Blues star Drogba on AC Milan shortlist

BY foxsports • November 9, 2011

Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...

DAILY MIRROR

Rio Ferdinand has reignited the John Terry race row by accusing the FA of double standards in their fight to allow England players to wear poppies on their shirts.

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has won the latest round of his battle with Carlos Tevez.

Liverpool forward Luis Suarez is demanding an apology from Patrice Evra for branding him a racist.

Chelsea full-back Jose Bosingwa has quit international football.

Jermain Defoe could be on his way to QPR after Spurs were linked with Juventus striker Amauri.

Didier Drogba is on AC Milan's shortlist for a new striker in January.

Fulham will look to offload £2million flop Bjorn Helge Riise in January.

Nottingham Forest boss Steve Cotterill wants to raid old club Portsmouth with a £1.5million swoop for Liam Lawrence.

THE SUN

Carlos Tevez has gone AWOL after defying Manchester City's instructions to return from Argentina.

Ashley Cole has been ordered by Chelsea to speak to cops about the John Terry race row.

QPR owner Tony Fernandes has ruled out a move for David Beckham.

Neil Warnock says foreign bosses shouldn't be in charge of England because they can't do banter.

Newcastle are refusing to negotiate with Danny Simpson over an improved contract.

Birmingham want former Hibernian boss Colin Calderwood to be Chris Hughton's No. 2.

DAILY STAR

Carlos Tevez has performed a dramatic U-turn after striking a deal to seal his exit from Manchester City.

John Terry will find out today if there is any animosity towards him in the England camp.

Inter Milan have told Manchester United they are free to sign Wesley Sneijder - but the price is £40million.

Tottenham's forgotten man Steven Pienaar is determined to force his way back into Harry Redknapp's side.

Paul Lambert plans to bolster his Norwich side in January - but won't be signing any big-time Charlies.

DAILY EXPRESS

Fabio Capello says England cannot hope to match Spain's style on Saturday.

Carlos Tevez will have to apologise to Roberto Mancini if he is to play for Manchester City again.

Pepe Reina believes David Silva's move to England has broadened his mind and made him one of the best players in the world.

DAILY MAIL

The FA's campaign to allow the England players to wear poppies on their shirts has received dramatic support - from Germany.

Carlos Tevez faces a new disciplinary charge from Manchester City after flying to Argentina without permission.

Chelsea will move to sign Bolton's Gary Cahill in January for £8million.

Liverpool have enquired about Barcelona midfielder Seydou Keita.

Arsenal target Kevin Grosskreutz would welcome a move to the Emirates.

THE GUARDIAN

England will not be able to defy FIFA's ban on wearing poppies on their shirts for Saturday's friendly against Spain at Wembley, as the referee is under orders from the governing body to call off the match if the emblems are present on their kit.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

The England team intend to display poppies on their tracksuit jackets and wear black armbands at Wembley on Saturday following FIFA's controversial refusal to allow poppies on their playing shirts.

Carlos Tevez is facing a new row with Manchester City and a possible fine of two weeks' wages after returning to Argentina without permission on the same day as telling the club he would accept a two-week fine for his actions at Bayern Munich in September.

THE TIMES

John Terry believes he has the backing of the England squad as he meets his international team-mates for the first time tonight since being accused of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.


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