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England's Wayne Rooney receives a red card during the Euro 2012 Group G Qualifying match at the City Stadium, Podgorica, Montenegro

England's Wayne Rooney receives a red card during the Euro 2012 Group G Qualifying match at the City Stadium, Podgorica, Montenegro

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WE take a look around the papers for the latest from Arsenal, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Manchester City, Blackburn Rovers, Portsmouth and Bristol City.

DAILY MIRROR: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is set to recruit another Spanish prospect, Jose Rodriguez, after setting up a deal with his club Real Madrid.

Wayne Rooney will not start again for England until he has served his ban at the beginning of the Euro 2012 finals. Real Madrid are ready to offer Carlos Tevez an escape from his Manchester City nightmare.

Blackburn Rovers co-owner Balaji Rao is paying the expenses of three fans who made the trip to see their team in Pune, India.

Portsmouth boss Steve Cotterill is a surprise target for the Bristol City job.

DAILY STAR: Fabio Capello last night told Wayne Rooney: You’re no longer guaranteed to be my No.1 man.

DAILY MAIL: Fabio Capello has axed Wayne Rooney between now and Euro 2012, insisting the Manchester United striker will not start another game after his red card in Montenegro.

DAILY EXPRESS: Wayne Rooney has been told he will not start any of England’s matches between now and Euro 2012, with Fabio Capello also warning he faces a battle to regain a place in his first-choice XI.

INDEPENDENT: Fabio Capello has warned Wayne Rooney that there is no guarantee he will automatically come back into the England team after his ban at Euro 2012, and said the Manchester United striker will not start in friendlies in the build-up to the tournament.