LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Chelsea have responded to the threat of interest from Manchester City, Arsenal and Manchester United in starlet Charly Musonda by agreeing to loan him out in the New Year.
Harry Kane has urged Tottenham to capitalise on ‘wide open’ Premier League title race.
Odion Ighalo is certain he and strike partner Troy Deeney will score the goals to keep Watford in the Premier League.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Sir Alex Ferguson has dismissed the negativity surrounding Manchester United and insists it is ‘great’ watching them.
Manuel Pellegrini says he refuse to learn how to “win ugly” and will continue to send his team out to play attacking football.
Jurgen Klopp’s impact at Liverpool is becoming a worry to Manchester United – according to their legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Former Newcastle United star Hatem Ben Arfa is being tracked by Borussia Dortmund.
Yann M’Vila believes Sunderland are developing the mental strength they need to secure the club’s Premier League status.
Sam Allardyce insists there is nothing he can do on the training ground to avoid a repeat of Sunderland’s wastefulness at Arsenal.
Jack Grealish is set to play for Aston Villa’s U21s against Derby at Villa Park tonight – before resuming first team training on Tuesday.
Boaz Myhill has described Hugo Lloris’ gravity-defying save in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Tottenham as “the best I’ve ever seen”.
EXPRESS & STAR
The BBC has issued an apology to former Aston Villa chairman Sir Doug Ellis after mistakenly linking him with a radical political group Hezbollah.
Remi Garde has told his Aston Villa team to use Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Southampton to inspire them to Premier League survival.
Mark Hughes believes headline-grabbing performances such as Xherdan Shaqiri’s against Manchester City on Saturday should help him to attract more world-class talent to the Britannia.
THE DAILY ECHO
Jose Fonte has urged Ronald Koeman to go spending in the January transfer window or risk getting left in the wake of their Premier League rivals.
Southampton will monitor Victor Wanyama after the midfielder picked up an ankle injury in the draw with Aston Villa.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City boss Steve Bruce has angrily accused his side of complacency after an “unacceptable” defeat at lowly Leeds United saw further ground lost in the Championship promotion race.
Leicester City have a great chance to win the Premier League title, if they invest in the squad in January, according to former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Leicester are not worried about losing star players Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez in the transfer window, says winger Marc Albrighton.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
A leading bookmaker has suspended its market on the next manager to leave his job after a flurry of bets on Garry Monk.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Tom Adeyemi praised Leeds United for redeeming their sorry performance at Queens Park Rangers after his first-half goal settled a lively derby against Hull City.
Strike duo Nick Blackman and Lewis Grabban are reported to be January transfers targets for Derby County.
THE PINK UN
Alex Neil made it clear it was retakes all round for his lacklustre Norwich City side after Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at Watford.
David Nugent believes playing a key part in Boro’s promotion push was worth stepping down a division for.
Hibernian boss Alan Stubbs has brushed off reports linking him to the Reading job as ‘speculation’.
On-loan Manchester United striker James Wilson has vowed there is a lot more to come from him in a Brighton shirt.
Goal-hero Glenn Murray felt like he had gate-crashed the party having applied the finish that saw Cherries rain on Chelsea’s parade.