Paper Talk: Szczesny commits to Arsenal

Wojciech Szczesny has signed a new four-year contract at Arsenal worth over £20million, while Arsene Wenger remains keen on Luis Suarez.

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Wojciech Szczesny: Has reportedly signed a new deal

Wojciech Szczesny: Has reportedly signed a new deal

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THE SUN

Joe Hart was yesterday told: "You're axed."

Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal cocked up their bid for Luis Suarez, but won't rule out another move for the Liverpool striker.

Wojciech Szczesny has signed a new four-year contract at Arsenal worth an astonishing £20.8million.

Jack Colback is keen to sign a new contract at Sunderland.

Chris Sutton, once the most expensive player in English football, has joined Cromer Town in the Anglian Combination.

Millwall boss Steve Lomas will make a move for Portsmouth defender Bondz N'Gala in January.

Mike Ashley has banned Newcastle's only elected fans' group from meetings with the club.

Russell Martin says Norwich must start winning games to stop manager Chris Hughton losing his job.

DAILY MIRROR

Roy Keane is poised for a sensational return to football as Martin O'Neill's Republic of Ireland number two.

Manuel Pellegrini finally lost patience with Joe Hart last night and axed him from Manchester City's game against Norwich.

Arsene Wenger had admitted Arsenal's £40million + £1 bid for Luis Suarez was provocative.

Gus Poyet has ordered Sunderland to create chances for Jozy Altidore.

David Moyes has hailed Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie as the best strike partnership in the world.

Roberto Martinez is confident Everton will not be forced to cash in on Leighton Baines in January.

Jake Livermore is ready to turn his loan move to Hull into a £3million permanent switch.

Fulham boss Martin Jol has dumped Mahamadou Diarra for a second time.

Brighton boss Oscar Garcia is considering a January swoop for Dundee United forward Nadir Ciftci.

DAILY MAIL

Joe Hart has been axed by Manchester City after a series of high-profile blunders.

Arsene Wenger claims diplomatic relations with Liverpool are restored after Arsenal's clumsy attempt to sign Luis Suarez this summer.

Andre Villas-Boas believes not enough is being made of Manchester United's poor start to the season and that there was far more drama surrounding his time at Chelsea.

DAILY EXPRESS

Joe Hart's axing by Manchester City has given Roy Hodgson a huge World Cup headache.

Jose Mourinho has been warned by Alan Pardew he will get a slap if he repeats his crowd surfing at Newcastle.

Arsene Wenger has admitted that Arsenal's pursuit of Luis Suarez could have been seen as provocative.

Simon Mignolet believes Liverpool will underline their title credentials by halting Arsenal's flying start today.

West Brom boss Steve Clarke is sticking by Nicolas Anelka.

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