LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Hector Bellerin has admitted the Arsenal players are “always” thinking about winning the Premier League title, but insists the Gunners must concentrate on each game as it comes following their loss to Chelsea on Sunday.
Jose Riga won’t let demonstrations distract from Charlton’s survival mission.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Juan Mata admitted Manchester United fell well below expectation against Southampton.
Manchester City are open to more New York City moves for their fringe players.
Willy Caballero is set to start again for Manchester City in the Capital One Cup clash against Everton.
Bersant Celina is ready to leave Manchester City on loan to continue his development.
Liverpool are no closer to securing a deal to sign Alex Teixeira with a big gulf between what they are willing to pay for the Brazilian and Shakhtar Donetsk’s valuation.
Everton’s hopes of qualifying for the Champions League have all but gone, admits Gareth Barry.
Roberto Martinez insists Everton have received no contact from MLS outfit Colorado Rapids about a reported move for Tim Howard.
Moussa Sissoko has told Florian Thauvin not give up on his career with Newcastle United.
Fabricio Coloccini admits that it will be “better” for the Newcastle United players if further signings are made before the end of the transfer window.
Remi Garde is hoping he can finally strengthen his Aston Villa squad this week after a period of frustration in the transfer window, with Mathieu Debuchy top of his list.
West Bromwich Albion have been linked in the Italian media with a move for controversial striker Mario Balotelli.
Blackburn Rovers’ reigning player of the year Markus Olsson is set to sign for Championship rivals Derby County.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche says the transfer activity of the top six clubs is not guaranteed to have an impact on the promotion push.
Leicester City have been linked with a £8m move for Sampdoria striker Eder.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds United midfielder Tommaso Bianchi is set to return to Italy and join Ascoli on loan.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Ipswich Town are ready to step up long-standing interest in Bolton captain Darren Pratley in the next few days.