Selasa, 31 Januari 2012

The top today stories from papers and websites - 31 January 2012

The Sun

  • Roman Pavlyuchenko's Tottenham career looks over after a training ground bust-up.

  • Arsenal striker Robin van Persie has escaped an FA charge over an alleged elbowing incident with Aston Villa defender Carlos Cuellar.

  • Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea faces Stoke tonight after Anders Lindegaard suffered a training injury.

  • Arsenal have agreed a £600,000 fee for Borussia Dortmund youngster Thomas Eisfeld.

  • Everton boss David Moyes is closing in on a £6million swoop for Rangers striker Nikica Jelavic.

  • Wigan boss Roberto Martinez insists he will not be selling Victor Moses this month - but may cash in on Hugo Rodallega.

  • Fulham hope to tie up the signing of Stuttgart striker Pavel Pogrebnyak today.

  • West Ham were last night trying to broker a shock deal for Manchester United midfielder Ravel Morrison.

  • Tottenham defender Vedran Corluka is closing in on a loan move to Bayer Leverkusen.

  • Blackburn's wantaway skipper Christopher Samba trained on his own again yesterday - as he holds out for a last-minute move from Ewood Park.

  • Wolves boss Mick McCarthy insists Kevin Doyle is going nowhere.

  • Bolton boss Owen Coyle has warned Crystal Palace he will not be held to ransom over Wilfried Zaha.

  • Liverpool could land Swedish goalkeeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt.

  • Barnsley turned down a 'derisory' offer from West Ham for their striker Ricardo Vaz Te.

  • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is ready to make a shock bid for Watford defender Adrian Mariappa, who was a target for Newcastle.

Daily Mirror

  • Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has slammed Manchester City's business methods and insisted Andy Carroll is going nowhere.

  • Wigan forward Hugo Rodallega will face Tottenham tonight - and could end up signing for them after the game at White Hart Lane.

  • Bolton boss Owen Coyle has told Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill to save his phone bill - and stop pestering him for striker Kevin Davies.

  • Bolton hope future profits will convince Crystal Palace to part with Wilfried Zaha.

  • Blackburn are ready to sign Sweden international Marcus Olsson - to team up with his twin Martin.

  • West Brom have made an improved offer for Birmingham defender Liam Ridgewell in a bid to head off Stoke's interest.

  • Fulham boss Martin Jol is closing in on a £7million deal for Borussia Dortmund striker Lucas Barrios.

  • Everton target Nikica Jelavic is pleading with Rangers boss Ally McCoist to let him move on deadline day.

  • QPR boss Mark Hughes is keen to take Carlos Tevez off former club Manchester City - and help them win the title.

  • Tottenham defender Vedran Corluka is a £6million target for Bayer Leverkusen.

  • Leicester boss Nigel Pearson is set to sign Stoke winger Ben Marshall today for £1million.

  • Doncaster are trying to sign Habib Beye on a permanent deal from Aston Villa.

  • Nottingham Forest are facing another blow with the £1million sale of teenage striker Patrick Bamford to Chelsea.

Daily Star

  • Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has hit out at stayaway striker Carlos Tevez and his agent.

  • Wigan striker Hugo Rodallega is set to join Fulham or QPR today.

Daily Mail

  • Tottenham have opened talks with Manchester City over a permanent deal for Emmanuel Adebayor.

  • Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is battling it out with Juventus for the signature of Roma midfielder David Pizarro.

  • Everton have agreed a £500,00 deal for AEK Athens defender Kostas Manolas.

  • Wigan and Swansea maintain an interest in Watford defender Adrian Mariappa.

  • Christopher Samba trained on his own once again at Blackburn yesterday still hopeful that Galatasaray, QPR or Tottenham will make a deadline day move to sign him.

  • Reading are set to offer £3million-plus Simon Church for Brighton striker Craig Mackail-Smith.

  • Fulham are raiding crisis club Portsmouth for talented youngster Ryan Williams in a £500,000 deal.

  • Wayne Bridge will end his Manchester City misery by signing for Sunderland on deadline day.

Daily Express

  • Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has made the claim that Manchester City should be jealous of their achievements this season.

  • Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill must somehow persuade Kevin Davies to ask Bolton for a transfer if they have any hope of landing the striker before the close of the transfer window.

  • Tottenham will make a last-gasp bid for Blackburn duo Christopher Samba and Junior Hoilett.

  • Everton are on the brink of wrapping up a £5million-plus deal for Rangers striker Nikica Jelavic.

  • West Ham are on the verge of signing Genoa striker Ze Eduardo.

The Times

  • Manchester City were facing up last night to the prospect of Carlos Tevez remaining with them until the summer as a number of clubs jostled for position on the final day of the transfer window.

  • Gary Cahill is set to make his Chelsea debut against Swansea this evening after John Terry was ruled out with a knee problem.


  • Kenny Dalglish has demanded that clubs be allowed to conduct their business in confidence, 48 hours after the leaking of details of Liverpool's exploratory telephone call to Manchester City in which the notion of swapping Andy Carroll for Carlos Tevez was broached

Daily Record

  • Craig Whyte sold off four years of fans' money to help fund his Rangers buy-out, it was revealed last night.

  • Nikica Jelavic is set to sign for Everton today after the Merseysiders last night thrashed out a deal to take him from Rangers. 

Daily Telegraph

  • West Ham are expected to finalise a deal to sign Manchester United’s prodigiously gifted midfielder Ravel Morrison today.

  • Tottenham Hotspur are planning a deadline day transfer bid for Marko Marin, Werder Bremen’s German international midfielder.

  • Queens Park Rangers are expecting to complete the £4 million signing of former Liverpool striker Djibril Cisse.

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