LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Diego Costa’s older brother has revealed that the Chelsea striker has always lost his temper while playing football because the Spain international never wants to be beaten on the pitch.
Former Tottenham striker Roberto Soldado has favourited a Tweet posted by Tottenham’s official account that confirmed Franco Baldini had left his role at White Hart Lane.
Thibaut Courtois has given Chelsea fans another update on his recovery from knee surgery after posting a picture of him continuing his rehabilitation by swimming.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger is happy to help rising stars Anthony Martial and Memphis Depay to hit their potential.
Chris Smalling can become the rock of Manchester United’s defence for years to come, according to former defensive stalwart Viv Anderson.
Liverpool fullback Alberto Moreno has spoken of his delight a winning back his place in the Liverpool side.
Romelu Lukaku insists he was convinced that Everton were not going to lose at West Brom on Monday night, even when they were 2-0 down.
Newcastle striker Ayoze Perez believes he can score ‘many goals together’ with Aleksandar Mitrovic.
Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat may be the man under pressure, but Yann M’Vila says the players must take responsibility for the club’s shocking start.
Chancel Mbemba has revealed his only motivation at St James’ Park is to be a success in a Newcastle United shirt – no matter who the opposition are.
According to reports, Italian coach Walter Mazzarri has been mentioned as a possible long-term replacement for Dick Advocaat.
Adama Traore got a valuable 62 minutes under his belt as Aston Villa U21s slipped to a 1-0 defeat to rivals West Bromwich Albion last night.
Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland should be given an opportunity to play for England, says Potters team-mate Jakob Haugaard.
THE DAILY ECHO
Sadio Mane has spoken out for the first time about the transfer speculation that linked him with a move to Manchester United and insisted he is happy at Saints.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Steve Bruce believes goalkeeper Allan McGregor is slowly rebuilding his confidence as Hull City’s number one after enduring a tough start to the Championship season.
Andre Gray has a “strong chance” of returning for Friday night’s showdown with managerless Rotherham United, says Burnley manager Sean Dyche.
THE PINK UN
Norwich manager Alex Neil says a striker shortage is not a problem for him, as he only has two strikers – Cameron Jerome and Dieumerci Mbokani – in his squad.
Crawley could put new signing Josh Yorwerth into a Football League survival scrap tonight -less than a week after he faced Wayne Rooney at Old Trafford for Ipswich.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy admits it’s going to be impossible keeping all of his players happy, but says he has no intention of loaning out recent signings Tommy Oar and Piotr Malarczyk.
Young Swedish striker Rafael York is travelling to England today to undertake a ten day trial at Watford.