Jumat, 27 Januari 2012

Top today stories from papers and websites

Top today stories from papers and websites . .  

Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho has been told he must win the Champions League and La Liga if he wants to keep his job next season, according to 'insiders'. THE SUN

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill, worried over the future of Nicklas Bendtner, wants to loan Bolton hulk Kevin Davies for the rest of the season. INDEPENDENT

Confusion reigns over the future of Rangers trialist Michael Uchebo, who was apparently told he wasn't wanted after one day of work at Ibrox. His club VVV Venlo claim a permanent deal will be finalised today...Hmm! DAILY RECORD.
Tomas Rosicky could be on the verge of a new deal with Arsenal according to agent Pavel Paska. TIMES

Defender Adrian Mariappa might be about to force Watford's hands by handing in a transfer request - he is a Newcastle target. THE SUN
Russian side Rubin Kazan are among the suitors for Fulham's Andy Johnson, although the Cottagers are insistent he will not be leaving. DAILY MAIL
West Ham have put off contract talks with keeper Robert Green until the end of the season. TIMES
Wolves boss Mick McCarthy would like to take Manchester United striker Mame Biram Diouf on loan for the rest of the season. THE SUN
Sevilla have left the race to sign Spurs striker Giovani dos Santos, so he looks like having to choose between Villarreal and Granada. TELEGRAPH
Everton are looking to add Paris Saint-Germain striker Guillaume Hoarau to their attacking options on loan. THE SUN
West Ham are looking at Torres to bolster their defensive ranks - no, not Fernando, but Roman who is on trial - he's a Panama international. DAILY MAIL
Russia strike Pavel Pogrebnyak is a target for West Brom manager Roy Hodgson - he might be available on loan from Bundesliga side Stuttgart. THE SUN
Swindon Town could be the next destination for Inverness Caley midfielder Lee Cox with a fee of £250,000 set to see him land in England's League Two. DAILY RECORD
Tottenham are keeping an eye on Ajax defender Jan Vertonghen after the Dutch club admitted worries over signing him to a new deal before his expires in 18 months. TIMES
Wigan are interested in Mallorca defender Marti Crespi who is available on a six-month loan with a view to making any move permanent in the summer. DAILY MAIL
Reading might look to Newcastle left-back Tomas Kadar to make use of their new-found financial boost - they face competition from Cologne though. TIMES

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