MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Pep Guardiola will continue his pursuit of Shakhtar’s Fred as a long-term successor to Fernandinho in the summer.
Reported Man Utd target Jorginho would be a ‘great fit for the Premier League’, according to the player’s agent.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Juventus plan to test Dele Alli’s temperament in their Champions League last 16 second leg clash against Tottenham at Wembley.
West Ham supporters’ proposed protest march before Saturday’s home match against Burnley has been called off.
Fulham wonderkid Ryan Sessegnon wants to move to Liverpool, it has been claimed, providing the London side are not promoted to the Premier League this season.
Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez did offer Aleksandar Mitrovic the chance to be a success on Tyneside this season after simply asking him to show in training he was up to leading the line.
EXPRESS & STAR
Alan Pardew will be given a chance to prove his worth by the West Brom board after being granted a stay of execution.
Wolves made a huge pre-tax loss of £23.2million last season, the club has revealed.
Erik Pieters has revealed he has spoken to Paul Lambert about losing his starting place at Stoke – unhappy but insistent he will put the team first.
HULL DAILY MAIL
A Hull City supporter has been issued with a three-year banning order from attending any event at the KCOM Stadium following his protest against the club’s owners Assem and Ehab Allam.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe warned against diluting football’s physicality and insisted: “You have to be careful you don’t outlaw things too much.”
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Neil Warnock was left fuming that striker Kieffer Moore wasn’t sent off during Cardiff City’s 2-1 win over Barnsley , suggesting the Tykes’ physicality was over the top.
Nottingham Forest have reported a £32m profit in their latest set of accounts.
THE PINK UN
Nelson Oliveira still has a future at Norwich City insists Daniel Farke – but the ball is in his court
Reading have been dealt another huge blow with the news winger Garath McCleary is out for the rest of the season.
Brighton have imposed a temporary ban on Amex season ticket holders who touted their seats for the showpiece win against Arsenal.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy still thinks the play-offs are out of reach despite the 2-1 win at Sheffield Wednesday.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has insisted that the pressure is all on Rangers ahead of Sunday’s game at Ibrox.