What the papers say: September 9
- Chelsea boss Andre-Villas Boas has warned striker Fernando Torres he faces being dropped if he does not perform in the next two games.
- Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has admitted he was angered and frustrated by the failure to sign a top class striker this summer.
- Carlos Tevez is in line for his first start of the Barclays Premier League season against Wigan at the Etihad Stadium.
- Arsenal are ready to re-iginite their interest in Argentinean midfielder Lucas Biglia.
- Fernando Torres has been warned that he will be dropped if his goal drought damages Chelsea's push for glory.
- Richard Scudamore has promised he will listen to pleas to bring the NFL's positive discrimination 'Rooney Role' to the English game.
- Alan Pardew has insisted he never considered quitting as Newcastle boss - despite the board's failure to land him a striker.
- Southampton boss Nigel Adkins will make a £4million offer for Watford striker Marvin Sordell when the transfer window reopens.
- Kenny Dalglish believes Andy Carroll has become an easy target following renewed criticism of the Liverpool striker's lifestyle.
- Roberto Mancini has admitted he had to sign Owen Hargreaves over Fernando Gago or Daniele De Rossi, because he ran out of money.
- Misfiring striker Fernando Torres has been told to buck up his ideas for Chelsea.
- David Beckham’s proposed switch to QPR moved a step closer.
- Harry Redknapp wants to help David Beckham achieve his Olympic dream by signing him for Tottenham in January.
- James Beattie has held talks over a shock return to Sheffield United.
- Blackpool manager Ian Holloway will make a loan bid for Rob Hulse when the QPR striker recovers from a knee injury.