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

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Tottenham are ready to offer Heung-Min Son a new contract as he approaches the final two years of his current deal.
Roy Hodgson says he is open to the possibility of signing a contract extension but insists he is for now only focused on keeping Crystal Palace up.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Jose Mourinho has all but confirmed Zlatan Ibrahimovic will leave Manchester United at the end of the season.
Jose Mourinho has praised Scott McTominay’s parents for their influence on the Manchester United youngster even though he has never met them.

LIVERPOOL ECHO
Jurgen Klopp and Mohamed Salah have been nominated for Premier League awards.
Yesterday’s headline in L’Equipe read ‘Liverpool loves Mario Lemina’, as the Merseyside club were linked with the Southampton midfielder.
In-form Roberto Firmino has claimed he is enjoying the best run of his Liverpool career to date.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE
Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic believes the Cottagers will face stiff competition for Aleksandar Mitrovic this summer – if they decide to make a permanent bid for the Newcastle United striker.

SUNDERLAND ECHO
Jack Rodwell remains on the fringes at Sunderland and is not part of Chris Coleman’s survival plans.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL
Sam Johnstone has revealed he is in the dark over his future at Aston Villa, but insists he is focused solely on gaining promotion to the Premier League.

EXPRESS & STAR
Alan Pardew admits he may not last another defeat on the eve of his crunch game with Watford.
Romain Saiss is confident Wolves will bounce back this weekend – after a difficult week of training in the snow.

THE SENTINEL
Saido Berahino has been told a few home truths about his fitness levels as manager Paul Lambert desperately tries to knock him into shape in time for the final push.

THE DAILY ECHO
Alex McCarthy has urged Southampton to thrive under the pressure of their Premier League relegation scrap.

LEICESTER MERCURY
Leicester could face competition from West Ham, Everton and Arsenal if they wish to pursue West Brom defender Jonny Evans in the summer – but they could get him at a cut-price deal.

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