Football Headlines : All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Evening

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Gary Cahill is determined to silence the critics and prove he is still the right man to play at the heart of defence for Chelsea and England.

Shkodran Mustafi has admitted his £35million price tag could be a burden for him but has vowed not to let it affect his performances at Arsenal.

Per Mertesacker believes the serious knee injury he suffered in July will not spell the end of his career at Arsenal.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Henrikh Mkhitaryan has remained in Manchester as the United attacker continues his rehabilitation from a thigh injury.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Former Liverpool favourite John Arne Riise believes a reduced game count will give the Reds a big advantage over their rivals as the season progresses

Divock Origi has dismissed rumours of a move to Juventus – but admits he must be patient for his first-team chance at Liverpool.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

DeAndre Yedlin is eyeing a long-term future in the North East – and says that working under Rafa Benitez at Newcastle has been “unbelievable”.

Andros Townsend’s father insists the winger put his “heart and soul” into trying to keep Newcastle United up – and that “ideally” he would have “loved” stayed on Tyneside.

EXPRESS & STAR

Wolves midfielder Prince Oniangue says there’s plenty more to come from him – as he gets used to the intensity of English football.

THE DAILY ECHO

Oriel Romeu believes that Saints’s recent success owes much to Claude Puel’s “clever” rotation policy and squad management.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Hull’s asking price has risen to a staggering £120m with a bidding war erupting to acquire the Premier League club.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Michael Keane admitted the last 24 hours had been ‘surreal’ but said his first England call-up was a “massive honour”.

Charlie Mulgrew is aiming to hand Blackburn Rovers a fitness boost after the international break.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Swansea co-owner Levien has urged Swansea City fans to back Bob Bradley and not “judge him by his passport or accent.”

FULHAM CHRONICLE

QPR expect nothing more than business as usual for Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink when he picks up the pieces after the international break.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

Will Hughes has seen improvements in Derby County’s performance over the past two games..

THE PINK UN

Forcing a Premier League move from Norwich City was never on Robbie Brady’s agenda.
WALES ONLINE

American soccer legend Landon Donovan has revealed the role he played in the appointment of new manager Bob Bradley.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Gary Caldwell expects to have the services of Reece Burke available when Wigan Athletic return from the international break on Saturday week..

THE ARGUS

Brighton boss Chris Hughton has told Solly March he deserves his new four-year deal – and urged him to get fit for the Championship.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

Bournemouth players are united in their belief that Jack Wilshere is ready to return to the international scene.

EVENING TIMES

Ryan Hardie says his St Mirren loan stint will help him make the grade at Rangers.

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