What the papers say: September 6

Daily Mail

- Fabio Capello will do all he can to keep Gareth Bale quiet at Wembley tonight.

- Manchester City chief executive Garry Cook was clinging to his job last night after allegedly sending a vile email to the cancer-stricken mother of defender Nedum Onuoha.

- Steven Gerrard is set to return to full training this week.

- Blackburn are considering a January move for Bristol City striker Nick Maynard.

Daily Mirror

- Thomas Vermaelen could be out for two months after undergoing surgery on an Achilles injury.

- Roy Keane could become the manager of Iceland.

- Steven Gerrard is set to finally return to Liverpool action this week.

- Andrey Arshavin fears the loss of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri will be catastrophic for Arsenal.

- Asamoah Gyan says he is 'flattered' at being pursued - throwing his Sunderland future into doubt.

Daily Star

- Arsenal will make a fresh bid for Gary Cahill in the January transfer window.

- Jonathan Woodgate has thanked Tony Pulis for trusting him to put his injury nightmare behind him.

- Steven Gerrard is delighted to have Craig Bellamy back at Liverpool.

- Wolves want James McFadden after he was dumped by Birmingham.

Metro

- Manchester United passed up the opportunity to sign Jack Rodwell from Everton for £15 million during the transfer window.

- Yossi Benayoun did not have medical prior to completing his loan move from Chelsea to Arsenal.




 

The Guardian

- Manchester City were last night holding top-level talks to consider Garry Cook's position.

- Fabio Capello has said England are not to blame for the ankle injury that will sideline Jack Wilshere for at least another two months.

The Sun

- Manchester City chief executive Garry Cook was fighting for his job last night.

- Fabio Capello the way Arsenal have handled Jack Wilshere's injury.

- Porto have threatened to report Chelsea for their conduct surrounding their approach for Alvaro Pereira.

- Thomas Vermaelen has undergone an Achilles operation in Sweden.

- Mick McCarthy is ready to sign James McFadden.

- Owen Coyle hopes Gary Cahill will sign a new contract.

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