From the Back Pages, November 7: Saido Berahino wins first England senior call-up

From the back pages
From the back pages

Saido Berahino’s remarkable rise from refugee to international football player continued this afternoon when the Burundi-born forward was selected for the full England squad for the first time. (The Times)

SERIE A outfit Fiorentina are lining up a shock loan swoop for Arsenal and England star Theo Walcott. (The Express)

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has revealed that he is analysing every single one of Divock Origi’s performances for Lille as he prepares him for life in the Premier League. (The Mirror)

Tottenham Hotspur continued their march towards the Europa League knock-out stages with victory in Greece, yet their shocking second-half display against Asteras Tripolis will be of major concern to Mauricio Pochettino. (The Telegraph)

Chelsea return to Anfield on Saturday seven months after wrecking the Kop’s title dream, with Jose Mourinho’s players promising a lesson in how to handle the pressure of title race. (Daily Mail)

Jenson Button has said he is unable to comment as yet on reports he is to lose his F1 drive at McLaren come the season’s end. (The Guardian)

Amelié Mauresmo is too modest and too self-effacing to want to claim any of the credit for Andy Murray’s achievement in qualifying for next week’s Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, but the Scot himself knows the part his coach has played. (The Independent)