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

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

  • West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is hopeful Michail Antonio will soon sign a new deal.
  • Antonio Conte plans to make it clear he is committed to Chelsea and not thinking about leaving for Inter Milan.
  • Tottenham striker Harry Kane says his “biggest fear” is failing to achieve what he wants to in his football career.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

  • Sergio Aguero is demanding summer talks over his Manchester City future.
  • Memphis Depay could not back up his antics off the field with his performances for Manchester United, according to compatriot Ronald de Boer.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

  • Everton are mulling over a summer move for Sunderland goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
  • Ademola Lookman has revealed he lied to his parents about wanting to become an accountant.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

  • Jan Kirchhoff is edging closer to a return with Sunderland boss David Moyes admitting the German has been sorely missed in midfield.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

  • Chairman John Williams is confident of building the West Bromwich Albion fan base. But the Baggies chief sees player recruitment as more of a priority than extending capacity at The Hawthorns.
  • Birmingham City loan star Krystian Bielik revealed he was playing a shoot ’em up video game and expecting to see out the season at Arsenal when he learned of Blues’ late interest on transfer Deadline Day.

EXPRESS & STAR

  • Wolves boss Paul Lambert says he has “good, open dialogue” with Fosun supremo Jeff Shi, who is back in the country overseeing matters at Compton Park.

THE SENTINEL

  • The agent of in-demand Brazilian midfielder Walace has played down speculation linking the Hamburg player with Stoke City and a host of other Premier league clubs.
  • Dave Artell has warned his players that careers are on the line after Crewe were dragged back into the relegation battle at the bottom of Sky Bet League Two.

THE DAILY ECHO

  • Maya Yoshida has urged heartbroken Saints to dry their eyes and bounce back like “warriors” at Watford on Saturday.

HULL DAILY MAIL

  • Hull City forward Jarrod Bowen insists he would not be fazed by the pressures of the Premier League relegation fight – if handed his chance by head coach Marco Silva.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

  • Burnley will continue to scour the non-league market for rising stars after confirming the signings of defender Harry Flowers and striker Harry Limb.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

  • The deal for Swansea City to take over the lease of the Liberty Stadium is not dependent on the club remaining in the Premier League.
  • Jack Cork is relishing the chance to learn from Claude Makelele again, having been encouraged to follow the Swansea City coach’s example during his time at Chelsea.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

  • On-loan Fulham man Lasse Vigen Christensen admits he was surprised to be loaned out to Championship strugglers Burton Albion, despite not having started all season at the Cottage.
  • New Brentford full-back Rico Henry will not be phased by the rigours of the Championship, according to team-mate Romaine Sawyers.

SOUTH LONDON PRESS

  • Johnnie Jackson has backed up boss Karl Robinson by saying some Charlton players are not giving their all for The Addicks.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

  • Garry Monk has quickly batted off talk that Southampton are chasing Leeds United star Pontus Jansson, declaring: “He’s here and ready to be a Leeds United player for the future.”

DERBY TELEGRAPH

  • Steve McClaren says there has been a “big change” in the quality in the Championship since his last spell as Rams boss.

NOTTINGHAM POST

  • European Cup winner Garry Birtles fears Nottingham Forest may yet lose some of their best players in the summer

WALES ONLINE

  • Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock doesn’t believe this week’s news surrounding Vincent Tan’s reported interest in selling the club will affect the players or the fans.

THE BOLTON NEWS

  • Phil Parkinson reckons it will only be a matter of time before Adam Le Fondre opens his goal account for Wanderers again.

THE ARGUS

  • Glenn Murray has told Albion fans there is nothing to worry about as they plot for two away trips.

THE STAR

  • Sheffield United could attempt to bring Joe Riley back to Bramall Lane next season after the on-loan defender’s stay with the League One leaders was curtailed by injury.

EVENING TIMES

  • Stewart Milne, the Aberdeen chairman, has said he would reject an approach from Rangers for manager Derek McInnes.
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