Lewandowski not a fan of Manchester rain, Ozil to sign new Arsenal deal, Benteke blow for Liverpool – Paper review

first_imgHere are the top transfer-related stories in Thursday’s newspapers…Arsene Wenger made discreet inquiries about signing Robert Lewandowski this summer, but Bayern Munich insisted the striker, who scored five goals in nine minutes this week, was not for sale for any price. (Daily Mail)The Poland striker’s agent was asked about the player’s future after the 5-1 victory against Wolfsburg: “Manchester? It always rains there. Barcelona or Madrid? They are nice places.” (AS)Arsenal could face an FA investigation after their supporters tore down advertising hoardings at White Hart Lane following their 2-1 League Cup win over derby rivals Tottenham. (Daily Mail)Gunners playmaker Mesut Ozil is poised to sign a new contract with the club. (Daily Mirror)However, according to his agent, the Germany international could join Turkish club Fenerbahce in the summer. (Radyospor) Arsenal will make a £13million bid for 21-year-old Juventus defender Daniele Ruganiin January. (Calciomercato) Liverpool’s Belgium striker Christian Benteke, 24, is unlikely to recover from a hamstring injury in time to face former side Aston Villa on Saturday. (The Times)Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho could serve a five-match ban for use of sexist language towards Eva Carneiro, after video footage of his touchline row was submitted to the FA. (Daily Express)Birmingham’s 19-year-old wonderkid Demarai Gray can leave the club for just £3.5million in the January transfer window, with Liverpool strongly linked with the tricky forward. (Daily Mirror)And here are some of the top stories on talkSPORT.com:VIDEO: Liverpool flop Iago Aspas scores incredible chip against Barcelona‘The real Balotelli has returned’ – Liverpool flop keen to prove critics wrong after stunning AC Milan free-kickExclusive – ‘Stop tinkering, Brendan!’ Liverpool legend Ray Houghton’s warning to under-pressure RodgersArsenal and Liverpool-linked Lucas Digne confirms interest from Premier League‘Hugo Lloris is the best goalkeeper in the Premier League’, former Tottenham stopper Paul Robinson tells talkSPORTSir Alex Ferguson blamed agent for Paul Pogba’s Man United exit – and he hits backChelsea blow! Defensive target reveals he could stay at Marseille in January‘I feel fantastic!’ – Andy Carroll delighted after making first West Ham start in seven monthslast_img

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