Arsenal and Manchester United are to fight it out to sign Raheem Sterling for £15m, The Sun claim.
It is suggested that the Harlesden teenager’s contract talks at Liverpool have stalled and United’s Sir Alex Ferguson and Gunners boss Arsene Wenger are both looking to capture him.
Liverpool have stepped up their efforts to agree a new contract with Sterling, according to the Daily Mirror, who say Chelsea and Manchester City are interested and that the Anfield club fear they could lose him.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is said to want Sterling’s future to be resolved soon – possibly by the new year.
Meanwhile, QPR are among the clubs interested in signing former Everton midfielder Tim Cahill on loan from New York Red Bulls, the Daily Mail say.
Sunderland are also said to be keen on the 33-year-old Australian, who is believed to favour a temporary return to Everton.
The Daily Star say Frank Lampard will accept an offer to join QPR if he is left out of Chelsea’s Club World Cup game against Corinthians on Sunday.
The Daily Telegraph have an interview with QPR’s Shaun Wright-Phillips, who feels manager Harry Redknapp can get the best out of him.
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