Football Papers: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Rumors This Evening

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MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

  • Real Madrid could make a move for Man City defender Nicolas Otamendi if Pepe leaves the club at the end of the season, according to his agent.
  • Manchester United want to tie Jose Mourinho down for another five years at Old Trafford – regardless of whether they finish in the top four.
  • Jose Mourinho has told certain players who performed in the win at Blackburn after the game they will start in Wednesday’s Europa League second leg at Saint-Etienne.
  • Man City could face competition from rivals Chelsea in the race to sign Monaco midfielder Thomas Lemar.

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

  • Tottenham expect Schalke will buy midfielder Nabil Bentaleb on a permanent basis for £16m in the summer.
  • Jan Vertonghen has praised the huge strides forward Harry Winks has made since breaking into Tottenham’s first team.
  • Nathan Ake says he is aiming to learn every time he steps onto the pitch alongside Chelsea’s “great players”.
  • Andre Ayew says he is ready to help West Ham during the Premier League run-in after finally putting his thigh injury behind him.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

  • Jurgen Klopp has warned Liverpool to be aware of a potential backlash from next opponents Leicester.
  • Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu declared that his hard work had paid off after he netted his first goal on loan at AC Milan.
  • Yakubu has tipped Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye to become even better next year after hailing him as being “the signing of the season”.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

  • Sunderland must learn to live without a targetman following Victor Anichebe ‘s injury, says David Moyes.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

  • Steve Bruce reckons Henri Lansbury “can’t tackle a fish supper” as the Aston Villa midfielder runs the gauntlet at Newcastle United on Monday evening.
  • Released Birmingham City defender Paul Caddis is training with Portsmouth in the hope of impressing enough to earn himself a contract.

EXPRESS & STAR

  • Former West Bromwich Albion prodigy Izzy Brown does not regret leaving the Baggies as a teenager even though he’s only made one first-team appearance for Chelsea in the past four years.
  • West Brom training remains as tough as ever under Tony Pulis, skipper Darren Fletcher has confirmed, as the gaffer refuses to rest on his laurels.

THE SENTINEL

  • Stoke chairman Peter Coates is hopeful of seeing Bruno Martins Indi remain long term and of watching him climb up the rankings of the club’s greatest centre-half pairings.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

  • Eddie Howe has tipped Cherries midfielder and current Rangers loanee Emerson Hyndman to develop into “a great player”.

LEICESTER MERCURY

  • Leicester City defender Ben Chilwell has been accused of being too scared to take a throw-in during the FA Cup defeat at Millwall.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

  • Scott Carson is still hoping Derby County can drag themselves back into play-off contention this season.
  • Derby County are set to battle it out with Norwich City for Exeter City starlet Ollie Watkins in the summer, according to reports.

NOTTINGHAM POST

  • Kevin Nolan has hailed the impact of Shola Ameobi and says the bustling striker’s ability has been a key addition to Notts County’s attack
  • Nottingham Forest legend Stuart Pearce could be in line for a return to management after being linked to the role of India Under-17s coach.

EVENING GAZETTE

  • West Brom midfielder James Morrison thought he would stay at Middlesbrough for his entire career – until he was told he was no longer wanted.

WALES ONLINE

  • Craig Noone insists he can feel the good times coming back at Cardiff City – and says he wants Neil Warnock to stay to make sure of it after admitting the veteran boss is proving his worth.

WIGAN EVENING POST

  • Wigan Athletic’s spot-kick hero Matt Gilks was left to reflect on an ‘all right’ debut in the goalless draw against Preston

READING POST

  • Striker Yann Kermorgant says he hopes he can use his past experience of winning promotion from the Championship for Reading FC’s end-of-season run-in.

THE ARGUS

  • Sam Baldock believes Glenn Murray is worth every penny of the £3 million Albion paid for him – even at 33.

THE STAR

  • Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder insisted he would not swap his players for any others in the division following their top of the table clash with Scunthorpe.

BRISTOL POST

  • Bristol City have been linked with a summer swoop for PSG youngster Fode Ballo-Toure, according to French Media.
  • Gustav Engvall’s proposed loan move to Swedish club Djurgarden is entirely dependent upon the severity of the injury suffered by Bristol City striker Tammy Abraham last week.

CROYDON ADVERTISER

  • Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina has been tipped to leave the club this summer, with Premier League sides Crystal Palace and Watford expressing an interest in signing him.

EVENING TIMES

  • Rangers will this week step up their search for a new boss and a director of football following Sunday’s shambolic defeat at Dundee.
  • Former Valencia boss Pako Ayestaran says he is happy to be linked with the managerial vacancy at Rangers.
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