Daily Paper Review- 29 Sep 2011

Last updated : 29 September 2011 By DSG

Tottenham have offered to make Luka Modric their first ?100,000-a-week player, more than doubling his current ?46,000-a-week package.

Sunderland's players have apologised to the club's supporters after the 2-1 defeat at Norwich piled the pressure back on manager Steve Bruce.

Liverpool are ready to rival Tottenham for Brazil striker Leandro Damiao.

Sylvain Distin is holding out for a two-year deal from Everton as talks continue over extending the defender's stay at Goodison Park.

Roberto Mancini insists Carlos Tevez is finished at Manchester City after the striker refused to play for him.

Andre Villas-Boas insists Frank Lampard will be a key Chelsea player "for years to come".

Sir Alex Ferguson admitted "we threw it away" as Basel gave Manchester United a huge scare on Tuesday night.

Jack Wilshere will be fit for Euro 2012 - despite his six-month lay-off.

Titus Bramble insists Sunderland's players are totally behind under-fire boss Steve Bruce.

Tim Cahill has been given the green light for Saturday's Merseyside derby at Goodison.

Joey Barton has revealed he wants to play for another TEN years.

Danny Welbeck said Manchester United's last-gasp draw with FC Basel felt like a defeat.

Manchester football rivalry took a back seat before last night's game at the Allianz Arena. City broke from preparations from their clash to pay tribute to the victims of the Munich air disaster.

Arsene Wenger is facing a new battle with Real Madrid for Lille starlet Eden Hazard.

Southampton want to kick-start James Beattie's career.

Ian Holloway is making a second bid to sign El Hadji Diouf before the striker joins Wigan.

Shaun Wright-Phillips is in hot water with the FA for using an obscenity on Twitter.

Arsene Wenger has backed his medical staff despite Arsenal having NINE players out injured.

Jermaine Pennant has warned Besiktas to beware a Turkish-style welcome at Stoke's Britannia Stadium on Thursday.

Luton midfielder Alex Lawless is out for a month after breaking his hand punching a changing-room wall.

Former Portsmouth and Juventus striker Vincent Pericard is training with Bournemouth in a bid to revive his career.

Nottingham Forest boss Steve McClaren has offered QPR's injury-ravaged midfielder Lee Cook a chance to rebuild his career by taking him on trial at the City Ground.

Manchester City were in disarray in the Champions League last night. On a fraught night as they lost to Bayern Munich, Edin Dzeko confronted Roberto Mancini after he was taken off and Carlos Tevez refused to come on.

Joey Barton would welcome and England call-up and could see himself playing until his 40s.

Source: DSG

Source: DSG