What the papers say: November 11

Daily Mail

- Arsenal are chasing Rennes midfielder Tongo Hamed Doumbia.

- Tottenham are to reignite their pursuit of Athletic Bilbao hitman Fernando Llorente next summer.

- Liverpool have made an initial enquiry about an audacious move for Barcelona striker David Villa.

Daily Mirror

- Barcelona sent chief scout Albert Valentine to watch Tottenham midfielder Gareth Bale in the victory at Fulham last weekend.

- Villarreal are keen to bring in teenage Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku, 18, on loan in January.

- Cesc Fabregas has been told there will be no time for emotional reunions on his return to London.

- Arsenal are scouting Benfica midfielder Javi Garcia according to reports in Spain and Portugal.

- Daniel Sturridge is in line for a new deal at Chelsea.

The Guardian

- Industry experts have warned Newcastle's hopes of raising £8m-10m a year from naming rights are unlikely to be realised.

- Manchester City forward Sergio Agüero suffered a muscle injury while preparing for Argentina's international friendly with Bolivia.

- Spain midfielder Santi Cazorla says England must take Wayne Rooney to Euro 2012.

The Sun

- Xabi Alonso is hoping tomorrow's Wembley showdown will be a forerunner to the Euro 2012 final.

- Carlos Tevez has been ordered by Manchester City to provide them with an explanation today as to why he went AWOL.

- Theo Walcott says Cesc Fabregas and Barcelona are a perfect match.

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