LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Mauricio Pochettino has admitted Tottenham’s new stadium plans will reduce their power in the transfer market.
Chelsea transfer target Antonio Rudiger has refused to rule out a move to Stamford Bridge.
Arsene Wenger has confirmed Arsenal’s intention to offer Jack Wilshere a new contract.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester City will hold a board meeting in Abu Dhabi next week with the prospect of signing a new centre-back in January expected to be on the agenda.
Manchester City could get Wilfried Bony off their books before the end of the season.
Slaven Bilic might have produced Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United team talk for him on Sunday after he claimed the Portuguese’s standards have ‘dropped’.
Gini Wijnaldum has revealed that he was instantly drawn towards signing for Liverpool once he met manager Jurgen Klopp.
The Premier League are investigating the manner in which Manchester City signed young goalkeeper Louie Moulden from Liverpool last summer.
Daryl Murphy admits he is in control of his own destiny at Newcastle United.
Sunderland’s talented crop of youngsters are catching the eye of several Football League clubs – and up to four could be leaving on loan in January.
Steve Bruce has ruled out Aston Villa signing Abel Hernandez in the January transfer window.
Mark Hughes might be putting another foot in the door to prevent Marc Muniesa leaving in January… just as he did at the start of the season.
Hughes has confirmed reports that Manchester City have the freedom to try and sell Wilfried Bony to China in the new year, but he is confident the striker will stay.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City are set to revive their interest in Southampton striker Jay Rodriguez as head coach Mike Phelan draws up his wish-list for the January transfer window.
Blackburn boss Owen Coyle is hoping for an answer “sooner rather than later” on whether Ben Marshall is to put pen to paper on a new deal at the club.
Joey Barton has to get himself right “mentally and physically” before discussions about resurrecting his Burnley career can take place, says boss Sean Dyche.
Demarai Gray said he is hungry for games as the Leicester City winger battles for a place in the starting line-up.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Bob Bradley insists Fernando Llorente has a future at Swansea City, but has warned the Spaniard he needs to see more from the striker if he is to regain his place.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic admits he feels under pressure, but is concentrating only on trying to improve the club’s Premier League position.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds head coach Garry Monk has offered Rob Green his unequivocal backing and ruled out any prospect of a change of goalkeeper this weekend after Green’s costly error in Sunday’s defeat to Newcastle United.
THE PINK UN
Alex Neil retains the final say on transfers at Norwich City despite technical director Ricky Martin taking charge of the player recruitment department, chairman Ed Balls has stressed.
Aitor Karanka has dismissed reports that Middlesbrough striker Jordan Rhodes is unhappy and considering his options.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Phil Parkinson knows he may have to plan for promotion from League One in the new year with Wanderers still in an embargo.
WIGAN EVENING POST
Warren Joyce admits it’s been a “difficult week” at Wigan Athletic after confirming the departure of first-team coach Joe Parkinson.
Beram Kayal has committed his future to Albion and says he never considered leaving.
Chris Wilder has outlined the steps Sheffield United are taking, including the abolition of appearance money, to simplify their recruitment strategy.
Craig Gordon has admitted there was “about two days” this season when he thought he would need to quit Celtic in order to get back to playing first-team football.