Football Papers: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Evening

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LIVERPOOL ECHO

Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing Queens Park Rangers hitman Charlie Austin.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Inter Milan claim they are hoping to “close the deal” with Yaya Toure soon.

Louis van Gaal has laid out his plans for an end of season shopping spree to secure Champions League success for Manchester United, with Gareth Bale and Mats Hummels among his targets.

Manchester Utd manager Louis van Gaal’s speech at the Player of the Year awards went down well with both the club’s and opposition fans.

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has been included in the England Under-21 provisional squad for this summer’s European Championships.

Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes has launched a scathing attack at Tottenham, blaming his former club for Erik Lamela and Roberto Soldado’s struggles since arriving at White Hart Lane.

Arsene Wenger believes that Francis Coquelin would receive greater recognition had he cost £40million in January rather than joining Arsenal on a free transfer seven years ago.

David De Gea’s partner Edurne Garcia hopes her goalkeeper boyfriend will be on hand to support her at the Eurovision Song Contest.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle United’s hopes of signing Danny Ings are now riding on Sunday’s clash with West Ham United.

John Carver says that the haunting feeling of relegation in 2009 will be used as a “motivational tool” this week at Newcastle United’s Benton base.

John Carver has urged his players to avoid taking in any of the build-up to the Premier League’s final weekend of the season.

Dick Advocaat says goal difference could be crucial in the relegation battle – and Sunderland must avoid the cardinal sin of another Crystal Palace-style collapse.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Dick Advocaat admits Sunderland have to be mindful of the goal difference column if they are unable to salvage a survival-sealing point at Arsenal tonight.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Andre Green could be named as a surprise inclusion in Aston Villa’s squad for the final Premier League game of the season on Sunday.

New Birmingham City striker Alex Jones is targeting a place in Gary Rowett’s first team after moving across the city from West Bromwich Albion .

EXPRESS & STAR

Darren Fletcher believes Saido Berahino’s West Bromwich Albion team mates would not begrudge the striker a move to a top club this summer.

THE SENTINEL

Mark Hughes will make on-loan Bayer Leverkusen defender Philipp Wollscheid a permanent signing for £2.75m, according to reports in Germany.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Steve Bruce will not expect any favours from Manchester United this weekend but insists Hull City are fully capable of toppling his former club to keep their survival hopes alive.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Brentford owner Matthew Benham has tweeted that Martin Jol is not on the shortlist for the vacant head coach job.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Leeds United are set to unveil Uwe Rosler as their new head coach this afternoon.

NOTTINGHAM POST

Striker Jamie Ward looks set to agree to join Nottingham Forest on a three-year contract, once his Derby County deal expires early next month.

EVENING GAZETTE

Jonathan Woodgate insists Boro go into Monday’s play-off final as underdogs and believes all the pressure is on Norwich to deliver.

Norwich City’s squad visited Wembley yesterday during a two-day stay in the capital as Alex Neil looks to ensure his players aren’t overawed on the big stage.

WALES ONLINE

Ki Sung-Yueng has undergone surgery in a bid to rid the Swansea City midfielder of a knee problem that has lasted two years.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Bolton Wanderers are closing in on the signing of former Sheffield Wednesday striker Gary Madine.

IPSWICH STAR

A 17-year-old football fan has admitted abusing Ipswich’s Tyrone Mings after police were called by a television viewer 180 miles away.

THE STAR

Steven Davies will be invited to discuss a move to Sheffield United following his release by Blackpool.

EVENING TIMES

Dave King has promised to pour his money into Rangers quickly after being given the OK by the Scottish Football Association to move into the role of chairman.

Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon, today named Scotland’s Player of the Year as voted for by the Scottish Football Writers’ Association, has revealed he came very close to hanging up his gloves last summer after spending two frustrating years on the sidelines.

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