Rabu, 08 Februari 2012

The top stories from papers and websites - 8 February 2012

Daily Mirror

  • England manager Fabio Capello is set to tell FA chairman David Bernstein he will not back down over John Terry.

  • Manchester United's Patrice Evra will be told to shake hands with Liverpool's Luis Suarez when they meet on Saturday.

  • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger could become the next France manager after Euro 2012.

  • Tottenham winger Gareth Bale heads a Barcelona summer wishlist that also includes Jordi Alba, Thiago Silva and Neymar.

  • Bayern Munich are eyeing a cut-price summer deal for Blackburn's Junior Hoilett.

  • The two Manchester clubs are battling to sign Benfica winger Nico Gaitan.

The Sun
  • Fabio Capello will be read the riot act on Wednesday over his public stance that John Terry should have remained England captain.

  • Luis Suarez is still refusing to apologise for sparking the Patrice Evra race storm.

  • Steve Kean's hopes of ending the bitter rift with Blackburn skipper Chris Samba have hit another setback.

  • Nicolas Anelka has laid bare the nightmare end to his Chelsea career, and pointed the finger at Andre Villas-Boas.

  • Carlos Vela wants a permanent move away from Arsenal.

  • Andrew Johnson is on collision course with Fulham after the latest twist in his contract saga.

  • Adel Taarabt said a one-to-one with Mark Hughes convinced him his future lies with QPR.

Daily Star
  • Fabio Capello will tell his players to like it or lump it over the John Terry affair.

  • Chelsea could offer £50million flop Fernando Torres as bait in a bid to land Atletico Madrid striker Falcao.

  • Stoke will not stand in Matt Upson's way if he wants a cash-laden move to China.

  • Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain insists he won't let the hype go to his head.

Daily Express
  • Fabio Capello is set for showdown talks with FA chairman David Bernstein that will decide his future.

  • Barcelona are looking at ways to fund a £50million summer bid for Tottenham's Gareth Bale, with the possibility of Spurs being given first option on a number of Barca youngsters.

Daily Mail
  • Andre Villas-Boas has been ordered to improve Chelsea's results after another round of talks with Roman Abramovich.

  • Fabio Capello will meet furious FA officials on Wednesday for showdown talks that will determine if he remains England manager.

  • Arsenal are lining up a shock summer swoop for Chelsea's Daniel Sturridge.

  • Arsene Wenger is lining up a summer move to bring Fiorentina's 18-year-old defender Matija Nastasic to Arsenal.

  • Matthew Upson's proposed move to Shanghai Shenhua may be put on hold after Stoke failed to get Robert Huth's red card - and subsequent three-match ban - overturned.

The Times
  • Fabio Capello is determined to go on the offensive when he meets the Football Association chairman on Wednesday for showdown talks that will determine his future as England manager.

Daily Telegraph
  • Rio Ferdinand is adamant that John Terry's ongoing desire to play for England will not affect his own international ambitions, leaving Fabio Capello with a major selection dilemma for the match against Holland this month.

Daily Record
  • Rangers boss Ally McCoist is considering a shock bid to re-sign Daniel Cousin.

  • Neil Lennon has warned his Celtic players that the SPL title is far from secured.

  • Former Rangers star El-Hadji Diouf has dismissed the SPL as a "Sunday morning league". 

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