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LIVERPOOL ECHO
Jurgen Klopp once dreamed of managing Manchester United but Liverpool is a much better fit for him, according to his former boss Eckhard Krautzun.
Barcelona CEO Oscar Grau says the Catalan club are looking to sign Philippe Coutinho in January – but admits they’ll have to balance the books.
Emre Can says Liverpool’s lack of a ruthless streak is responsible for their stuttering start to the season, rather than defensive frailties.
Oumar Niasse believes that he is finally settling into life at Everton well after a rocky start to his Blues career.

LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Harry Kane will stay at Tottenham but only if the club are ready to match his ambition and reject bids of up to £200m, according to former Spurs midfielder Darren Anderton.
David Ospina has revealed his frustration over a lack of first-team opportunities at Arsenal.
Jack Wilshere has revealed how a change to Arsenal’s formation has helped him revive his Gunners career and compared the shift to that of the Invincibles squad.
Eden Hazard has warned Chelsea fans not to expect him to be at his scintillating best immediately because of the sheer amount of time he has been sidelined with injury.
Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha is winning his battle to be fit to return from injury against Chelsea on Saturday.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Antonio Valencia is all but certain to start for United at Liverpool on Saturday after he missed Ecuador’s final World Cup Qualifier.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE
Rafa Benitez “wanted” to bring Roma midfielder Maxime Gonalons to Newcastle United during the summer, according to the player’s agent.
Marc Wilson turned down the chance to stay in the Premier League after being impressed by the “character” which persuaded John O’Shea to stay at Sunderland.
Ayoze Perez admits that he is sacrificing his goalscoring exploits for the good of the team as Rafa Benitez’s mantra of defending from the front takes shape.

SUNDERLAND ECHO
Paddy McNair admits he was delighted to finally get back on the pitch for Sunderland after 10 months out with injury.
Jack Rodwell is exploring the possibility of rebooting his Sunderland career as a centre-back.
Former Sunderland defender Pascal Chimbonda believes that the Black Cats’ supporters can help the club get back on track.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL
Ben Marshall may be allowed to leave Wolves in the January transfer window if they receive a strong enough offer with Fulham leading the chase, according to reports.
West Bromwich Albion are reportedly ready to pounce if long-term target Yuto Nagatomo refuses a new contract at Inter Milan.

EXPRESS & STAR
Chinese owner Guochuan Lai is staying with West Brom for the long term, chief executive Martin Goodman has confirmed.

THE SENTINEL
Stoke City are keeping watch on MLS scoring sensation Josef Martinez, according to reports.

HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City head coach Leonid Slutsky is ready to strengthen his backroom team after offering a deal to make Oleg Yarovinsky his new assistant.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH
The impact of Paul Downing since arriving on a season-long loan from MK Dons has impressed Blackburn Rovers boss Tony Mowbray.

LEICESTER MERCURY
The Adrien Silva saga is a mess that has cast a shadow over Leicester City, believes club legend Steve Walsh.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds United are in negotiations to sign young Polish goalkeeper Kamil Miazek.

DERBY TELEGRAPH
Cyrus Christie admits he was not enjoying life at Derby County towards the end of his time at Pride Park.

NOTTINGHAM POST
Former Notts County boss Ricardo Moniz has been appointed as the manager of Danish Superliga side, Randers FC.

EVENING GAZETTE
Middlesbrough’s Dael Fry admits defensive partner-in-crime Ben Gibson is playing a vital role behind-the-scenes at Rockliffe Park and hopes to continue learning from him.

THE BOLTON NEWS
Bolton Wanderers have called-off their pursuit of ex-Watford striker Obi Ogo.

READING POST
Reading manager Jaap Stam is looking to adapt his team’s tactics as he is concerned they have become predictable.

THE ARGUS
Gaetan Bong has vowed to keep on giving everything to win the Brighton left-back battle with Markus Suttner.

BRISTOL POST
Burton Albion boss Nigel Clough has praised Bristol City for sticking with Lee Johnson after his “dodgy” period in charge last season.

CROYDON ADVERTISER
Crystal Palace could be set to offer in excess of £22m for Turkish international striker Cenk Tosun in January, according to reports.
Crystal Palace’s decision to sack Frank de Boer still hurts, according to his twin brother Ronald, who has spoken out about the Eagles’ decision to part company with the Dutch legend after just 77 days in charge.
Crystal Palace and Premier League rivals Southampton could firm up their interest in Paco Alcacer this January, according to reports.

EVENING TIMES
Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha described Kenny Miller as “one of ours” after clearing the air with the striker.

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