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

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LIVERPOOL ECHO
Schalke are ready to make Leon Goretzka their highest paid player at the club in a bid to ward off interest from Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp believes Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is ready to start giving Liverpool a return on their £35m investment.
Tony Cottee believes Gylfi Sigurdsson was not the right signing for Everton over the summer and he fears for Blues boss Ronald Koeman.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
James Wilson is considering a loan move away from Manchester United in January.
Former Manchester City goalkeeper Shay Given has revealed Roberto Mancini would start “World War Three every day” with his staff in training.

LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Roma have been handed a major fitness boost with the news Dutch midfielder Kevin Strootman is available for selection against Chelsea in their Champions League clash on Wednesday.
Christian Benteke is recovering well from his knee injury and hopes to return “in a few weeks”.
Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has accused the Gunners of failing to develop him as a goalkeeper, saying he has improved dramatically since leaving the club.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE
Turkey’s richest man Murat Ulker is a “frontrunner” to buy Newcastle from current owner Mike Ashley.

SUNDERLAND ECHO
Simon Grayson has defended his struggling goalkeepers after more criticism of summer signing Jason Steele.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL
Shay Given has revealed Gabby Agbonlahor took an almost instant dislike to Roy Keane when the pair were at Aston Villa together.
Birmingham City face competition from Nottingham Forest to sign St Mirren winger Lewis Morgan.
Oliver Burke’s injury problems look set to continue after his persistent hamstring complaint forced him to miss West Brom’s 1-1 draw at Leicester on Monday Night Football.

EXPRESS & STAR
Nuno Espirito Santo has easily won the respect of the Wolves players, says Matt Doherty.

LEICESTER MERCURY
Adrien Silva will get his first run out in a Leicester shirt when he features in a behind-closed-doors training match at Belvior Drive on Tuesday.

NOTTINGHAM POST
Mark Warburton insists Nottingham Forest will take their time over a replacement for Jack Lester.

THE STAR
Chris Wilder has tempered expectations at Sheffield United despite their impressive start to life in the Championship, saying the target remains survival.

WIGAN EVENING POST
Paul Cook says his Wigan players will not be distracted by takeover talk as they take on Gillingham on Tuesday.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO
Steve Cook has admitted he only has himself to blame for the poor form that saw the defender lose his place in the Bournemouth team.

THE SENTINEL
Pressure is growing on Stoke City ahead of their key test against Bournemouth after a humiliating 7-2 defeat to Manchester City last weekend.

HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City vice chairman Ehab Allam admits the prospect of a takeover has been badly damaged by the club’s relegation from the Premier League.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Chelsea can recall Tammy Abraham from his loan at Swansea but only if he fails to reach an appearance target before the end of 2017.

EVENING TIMES
Jamie Redknapp believes Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers will soon be a target for top English clubs like Arsenal after impressing in Scotland.
Kenny Miller’s agent has hit out at Rangers’ “embarrassing” treatment of his player after the striker was dropped from recent squads under Pedro Caixinha.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Pontus Jansson has delivered a frank assessment of his own poor form after Leeds’ run of three straight defeats.

BOLTON NEWS
Bolton outcast Ben Amos will leave talk of his future at the Macron until the end of the season.

READING POST
Reading goalkeeper Vito Mannone believes the club can still win promotion to the Premier League this season.

THE ARGUS
Beram Kayal says he will leave it to manager Chris Hughton to decide when he makes his Premier League debut after a goalscoring return from injury for Brighton U23s on Monday.

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