The Late Episode: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Rumors This Night

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

  • Chelsea will be keeping a close eye on some of Monaco’s star players when the French club take on Manchester City in the Champions League on Tuesday.
  • Tottenham striker Harry Kane says his loan spell at Millwall helped him to become the player he is today.
  • Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admitted Lucas Perez deserves more opportunities after scoring in his side’s FA Cup win over Sutton United.
  • Eden Hazard has thanked Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte for helping restore confidence and rediscover his best form.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

  • Wayne Rooney has returned to training ahead of Manchester United’s Europa League clash with Saint-Etienne.
  • Manchester City will allow Joe Hart to join a Premier League rival if their £20m asking price is met, according to reports.
  • Ryan Giggs has played down Manchester United’s chances of signing Gareth Bale from Real Madrid.
  • Sky Sports pundit Alan Smith has praised Jose Mourinho’s handling of Manchester United starlet Marcus Rashford.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

  • Romelu Lukaku has advised Anderlecht starlet, and reported Everton target, to continue doing what he is doing and a move to a bigger club will materialise.
  • Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu declared his hard work had paid off after he netted his first goal on loan at AC Milan.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

  • George Honeyman believes he has won David Moyes’ trust in what the youngster acknowledges was a make-or-break season for him at Sunderland.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

  • Jan Kirchoff was happy to stay and train on Wearside rather than head to New York with the rest of the Sunderland squad for a team-bonding trip.
  • Promising Sunderland youngster Tommy Robson has joined Limerick on loan, with Michael Ledger set to follow him out of the door at the Stadium of Light.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

  • Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce is facing an anxious wait to learn how long big-money striker Scott Hogan will be out of action for.
  • Former assistant manager Steve Clarke says Aston Villa have ‘reverted to type’ after the positive start made under Steve Bruce.

EXPRESS & STAR

  • Gareth McAuley is fit enough to keep playing at the highest level past his 40th birthday, according to West Brom’s top doctor.

THE DAILY ECHO

  • Southampton’s run to the League Cup final bears all the hallmarks of Portugal’s triumphant Euro 2016 campaign, according to defender Cedric Soares.

HULL DAILY MAIL

  • Hull City insist they have not received any formal offer for Abel Hernandez amid speculation the striker could be a target for Beijing Guoan before the Chinese transfer deadline on February 28.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

  • Charlie Daniels believes Bournemouth have learned valuable lessons of history and will create a lasting legacy at Premier League level.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

  • Gylfi Sigurdsson believes Swansea City have got their Premier League fate back in their own hands and is keen to finish the job.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

  • Garry Monk has expressed his joy after Charlie Taylor returned to training after a two-month injury lay-off.

NOTTINGHAM POST

  • Chris Cohen hopes to extend his current contract at the City Ground.
  • Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy has hailed Luke Chambers after a Deadline Day return to Nottingham Forest collapsed, and expects him to stay at the club beyond the end of the current campaign.

THE PINK UN

  • Alex Neil admits it’s “now or never” for Norwich City if they are to gate-crash the race for promotion from the Championship.

EVENING TIMES

  • Celtic are confident goalkeeper Craig Gordon will commit his future to the Scottish Premiership leaders and not wait for Chelsea to revive their interest this summer.
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