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

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Manchester United are ready to use Belgium winger Adnan Januzaj in their bid to land PSV and Holland star Memphis Depay, report talkSPORT.

Former England and Tottenham striker Jimmy Greaves is in intensive care after suffering a stroke over the weekend.

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Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart issued a warning to Jose Mourinho’s newly-crowned Chelsea squad after Sunday’s victory over Tottenham.

Former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong enjoyed Floyd Mayweather’s victory over Manny Pacquiao more than most, with the American’s victory netting the 23-year-old nearly £30,000.

Manager Arsene Wenger says Thierry Henry is “wrong” to claim Arsenal need to buy four new players and cannot win the title with striker Olivier Giroud.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Wilfried Bony has revealed his frustration over his disappointing start at Manchester City.

Oldham Athletic are set to name Darren Kelly as their new manager. The 35-year-old is currently an academy coach at Sunderland and holds a UEFA Pro License qualification.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Tranmere expect to name the new manager on Tuesday who will take the club into the Conference next season.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Alan Shearer believes Newcastle United players have had it “too easy for too long” during their abysmal run of form in 2015.

Fabricio Coloccini insists the uncertainty over Newcastle United’s head coach position is not the reason behind the team’s eight-game losing streak.

Touched after a “lot of lows” by the “huge lift” of a standing ovation by Sunderland supporters, Danny Graham insists of far greater importance on Saturday was a “massive” victory over Southampton.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Lee Cattermole insists it’s a case of the more, the merrier in the relegation dogfight after Sunderland dragged rivals Newcastle back into the scrap for survival.

Manager Dick Advocaat sensed the determination of his Sunderland players to register a pivotal win, before they had even kicked-off against Southampton.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Darren Fletcher revealed Tony Pulis had given West Bromwich Albion the belief they could shock Manchester United.

Tim Sherwood has told Villa’s crowd-pleasers that he would gladly sacrifice the entertainment value for three scrappy Premier League wins.

Tony Pulis says that both he and his playing staff are in limbo as far as new contracts are concerned because of the possibility of a takeover at West Brom.

EXPRESS & STAR

Wolves winger Bakary Sako has confirmed he has offers from West Brom and Aston Villa plus other Premier League clubs as he vowed to stay in England.

Old Trafford hero Boaz Myhill admits his West Brom future is uncertain despite his man-of-the-match display helping the Baggies beat Manchester United.

THE SENTINEL

Mark Hughes is ready to give Jack Butland the rest of the season in goal and so possibly end Asmir Begovic’s career at Stoke City.

THE DAILY ECHO

Ronald Koeman was refusing to rule out catching Liverpool in the final weeks of the season, but admitted Southampton’s recent away form is causing them problems in the race for Europe.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Steve Bruce is calling on his Hull City side to maintain full focus and belief as their fight against relegation continues with the visit of high-flying Arsenal tonight.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Stand-in skipper Matt Kilgallon insists age can be no excuse for Blackburn Rovers next season.

Fans’ favourite David Dunn had to hold back the tears as he bade an emotional farewell to his beloved Blackburn Rovers.

LEICESTER MERCURY

Nigel Pearson has had a tough week but he said his Leicester City side’s 3-0 win over Newcastle was the perfect tonic.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Chelsea captain John Terry appeared to have a pop at former manager Rafael Benitez after winning the Premier League.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Neil Redfearn repeated his call for a swift decision on his future and that of players in Leeds United’s squad after the club finished their season with a goalless draw against Rotherham United.

NOTTINGHAM POST

Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al Hasawi has thanked fans for their support this season – and told them he hopes the next one is ‘much better’.

THE PINK UN

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy is not bothered if the Blues are written off ahead of their Championship play-off semi-final tussles against East Anglian rivals Norwich City.

EVENING GAZETTE

Steve Gibson will have been touched that he was hailed by Middlesbrough supporters before the Brighton game, according to his nephew and Boro first-team fixture Ben Gibson.

Boro’s Championship double over Brentford will count for nothing when the teams clash in the play-offs, warns Aitor Karanka.

WALES ONLINE

Russell Slade insists he will be in charge of Cardiff City next season and plans talks with owner Vincent Tan in the coming days to discuss the way forward.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Describing the “mountain” of work he will undertake this summer to turn Bolton Wanderers around, Neil Lennon rolled up his sleeves as he prepares to get stuck in at the Macron.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Gary Caldwell watched Wigan Athletic draw the curtain on a wretched campaign – then promised a ‘totally different team, both in terms of personnel and approach’ will be in place by the start of next term.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

Blackpool fans today said there was “civil war” at Bloomfield Road as calls for the Oystons to step down amid a season of catastrophic publicity reached fever pitch.

READING POST

Jem Karacan says he will only sign a new deal at Reading if the club prove they want him to stay.

Steve Clarke says Derby’s fans got what they deserved when Adam Federici pushed aside Darren Bent’s penalty during Reading’s 3-0 win at the iPro Stadium yesterday. The Royals’ ‘keeper found himself coming in for plenty of stick during the early stages of the contest in the east Midlands.

THE ARGUS

Brighton are mounting a European-wide hunt for another goalkeeper so that Christian Walton can go out on loan next season.

IPSWICH STAR

Mick McCarthy has played and managed in enough fierce derby matches not to be phased by Ipswich Town facing regional rivals Norwich City in a two-legged Championship play-off semi-final.

HUDDERSFIELD EXAMINER

Jacob Butterfield had the praise of manager Chris Powell ringing in his ears as he was crowned Huddersfield Town’s Player of the Year.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

Boss Eddie Howe led Bournemouth to the Championship title and then played down talk of being tipped as a future England manager.

EVENING TIMES

Rangers boss Stuart McCall will adopt an ultra-defensive game plan in a bid to avoid a hat-trick of defeats against Queen of the South at bogey ground Palmerston Park.

Ronny Deila today told Celtic hitman Leigh Griffiths: Start next season the way you finished this one and you’ll break the 30-goal barrier.

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