Jose Enrique to join Liverpool and Ian Bell's run-out would have sparked storm in India

03 August 2011 06:34
DAILY MAIL: Jose Enrique will follow Joey Barton and Kevin Nolan out of Newcastle after Liverpool agreed a ?10million fee for the Spanish defender. [LNB]Toon's tweet revenge! Enrique follows Barton out of Newcastle with ?10m Liverpool switch[LNB]Also: Andy Flower believes there would have been an 'international incident' had an Indian batsman been run out by England in Mumbai the way Ian Bell was at Trent Bridge.[LNB]Flower: There would have been an 'international incident' had Bell run-out row been in India[LNB] Twitter ye not: Enrique looks set to be joining Barton out of the St James' Park door [LNB]THE TIMES: Arsenal are facing two serious dilemmas as the new Barclays Premier League season approaches. [LNB]Also: Andy Flower has urged the England players to put all thoughts of reaching the number one spot in the ICC Test rankings to the back of their minds.[LNB]THE INDEPENDENT: Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini will try to persuade his board to sanction a straight swap deal involving Carlos Tevez and Samuel Eto'o of Internazionale, despite profound doubts at City about the acquisition of a 30-year-old with no Premier League experience and minimal sell-on value. [LNB]Also: In the wake of another resounding victory it is natural to pose the question. How good are England?[LNB]THE SUN: Paul Scholes has backed Wesley Sneijder as the perfect man to replace him at Manchester United. [LNB]Also: Tottenham last night swooped for Christopher Samba in a ?10million deal.[LNB] On the attack: Flower believes there would have been huge fall-out had Bell's run-out happened in Mumbai to an Indian[LNB]DAILY MIRROR: Newcastle rebel Joey Barton is being offered a shock move to Celtic. Also: Manchester City are trying to sign Aaron Lennon from Spurs in a swap deal for Emmanuel Adebayor. [LNB]Also: Andre Villas-Boas is ready to persuade Roman Abramovich to land AC Milan ace Pato in a ?30million player-plus-cash deal.[LNB]DAILY STAR: Arsenal face the embarrassment of taking two team photographs tomorrow - with and without Cesc Fabregas. [LNB]Also: Juventus are planning a ?10million bid for Chelsea star Alex.[LNB]THE GUARDIAN: Andy Flower has defended England's conduct in having to the run-out appeal against Ian Bell withdrawn, stating that if they had attempted to dismiss Sachin Tendulkar in similar fashion in Mumbai it would have caused 'an international incident. [LNB]Also: Ben Foster has no plans to reverse his decision to take an indefinite break from international football and appears highly unlikely to contemplate returning to the England set-up unless Joe Hart, Fabio Capello's number one, is ruled out.[LNB]DAILY TELEGRAPH: If cause and effect were a given in sport, it would surprise nobody that the England side under Andrew Strauss and Andy Flower are about to become the best team in the world. [LNB]Also: Joey Barton may be forced by Newcastle to train alone until he finds a new club as they feel he has become a poisonous influence in the dressing room.[LNB]DAILY EXPRESS: Joey Barton was forced to train on his own at Newcastle yesterday but has told team-mates he has his heart set on a move to Arsenal and a pay rise. [LNB]Also: England will continue to hit India with ferocious fast bowling after coach Andy Flower yesterday praised the aggressive approach of his bowlers and their ruthless streak in the second Test. [LNB] No turning back: Foster has no plans to reverse his decision to quit international football[LNB] [LNB]

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