Paper Talk - 05 November 2011

Gotze: Linked with £15million move to Arsenal

Paper Talk: Gunners want to get Gotze

Arsenal are eyeing Borussia Dortmund ace Mario Gotze, Paul Pogba is wanted by Inter and AC Milan and Everton hope to re-sign Landon Donovan.

Daily Star
  • Everton boss David Moyes is set to swoop for Landon Donovan for a second time.
  • Steve Howard has blasted departed Leicester boss Sven-Goran Eriksson and claimed the Swede couldn't hack the Championship.
  • Fabio Capello yesterday told the FA: If you want to axe John Terry, then do it yourselves.
Daily Mirror
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  • Dave Whelan insists he would sack Roberto Martinez if he felt it would keep Wigan up.
  • Paris Saint-Germain are offering a lavish package to lure David Beckham away from LA Galaxy.
  • Manchester United's French kid Paul Pogba is the subject of a tug of war between Milan giants AC and Inter.
  • Martin Jol has no hard feelings about being sacked at half time by Tottenham.
Daily Mail
  • Andre Villas-Boas insists he only wants 15 years as a football manager because the job is too stressful.
  • Arsene Wenger is eyeing Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Mario Gotze and is willing to smash the club's £15million transfer record to land him.
  • Leeds have signed Reading Alex McCarthy on a month's loan to solve their goalkeeping crisis.
The Sun
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  • Andre Villas-Boas reckons it's only a matter of time before Chelsea fans start calling for his head.
  • Steve Kean has made a simple appeal to Blackburn's owners: Stick with me.
  • David Moyes is teeing up a January move to bring Landon Donovan back to Everton.
Independent
  • It seems ludicrous, but 16 matches into his reign as Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas is already under pressure.
The Guardian
  • Sir Alex Ferguson is thinking back to his first match in charge - "we bloody lost" - and trying to explain why it is, on the eve of his 25th anniversary at Manchester United, that he still has such a remarkable appetite to continue in the job.
Daily Express
  • Jack Wilshere has revealed his desire to win a gold medal with the Great Britain football team at next year's Olympics.
Daily Telegraph
  • Wayne Rooney is likely to make a personal appearance before UEFA as he desperately attempts to reduce the three-match ban which rules him out of the group stages of next summer's European Championships.
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