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What the papers say: August 24

The Sun

- Cameroon striker Samuel Eto'o will rake in £336,000-a-week after tax with Anzhi Makhachkala.

- QPR hope to sign Jermaine Jenas on loan from Tottenham.

- Owen Coyle is considering a loan swoop for Manchester City defender Dedryck Boyata.

Daily Mirror

- Tottenham have signed Emmanuel Adebayor on loan from Manchester City.

- Jose Mourinho says he he has no intention of quitting Real Madrid.

- Liverpool reckon they can beat Manchester City to Uruguayan defender Sebastian Coates.

- Steve Bruce wants to bring Roque Santa Cruz to the Stadium of Light.

Daily Star

- Jack Wilshere has been ruled out of action for a month.

- Chelsea are still determined to sign Luka Modric from Tottenham.

- Blackburn believe they have found the next Phil Jones in America - George John of FC Dallas.

- Newcastle won't meet PSV Eindhoven's valuation of left-back Erik Peters.


Daily Mail

- Tottenham have told Chelsea that they would reject an offer of £30 million for Luka Modric.

- Chelsea have made a £15 million bid for Porto left-back Alvaro Pereira.

- QPR have made an improved offer for Scott Parker, while Neil Warnock also wants Joey Barton.

The Independent

- Arsene Wenger says that Jack Wilshere has been diagnosed with a long-term ankle problem that will rule him out of action until well into next month.

- Being labelled the 'new Didier Drogba' is the highest praise Romelu Lukaku could wish for.

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