MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Alex Sabella has claimed he has been approached by Manchester City about taking over as manager this summer.
Manchester United’s late-season resurgence should come as no surprise, according to Ashley Young.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Chelsea have submitted an offer for FC Tokyo midfielder Yoshinori Muto, the J League club have confirmed.
Joey Barton has warned Chelsea that QPR are ready to punish them for not taking their west London rivalry seriously on Sunday.
Hugo Lloris is losing his race to recover from a knee injury in time to play for Tottenham against Aston Villa on Saturday.
Arsene Wenger today insisted Jack Wilshere will not leave Arsenal and warned Manchester City they are no longer vulnerable to big-budget rivals.
Darron Gibson’s latest injury setback is “devastating” but the midfielder can rest assured he has proved his worth, insists Roberto Martinez.
Jordan Henderson spent much of the previous night in a labour ward as his wife gave birth to their second child – but he was back to lead Liverpool to Wembley.
John Carver has insisted Rolando Aarons will be back before the end of the season.
Carver has also urged his Newcastle United team to express themselves when they travel to Liverpool on Monday night.
Adam Armstrong has insisted he will remain patient and wait for his chance to shine at Newcastle United.
Santiago Vergini is almost-certain to pen a two-year deal at Sunderland, if the Black Cats remain in the Premier League.
Libor Kozak finally made his long-awaited return from injury last night as Villa U21s beat local rivals Wolves 1-0 at Molineux.
Jack Grealish wants to cement his place in the Villa starting XI as he targets a spot in the team for the forthcoming FA Cup semi-final.
EXPRESS & STAR
West Brom midfielder Chris Brunt is determined to pay a winning tribute to late club icon Jeff Astle.
Steven Nzonzi is happy to hear that Mark Hughes and Peter Coates both want him to stay at Stoke City for the long-term, but his only focus for now is securing a top-half finish.
Stoke City are reportedly among a cluster of clubs monitoring Aston Villa’s U21 captain Kevin Toner.
Nigel Pearson says it is vital Leicester City keep their destiny in their own hands in their quest for Premier League survival.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Garry Monk believes Matt Grimes and Jay Fulton can become major figures in Swansea City’s midfield.
West Ham defender Aaron Cresswell denied that the team already had their flip flops on and were dreaming of their summer holidays, after losing 2-1 to Premier League basement boys Leicester City on Saturday.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Neil Redfearn has urged the powers that be to keep a good thing going at Leeds United, declaring: “I’m tough enough for the job and believe this club can be really successful.”
Nottingham Forest boss Dougie Freedman will fight to keep prize assets Henri Lansbury and Michail Antonio this summer.
Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan is ready to back manager Russell Slade’s plans to strengthen his squad this summer.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Barry Bannan is willing to wait a little longer before finding out if he has passed his Wanderers audition.
Peter Clarke laid the blame for Blackpool’s relegation on a disastrous pre-season – admitting the drop had left him feeling ’empty’.
Brighton boss Chris Hughton will make Rohan Ince part of his long-term plans after rubbishing reports linking him with a move to the Premier League.
Stuart McCall has revealed he expects Shane Ferguson to arrive at Rangers on loan next week.
Rangers loan star Haris Vuckic last night dismissed speculation he will part company with Newcastle United in the summer.