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

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Monaco midfielder Youri Tielemans claims he rejected the chance to move to Arsenal this summer.
Gary Cahill says he never had any doubts that Alvaro Morata would be able to replace Diego Costa as Chelsea’s main striker.
Laurent Koscielny has urged Alexis Sanchez to “keep his head cool” and focus on enjoying football again.
Harry Kane is worth at least £100million, claims West Ham captain Mark Noble.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho revealed he has ‘always’ wanted to sign a new deal at the club.
Pep Guardiola has warned Arsenal they will be wasting their time if they launch a renewed bid for Raheem Sterling.

LIVERPOOL ECHO
Oumar Niasse arrived at Goodison Park on Saturday in a tracksuit rather than an official club suit – but he will escape any club fine. The Senegal striker was frozen out at Everton in the summer and was never given a tracksuit!

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE
Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez wants to draw a line under any talk of missed opportunities in the summer transfer window.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL
West Brom boss Tony Pulis is mightily impressed with what he has seen so far, but is reluctant to brand Kieran Gibbs a bargain just yet.

EXPRESS & STAR
Match-winning super-sub Alfred N’Diaye says he’s loving life at Wolves – and hopes to seal a permanent move to the club.

THE SENTINEL
Stoke City defender Ryan Sweeney insists the influence of manager Darrell Clarke prompted his latest switch to Bristol Rovers.

THE DAILY ECHO
Oriol Romeu has hailed midfield partner Mario Lemina a “great player” and another representation of Saints’ successful recruitment system.

DERBY TELEGRAPH
Derby County boss Gary Rowett says new signing Joe Ledley is in “good shape” and could feature against Brentford on Tuesday night.

THE BOLTON NEWS
A worried Phil Parkinson looked back on the wreckage of Bolton’s 3-0 home defeat to Brentford and admitted: “We completely lost our way.”

WIGAN EVENING POST
Paul Cook admitted his Wigan Athletic side are proving “difficult to manage” after showing their huge strengths – and also biggest weaknesses – during Saturday’s 3-2 defeat at Peterborough.

READING POST
Reading boss Jaap Stam has revealed Yann Kermorgant is likely to be out for another “couple of weeks”.

THE STAR
Sheffield United’s team spirit is the strongest in the Championship, Mark Duffy insisted, following their victory over Sheffield Wednesday.

HUDDERSFIELD EXAMINER
Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner has emerged as a top candidate for the West Ham United job – should the Hammers sack Slaven Bilic.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe insisted the Cherries would not look to alter their playing style in a bid to improve results in the Premier League.

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