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Carlos wants both Messi and Ronaldo

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona star Lionel Messi.
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ARCHIVE: PAPER CHASE

Every morning, FOX Soccer gathers the rumors from across England's papers and presents them to you in one place: Paper Chase. Here are the archives:


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Anzhi Makhachkala caretaker coach Roberto Carlos hopes to sign both Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

THE SUN

John Terry has blasted the Chelsea outsiders who accuse the English stars of running the club.

QPR face a financial nightmare if they are relegated - because none of their stars will be forced to take a pay cut.

Carlos Tevez will have a week of intensive training in a bid to face Chelsea next Wednesday.

Chelsea and Manchester City will have to stump up "crazy" money for Napoli forward Edinson Cavani.

Lille playmaker Eden Hazard has opened the door for a summer move to Manchester United.

Blackburn owners Venky's are set to block Steve Kean's bid to sign Bolo Zenden.

Tottenham are chasing Ajax centre-back Jan Vertonghen.

Andrey Arshavin wants to return to Arsenal this summer.

Southampton plan to cash in on rivals Portsmouth's cash crisis by signing their skipper Jason Pearce.

Bournemouth manager Lee Bradbury has been given the dreaded vote of confidence.

DAILY MIRROR

Steven Gerrard hit a hat-trick to halt Liverpool's slide and wreck Everton boss David Moyes' 10th anniversary celebrations.

John Terry last night broke his silence on Fabio Capello and paid the former England boss a glowing tribute.

QPR chairman Tony Fernandes will have to brace himself for a huge financial hit if the club are relegated.

Eden Hazard has opened the door for a summer move to Manchester United by claiming it was "a pleasure" to be watched by Sir Alex Ferguson.

Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish has added Fulham striker Andy Johnson to his wish-list of Bosmans this summer.

Ian Holloway will ask Liverpool today if Jonjo Shelvey can return to Blackpool on loan.

DAILY EXPRESS

John Terry believes that tonight could be one of the greatest in Chelsea's history if they pull off mission impossible against Napoli.

Arsene Wenger will make a personal plea to Theo Walcott to stay at Arsenal before the club's money-men open their contract negotiations with the winger.

Jack Wilshere is set to give England a massive Euro 2012 boost after telling his Arsenal team-mates he could be ready to play again at the end of this month.

Cristiano Ronaldo yesterday insisted Jose Mourinho will stay on as coach of Real Madrid next season.

Eden Hazard says he is flattered Manchester United are lining up a summer move for him.

DAILY MAIL

Steve Bruce is ready to resume talks with Wolves about becoming their next manager.

Eden Hazard says he is flattered by interest from Manchester United but is still expected to join Tottenham.

Swansea could make a summer move for Doncaster defender Mustapha Dumbuya.

Wigan are in talks over a deal for Gambia Under-20 winger Alieu Darbo.

DAILY STAR

Lukas Podolski had a medical yesterday, paving the way for Arsenal to snap up the £10.9million striker.

John Terry publicly thanked Fabio Capello for the first time last night for backing him during his recent England race row.

Roberto Mancini has risked more anger from his fuming stars after banning music from the Manchester City dressing room.

DAILY RECORD

David Murray yesterday said sorry and admitted he was "duped" into selling Rangers.

Rangers fans will be asked to cough up as much as £1000 a head to help the Blue Knights save their club from extinction.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Arsene Wenger has emerged as a potential candidate for the England manager's vacancy, with senior Football Association executives taking soundings on his suitability for the post.

THE GUARDIAN

John Terry has urged his Chelsea team-mates to transform a campaign apparently teetering on the brink into "one of our best seasons ever" and warned that the club's ability to challenge in the long term will effectively be determined by the next three months.

Carlos Tevez could yet remain at Manchester City beyond the end of the season despite his problems at the club.

THE TIMES

Tottenham believe that they have edged ahead of Arsenal in the scramble to sign Jan Vertonghen, who is likely to be the most sought-after defender in Europe this summer.

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