Paper Talk: Big guns tracking Llorente

Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea are monitoring Juventus striker Fernando Llorente and Arsenal will make a January move for Wayne Rooney.

Last Updated: 16/09/13 at 15:37 Post Comment

Fernando Llorente: Wanted in the Premier League

Fernando Llorente: Wanted in the Premier League

THE PEOPLE

Tottenham are planning a January swoop for 20-year-old AC Milan striker Stephan El Shaarawy.

Chelsea keeper Petr Cech is a target for Barcelona next summer as they look to replace the out-going Victor Valdes.

Newcastle are keeping tabs on Norwich City's Republic of Ireland winger Anthony Pilkington.

Wigan boss Own Coyle is ready to step in for striker Shane Long if he turns down a new deal at West Brom.

Striker Carlton Cole could still be offered a deal by West Ham despite a lack of fitness.

New signing Iago Aspas insists it is not madness to consider Liverpool as title contenders this season.

Manchester United striker Robin van Persie, 30, has revealed he was tormented all summer by "a little voice in the back of my head" telling him he should have achieved more.

Nottingham Forest are ready to offer Wolves £3m for winger Bakary Sako after missing out on him in the last transfer window.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea are among a host of clubs monitoring 28-year-old Juventus striker Fernando Llorente.

Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio revealed that he told referee Martin Atkinson to send him off.

Brendan Rodgers has warned Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge that there is no room for egos at Liverpool.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

David Moyes rapped his England winger Ashley Young for diving in Manchester United's 2-0 win against 10-man Crystal Palace.

Meanwhile, United have made Southampton teenager Luke Shaw, 18, their new left-back target after having three bids rejected by Everton for Leighton Baines.

THE SUN

John Obi Mikel yelled "I'm going to break your legs" at referee Mark Clattenburg.

Arsenal are facing a fresh injury crisis ahead of Wednesday's Champions League opener with Marseille.

James Collins could have played his last game for Wales after a bust-up with boss Chris Coleman.

Steve Bruce at hit back at claims Hull could not afford to do a deal for WBA's Shane Long.

Mark Hughes says Manuel Pellegrini underestimated his Stoke side.

Darren Fletcher has taken a step on the road to recovery by returning to training.

Paul Ince has blasted Stephen Hunt for pricing himself out of a move to Blackpool.

Chelsea are looking at PSV star Zakaria Bakkali.

Emmanuel Adebayor will return to training with Spurs on Monday after refusing to be forced out.

David Beckham's dream of owning an MLS side has taken a giant step forward.

Southampton striker Billy Sharp is on Sheffield Wednesday's radar.

Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea are eyeing a January move for Juventus' Fernando LLorente.

David Moyes has given Ashley Young a dressing down for diving.

Brendan Rodgers has warned Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge there is no room for big egos in his Liverpool squad.

Jose Mourinho has revealed how getting youngsters to play almost 50 competitive games a season could improve youth football.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Arsenal will test Manchester United's resolve to keep Wayne Rooney in this January's transfer window, with their spending ready to continue following their record £42million deal for Mesut Ozil.

Real Madrid will attempt to keep Cristiano Ronaldo out of his former club Manchester United's clutches by offering the 28-year-old forward a five-year deal worth £75m.

Qatar's right to stage the 2022 World Cup is under threat on four fronts, leaving the tiny Middle East nation in danger of having the tournament taken from them.

Liverpool are reviewing security at their Melwood training ground after a member of the public scaled a fence and screamed abuse at captain Steven Gerrard, 33, including threats against the midfielder's family.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Manchester United and Chelsea are ready to fight it out in an attempt to land Everton's £20 million-rated teenager Ross Barkley.

Championship side Wigan may make a loan move for Blackburn striker Jordan Rhodes, 23, before signing him permanently in a deal worth £9m in the January transfer window.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Manchester United manager David Moyes has defended his decision to start Wayne Rooney yesterday, less than four days after he was deemed unfit for international duty with a head injury.

Tottenham supporters are on a collision course with the Football Association after defying a warning not to chant 'Yid' during yesterday's 2-0 victory over Norwich at White Hart Lane.

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