Paper Talk - 01 November 2014

Brendan Rodgers: Wants Gerrard to stay

Paper Talk: Reds want Gerrard to stay

Brendan Rodgers wants Steven Gerrard to remain with Liverpool and Real Madrid are ready to launch a £20m January move for Hugo Lloris.

The Sun
  • Manuel Pellegrini says Man City were priced out of a summer move for Angel di Maria.
  • Rio Ferdinand and Joey Barton have launched a stinging attack on the FA.
  • Louis van Gaal has no fear about facing Man City and would not swap squads.
  • Brighton have signed keeper Ali Al Habsi on loan from Wigan.
Daily Mirror
  • Netherlands striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has held talks over a new contract with German club Schalke which could scupper the hopes of Liverpool and Arsenal of signing him on a free next summer.
  • Manuel Pellegrini claims Man Utd are no better than last year despite splashing out £151m on new players.
  • Under-fire Paul Lambert says he loves living in fear because it stops him being complacent.
  • Norwich have vowed to keep £5m striker Gary Hooper.
  • Wolves are set to sign former Man Utd keeper Tomasz Kuszczak.
  • Bradford are ready to sign striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake.
Daily Star
  • Former Manchester United and Everton manager David Moyes is wanted by Spanish side Real Sociedad.
Daily Mail
  • Brendan Rodgers wants Steven Gerrard to remain with Liverpool and wants him to get a contract extension.
  • Everton hope Arouna Kone will take a step closer to ending his injury exile next week.
Daily Express
  • Real Madrid are ready to launch a £20m January move for Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris.
Independent
  • Alan Pardew believes the job he has had to do at Newcastle is like building a piece of furniture from Ikea.
The Times
  • Michel Platini will hold talks with Greg Dyke next week over timings for the 2022 World Cup.
  • Brendan Rodgers has dismissed criticism of Liverpool's summer transfer policy.
The Guardian
  • Everton boss Roberto Martinez says there are no concerns for striker Arouna Kone's career even though the 30-year-old may not return to full fitness until January.

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