LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent Antonio Ottaiano has said the forward is flattered by interest from both PSG and Arsenal.
Arsene Wenger will welcome Mathieu Flamini back into the Arsenal ranks for the visit of Newcastle.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United have recalled striker Will Keane from a loan spell at Preston.
Chris Smalling believes Manchester United can get their title challenge back on track by starting the New Year with a bang.
Manuel Pellegrini has refused to rule out making a move for a new blood in the January transfer window.
Pablo Zabaleta is ready to contribute to Manchester City’s season after easing his way back to full fitness.
Tiago Ilori looks increasingly likely to return to Liverpool following his loan spell with Aston Villa.
Ryan Kent will also return Anfield after a productive loan spell at Coventry City.
Newcastle United have opted to leave Adam Armstrong at Coventry City until the end of the season.
Wes Brown is ready to face Aston Villa as Sunderland continue to battle their defensive injury crisis.
Duncan Watmore says Sunderland must stick together and keep believing they can dodge the drop.
Jordan Pickford has been recalled from his loan spell at Preston, to raise big question marks over the Sunderland futures of both Vito Mannone and Costel Pantilimon.
West Bromwich Albion striker Saido Berahino was warned about his behaviour after being late for team meetings, manager Tony Pulis confirmed.
Grant Holt has returned to Wigan early after Wolves decided to end his loan deal early.
EXPRESS AND STAR
Kenny Jackett has paid tribute to his ‘ultimate professional’ Scott Golbourne – and denied any suggestion he’s been dropped because of any contract issues.
Rajiv van La Parra is unhappy that he hasn’t been contacted by Wolves during his loan spell with Brighton, with ends tomorrow.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Frank de Boer has insisted he has not heard from Swansea City despite being linked with the vacant Liberty manager’s job.
Eddie Howe has revealed he is under no pressure to balance the books during the January stransfer window.
Cardiff City goalkeeper David Marshall is being targeted in a £5m swoop by Everton during the transfer window according to reports.