LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Crystal Palace are in line for a £2m pay-out if Sam Allardyce becomes Everton’s new manager.
Red Star Belgrade striker Richmond Boakye is interested in joining Chelsea in January.
Harry Kane believes Tottenham are good enough to win the Champions League after they demolished holders Real Madrid.
Rob Holding is backing young guns Reiss Nelson, Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Joe Willock to establish themselves as Arsenal regulars.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Sergio Aguero resisted attempts from Napoli players to take his record-breaking shirt because of a promise made to his son.
Roy Keane has advised Jose Mourinho to ‘shut up’ following his recent gripes about Manchester United supporters.
Gabriel Jesus says Pep Guardiola played a major part in his decision to sign for Man Ciy.
Steven Gerrard has challenged Rhian Brewster to use his international heroics as the launchpad for his Liverpool career.
Liverpool are ‘going nowhere fast’ and are ‘just drifting nowhere’ under Jurgen Klopp, according to Roy Keane.
Everton caretaker boss David Unsworth says the next two games are likely to decide if he can land the job permanently or not.
Guus Hiddink is the latest name in the fold for the Everton manager’s job.
Rafa Benitez has insisted that Aleksandar Mitrovic remains in his plans – despite the Serbian striker being left out of the squad that travelled to Burnley this week.
Harry Redknapp has refused to rule himself out of the running for the Sunderland job following the sacking of Simon Grayson.
Matt Ritchie admits it will be “strange” to play against AFC Bournemouth this weekend – but is keen for Newcastle United to make life “difficult” for his former employees at St James’ Park.
Sunderland players have to take responsibility for Simon Grayson’s sacking and should be embarrassed by the position they find themselves in, says Charlie Adam.
Barnsley boss Paul Heckingbottom is ‘flattered’ by speculation linking him with the vacant managerial position at Sunderland, but says he has had no contact regarding the role.
Sunderland will look to name Simon Grayson’s permanent successor in the upcoming international break.
West Brom are interested in signing Barnsley right-back Andy Yiadom.
EXPRESS & STAR
Tony Pulis’s position at West Brom is not under immediate threat and the club’s owners will not be drawn into any rash decisions following this weekend’s game with Huddersfield Town.
THE DAILY ECHO
Oriol Romeu admits Saints would “all love to be more creative” and it would make an “amazing difference” if they were – but it’s not that simple as they fear being punished on the counter-attack.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Jackson Irvine has warned that Hull City will soon find themselves mired in a relegation fight if they are unable to address their current slump in form.
Jack Cork has hailed Sean Dyche as ‘one of the best’ managers in the game at the minute after he celebrated five years in charge at Turf Moor.
James Tarkowski admits Burnley relish a 1-0 win after claiming yet another success by that scoreline on Monday night.
Joe Nuttall is determined to fire his way into a regular first team place at Blackburn after getting a goal on his Sky Bet EFL debut.
Eddie Howe reckons Lys Mousset can become an “outstanding player” and praised the “dramatic strides” made by the youngster.
Leicester City midfielder Harvey Barnes has been praised for his performances while on loan at Championship side Barnsley.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has ruled out a January move for Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez.
Leicester City striker George Thomas could break into the first-team squad, his development manager Steve Beaglehole believes.
Leicester City’s players are enjoying a “fresh start” as new manager Claude Puel sets out his blueprint for the future.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds United have added former AC Milan coach and free-kick specialist Gianni Vio to Thomas Christiansen’s backroom staff.
Sheffield Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal has praised Jacob Butterfield after an impressive performance in the defeat of Millwall.
Ex-Derby County and Nottingham Forest striker Marcus Tudgay joins non-league side South Normanton Athletic.
Fawaz Al Hasawi says he’s shocked at just how difficult life turned out to be during his tumultuous five-year ownership at Nottingham Forest.
Boss Mark Warburton says Nottingham Forest’s experienced players have a vital role to play in helping his team find some consistency.
THE PINK UN
Academy starlet Todd Cantwell is setting his sights on a loan move after making the substitutes bench for Norwich City for two recent Championship games.
Omar Bogle insists he is up for the challenge of rising up the pecking order at Cardiff City, adding he is keen to make up for lost time after seeing his career come alarmingly close to non-league obscurity.
Wilfried Bony appears to be back in contention for Swansea City and could be in line for a return for the crunch clash at home to Brighton on Saturday.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Karl Henry reckons Sunderland’s poisonous atmosphere has proved their undoing this season.
Jaap Stam has dismissed rumours he has been under pressure in recent weeks after a poor start to the season with Reading.
Jose Izquierdo has vowed to keep going for goal and hit the heights he reached in Belgium.
Chris Hughton has warned his Brighton players “we haven’t done anything” as they try to build a buffer above the Premier League relegation zone.
Ipswich Town remain in good hands with manager Mick McCarthy, according to former player Stephen Hunt.
Jamal Blackman is undergoing an injury assessment at his parent club Chelsea after leaving the pitch on a stretcher during Sheffield United’s game against QPR.
Playing for Crystal Palace in the Premier League remains the ultimate goal for midfielder Jonny Williams.
Former Crystal Palace striker Kevin Phillips is one of the early favourites to replace Simon Grayson as Sunderland manager.
Andros Townsend insists that while facing Tottenham at Wembley will be no easy task, it holds no fear for Crystal Palace.
Derek McInnes has taken Aberdeen as far as they can go and he would be a good fit for the Rangers job, according to former Gers midfielder Alex Rae.
Bayern Munich star Arjen Robben has praised Brendan Rodgers for his influence on Celtic’s style of play.
Celtic defender Mikael Lustig believes that the Hoops have a chance to win the Europa League – as long as they play the way they did against Bayern Munich.