Found November 09, 2012 on Fox Soccer:
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... THE SUN Arsene Wenger is furious that Jack Wilshere has been given an England call-up. Fabio Capello was last night accused of letting Victor Moses slip through England's hands. Carl Jenkinson is sweating on FIFA clearance so he gets the chance to play for England. Tottenham and Newcastle have joined the race for Blackpool star Tom Ince. Didier Drogba is trying to persuade Wilfried Zaha to represent Ivory Coast, the country of his birth. Aston Villa are chasing Maribor's Robert Beric, who scored in the Europa League at Tottenham last night. Champions League goal-king Oscar says Chelsea 's style is just like Brazil's. Nigel Adkins insists he is the right man to lead Southampton to safety. Fulham have shown their faith in manager Martin Jol by activiating a contract option seven months early. DAILY MIRROR Furious Arsene Wenger last night launched an angry attack on Roy Hodgson's decision to call up Jack Wilshere. Paul Elliott has accepted in principle Charlton's shock offer to becom the club's new chairman. Andre Villas-Boas has been slammed by France coach Didier Deschamps for only playing Hugo Lloris in the Europa League . Inter Milan are ready to take advantage of Bacary Sagna's contract stand-off at Arsenal . Manchester City are set to have Chelsea wonderkid Conor Hunte watched this weekend. DAILY STAR Angry Arsene Wenger has blasted Roy Hodgson's decision to pick Jack Wilshere for England's friendly next week. Stoke boss Tony Pulis insists he would not stand in Ryan Shawcross' way if a top club came calling. Nigel Adkins is determined to turn things around at Southampton. Liverpool are on alert after Brian McDermott admitted there is no end in sight to Alex Pearce's contract deadlock at Reading. DAILY MAIL Arsene Wenger believes Roy Hodgson is taking an unnecessary risk with Jack Wilshere. Manchester United are stepping up their interest in Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama. Tony Pulis admits Stoke cannot stand in the way of Ryan Shawcross if a top-four club makes a move. Arsenal have joined the clubs monitoring Burnley's 20-goal striker Charlie Austin. Chelsea are considering a move for Vitesse Arnhem's Ivory Coast striker Wilfried Bony. Bacary Sagna is the latest Arsenal star heading for a long-running contract dispute. DAILY EXPRESS Arsene Wenger is furious that Jack Wilshere has been called up by England. Fabrice Muamba turned down the chance to go on I'm a Celebrity.
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