MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United are planning a January move for Aaron Ramsey with the Arsenal midfielder’s deal at the Emirates expiring next summer.
Manchester City have agreed a deal to sign Shamrock Rovers goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu.
Tottenham hopes of playing Manchester City at Wembley 24 hours later than planned are in jeopardy because of the difficulty in preparing the national stadium for the fixture.
Arsenal are insisting they will not be held to ransom over Aaron Ramsey’s new contract but still hope the midfielder will commit his future to the club.
Jack Wilshere believes it could be a good time for West Ham to play Arsenal on Saturday as the midfielder prepares for an emotional return to Emirates Stadium.
Chelsea’s summer signing Jorginho has settled seamlessly into the Premier League and London life, according to his agent.
Jurgen Klopp refused to comment on reports that Loris Karius is closing in on a two-year loan with Besiktas.
Everton forward Richarlison believes he could force his way into the Brazilian national team after a strong start to his Royal Blue career.
Stoke City’s pursuit of Brentford midfielder Ryan Woods could be dependent on simultaneously agreeing the sale of Badou Ndiaye back to Galatasaray.
Leicester City have confirmed they will not appeal Jamie Vardy’s red card from the win over Wolves, meaning the striker will serve a three-match suspension.
Matej Vydra could make his Clarets debut against Olympiakos after he was added to Burnley’s squad list for the Europa League.
THE NORTHERN ECHO
Middlesbrough continue to hold discussions with Yannick Bolasie and Mo Besic, and are hoping to tie up loan deals for the Everton duo before the weekend.
Troy Deeney admits that he’s got the ‘buzz’ back after scoring his first goal of the season and praised Watford’s togetherness following their 3-1 win over Burnley.
Shane Duffy has labelled Nigerian centre-back Leon Balogun a ‘big character already’ after his debut against Manchester United on Sunday.
Fraser Forster is running out of time and options to find regular football this season after dropping behind Alex McCarthy and Angus Gunn in the pecking order.
EXPRESS & STAR
Matt Doherty has called for Wolves to learn quickly as they adapt to life in the Premier League.
Sunderland are reportedly keen on a loan move for Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie.
Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson believes he is sharper than ever – and has warned Premier League defenders there is still more to come.