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

03 Aug 2011 06:34:28

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

DAILY MAIL: Jose Enrique will follow Joey Barton and Kevin Nolan out of Newcastle after Liverpool agreed a ?10million fee for the Spanish defender. Toon's tweet revenge! Enrique follows Barton out of Newcastle with ?10m Liverpool switch 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. Flower: There would have been an 'international incident' had Bell run-out row been in India Twitter ye not: Enrique looks set to be joining Barton out of the St James' Park door THE TIMES: Arsenal are facing two serious dilemmas as the new Barclays Premier League season approaches. 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. 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. Also: In the wake of another resounding victory it is natural to pose the question. How good are England? THE SUN: Paul Scholes has backed Wesley Sneijder as the perfect man to replace him at Manchester United. Also: Tottenham last night swooped for Christopher Samba in a ?10million deal. On the attack: Flower believes there would have been huge fall-out had Bell's run-out happened in Mumbai to an Indian 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. Also: Andre Villas-Boas is ready to persuade Roman Abramovich to land AC Milan ace Pato in a ?30million player-plus-cash deal. DAILY STAR: Arsenal face the embarrassment of taking two team photographs tomorrow - with and without Cesc Fabregas. Also: Juventus are planning a ?10million bid for Chelsea star Alex. THE GUARDIAN: Andy Flower has defended England's conduct in having to the run-out appeal against Ian Bell withdrawn, stating that if they had attempted to dismiss Sachin Tendulkar in similar fashion in Mumbai it would have caused 'an international incident. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. No turning back: Foster has no plans to reverse his decision to quit international football


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