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Liverpool's Andy Carroll
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WE take a look around the papers for the latest from Blackburn Rovers, Leicester City, West Ham United, Everton, Liverpool, Arsenal, Barcelona, Manchester City and QPR.

DAILY STAR: Andy Carroll has been ordered for a second time to cut out his boozing.

DAILY MIRROR: Controversial ex-Blackburn Rovers striker El-Hadji Diouf is a shock target for big-spending Leicester boss Sven-Goran Eriksson after leaving the Ewood Park club. Diouf, who is a free agent, is also wanted by West Ham, but will consider all offers, including those from the US and Qatar, before making a decision.

Everton’s Joseph Yobo wants club owner Bill Kenwright to let him join Turkish giants Fenerbahce on loan for the season. The Toffees want to sell Yobo and are looking for a fee before the Turkish transfer deadline on Monday.

Fabio Capello has told Andy Carroll he must shape up on and off the pitch to win back his England place.

THE INDEPENDENT: Fabio Capello has warned Andy Carroll he has to get himself into shape before he can be considered a potential England starter, ahead of tomorrow’s Euro 2012 qualifier against Wales at Wembley.

DAILY EXPRESS: Jack Wilshere has been told to rest his injured ankle for up to three months - or risk ruining his Euro 2012 dream.

DAILY MAIL: Barcelona vice-president Josep Maria Bartomeu believes the club’s £35m acquisition of midfielder Cesc Fabregas from Arsenal was “a very good deal”.

THE SUN: The FA were last night urged to quiz Manchester City’s chief executive after a vile email was sent from his account to the cancer-ridden mother of a club player. Also: Fabio Capello fears Andy Carroll is out of condition and has told the Liverpool star: Get fit!

THE GUARDIAN: Fabio Capello retains faith in Frank Lampard as a key member of the England set-up despite omitting him for the victory in Bulgaria last week, with the national manager contemplating recalling the midfielder for the Euro 2012 qualifier against Wales tomorrow.