The Sun

- Lazar Markovic, one of the hottest young strikers in Europe, has admitted that it would be a 'dream' to join Chelsea.

- Newly-appointed Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill says he is ready to save the club.

- Fabio Capello has cranked up the pressure on UEFA to reduce Wayne Rooney's three-match suspension at Euro 2012.

- Andre Villas-Boas is too tough to crack under mounting UEFA Champions League pressure, reveals Didier Drogba.

- Preston want goalkeeper and reported Leeds United target Thorsten Stuckmann to extend his contract at Deepdale.


Daily Mail

- Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has backed Andre Villas-Boas to rebuild the club and will listen to offers for six senior players in January.

Didier Drogba, Salomon Kalou, Jose Bosingwa and Paulo Ferreira are available for transfer following the announcement that transfer requests have been accepted from Nicolas Anelka and Alex.

- Fulham players have been hit with a gagging order to stop tales of dressing-room unrest leaking to the media.

- Fabio Capello has increased the pressure on UEFA to reduce Wayne Rooney's three-match ban at this summer's European Championships.


Daily Mirror

- Wayne Rooney could be left out of Fabio Capello's Euro 2012 squad, if his three-game international ban is not reduced this week.

- Martin O'Neill insists he is ready to save Sunderland, after watching his players fall to a 2-1 defeat against Wolves at Molineux.

- Alex McLeish will beg Aston Villa owner Randy Lerner for fresh funds if the club's injury woes deepen.

- Dickson Etuhu is enjoying life at Fulham again after enduring a 'very difficult time' since Martin Jol took charge.

- A tribunal has ordered Manchester City to pay £250,000 for England youth goalkeeper Angus Gunn - much less than Norwich had wanted.

- Bristol City are determined to hang on to in-form winger Albert Adomah in the January transfer window.

- Switzerland striker Innocent Emeghara is the latest player to be linked with a loan move to Doncaster Rovers.

 


Daily Express

- Martin O'Neill insists he is ready for the challenge of keeping Sunderland in the Barclays Premier League.

- Blackburn's second win of the season will mean 'smiles rather than frowns' at today's board meeting, reveals an upbeat Steve Kean.

- Fabio Capello has increased the pressure on UEFA to reduce Wayne Rooney's Euro 2012 ban this week.


Daily Star

- Wayne Rooney's Euro 2012 hopes are still hanging in the balance.

- Martin O'Neill watched a Sunderland horror show in yesterday's 2-1 defeat to Wolves at Molineux - and was told his first job is to get a new striker in January.

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