Minggu, 05 Februari 2012

The top stories from papers and websites - 5 February 2012

Sunday Mirror

  • Andre Villas-Boas is fighting to save his Chelsea career as there are worrying splits in the Stamford Bridge camp.

  • John Terry planned to announce his retirement from international football after Euro 2012.

  • Steve Bould is hot favourite to take over as Arsene Wenger's new right-hand man next season.

  • Theo Walcott is set to give Arsenal a boost by signing a new contract.

  • Steven Pienaar has warned Tottenham that Luka Modric will be targeted by the top clubs again this summer.

Sunday Express
  • Cristiano Ronaldo could make a spectacular return to English football in the summer.

Daily Star
  • Roy Keane is ready to return to football with struggling Millwall.

  • Fernando Torres insists he is happy at Chelsea at has no plans to quit in the summer.

  • Steven Gerrard reckons complacency is behind Liverpool's latest botched title attempt.

  • Joe Jordan is convinced Andy Carroll will become a legend at Liverpool.

  • FA Chiefs are drawing up a code of conduct to crack down on England's misbehaving stars.

  • Paul Scholes is set to stay on at Manchester United for another season.

  • Carlo Ancelotti has called on the decision to strip John Terry of the England captaincy as "nonsense".

  • Chelsea's Gary Cahill has vowed to become a regular fixture for club and country.

  • Steven Pienaar reckons Tottenham's success could collapse around them if they lose Harry Redknapp and Luka Modric in the summer.

  • Blackburn's Junior Hoilett is bound for Germany with Bayern Munich leading the race for his signature.

  • Hugo Rodallega has told Wigan he will quit the club in the summer.

  • West Ham's Frederic Piquionne is a loan target for Birmingham.

  • Arsenal head the queue to sign Crewe wonderkid Nick Powell in a £1.25m deal for next season.

  • Aston Villa's Stephen Ireland is a target for LA Galaxy.

  • Southampton are ready to agree terms with Stoke over a loan swoop for Danny Collins.

  • Huddersfield are ready to pay £1m for Crystal Palace's Sean Scannell.

Sunday Mail
  • Rangers were ready to sell Kyle Lafferty last week before the transfer window closed.

  • Lee Wallace has hit back at the cynics who think Rangers' season is as good as over following the sale of Nikica Jelavic.

  • Sir Alex Ferguson says 'keeper David ge Gea would be getting an easier ride if he was not at Manchester United.

  • Kenny Dalglish says that Spurs have to be considered as genuine Premier League title contenders.

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