LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Mauricio Pochettino is likely to wait until he knows the outcome of Tottenham’s title challenge before turning his attention to his future.
Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish says he feels dreadful for the club’s American investors after winless run.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Marouane Fellaini says he ‘doesn’t understand’ why he has been singled out for criticism since signing for Manchester United – but insists not all fans get on his back.
Divock Origi has vowed to build on his impressive performance for Liverpool in their Europa League quarter-final first leg with Borussia Dortmund.
Everton would consider giving Oumar Niasse a run out for the under-21s as he strives for full fitness.
Rafa Benitez has dropped hints over his future on Tyneside by insisting he wants to be at the club for a “few years”.
EXPRESS & STAR
West Brom boss Tony Pulis says there’s ‘no rush’ on sorting out his new contract.
Jakob Haugaard has thanked Jack Butland and Stoke fans for making his Premier League debut easier than it might have been.
THE DAILY ECHO
Saints could offer Fraser Forster a bumper new contract in a bid to ward off interest from other clubs.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Nick Powell’s season could be over after Hull City’s on-loan forward saw his hopes of a comeback dashed by a fresh injury setback.
Hayes & Yeading hot shot Dylan Kearney is not about to sign for Brentford or QPR , according to manager Garry Haylock.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Former Leeds United managing director David Haigh says he has “unfinished business” with the club after returning from two years in a Dubai jail.
The financial impact of an improved season on the pitch has helped Boro to sharply cut its losses, figures showed today.
There will be no shortage of offers for Gaston Ramirez in the summer says Aitor Karanka.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Interim boss Jimmy Phillips admits the job of reversing Wanderers’ fortunes is tougher than he envisaged.
Neil McDonald says Blackpool are under huge pressure but won’t worry about results elsewhere in League One.
Jonathan Douglas has extended his Ipswich Town deal by a further 12 months after exercising a clause in his existing contract.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe said he had been encouraged by Callum Wilson’s progress but revealed he had no immediate plans to thrust him back into action.
Hibs first-team coach John Doolan has demanded more from Anthony Stokes despite insisting he is finally displaying the sharpness which was sorely lacking following his arrival from Celtic.