Football News – Arsenal keen on Biglia, Everton board hits out, Liverpool face battle for Eriksen, Redknapp would take Becks with open arms
Harry Redknapp revealed that he would be happy to see David Beckham at Tottenham, when the player’s contract expires at the LA Galaxy. Harry says he is still a quality Premier League player and would welcome him with open arms should he wish to move to North London.
Elsewhere in the papers the Everton board hits out at protest; Villas-Boas reveals he won’t be afraid to wield the axe, while Roberto Martinez believes that Manchester City are unplayable.
Harry open to Beckham return – Sky Sports
I could drop both Torres and Lampard, admits Villas-Boas – Guardian
Dalglish backs Carroll after criticism – Guardian
Pardew frustrated over failure to buy a striker – Guardian
Pearce wants to get his Phil for kid Lions – Sun
De Gea keeping the faith despite mistakes – Daily Telegraph
Everton board hit back at angry fans in row over sale of cash-strapped Toffees – Daily Mail
Martinez: Manchester City are ‘unplayable’ title contenders – Sun
Arsenal scouts keeping tabs on Anderlecht’s midfield anchor Biglia – Daily Mail
QPR manager Warnock hits out at ‘pathetic’ internationals – Daily Mail
AC Milan join Liverpool in chase for Ajax teen sensation – Talksport