LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Arsene Wenger insists he has no regrets after passing up the opportunity to re-sign Cesc Fabregas during the summer.
Rio Ferdinand has leapt to the defence of Raheem Sterling, claiming that England players are ‘too proud’ to rest when they feel fatigued.
Mario Balotelli has vowed to show his ‘genius’ at Liverpool after suffering a difficult start on his return to the Premier League.
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud is “ahead of schedule” in his recovery from a broken leg, according to manager Arsene Wenger.
Tottenham are interested in hiring Sevilla sporting director Monchi at the end of the season.
West Ham are unlikely to consider any bids for club-record signing Andy Carroll.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea admits he’s still got work to do to become Spain’s No 1 despite making his competitive debut on Sunday.
England coach Roy Hodgson denied he had decided to substitute Wayne Rooney immediately before the captain’s winning goal against Estonia.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini accepts Sergio Aguero will have to prove he can stay free of injury if the Argentine international is to challenge for the accolade of the world’s best.
Liverpool’s commercial chief Billy Hogan has revealed the Reds will look at selling the naming rights to the club’s new Main Stand.
Romelu Lukaku has revealed he turned down the chance to join Juventus in the summer – and says Everton are the “perfect” club for him.
Tony Hibbert believes Everton have unearthed a potential star in Tyias Browning.
Mike Ashley’s grip on Newcastle United is unlikely to loosen anytime soon – with developments of a £4billion TV jackpot soon to unfold.
Alan Shearer has warned Alan Pardew’s Newcastle United that there can be “no more excuses” as the Magpies’ season reaches a critical stage.
Alan Pardew is still set to lose at least two of his key men – Papiss Cisse and Cheick Tiote – to the African Cup of Nations in the new year – despite a call for the tournament to be scrapped.
Rob Elliot has been put on red alert by Newcastle United ahead of Saturday’s clash with Leicester City after Tim Krul picked up an elbow injury on international duty with Holland.
Sunderland skipper John O’Shea is set to win his 100th cap for the Republic of Ireland against world champions Germany tomorrow night.
Jack Rodwell admits it has been a bit of a culture change adapting to the contrasting style of Sunderland after moving from Premier League champions Manchester City.
Sunderland striker Jozy Altidore has shrugged off suggestions that Burnley could be interested suitors in the January transfer window.
Roy Keane has said he will quit Aston Villa if his work with the Republic of Ireland suffers.
Lee Clark has hailed Birmingham City youngsters Koby Arthur and Demarai Gray.
Alan Irvine believes West Bromwich Albion defender Gareth McAuley could earn another deal as he enters the final few months of his existing contract.
Aston Villa midfielder Ashley Westwood is dreaming of an England call-up after listening to his team-mates’ tales from the top.
Wolves boss Kenny Jackett has delivered a vote of confidence to his back four.
EXPRESS & STAR
Wolves look set to offer American striker Juan Agudelo a deal to make him their latest signing.
Defender Gareth McAuley could still win a new West Brom deal, according to boss Alan Irvine.
Stoke skipper Ryan Shawcross is happy to pass the buck to boss Mark Hughes in any Marc Wilson or Robert Huth debate.
THE DAILY ECHO
Former Southampton star Gordon Watson insists Dusan Tadic is better than the man he has replaced, Adam Lallana.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City will welcome Nikica Jelavic back into the fold today after he dramatically quit international football with Croatia over the weekend.
Blackburn Rovers captain Grant Hanley has pulled out of the Scotland squad for their Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland tomorrow night due to a knee injury.
West Ham striker Diafra Sakho says Europe must do more to curb the outbreak of the Ebola virus right now or face serious trouble in the future.
West Ham have their best squad since the arrival of Sam Allardyce at Upton Park, according to his assistant Neil McDonald.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Former Leeds United forward Luciano Becchio will miss out on a reunion with his former club at the New York Stadium on Friday night, with the Rotherham United loanee revealing he has broken his ankle.
Former Leeds United manager Brian McDermott insists he could have been the man to transform the fortunes of the club under Massimo Cellino – if he was granted another year in charge.
Defender Richard Keogh is returning early to Derby County after being ruled out of the Republic of Ireland’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Germany due to injury.
Derby County midfielder Will Hughes – who has an ankle injury – will travel with the England Under-21 squad for the second leg of their European Championship qualifying play-off second leg against Croatia.
Stuart Pearce believes Kelvin Wilson is only going to get stronger for Nottingham Forest.
THE PINK UN
Luciano Becchio faces a race for fitness to make another Rotherham United appearance this year, after injury struck over the international break.
Daniel Ayala believes Boro will come straight out of the blocks when action resumes after the international break.
THE BOLTON NEWS
New Bolton manager Neil Lennon will get an early boost with the news that two key first team players – David Wheater and Liam Trotter – are closing in on a return to fitness.
New Bolton Wanderers boss Neil Lennon met his squad for the first time this morning, assuring his players that everyone starts with a “clean slate.”
Tony McMahon insists Blackpool’s season is far from a write-off and he’s backing his team to cause some shocks.
Paddy McCourt is making a strong case to play a key role for Brighton.
Ipswich Town will assess the fitness of key duo Daryl Murphy and Jonny Williams ahead of Saturday’s Championship visit of Blackburn Rovers after both picked up knocks playing for their international sides over the weekend.
Nigel Clough says Sheffield United are poised to administer a hiding to one unlucky opponent after hailing the spirit and camaraderie within his team.
Defenders Nick Kuipers and Luke Chambers – who play for Maastricht and Ipswich respectively – are the latest players linked to Huddersfield Town.
Jeff Mostyn has hailed Eddie Howe’s “outstanding leadership qualities” and says the Cherries boss “breathed new life” into the club on his return two years ago today.
Kris Boyd will rediscover his scoring touch with Rangers when his old strike partner Kenny Miller returns to the first team, according to former Gers midfielder Ian Murray.
Former Celtic boss Neil Lennon was today backed by Kevin Davies to turn around the fortunes of Bolton Wanderers.