Falcao heading for move to England
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Brendan Rodgers has revealed he will ask the question about a loan deal for Didier Drogba and Michael Owen at Liverpool.
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:
Wigan are ready to loan Wilfried Zaha back to Crystal Palace as part of a £3million swoop.
Spurs are ready to let goalkeepers Carlo Cudicini and Heurelho Gomes go on loan to the Championship.
Robin van Persie smashed his 100th Premier League goal to cap a hat-trick at Southampton - then thanked Paul Scholes for saving him from the wrath of Sir Alex Ferguson.
Swansea defender Neil Taylor has been ruled out for the season with a fractured ankle.
Brendan Rodgers wants Didier Drogba and Michael Owen to solve his striker crisis at Liverpool.
Robin van Persie struck a stunning hat-trick to rescue Manchester United at Southampton - then apologised for his spot-kick cock-up.
Swansea have been rocked by the news that defender Neil Taylor is out for the season.
Sam Allardyce believes Andy Carroll can make the difference between a relegation dogfight and a top-half finish for West Ham.
Under-pressure Brendan Rodgers is poised to make a sensational move to bring Didier Drogba to Anfield.
Robin van Persie thanked Paul Scholes for getting him out of a spot of bother as Manchester United won 3-2 at Southampton.
Brendan Rodgers will consider a move for Michael Owen after seeing his goal-shy side beaten by Arsenal.
Atletico Madrid striker Falcao believes he will move to England's Premier League in January.
West Ham fear Andy Carroll's hamstring injury is wose than expected. He will have a complete scan tomorrow.
Brendan Rodgers has admitted he may be forced to ask Michael Owen to bolster Liverpool's striking options.
Robin van Persie scored a glorious hat-trick to earn Manchester United a last-gasp 3-2 victory at Southampton - but ended up apologising.
Just when the hairdryer was being revved up by Sir Alex Ferguson in the Manchester United technical area, Robin van Persie showed his brilliance in the Southampton penalty area.
A fitting end to a dreadful few days in the Liverpool reign of Brendan Rodgers stemmed from a superior Arsenal display, carelessness and another error from the once formidable Jose Reina.
Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, said last night that he would be willing to investigate bringing in Didier Drogba or Michael Owen as emergency reinforcements, after admitting that he would not have allowed Andy Carroll to leave on loan to West Ham United on Thursday had he known his club would deny him £7m Clint Dempsey from Fulham.