Paper Talk - 05 April 2013

Hatem Ben Arfa: Wanted at Anfield

Paper Talk: Reds eye Ben Arfa swap

Liverpool are ready to send Andy Carroll back to Newcastle in a swap deal with Hatem Ben Arfa and Aston Villa want Walsall hotshot Will Grigg.

The Sun
  • Fulham, Southampton and Wigan are battling to take Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois on loan next season.
  • Borussia Dortmund are in the hunt for Chelsea striker Kevin De Bruyne.
  • Bacary Sagna will be a summer target for Paris Saint Germain.
  • Aston Villa have joined the chase for 19-goal Walsall hotshot Will Grigg.
  • West Brom are talking with Youssouf Mulumbu over a new deal.
  • Newcastle are ready to fight it out with Everton for Portuguese striker Amido Balde.
  • Manchester United are on the trail of Egyptian prodigy Saleh Gomaa.
  • The Football League are set to unveil a new title sponsorship deal with B&Q.
  • Neil Redfearn has ruled himself out of the running for the Leeds job.
Daily Mirror
  • Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to send Andy Carroll back to Newcastle in a swap deal with Hatem Ben Arfa.
  • Neil Lennon is a shock contender for the Everton job if David Moyes leaves this summer.
  • Paul Lambert has confirmed Aston Villa are in talks to offload flop Jean Makoun to Rennes on a permanent deal.
  • QPR keeper Julio Cesar is a summer target for AC Milan.
  • Arsene Wenger fears he will miss out on top transfer targets like Stevan Jovetic if Arsenal fail to finish in the top four.
Daily Star
  • Swindon youth team boss Paul Bodin is considering legal action over the way he was treated by Paolo Di Canio.
  • Harry Redknapp last night claimed: Roy Hodgson only got the England job because the FA couldn't afford me.
  • Leeds caretaker boss Neil Redfearn has ruled out the possibility of becoming the club's next manager.
Daily Mail
  • Yaya Toure has vowed to lead another assault on the Premier League next season after committing his future to Manchester City.
  • David Moyes is back at the top of Schalke's wanted list - with Neil Lennon a strong candidate to replace Moyes at Everton.
Daily Express
  • Harry Redknapp insists he will stick with QPR even if they are relegated.
  • Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott are making slow progress in their returns from injury.



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