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MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Paris Saint-Germain have offered Marouane Fellaini a contract, according to reports in France.
Yaya Toure says Manchester City are still Champions League underdogs and believes they will not get a true measure of their worth until they face one of the European big guns later in the competition.

LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Manchester United’s marquee summer signing Romelu Lukaku faces a ‘new reality’ now Zlatan Ibrahimovic has returned to fitness, says Tony Cascarino.
Pedro Obiang says he and his West Ham team-mates must do more if they want to turn fortunes around in east London.

LIVERPOOL ECHO
Jamie Carragher has slammed Liverpool for their second-half collapse against Sevilla, declaring: “It was like watching children.”
Schalke expect Liverpool transfer target Leon Goretzka to make a decision over his future “soon”, according to the German club’s sporting director.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE
Jack Colback will be offered out again to clubs in January as Newcastle United look to reshape their squad.
Chris Coleman could receive a boost in January from Papy Djilobodji, if reports in Spain are to be believed, as Celta Vigo and Real Betis have both been linked with moves for the centre-back, who is surplus to requirements and on loan at French club Dijon.

SUNDERLAND ECHO
Chris Coleman tasted defeat in his opening game but Lewis Grabban insists there were “vast improvements” after just one training session with the new boss.
Gus Poyet says he is saddened by Sunderland’s plight but believes owner Ellis Short is not to blame.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL
West Brom should avoid Alan Pardew on a long-term basis and should opt for Sam Allardyce instead, according to former striker, Micky Quinn.
Josh Onomah believes he will return to Tottenham Hotspur a vastly-improved player.
Aston Villa striker Ross McCormack has reportedly been suspended by Melbourne City.
Former Aston Villa chief executive Tom Fox has said that though Aston Villa fans were furious with the sale of Fabian Delph on his watch, they should, in fact, be pleased that the club were able to accrue a decent fee for their key man.

THE SENTINEL
Mark Hughes is interested in bringing Odion Ighalo back to the Premier League from China.

THE DAILY ECHO
Rickie Lambert insists that now is not the time to panic about Southampton’s poor form and believes it’s a “matter of time” before Mauricio Pellegrino’s men climb up the Premier League.

HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City head coach Leonid Slutsky will be given the chance to save his job when hosting Bristol City on Saturday after being handed a stay of execution by the club’s board

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO
Ryan Fraser hopes ditching a diet of ‘rabbit food’ will help him start to feast on Premier League appearances.

LEICESTER MERCURY
Leicester City boss Claude Puel has told striker Kelechi Iheanacho he will get his chance soon.
Claude Puel says he doesn’t know if some of his fringe players still have a future at the King Power Stadium.

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DERBY TELEGRAPH
Derby County youngster Timi Elsnik is set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines for Swindon Town, after picking up a muscular injury.

NOTTINGHAM POST
Motherwell got a “good” deal when they signed former Nottingham Forest youngster Deimantas Petravicius, according to the Scottish club’s chief scout, Martin Foyle.
Joe Worrall will be a ‘Premier League talent’ if he continues his learning curve at Nottingham Forest, says Mark Warburton.

THE BOLTON NEWS
Bolton will be in the hunt for “three or four” players in the January window, says chairman Ken Anderson.

EVENING TIMES
Rangers caretaker boss Graeme Murty admits it would be “good for all involved” if the club wrapped up their search for a new manager.
Barry Ferguson has accused Rangers of lacking class as the club’s search for a new manager drags on.

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