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Football Rumours on Sunday 11th September 2011

last updated Sunday 11th September 2011, 8:45 AM

Football rumours from today's newspapers

  • Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is being closely monitored by Real Madrid, who are planning a £35m move for him in the January transfer window, according to reports.

  • Arsenal are planning a swoop for Real Madrid midfielder Esteban Granero in January.
    (Inside Futbol)
  • FA chiefs are hatching an emergency plan to install Harry Redknapp as England manager for the Euro 2012 finals.
    (The People)

  • Martin O'Neill is being lined up to make a sensational return to Leicester City.
    (Sunday Mirrror)

  • Harry Redknapp says Ledley King's performance in Tottenham's 2-0 win at Wolves was "beyond belief" considering the Spurs skipper had not played in pre-season or the opening matches of the season.

  • Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish says he will talk to the club's owners regarding his view that refereeing decisions are consistently going against the Reds. Full story: The Sun Everton manager David Moyes hopes is side's 2-2 draw with Aston Villa gave some encouragement to the hundreds of fans who staged a protest about the club's lack of investment.

  • Arsenal are furious at England manager Fabio Capello's criticism of their medical staff following Jack Wilshere's injury problems.
    (Sunday Mirrror)

  • Sunderland boss Steve Bruce has slammed Asamoah Gyan for leaving the club on loan, having reportedly agreed to stay 48 hours earlier.

  • Manchester City have axed unsettled striker Carlos Tevez as club captain and given the job to Vincent Kompany for the remainder of the season.
  • Ear-flicking - a game the Liverpool players have been spotted playing at the end of recent matches - "boosts players' morale", according to Reds defender Martin Kelly.

  • Model Abbey Clancy has agreed to move to the Potteries area with Stoke's new signing Peter Crouch, despite initially being incensed having to leave London.

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