LONDON EVENING STANDARD
John Terry is prepared to sign a one-year contract to stay at Chelsea and looks certain to remain at Stamford Bridge next season.
Former Arsenal star Dennis Bergkamp is one of the contenders to replace Michael Laudrup at Swansea.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Stevan Jovetic has revealed he turned down Real Madrid to sign for Manchester City in the summer.
David Moyes’ search for a powerful central midfielder is gathering pace and will be his number one priority when the United manager details his summer dealings.
Thomas Ince turned down a move to Liverpool last month, according to the winger’s father Paul.
Liverpool are ready to offer Italian forward Fabio Borini as bait in their pursuit of Sunderland winger Adam Johnson.
Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer has questioned why there was no “communication” from anybody at St James’ Park after Joe Kinnear resigned from his position as director of football.
Joe Kinnear was asked to stand down by Mike Ashley after the Newcastle United owner became dismayed by the terms of the Yohan Cabaye sale.
Black Cats playmaker Ki Sung-Yueng has revealed his happiness with life at Sunderland – even though he admits his contentment does not guarantee he’ll be back at the Stadium of Light next season.
Steven Fletcher could be facing a sustained spell on the sidelines, with the striker’s Achilles injury worse than first feared.
Charles N’Zogbia is expected to play for Aston Villa again this season after Paul Lambert dismissed suggestions the injured winger’s claret and blue career is over.
Carson Yeung’s double resignation does not herald the beginning of the end of his Birmingham City tenure.
EXPRESS & STAR
Wolves dangerman Nouha Dicko was today told he has the makings of a top-class centre forward by boss Kenny Jacket.
Defender Gareth McAuley today claimed Albion’s quiet January transfer window could help their fight against Premier League relegation.
Stoke City are being urged to consider several supporter-led ideas to try to woo back the 3,000 season-ticket holders who were lost last summer.
Leyton Orient manager Russell Slade and defender Scott Cuthbert have been nominated for League One’s January awards.
Rene Meulensteen insists he doesn’t fear the sack despite seeing his Fulham side dumped out of the FA Cup by League One strugglers Sheffield United last night.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Swansea City Supporters’ Trust have given their backing to the club’s decision to axe Michael Laudrup.
Swansea City will be left with a huge compensation bill after the decision to sack Michael Laudrup – with the cost threatening to be as much as £5m
THE PINK UN
Norwich City should beware the ‘bouncebackability’ of Premier League’s big boys.
Sebastien Bassong is enjoying the spotlight as Norwich City captaincy – now his injury worries are behind him.
THE DAILY ECHO
Saints boss Mauricio Pochettino has been linked with Real Madrid in today’s national press.
Andy Carroll furious as suspension rules him out for three games.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Matty Fryatt could still play his way to a new Hull City deal if his goal-scoring form continues until the end of the season.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds United accepted a seven-figure loan from Massimo Cellino in advance of the Italian’s as yet incomplete takeover.
Sheffield Wednesday were on Massimon Cellino’s radar first according to reports.
Steve McClaren says Jamie Ward showed what a threat he is in Derby County’s draw at Birmingham City.
Leicester City are officially the third best team in Europe on current form.
Blackburn Rovers boss Gary Bowyer has hailed the return of Corry Evans to full fitness as like having a new signing
THE BOLTON NEWS
Bolton Wanderers are praying Jermaine Beckford will prove his fitness before Saturday’s clash with Bournemouth
WIGAN EVENING POST
Uwe Rosler believes Markus Holgersson possesses all the attributes to become a star at Wigan Athletic.
Karl Oyston says any Blackpool supporters planning protests against him are wasting their time.
Middlesbrough’s Lee Tomlin is aiming to nail down a regular place in Aitor Karanka’s team and help the club finish in the top six.
Nigel Clough saluted his Sheffield United players following their dramatic FA Cup victory over Fulham.
Martin Paterson has no doubt
Huddersfield Town’s squad will put in the “hard work” which is needed to ensure their Championship campaign gets back on track.
Brighton’s David Lopez has backed his jet-heeled Spanish namesake to make a rapid transition to English football.
World Cup football is heading to the Amex – with England taking on Montenegro in a Women’s World Cup qualifier.
Ipswich Town new boy Frazer Richardson says the team spirit at the club ‘smacked him in the face’ the minute he walked into the Playford Road training ground.
The Hornets will not be targeting any more signings when the loan window re-opens later this week.
Dean Court old boy Danny Hollands has given Cherries’ new signing Yann Kermorgant a glowing reference, hailing the striker as “a great all-rounder”.
Prince Bauben has vowed to make an attacking midfield berth at Partick Thistle his own this season
Alloa boss Paul Hartley is expected to be appointed manager of Dundee following the departure of John Brown.