From the Back Pages, September 1: Liverpool sign Victor Moses from Chelsea on one-season loan for £1m

From the back pages
From the back pages

Liverpool are to take Victor Moses on loan from Chelsea after the clubs finally agreed a £1m fee for the season-long switch by the Nigeria winger. (The Guardian)

Wayne Rooney is OUT of today’s Anfield clash with Liverpool after a horror training ground accident left him with a serious gash on his forehead, write Steve Bates. (The Mirror)

REAL MADRID’s final bill to buy Gareth Bale could top an incredible £150million. (The Express)

Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United will lead one final splurge in the two days of the transfer window that will take summer spending by Premier League clubs beyond the previous record of £500 million. That was set as long ago as 2008, the year Manchester City were taken over by the Abu Dhabi Group. (The Independent)

Jose Mourinho will make a last-ditch appeal to Roman Abramovich to sign an A-list striker before the transfer window closes after becoming disenchanted with the firepower on offer at Chelsea. (Daily Mail)

Arsene Wenger is targeting Schalke’s Julian Draxler and Real’s Kaka in a frantic bid to bolster his injury-hit squad. (The Telegraph)

Australia may have endured a long wait to enjoy their first victory against England this summer but it proved only a temporary success. Only two days after celebrating an emphatic win in the opening Twenty20 international, they suffered an equally convincing defeat to ensure the two-match series was levelled. (The Times)