MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United and Man City to ‘go to war over Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos’.
John Stones is expected to be recalled to Manchester City’s starting line up against Tottenham on Sunday after Pep Guardiola watched his defence run ragged by Celtic.
Marlos Moreno had to give his mother a detailed explanation as to who Manchester City are after signing for the club this summer.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Vincent Janssen is inspired to succeed at Tottenham by family’s Olympic pedigree.
Slaven Bilic has requested that West Ham have their training sessions at London Stadium in a bid to overcome their slump.
Chelsea’s Eden Hazard says brother his Thorgan is in ‘hot form’ at Borussia Monchengladbach.
Watford are weighing up a move for former Manchester United forward Federico Macheda after taking him on trial.
Georginio Wijnaldum says the Liverpool players have an unswerving belief in Jurgen Klopp’s tactical plan.
Ragnar Klanan has revealed how he ‘got goosebumps’ as he sat on the bench during his first game at Anfield.
Jamaal Lascelles has revealed how Newcastle United’s players told Dwight Gayle at half-time he would be their match-winner against Norwich City.
David Moyes has ‘taken no prisoners’ this week as he sets about rebuilding Sunderland, according to Victor Anichebe.
Tony Pulis says West Brom could be his last job in football management, if his new bosses move to extend his stay.
Former Aston Villa midfielder Idrissa Gueye has admitted his family prayed for him during his ‘difficult’ time at Villa Park.
Gary Rowett has responded to speculation linking him with the potential vacancy at Derby County by insisting he ‘loves his job’ at Birmingham City.
EXPRESS & STAR
Salomon Rondon has got the full respect of the West Brom dressing room, according to impressed team-mate James Morrison.
Aston Villa boss Roberto Di Matteo believes he still has the full support of owner Tony Xia ahead of a potentially pivotal trip to Preston.
Stoke are reportedly vying with Manchester United for the possible signature of Monaco midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Curtis Davies has backed former Hull manager Steve Bruce to be the ideal candidate to replace Sam Allardyce in the England hot-seat.
Claudio Ranieri has spoken to his Leicester players in a bid to find out why they have been so inconsistent this season.
Eddie Howe insists his preparations for Bournemouth’s trip to Watford have not been knocked off track by the renewed furore around the England manager’s job.
The manager also says he prevents players not picked in Cherries’ first-team from becoming disillusioned by formulating a plan for each individual.
Nemanja Matic has reminded his team-mates that they are representing a ‘big club’ after they were humiliated 3-0 by Arsenal at the weekend as Chelsea prepare for a trip to Hull.
Carlos De Pena turned down chance to leave Middlesbrough in the summer, Aitor Karanka has revealed.
Aitor Karanka has welcomed the appointment of Gareth Southgate as England manager – and hopes the former Boro boss gets the job on a permanent basis.
Derby County will not be following up their interest in free agent and former Leeds captain Sol Bamba.
Nigel Pearson is a good guy and a good manager, according to former player and current Reading defender Liam Moore.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy believes veteran midfielder Jonathan Douglas could be the answer to his team’s goal drought.
Sheffield United are holding talks with Ethan Ebanks-Landell about the possibility of a permanent move to Bramall Lane.
Carlos Carvalhal says Atdhe Nuhiu remains an integral member of his Sheffield Wednesday squad despite the striker’s limited playing time this season.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Mark Beevers has faith that Bolton’s goal-scoring problems will soon come to an end.
WIGAN EVENING POST
Gary Caldwell has challenged his Wigan Athletic side to show the Sky Bet Championship what they’re made of.
Playing with an intensity will be key if Blackpool are going to be successful this season according to Gary Bowyer.