LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Barcelona are yet to make formal contact with Arsenal over a move for Mesut Ozil, despite reports in Spain linking the Catalan giants with a January offer.
Mark Noble says the West Ham squad have raised the level of intensity in training under David Moyes.
Victor Moses says the new deal Chelsea handed him this year has strengthened his desire to stay at the club and win more trophies.
Willian has conceded the strength of Manchester City means Chelsea will find it tough to retain the Premier League title this season.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester City are planning a move for Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann, according to reports.
Brazilian striker Robinho has declared he didn’t want to leave Manchester City – and has blamed Roberto Mancini for his departure in 2010.
John Stones has admitted he has found his first 15 months at Manchester City hard, but he believes he has come through the most difficult spell of his career.
Manchester United are relaxed about Paris Saint-Germain’s interest in manager Jose Mourinho and are prepared to open negotiations over a new contract.
Ed Woodward has outlined Manchester United’s growing social media influence as the club increasingly seeks to use its online presence as a recruitment strategy.
Kenny Dalglish has saluted Mohamed Salah for making a flying start to his Liverpool career.
Everton caretaker boss David Unsworth has expressed his surprise that rival for the Blues’ permanent post, former England boss Sam Allardyce, has ruled himself out of contention.
Yannick Bolasie has revealed how former teammate Wilfried Zaha is helping inspire his comeback from injury at Everton.
Sean Dyche insists he has had no contact from Everton over their vacant manager’s position.
Sammy Ameobi has revealed the “brutally honest” conversation he held with Rafa Benitez during which the Newcastle United manager made it clear the forward was not in his future plans.
Keith Gillespie insists Newcastle United must sign a proven goalscorer in January, but fears it may not happen if Mike Ashley is still at the helm.
Robbie Stockdale should be given the chance to be Sunderland’s new manager, according to Hartlepool United boss Craig Harrison.
EXPRESS & STAR
Under-fire West Brom boss Tony Pulis would understand if he got the boot in the next fortnight.
Mark Hughes has vowed to do everything possible to airlift Jack Butland back towards number one England contention ahead of next summer’s World Cup finals.
World Cup-winner Gordon Banks had been invited to participate in the draw for next year’s finals in Russia.
Port Vale boss Neil Aspin is hoping to hang on to Ben Whitfield after his initial loan from Bournemouth runs out in January.
THE DAILY ECHO
Virgil van Dijk will tomorrow step out at Anfield for the first time since his summer transfer saga with manager Mauricio Pellegrino admitting he is unsure over the long-term future of his star centre half.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City chairman Assem Allam insists the club is no closer to being sold citing issues with stadium ownership and ‘militant’ fans.
James Tarkowski believes Burnley’s defensive unit is getting better by the game as they look to extend their fine record this season against Swansea City on Saturday.
Sean Dyche is hoping the Clarets’ latest England international, Jack Cork, can help influence players in deciding to move to Turf Moor in the future.
WEST LONDON SPORT
Grant Hall could be sidelined for the whole of this season.
Contract talks with Derby County midfielder Joe Ledley are ongoing, says manager Gary Rowett.
Sam Winnall insists Derby County are not going to let the defeat to Reading dampen their confidence.