WE take a look around the news for the latest from Arsenal, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Bolton Wanderers, Swansea City, West Bromwich Albion and Wigan Athletic.
DAILY MAIL: Chelsea are considering a move for Liverpool midfielder Raul Meireles, but may also table an improved offer for Spurs playmaker Luka Modric.
Roberto Mancini last night backed his record signing Sergio Aguero to get even better after the Argentina striker scored twice on a sensational debut for Manchester City. Also: The BBC Sports Personality of the Year contest is moving from its traditional Sunday date and will be staged just three days before Christmas so that two of the favourites, Darren Clarke and Rory McIlroy, can attend in person.
West Brom are planning to demand £8m for striker Peter Odemwingie, after rejecting a £4m offer from Wigan.
THE TIMES: Bolton are to offer Liverpool £4m plus add-ons for striker David Ngog, and are also in talks with Man City over winger Shaun Wright- Phillips.
Sergio Aguero announced his arrival in English football with two goals in a mouthwatering cameo as he helped to inspire his new club to a commanding 4-0 victory over Swansea City last night. Also: Arsene Wenger last night insisted that he will not be pressured into spending the £36million generated by the sale of Cesc Fabregas as it emerged that Arsenal have negotiated an option to buy the player back from Barcelona.
THE SUN: Sergio Aguero lit up the Etihad with a stunning two-goal debut. Also: Theo Walcott is facing the wrath of England coach Fabio Capello over his revelations about the hardline boss.
THE MIRROR: Arsenal have first refusal to buy back Cesc Fabregas as part of the £40 million deal that took the midfield star to Barcelona. Also: Sergio Aguero provided a stunning cameo on his Manchester City debut as Roberto Mancini’s side got their title challenge off to a flying start.
DAILY EXPRESS: Arsene Wenger has admitted Arsenal sold Cesc Fabregas on the cheap after the midfielder finally completed his dream return to Barcelona. Also: John Obi Mikel last night issued an emotional appeal for the return of his father Michael, missing for three days after being abducted.
DAILY STAR: Arsene Wenger claimed Barcelona got Cesc Fabregas on the cheap after the midfielder finally completed his £40m transfer. Also: Sergio Aguero made an instant impact on his Manchester City debut last night.
THE INDEPENDENT: Cesc Fabregas said not lifting a trophy as Arsenal captain was the biggest regret of his career as he finally signed for Barcelona yesterday. Also: Arsene Wenger insists that his squad is good enough to compete this season, despite a looming midfield crisis.
THE GUARDIAN: The Chelsea midfielder Mikel John Obi has delivered an emotional appeal for the release of his father, Michael, after he was abducted on Friday in his native Nigeria. Also: Cesc Fabregas completed his move to Barcelona but not before shedding a tear of gratitude to Arsene Wenger and Arsenal.
DAILY TELEGRAPH: Arsene Wenger has taken Arsenal to the final of every major club competition in football but was still asked whether Tuesday night’s Champions League qualifier against Udinese was the biggest match of his career. Also: Theo Walcott faces a reprimand from Fabio Capello and censure from several senior players when the England squad gather for next month’s Euro 2012 qualifiers.