Paper round-up: Mail say Noble could be axed

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The Daily Mail say captain Mark Noble could lose his place in the West Ham side.

Hammers boss Manuel Pellegrini is said to be concerned by a lack of mobility in his midfield after a poor start to the season.

The Mail say Noble could be replaced by Pedro Obiang or new signing Carlos Sanchez in his midfield role.

Meanwhile, Tottenham defender Cameron Carter-Vickers could be set for another loan move, according to the Daily Mirror.

The American had a spell on loan at Sheffield United last season and the Mirror say the Blades’ city rivals Sheffield Wednesday are among three Championship clubs keen to snap him up.

Ipswich and Swansea are also said to be keen on Carter-Vickers ahead of the loan window closing at the end of the month.

Tottenham are likely to move their match against Manchester City in October to avoid a fixture clash with an American football game, the Daily Mail reports.

The Daily Mail also declare that Aaron Ramsey’s future at Arsenal is “on the line” after he was dropped by boss Unai Eemery, while the Daily Telegraph say Gunners chief executive Ivan Gazidis is agonising over whether to leave the club for AC Milan.

The Daily Mirror claim Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek could seek a loan move to Spain, where the transfer window remains open until the end of the month.

The Daily Telegraph say Chelsea want Loftus-Cheek to stay and fight for his place despite the England international being unhappy about being overlooked by boss Maurizio Sarri.

The Telegraph also say Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham is unconvinced joining Aston Villa on loan would be a good move.

Eden Hazard will be offered a five-year contract by Chelsea but will only commit his long-term future to the club if they return to the Champions League, The Sun say.

The Telegraph say Stoke are set to make Brentford an offer for midfielder Ryan Woods.

And Charlton staff are considering legal action against owner Roland Duchatelet over unpaid bonuses, the Daily Mail reports. 




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