LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Alan Pardew is unlikely to face disciplinary action from the FA for post-match comments about referee Mark Clattenburg. After Palace fans chanted, “Mark Clattenburg, it’s all about you,” Pardew insisted officials should be subject to criticism and added: “I thought the fans had it just about right about Mark”.
Leeds made contact with Harry Redknapp over the vacant manager’s job at Elland Road before former Rotherham boss Steve Evans was appointed on Monday.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Samir Nasri will struggle to be fit for Manchester City’s Champions League clash with Sevilla after picking up a hamstring problem against Bournemouth.
Wilfried Bony, Yaya Toure, John Terry and Memphis Depay would all be deemed ‘overweight,’ if they were judged by NHS guidelines.
Carlo Ancelotti says he was not approached to take over at Liverpool before Jurgen Klopp’s appointment at Anfield.
Danny Ings will undergo knee surgery on Tuesday – but has not given up hope of playing again this season. The Liverpool striker has suffered a “clean tear” of his cruciate ligament, which means the surrounding ligaments and muscles have not been affected.
Newcastle defender Steven Taylor expects to return to the fold in December following a hamstring injury.
Steve McClaren is ready to throw Cheick Tiote into the Wear-Tyne derby cauldron after his 45-minute run-out in Sunday’s thumping of Norwich.
Sunderland face a race against time to get Jack Rodwell (ankle) and Ola Toivonen (groin) fit for the Wear-Tyne derby at the weekend.
Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood insists he is not taking any notice as speculation continues to link other managers with the Villa Park post – David Moyes being the latest.
Mark Hughes is not worried about losing Jack Butland to a big-money offer despite the goalkeeper’s impressive start to the season.
Blackburn Rovers manager Gary Bowyer is considering an appeal against Adam Henley’s red card.
The right-back is facing a one-match suspension after he was given his marching orders against MK Dons on Saturday, and Rovers do not have a recognised replacement for Wednesday’s game against Derby.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Franck Tabanou may leave Swansea City in January after saying he cannot understand why Garry Monk signed him over the summer.
“I do not have any time to lose,” said Tabanou. “I am not saying that I have done everything in the world of football but I have played 250 professional matches. I ask myself: but why have they bought me?”
Teenage midfielder Martin Samuelsen says it was not a difficult decision to leave Manchester City for West Ham.
The 18-year-old signed for the Hammers in the summer, and says he has “no regrets”.
Highly-rated Derby County youngster Mason Bennett fired a 10-minute hat-trick for the club’s development side on Monday.
Goalkeeper Dorus de Vries has urged Nottingham Forest fans to keep the faith after the disappointment of their 2-0 defeat to Bristol City on Friday night – their fourth game without a win.
Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka says it’s a privilege to work for Boro chairman Steve Gibson.
“When I arrived here, we lost three in my first five games, and the first person who said to me ‘don’t worry’ was the chairman,” said Karanka.
Cardiff City boss Russell Slade is unsure of Kenwyne Jones’ fitness, as the striker is thought to have been told to stay in the Caribbean to allow the swelling on his shin to subside.
Initial reports suggested Jones had broken his leg on international duty, but that is now not believed to be the case.
Zach Clough, 20, has signed a new three-year contract with Bolton.
Blackpool have signed Bolton Wanderers right-back Hayden White on loan until January, and the 20-year-old could go into the squad to face Millwall on Tuesday.
Young winger Jack Stacey has put pen to paper on a new contract that will keep him at Reading until 2019.
Cole Skuse has signed a new three-year contract at Ipswich Town that will keep him at the club until 2018.
Ipswich hold the option to extend that by a further year.