BB Round-up – Arsenal and City’s £8m battle, Liverpool rush to land deal, Hiddink set to take the reins at Chelsea

Former Tottenham manager Martin Jol has been confirmed as Fulham’s new boss in what is a day of likely managerial change in West London. Guus Hiddink looks set to move in at Stamford Bridge, after Abramovich looks to activate the escape clause in the Dutchman’s Turkish contract.

In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that include Samir Nasri wants Arsenal to show ambition; Liverpool rush to land Jordan Henderson, while Geoff Hurst claims that England won’t win the World Cup again in his lifetime.


Jol takes Fulham job – Sky Sports

Rooney’s new world of image management – Guardian

Chelsea poised to land Hiddink as escape clause excites Abramovich – Daily Mail

England won’t win the World Cup again in my lifetime – Hurst – Mirror

Nasri wants Arsenal to move in market – Guardian

Sturridge wants Chelsea chance – Sun

Liverpool rush to land £20m Henderson – Guardian

Arsenal and City go head-to-head in bargain battle for Lille’s £8m Gervinho – Daily Mail

Crouch to commit to England – Mirror

Not a lotti choice left for Lerner – Sun

Comments are closed on this article.