Paper Talk: Capel courted by Liverpool

Liverpool are tracking Sporting Lisbon winger Diego Capel, while wantaway keeper Pepe Reina has confirmed he is to leave the Reds next summer.

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Diego Capel: Could be headed to Anfield

Diego Capel: Could be headed to Anfield

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THE SUN

Wayne Rooney has taunted Arsenal and their Premier League prospects saying: "We have seen them fade away before".

Liverpool are ready to pounce for Sporting Lisbon's £6m-rated winger Diego Capel.

Shaun Derry has been confirmed as the new player-manager of Notts County.

Everton's Aroune Kone is set for a knee op that could rule him out for the season.

Crystal Palace's Adlene Guedioura is out for eight weeks after puncturing a lung and breaking two ribs.

Andre Villas-Boas has hit out at Romelu Lukaku over the collision which knocked out Hugo Lloris.

DAILY MIRROR

Andre Villas-Boas has launched a blistering attack on Romelu Lukaku.

Ashley Young is fighting for his Manchester United future after another warning from David Moyes to stop diving.

Ravel Morrison, Luke Shaw and Saido Berahino are hoping for a first senior England call today.

Raheem Sterling has been told by Brendan Rodgers he must work hard to become a Liverpool regular again.

John Hartson has quit as No.2 to Wales manager Chris Coleman.

DAILY EXPRESS

Ross Barkley is to be given a chance to stake his England World Cup claims in the friendly against Chile.

Liverpool are hoping to tie down Jordon Ibe to a new five-year contract.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Fresh doubts have emerged over Chris Coleman's position as Wales manger after assistant John Hartson resigned.

Everton striker Aroune Kone is facing a season out as he is set to undergo knee surgery.

DAILY STAR

Andre Villas-Boas has blamed Romelu Lukaku for knocking out Hugo Lloris.

Manchester United's Ashley Young has been branded a cheat.

Rio Ferdinand says it is time for the real Manchester United to stand up, starting this weekend against Arsenal.

Napoli's on-loan goalkeeper Pepe Reina has confimed a deal is in place for him to leave Liverpool next summer.

Robert Pires is coming out of retirement at 40 to play in India.

Watford have signed West Brom's George Thorne on loan until the new year.

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