Friday Paper Talk: Moyes reiterates Rooney stance while Wenger may regret lack of signings

Luiz Suarez keeps everyone guessing with reports of a wish to now remain at Anfield.

Villa striker looks to end disappointing spell in midlands with London move.

Arsenal midfielder’s rally cry for Silverware
The Telegraph

England international Jack Wilshere believes that he and his teammates need to “grow up a bit” in order to prove their critics wrong and win a trophy this coming season.

Darren Bent on verge of London switch
The Irish Times

Aston Villa frontman Darren Bent is about to put the disappointment that was his stay at Villa Park behind him, the player is undergoing a medical ahead of a season-long loan deal to Fulham.

Suarez stuns Liverpool in committing to the club
The Star

The Star reports that the Liverpool striker has shocked the club by telling sources in Uruguay while on international duty, that he wants to remain at Anfield.

Wenger may regret lack of transfer activity

The Daily Mail

The north Londoner’s underwent a summer in which they let go of 17 players and brought in just one which may come back to haunt the Frenchman.

Moyes reiterates Rooney not for sake
The Daily Mirror

Manchester United manager David Moyes has spoken again how Wayne Rooney is not for sale but that the club are still interested in “several players”. 

Former SFL chief to be investigated
The Daily Record

THE SPFL launch an investigation into claims that former SFL chief David Longmuir received secret bonus payments.

Bruce delighted with new midfield duo
The Independent

Steve Bruce is confident that the arrival of Jake Livermore and Tom Huddlestone at Hull City will make the rest of the Premier League sit up and take notice of his side

Ibrahimovich sends message to PSG
The Times

The Swedish striker scored a hat-trick for his country in a 4-2 win over Norway in a friendly to remind his employers of his prowess despite the arrival of Edinson Cavani to Paris.

 

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