Paper Talk: Gunners go for Vrsaljko

Arsenal are keen on Sime Vrsaljko, Stoke and Everton want Marseille forward Jordan Ayew on loan, while Brad Guzan will snub a move to Arsenal.

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Sime Vrsaljko: Linked with Arsenal and Inter Milan

Sime Vrsaljko: Linked with Arsenal and Inter Milan

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DAILY MIRROR

Andros Townsend scored a wonder goal as England clinched a precious victory in the race to Brazil.

Ian Holloway is under huge pressure to improve the results at Crystal Palace - or risk being axed.

Napoli boss Rafael Benitez wants to sign his former Liverpool midfielder Javier Mascherano in January.

Stoke and Everton are interested in taking Marseille forward Jordan Ayew on loan in the January transfer window.

David Silva is not interested in joining Real Madrid because he is happy at Manchester City.

Arsene Wenger is keeping tabs on Genoa right-back Sime Vrsaljko.

Huddersfield boss Mark Robins is ready to swoop for Cork's highly-rated striker Danny Morrissey.

THE SUN

Andros Townsend was the toast of England after his dream debut fired the Three Lions towards the World Cup finals - but Roy Hodgson admitted he nearly did not pick him for the vital win.

Gary Lineker has ridiculed the majority of the FA's new commission as "utterly pointless".

Carlton Cole has agreed a short-term deal to help solve West Ham's striker crisis.

Arsenal are in a £7.5million tug-of-war with Inter Milan over Genoa full-back Sime Vrsaljko.

Brad Guzan insists he will stay at Aston Villa to repay manager Paul Lambert's faith.

Arsenal have won the race to sign highly-rated Bristol Rovers keeper Matt Macey.

Malky Mackay has been given the dreaded vote of confidence by Cardiff owner Vincent Tan.

Everton are in the hunt for Marseille star Jordan Ayew.

DAILY STAR

Manchester United have been warned to hand Adnan Januzaj a new deal immediately - or face losing him.

Cardiff will hold an emergency board meeting on Monday to discuss the crisis at the club.

Manchester City midfielder Abdisalam Ibrahim wants a move to another Premier League club after helping Stromsgodset land the title in Norway.

David Weir was axed as Sheffield United boss last night - just 123 days in his first managerial role.

DAILY EXPRESS

Stoke have fought off interest from Real Madrid, Arsenal and Manchester United to land Belgium's next big thing, Julien Ngoy.

Juventus and Roma have been warned to forget about prising Morgan Amalfitano away from West Brom.

Goalkeeper Brad Guzan insists he is content at Aston Villa despite interest from Arsenal.

DAILY MAIL

Andros Townsend inspired England to victory over Montenegro last night and kept alive Roy Hodgson's hopes of automatic qualification for the World Cup finals.

Nigel Clough is favourite to take over at Sheffield United as David Weir was sacked last night after just 13 games in charge.

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