What the papers say: September 5
- Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has been told to rest his ankle for up to three months or risk missing Euro 2012 next summer.
- Frank Lampard is still a key figure in Fabio Capello's England plans.
- Andy Carroll has been told by Fabio Capello that he needs to be in better shape.
- El-Hadji Diouf is a target for big-spending Leicester.
- Everton's Joesph Yobo wants to join Turkish giants Fenerbahce on loan.
- Jack Wilshere has been told to sit it out for another two months - or risk missing the rest of the season.
- Theo Walcott has admitted that the Gunners' 8-2 loss at Old Trafford last week was one of the worst moments of his career.
- Former England coach Terry Venables believes Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand's place in the national side could be under threat.
- Fabio Capello has called on Liverpool striker Andy Carroll to get fit, having previously admitted concerns over his lifestyle.
- Jack Wilshere has warned his entire season could be ruined if he makes premature return from injury.
- Barcelona vice-president Josep Maria Bartomeu believes the club's £35m signing of Cesc Fabregas from Arsenal was 'a very good deal'.
- Andre Villas-Boas will rival Harry Redknapp for the signature of Bolton defender Gary Cahill when the transfer window reopens in January.
- Chelsea new boy Raul Meireles says he is no 'Judas' after swapping Anfield for Stamford Bridge.
- Joe Cole thinks his new club Lille are like a 'mini Barcelona'.
- Fabio Capello has again told Andy Carroll to improve his fitness.
- The FA were last night urged to quiz Manchester City chief executive Garry Cook after an insensitive e-mail was sent to the cancer-suffering mother of a club player.