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

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Tottenham cancelled an agreement to let Erik Lamela go to Marseille in the final hours of the transfer window amid doubts over their move for Saido Berahino, the French club’s president has confirmed

PFA chief Gordon Taylor has urged Saido Berahino not to go on strike following the collapse of his proposed transfer to Tottenham.

The president of the Spanish Professional Football League (LFP) has backed Real Madrid in their war of words with Manchester United over David de Gea.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Man Utd manager Louis van Gaal is ready to reintroduce David de Gea to his first-team squad.

Manchester City have been warned that Paul Pogba will cost them even more if they revive their interest in him next summer.

Pedro has hit out at Louis van Gaal’s treatment of Victor Valdes – but insists it is not the reason why he didn’t join Manchester United.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Reports in Spain say Barcelona are keen on signing Andriy Yarmolenko – who was monitored by Everton over the summer – in the January window.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Charlie Austin wants a 100 per cent pay rise to sign a new deal for QPR – and even then, the talismanic striker will demand a buy-out clause should Rangers fail to get promotion.

Excited fans got a glimpse into Chelsea’s future at an exhibition unveiling the expansion proposals for Stamford Bridge. 

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle have laughed off reports in Italy saying the club made a late bid to sign Ashley Cole from Roma.

Senegal striker Moussa Sow has revealed he turned down a move to the Premier League, reportedly to join either West Ham United or Sunderland.

Emanuele Giaccherini insists his spell with Sunderland was “wonderful”, and that he is not averse to a return to English football.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

New Sunderland signing DeAndre Yedlin has spoken of his relief at joining the club on loan.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

West Bromwich Albion striker Saido Berahino appears to be making the most of his leave without absence – by jetting away from the Midlands.

Tim Sherwood insists he had the final say on Aston Villa’s signings, saying it’s his neck on the line if they fail.

EXPRESS & STAR

Wolves boss Kenny Jackett has defended the club’s controversial decision to sell Richard Stearman.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has hit back at West Brom after his counterpart Jeremy Peace said Saido Berahino was “unsettled” by interest from White Hart Lane.

THE SENTINEL

Marc Muniesa says he never had any doubt that Stoke is the right place to help him fulfil his star potential after being handed a regular first-team spot.

Stoke chairman Peter Coates says Jon Walters is part of the very “heartbeat of the team”.

THE DAILY ECHO

Victor Wanyama says he will “fully concentrate” on Southampton and give his best for the club, after they denied his request to leave before the transfer window closed.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Lukas Jutkiewicz could miss the rest of the season after being diagnosed with a cruciate knee ligament injury – Burnley’s fifth such injury in the past 18 months and fourth since January 1 this year.

LEICESTER MERCURY

New signing Nathan Dyer says he can add a different dimension to Leicester City.

Liam Moore said he made sure his loan switch to Bristol City was right for him before agreeing to leave the King Power Stadium.

According to the stats, Jamie Vardy should be England manager Roy Hodgson’s pick to partner Wayne Rooney against San Marino on Saturday.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Manchester United’s hopes of signing Gareth Bale next summer could be over following the collapse of David de Gea’s move to Real Madrid.

Ben Davies says Wales team-mate Ashley Williams is good enough to play in the Champions League.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

Derby County’s new record signing Bradley Johnson has spoken out about his deadline day gaffe, when he called the club “Derby City”. Derby is back under local ownership after Mel Morris completed the purchase of the football club from its American owners.

NOTTINGHAM POST

Michail Antonio has been backed to become a ‘star player’ at West Ham United, following his switch from Nottingham Forest.

Forest remain confident they have landed a trio of new additions – but are cautiously refusing to officially announce their signings until they have received official approval.

THE PINK UN

Loan signing Matt Jarvis says he is ready and raring to go after joining Norwich City from Premier League rivals West Ham United.

WALES ONLINE

Swansea City could end up selling Andre Ayew for as much as £74m in the future, according to the man who guided his development at previous club Marseille.

Cardiff boss Russell Slade says new signing Idriss Saadi was being scouted as a potential target for some time before making the switch a day before the deadline.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Wigan’s new signing Haris Vuckic is desperate to make an instant impression against Chesterfield this weekend.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

Blackpool have signed experienced midfielder David Norris until the end of the season.

IPSWICH STAR

Mick McCarthy doesn’t expect to be adding to his Ipswich Town squad when the Emergency Loan Window opens next Thursday.

Defender Tommy Smith has hailed Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy’s recruitment drive.

THE STAR

Daniel Pudil says it took just two minutes for him to fall in love with Sheffield Wednesday.

HUDDERSFIELD EXAMINER

Former Huddersfield Town wideman Adam Hammill is being linked with Scottish club Partick Thistle.

Huddersfield could potentially collect £6m for Jacob Butterfield, who joined Derby on deadline day.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

Eddie Howe believes Glenn Murray will add a “different dimension” for Bournemouth and is convinced Joe Bennett has “everything the modern day left-back needs”.

 Genoa claim to have rejected an £11.4m bid from “an English club” for Diego Perotti, who was believed to be a target for both Bournemouth and Watford.

EVENING TIMES

Ronny Deila believes that Celtic fans should reserve judgement on Nadir Ciftci until the striker gets a regular run of games in the Hoops’ first team.

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