LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Alex Iwobi insists Arsenal can finally break their Champions League last-16 hoodoo after defying the odds to finish top of Group A.
John Obi Mikel is considering leaving Chelsea for a reunion with Andre Villas-Boas at Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG in January.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Memphis Depay and Morgan Schneiderlin are expected to leave Manchester United in the January transfer window.
Manchester City have put an offer on the table for Real Madrid midfielder Isco, according to reports.
Newcastle United are proving to be the biggest draw in the Championship, with the Magpies featuring in four of the five most-watched second-tier matches on Sky Sports.
Victor Anichebe is set for a return to international football with Nigeria after a five-year absence following his sensational run of form for Sunderland.
Birmingham City are monitoring Zach Clough’s situation at Bolton, according to reports.
EXPRESS & STAR
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson’s future at Wolves looks in doubt, with Paul Lambert set to make a decision on the Manchester United loanee’s future in January.
West Brom captain Darren Fletcher has warned Albion not to get ahead of themselves by looking at the league table too early.
Charlie Adam has been to making adjustments to his diet and to his positional play to win back a starting spot in Stoke’s midfield.
THE DAILY ECHO
Jose Fonte has revealed his frustration with life at Southampton amid fresh speculation over his future at St Mary’s.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Curtis Davies has defended Hull City’s cautious approach that brought a fifth-straight away defeat at Middlesbrough, insisting the Tigers are “not good enough to be gung-ho” in the Premier League.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins says he takes full responsibility for the difficulties the club has faced this season.
West Ham legend Tony Cottee has called on the club’s under-performing players to step and be counted.
Gaston Ramirez feels Middlesbrough’s victory over Hull City made up for the Teessiders dropping points to the Premier League’s big-guns.
Nathan Ake insists he is happy to see out his season-long loan at Bournemouth – and the versatile Dutchman is aiming to become one of the first names on Eddie Howe’s team-sheet.
Peter Lovenkrands believes European qualification is crucial for his former club Rangers this season.