LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Arsenal lack backbone and are further away than ever from winning the Champions League, according to Rio Ferdinand.
Arsene Wenger has hailed Laurent Koscielny as one of the world’s best defenders ahead of the Gunners’ European trip to Paris Saint-Germain.
Chelsea and Manchester United failed Radamel Falcao and the Colombian will rekindle his prolific goalscoring form at Monaco, insists club president Vadim Vasilyev.
West Ham captain Mark Noble has urged fans to “stay positive” in the wake of Saturday’s defeat to Watford, which left the Hammers 17th in the Premier League table.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Jose Mourinho has revealed he had “many conversations” with Paul Pogba as he attempted to convince him to re-sign for Manchester United.
Manchester United’s failure to allow Radamel Falcao to regain full fitness was to blame for the striker’s poor loan spell at Old Trafford, according to Monaco’s president.
Manchester United defender Guillermo Varela faces a three to four-month spell on the sidelines after injuring ankle ligaments while on loan at Eintracht Frankfurt.
Ronald Koeman hopes Romelu Lukaku’s hat-trick at Sunderland can galvanise the striker and his Everton team-mates.
Marko Grujic admits he is still adapting to life at Liverpool – and says next season could be the one where he truly breaks through at Anfield.
Duncan Watmore admits Sunderland let themselves down with an 11-minute meltdown that saw Everton romp to victory at the Stadium of Light.
Paul Dummett believes Rafa Benitez’s exhaustive work on the training field has helped Newcastle radically improve their away form.
Hat-trick hero Romelu Lukaku is a “top striker”, according to David Moyes, but the Sunderland boss says his players made it too easy for the Belgian in Monday’s defeat to his former club Everton.
Aston Villa are one of a host of clubs tracking Barnsley captain Conor Hourihane, according to reports.
West Brom’s highly-rated academy recruitment manager Steve Hopcroft is set to snub Manchester United to continue his good work at The Hawthorns.
EXPRESS & STAR
Tony Pulis has acknowledged West Brom are facing a tough few months, but he has urged fans to stick with him and his team.
Wolves boss Walter Zenga says it’s “difficult but not impossible” to make his dozen new signings gel at Molineux.
Joe Allen has been named and praised in a Euro 2016 all-star team by a group of technical observers headed by Sir Alex Ferguson.
Referee Anthony Taylor and fourth official Jon Moss had a night out before their controversial handling of Stoke’s 4-0 defeat to Tottenham.
Crewe have offered back-to-back Player of the Year Ben Garratt a new contract at Gresty Road.
THE DAILY ECHO
Tomas Rosicky will not be ready to start for Sparta Prague against Southampton in Thursday’s Europa League clash at St. Mary’s.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Former Hull City youth player, Daniel Wilkinson, has died after collapsing on the pitch following a suspected heart attack.
Jamie Vardy would have had no trouble walking into Arsenal’s starting line-up had he joined the Gunners this summer, according to Gary Lineker.
Steven Defour’s desire to be on the ball, and his passing ability, can make a difference for Burnley this season, according to Sean Dyche.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Former Swansea manager Garry Monk could lose his job at Leeds United tonight, according to reports.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds United head coach Garry Monk has insisted that owner Massimo Cellino remained “very supportive” of him.
Danny Drinkwater believes Premier League champions Leicester can match Nottingham Forest’s incredible achievements in Europe.
Ben Gibson insists Middlesbrough are quickly adapting to the demands of the Premier League after Crystal Palace inflicted their first defeat of the season.