Hazard lights up Arsene ambition

BY foxsports • September 4, 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...

SUNDAY MIRROR:

Arsenal fear they could be without Jack Wilshere for at least three months.

Goal hero Wayne Rooney hailed England's travelling army of devoted fans and roared: "I love playing for my country.''

Wesley Sneijder has told friends his failed move to Man United could be revived in the New Year.

Stewart Downing believes his move to Liverpool has made him feel like an England player.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY:

Arsene Wenger is confident he will finally land Lille playmaker Eden Hazard for £28million in the January transfer window.

Jose Mourinho will leave Real Madrid at the end of the season for cashed-up Paris St-Germain.

Chelsea's failed last-ditch bid to finally sign Luka Modric on transfer deadline day consisted of £30million - plus Brazil defender Alex.

Frank Lampard's England career looks to be over after Fabio Capello refused to say if he would select the Chelsea midfielder ever again.

Arsene Wenger has been warned Mikel Arteta is past his best and that the Spaniard cannot help floundering Arsenal end their trophy drought.

THE PEOPLE:

Arsene Wenger's staff fear he could quit Arsenal after a week from hell.

Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas wants to pair up England duo Gary Cahill and John Terry in his defence.

Fabio Capello insists the golden generation of England stars is dead.

Carlos Tevez admits he had to check into a clinic after he went on eating binges to beat depression.

Sven Goran Eriksson has been given five more games to get Leicester firing - with former Foxes boss Martin O'Neill one of the names in the frame to take over.

Steve Kean is fighting for his future at Blackburn.

Carlo Ancelotti wants to make a quick return to management in the Premier League.

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce will make a new move for Tottenham striker Roman Pavlyuchenko in the next window.

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is keeping tabs on Ross Barkley's progress at Everton.

West Ham goalkeeper Rob Green was being offered around to Premier League clubs for a bargain deal in the transfer window.

Birmingham will try to resurrect Nile Ranger's switch from Newcastle when the loan window opens on Thursday.

Turkish side Fenerbahce are in talks to sign Everton's Joseph Yobo and Sunderland striker Asamoah Gyan in the next 48 hours.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:

Frank Lampard's time as an automatic first choice for England is at an end with Fabio Capello insisting he must fight his way back into the side on merit.

SUNDAY TIMES:

Frank Lampard's international career may be over after England's manager, Fabio Capello, said he wasn't sure he would pick the midfielder in his starting XI again.

THE INDEPENDENT:

Chelsea's Frank Lampard, unexpectedly dropped for England's 3-0 win over Bulgaria on Friday night, has been warned that he cannot expect to win his place back without an improvement in his training and club games.

Gary Speed believes Wales can halt England's drive towards qualifying for the European Championships next year.

SUNDAY EXPRESS:

Fabio Capello has discovered the elixir of youth - to revive his fading England career.

MAIL ON SUNDAY:

Gary Cahill, the first Bolton Wanderers player for 52 years to score for England, admitted that he had to put the disappointment of missing out on a dream move to the back of his mind before playing a decisive role in the Euro 2012 victory over Bulgaria.

Wayne Rooney believes he has made his peace with England fans and is restoring his reputation as the country's talismanic player.
 


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