What the papers say: October 7

Daily Mail

- Fabio Capello insists Wayne Rooney is relaxed and focused on firing England to the Euro 2012 finals.

- Harry Redknapp is lining up a move for Crewe's teenage wonderkid Max Clayton.

- Arsene Wenger has been warned that Arsenal will not spend their way out of trouble in the January transfer window.

- Liverpool's vice-captain Jamie Carragher has admitted his career could be over in a year's time.

- Everton are considering Caen defender Yroundu Musavu-King.

Daily Mirror

- Mikel Arteta has claimed he signed for Arsenal without having a medical first.

- Millwall have agreed to sign QPR striker Patrick Agyemang on loan.

- Wolves midfielder Nenad Milijas will seek to quit the club if he has not regained his first-team place by December.

Metro

- David Beckham has hinted at a Tottenham and QPR snub for an LA Galaxy stay.

- Tottenham’s Rafael Van Der Vaart could be set for a surprise January exit.

- Arsenal captain Robin Van Persie has put Manchester rivals City and United on red alert.



 

The Guardian

- Ivan Gazidis has insisted Arsenal can cope financially if they missed out on Champions League football.

- Aaron Ramsey has described Arsenal's dismal start to the season as 'not acceptable'.

The Sun

- Danielle De Rossi is set to snub Manchester City and Chelsea and sign a new deal at Roma.

- Ex-Manchester United and Chelsea midfielder Juan Veron will retire later this month.

- Fulham's £10.6million summer buy Bryan Ruiz admits he is struggling to cope with the pace of the Barclays Premier League.

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