Paper Talk: Liverpool set striker deadline

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The Mirror

- Liverpool striker Andy Carroll will be told to decide on his future by the end of the week - and Tottenham are now in the picture.

- Chelsea are poised to finally complete a £7million deal for Marseille right-back Cesar Azpilicueta.

- Arsenal will not sign a like-for-like replacement for Alex Song - because Arsene Wenger is so convinced Jack Wilshere is on his way back.

Daily Mail

- Manchester City's contract talks with David Silva have faltered because of the Spanish winger's contract demands.

- Wigan manager Roberto Martinez has revealed for the first time that he turned down an approach from Liverpool to become their manager earlier this summer.

- Fiorentina have targeted Dimitar Berbatov as the Manchester United striker struggles to find a suitable new club.

The Guardian

- Tom Huddlestone and Michael Dawson are set to leave Tottenham after being told they do not fit into Andre Villas-Boas' plans.

- Arsenal's negotiations with Real Madrid for Nuri Sahin have hit a sticking point over what may happen to the midfielder at the end of his proposed season-long loan.

The Sun

- Alexander Buttner's shock £3.9million move to Manchester United is a step closer after the defender’s medical yesterday.

- Fulham are lining up a £7million move for former Arsenal striker Eduardo.

The Times

- West Ham are tracking Tom Ince, the winger who is the son of Paul, the club’s former player.

- Bolton Wanderers are trying to sign Jay Spearing, the Liverpool midfielder.

Premier League

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