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Liverpool are trailing Sporting Lisbon's Diego Capel and Arsene Wenger will offload several senior Arsenal players at the end of the season.

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Diego Capel: Wanted at Anfield

Diego Capel: Wanted at Anfield

DAILY MIRROR

Roy Hodgson last night told Rio Ferdinand he could go to the World Cup with England - if he makes peace with Ashley Cole.

Thomas Vermaelen and Wojciech Szczesny could be heading for summer Arsenal exits after being ruthlessly axed.

Chelsea look set to give Romelu Lukaku the chance to claim a first-team spot next season.

West Ham are closing in on Vitoria defender Mahamadou N'Diaye.

Millwall are signing Southampton midfielder Richard Chaplow.

THE SUN

Roy Hodgson has recalled Rio Ferdinand and warned: "I don't want any tensions in my camp".

Chelsea have rocked their tired stars by arranging a trip to America days after the end of the season.

Phil Parkinson has emerged as the favourite to land the Reading job.

West Brom boss Steve Clarke has revealed Romelu Lukaku will be back at Chelsea next season.

Liverpool are trailing Sporting Lisbon's Diego Capel.

DAILY MAIL

Roy Hodgson admitted Rio Ferdinand has every right to feel a 'grievance' towards him as he ended the Manchester United defender's international exile.

Wojciech Szczesny is set to clash with Arsene Wenger over the Arsenal manager's plans to sign a new goalkeeper.

DAILY EXPRESS

Rio Ferdinand was recalled from the international wilderness yesterday and warned not to allow any pent-up tensions to fracture England's team spirit.

DAILY STAR

Roy Hodgson yesterday recalled Rio Ferdinand - then admitted that the Manchester United centre-back might hold a grudge against him.

THE TIMES

Andre Villas-Boas called on UEFA to act tough after Emmanuel Adebayor was subjected to racist abuse as the forward scored a priceless goal to help Tottenham avert disaster and progress on away goals to the Europa League quarter-finals last night.

Arsene Wenger will signal his intention to build a new team at Arsenal by attempting to offload several senior players he believes are underperforming at the end of the season.

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