Paper Talk: Sagna slams Arsenal transfer policy

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Daily Mirror:

- Arsene Wenger will offer Bacary Sagna a new contract even after the defender's outspoken attack on Arsenal.

- Tottenham's forgotten winger David Bentley has joined Russian side FC Rostov on loan until January.

- Steven Gerrard believes England can pull off a "miracle" and win the 2014 World Cup.

Daily Mail:

- Nani's 'unreal' wage demands wrecked any chance of the Manchester United winger moving to Zenit St Petersburg this summer.

- QPR midfielder Samba Diakite has returned home to France to battle depression.

- Liverpool midfielder Joe Cole is closing in on a return to first-team training, says Brendan Rodgers.

Daily Express:

- Andre Villas-Boas talked his way out of his first Premier League job after bamboozling Burnley with his jargon.

- Stoke want to send Michael Tonge, Diego Arismendi, Danny Higginbotham, Mama Sidibe and Wilson Palacios out on loan.

- England will launch their World Cup qualifying bid tonight with skipper Steven Gerrard confident of a place at Brazil 2014.

The Sun:

- Bacary Sagna has slammed Arsenal for failing to keep the club's top players - hinting he could be the next to jump ship.

- Steven Gerrard admits England need "a miracle" to win the World Cup in 2014.

The Times:

- Roy Hodgson insisted last night that he has no concerns over Wayne Rooney's conditioning and fitness regime, despite the player's own tendency to put on weight.

Daily Star:

- Newcastle were last night awaiting news on Fabricio Coloccini's fitness amid fears their captain could miss a run of Premier League games.

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