LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Jurgen Klopp has turned down the opportunity to take over the Mexico national team, according to the head of the country’s football association.
Jose Mourinho insists he has not fallen out with any of his Chelsea players, despite dropping more first-team stars ahead of last night’s 2-1 defeat to Porto.
Iker Casillas has claimed that he wasn’t concerned about beating Jose Mourinho as his Porto side overcame Chelsea 2-1 in the Estadio do Dragao.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Louis van Gaal has set Manchester United a target of three home wins to secure qualification to the Champions League knockout stages.
Kevin de Bruyne has warned Manchester City that they will be up against one of the best pure footballing sides in Germany tomorrow night.
Young Liverpool FC winger Sheyi Ojo continued his impressive loan spell at Wolves by inspiring them to a 3-0 win over Fulham in the Championship.
Dick Advocaat hopes Will Buckley’s loan move to Leeds United will herald the departure of more fringe players.
Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood believes that new signing Idrissa Gana is a ‘monster’ on the pitch.
The receivers in control of Birmingham City’s parent company have confirmed negotiations with potential new owners Trillion Trophy Asia are ongoing – and that trading in shares in BIHL remains suspended.
Midfielder Joey Barton is pushing for his first Burnley start, after admitting he had mixed feelings about his debut.
GET WEST LONDON
QPR boss Chris Ramsey is safe for now – but things have to improve, says Director of Football Les Ferdinand.
Out-of-favour Chelsea skipper John Terry has offers to end in his career in China and Turkey, according to reports.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has given fresh backing to Uwe Rosler, saying Rosler is “the coach I was looking for” and vowing to keep his promise of time in the job.
Russell Slade has revealed Cardiff City were forced to ask Manchester United for help find a cure for Federico Macheda’s injury problems.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Bolton manager Neil Lennon has been forced back to the drawing board after missing out on two of his priority striker signings. Charlton Athletic’s Igor Vetokele and Bournemouth’s Yann Kermorgant slipped through the net, leaving the Wanderers boss facing an uphill struggle to land a new signing before the weekend’s trip to QPR.
Watford’s attacking midfielder Alessandro Diamanti says Watford is a “new world” compared to his former Premier League side West Ham United.