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

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Barcelona are monitoring Harry Winks following the Tottenham midfielder’s impressive displays against Real Madrid in the Champions League.
Cesc Fabregas wants to stay at Chelsea and sign a new contract despite reported interest from Manchester United.
Claude Puel has compared Demarai Gray to Chelsea star Eden Hazard after the Leicester winger penned a new four-year deal at the King Power.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez is still wanted by Manchester City ahead of their Super Sunday clash, but a move for the Chilean will not come at the expense of record goalscorer Sergio Aguero.
Arsene Wenger doubts Manchester City – unbeaten in their first 10 Premier League games this season – can emulate his 2003/04 ‘Invincibles’ side and go the whole campaign without losing.

LIVERPOOL ECHO
Steven Gerrard believes Norwegian youngster Eddie Tagseth could be the next James Milner after impressing for his Liverpool U18s side.
Alberto Moreno has been called up to the Spain squad after a string of impressive performances for Liverpool at the start of this season.
Caretaker Everton boss David Unsworth accused his side of “caving in” at Lyon on Thursday, and stressed the importance of Sunday’s game against Watford with the club languishing near the bottom of the table.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE
Middlesbrough boss Garry Monk believes Simon Grayson deserved more time at Sunderland, but it will make his own job more difficult on Sunday.
Newcastle scouts watched Cenk Tosun play for Besiktas on Tuesday and are considering a £20m move for the forward.

SUNDERLAND ECHO
John O’Shea has emerged as the new favourite to take charge at Sunderland, with Phil Brown also another surprise candidate who has seen his odds drop with the bookies.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL
Steve Bruce says any movements in the January transfer window will have to comply with Financial Fair Play after a busy summer.
Steve Cotterill will make changes to his Birmingham City side as they seek their first win in four league games.

EXPRESS & STAR
West Brom midfielder James Morrison should be in contention after the international break having visited an Achilles specialist in the Netherlands.

THE DAILY ECHO
Southampton boss Mauricio Pellegrino says the club will have to respect Gareth Southgate’s decision to omit goalkeeper Fraser Forster from his latest England squad.

HULL DAILY MAIL
Leonid Slutsky revealed he has been given time to turn things around at Hull following two successive home defeats.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH
Blackburn academy graduate Willem Tomlinson has agreed a new one-year contract extension at the club.
Nahki Wells is desperate to make his Burnley debut in the Premier League after scoring a hat-trick for the U23s.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is hopeful that Junior Stanislas’ groin injury is less serious than first feared.

LEICESTER MERCURY
New Leicester manager Claude Puel admitted it was “frustrating” to have Portugal international Adrien Silva training but not allowed to play after FIFA said he was not eligible.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds fans are urging the club not to panic despite Thomas Christiansen’s side losing five of their last six Sky Bet Championship fixtures.

DERBY TELEGRAPH
Sam Winnall has revealed that he would be open to the possibility of a permanent move to Derby County, having been on loan from Sheffield United since the start of the season.

NOTTINGHAM POST
Mark Warburton is looking towards the international break so he can undergo some ‘long-term planning’ at Nottingham Forest.
WALES ONLINE
Neil Warnock’s ‘mind games’ ahead of Cardiff City’s trip to Bristol City show he’s worried about the Severnside Derby, according to Liam Rosenior.

THE BOLTON NEWS
Bolton Wanders assistant manager Steve Parkin has urged the club’s fringe players, including Adam Le Fondre, to stay fired up.

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