping to seal a £2million deal for Watford defender Adrian Mariappa.

  • Bolton, Swansea, Barnsley, West Ham and Sheffield United have hit brick walls trying to nab Liverpool kid Raheem Sterling on loan.

Daily Star

  • Manchester United are hopeful Phil Jones will shrug off an ankle injury and declare himself fit for Saturday's FA Cup trip to Liverpool.

  • Manchester City have hit rebel Carlos Tevez for a whopping £9million for turning his back on the club.

  • Mario Balotelli's fuming agent has launched a fierce attack on referee Howard Webb and threatened to take the striker away from English football.

  • QPR's Anton Ferdinand is agonising over whether to shake hands with John Terry before their FA Cup showdown on Saturday.

  • Jonny Howson completed his £2million move to Norwich on Tuesday and admitted he had to leave Leeds United to play Premier League football.

  • Alan Pardew has told worried Newcastle fans to keep on smiling despite Saturday's 5-2 shocker at Fulham.

  • Pardew was blasted by Watford on Tuesday night for offering 'pocket money' to sign defender Adrian Mariappa.

  • Gareth Bale insists Tottenham will bounce back from their "sick" defeat by Manchester City.

  • Liverpool have made an offer for £15m rated Udinese midfielder Mauricio Isla. The 23-year-old has caught the eye of Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish after impressing in Serie A this season.

Daily Express

  • Carlos Tevez is nearly £10million out of pocket - and counting - for his behaviour at Manchester City.

  • City's Mario Balotelli could quit English football because he feels he is being victimised.

  • England boss Fabio Capello has joined the clamour for wing wonderkid Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to keep his Arsenal place for the remainder of the season.

  • Chelsea are set to sign Racing Genk winger Kevin De Bruyne for £8.5million after talks in London between the two clubs.

  • Watford have told Newcastle to come up with far more than "piggy bank money" if they want to land highly-rated centre-back Adrian Mariappa.

  • AC Milan left-back Taye Taiwo has revealed he cannot wait to play for Mark Hughes after completing his loan move to QPR.

Daily Mail

  • Carlos Tevez's bitter fall-out with Manchester City has cost the rebel striker a staggering £9.3million in fines, wages and lost bonuses.

  • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is on a two-man shortlist to replace Jose Mourinho as Real Madrid manager.

  • Chelsea and QPR have issued a joint statement urging supporters not to tarnish Saturday's potentially explosive FA Cup fourth-round tie.

  • Sunderland are being linked with a move for Bolton's Kevin Davies.

  • Lokomotiv Moscow have joined the race to sign Tottenham striker Roman Pavlyuchenko.

  • Bristol City striker Nicky Maynard may disappoint Roberto Martinez by turning down a move to Wigan.

  • West Ham have launched an ambitious bid to sign Chelsea striker Salomon Kalou.

  • LA Galaxy are in talks with Leeds United over a move for defender Alex Bruce.

  • QPR are weighing up a move for South Africa striker Katiego Mphela.

  • City boss Roberto Mancini is on the verge of signing Israeli midfielder Nir Biton after talks with his agent in Manchester on Tuesday night.

  • Southampton and Everton have both registered an interest in Birmingham City's highly-rated goalkeeper Jack Butland.

  • Tomas Rosicky's future with Arsenal will be determined over the next few days after his agent Pavel Paska arrived in London for talks with manager Arsene Wenger.

Daily Record

  • Sir David Murray made a surprise return to his old club Rangers on Tuesday.

  • Dundee United are weighing up a move for out-of-favour Hearts hitman Ryan Stevenson.

  • Johan Mjallby insists the Celtic board are playing a key role in the club's charge for glory by keeping the January exit door bolted shut.

  • SFA Performance Director Mark Wotte has told Celtic's James Forrest the worst thing he could do for his career would be making a move to England. 

Sky Sports

  • Hugo Rodallega has confirmed he will leave Wigan at the end of the season. The striker says he is in talks with a number of sides but has refused to name them "out of respect for Wigan".


  • Theo Walcott's cousin Jacob - currently on the books at Reading - could be set for a move to Holland if he impresses in a trial game for Utrecht tonight.

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