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

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MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Paul Pogba is in line to return for Manchester United immediately after the international break – according to reports.
Manchester United’s January transfer plans are expected to be raised when Ed Woodward addresses investors on the New York Stock exchange next week.
Manchester United supporters have been left enraged after Bristol City raised ticket prices for their Carabao Cup quarter-final tie in December.
Ilkay Gundogan insists Pep Guardiola is the real star of Manchester City’s outstanding start to the season.

LONDON EVENING STANDARD
David Luiz has returned to training at Chelsea but still faces an uncertain future at Stamford Bridge because of his strained relationship with Antonio Conte.
David Moyes will be given funds to improve his West Ham squad during January, with a minimum of two players expected to be signed.
Tottenham star Eric Dier believes playing three at the back will give England more security at the World Cup.
Alex Iwobi believes Arsenal may not have lost to Manchester City on Sunday had club-record signing Alexandre Lacazette started the game at the Etihad Stadium.
Olivier Giroud has dispelled fears over his fitness by training with France.

LIVERPOOL ECHO
RB Leipzig have confirmed they have no intention of allowing Naby Keita to join Liverpool early in January.
Former Liverpool striker Christian Benteke is targeting a return from injury in time for Crystal Palace’s crunch clash with Everton after the international break.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE
Alan Shearer believes Jamaal Lascelles is “the kind of character” who will excel as Newcastle United captain.
Ayoze Perez insists Newcastle United players cannot blame each other for recent results – but must instead focusing on ensuring the Magpies return to form immediately after the international break.
Former Sunderland striker Nicklas Bendtner didn’t always like the North East – and couldn’t wait to get back to London.

SUNDERLAND ECHO
Sunderland remain hopeful of appointing a new manager before the crucial Sky Bet Championship clash with Millwall next week, with a short-term appointment a possibility.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL
Former Aston Villa captain Chris Nicholl has revealed he has brain damage from years of heading footballs – and can’t remember where he lives.
West Brom’s talented young forward Tyler Roberts is the subject of interest from a number of clubs in the Premier League and Championship, according to reports.
Baggies starlet Sam Field has come in at number 44 in FourFourTwo’s ‘100 best teenagers in the world’ for the year 2017.

EXPRESS & STAR
Matt Phillips is struggling to get into the West Brom team at the moment, but a new role for Scotland could provide him with a different route into the line-up.
Wolves are the latest club to be linked with a move for Walsall’s on-loan West Brom striker Tyler Roberts.

THE DAILY ECHO
Southampton legend Francis Benali insists under-fire boss Mauricio Pellegrino will be a success at St Mary’s and remains confident of a good campaign.

HULL DAILY MAIL
Ryan Mason will have another CT scan in the New Year that will determine whether he can make a return to football.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH
Ben Mee believes Burnley’s contingent of English stars are beginning to attract attention after Jack Cork became the latest Claret to earn an England call-up.
Blackburn loanee Harry Chapman will undergo hamstring surgery in Finland on Wednesday.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO
PEAK6 Investments – the company which owns a 25 per cent share in Bournemouth – is reportedly in negotiations to purchase League of Ireland Premier Division side Dundalk.

LEICESTER MERCURY
Islam Slimani is keen to leave Leicester City in the January transfer window, according to reports in France.

WALES ONLINE
Roque Mesa has distanced himself from a January return to Las Palmas after holding talks with Swansea City boss Paul Clement.

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