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Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will consider a move for Michael Owen after seeing his goal shy side comprehensively beaten by Arsenal at Anfield. According to the DAILY MAIL

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers revealed he will “ask the question” about a loan deal for Didier Drogba and Michael Owen after being left high and dry in the transfer window. According to the DAILY MIRROR.

Sunderland have also made contact with Michael Owen, who is a free agent after being released by Manchester United. METRO.

A rift has opened between Liverpool’s owners and manager Brendan Rodgers, who is interested in signing free agent Michael Owen. According to THE GUARDIAN.

Radamel Falcao, the Colombia striker whose hat-trick shot down Chelsea in the European Super Cup, may join the London club in January. According to the DAILY MAIL.

Swansea boss Michael Laudrup admits he will have to raid the Bosman market to replace injured left-back Neil Taylor who has fractured an ankle. DAILY MAIL.

Martin Jol will rebuild his new Fulham team around Dimitar Berbatov after admitting his Bulgarian forward only came to Craven Cottage to play with Moussa Dembele. DAILY MIRROR.

Raul Meireles could be on his way out of Chelsea after Fenerbahce expressed an interest in signing the Portuguese midfielder. METRO.

Defiant England boss Roy Hodgson has defended his decision to include John Terry and club- mate Frank Lampard in his 24- man squad for the World Cup qualifiers. DAILY MAIL.

West Brom boss Steve Clarke is hoping to persuade defender Jonas Olsson to sign a new contract at the Hawthorns. According to the DAILY EXPRESS.

West Ham’s new striker Andy Carroll is “gutted” after suffering a hamstring injury on his debut that forced him to pull out of the start of England’s World Cup qualifying campaign. DAILY MAIL.

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