LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Charlton would miss out on a much-needed £3million windfall if Everton manager Marco Silva gets his way and keeps Ademola Lookman.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester City are prepared to let Aleks Zinchenko go to Real Betis… as long as the Spanish club come up with hard cash.
Vincent Kompany has revealed that he is intending to keep playing for another three years.
Divock Origi’s hopes of securing a move to Borussia Dortmund appear to have been dashed. Liverpool have ended talks with the Bundesliga outfit who were unwilling to meet the £27million asking price.
Everton are not interested in raiding the market for free agents. The Blues have been linked with a number of unattached players this week but Marco Silva is clear on the club’s stance.
Newcastle midfielder Ki Sung-yueng is considering retiring from international football – but South Korea’s new coach will attempt to dissuade the veteran from doing so.
EXPRESS & STAR
Club captain Danny Batth still has a future at Molineux, sporting director Kevin Thelwell has stated, as Wolves prepare for a busy week in the transfer market.
Unai Emery has backed Pierre-Emerick Aubameynag to hit the goal trail soon following his disappointing start to the season.
Gary Rowett hopes to have Brentford midfielder Ryan Woods in his line up against Hull City after moving quickly ahead of tomorrow’s game. Woods is due at the club for a medical after Stoke and Brentford finally shook hands on a deal.
THE DAILY ECHO
Harrison Reed is expected to depart Saints on loan as Mark Hughes tries to get game time for some of the club’s younger players.
Eddie Howe remained tight-lipped on whether club record signing Jefferson Lerma could tomorrow make his first Premier League appearance.
Claude Puel admits he is not sure whether any more of his Leicester City squad will be moving on before the international transfer window closes next week.
Sunderland are in talks with Benfica over a potential deal for midfielder Didier Ndong.
Martin Montoya turned down a move to Liverpool so he could give his Barcelona dream one last chance.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Stuart O’Keefe and Rhys Healey are leaving Cardiff City on loan until January, Neil Warnock has confirmed. Midfielder O’Keefe will head to Plymouth Argyle on a temporary deal, while promising young striker Healey is set to join MK Dons.
Derby County boss Frank Lampard is experiencing his first transfer window as a manager and he is not impressed with the way the current window is set up, describing it as a “bit messy”.
Tony Pulis has suggested Steve Gibson may be tempted to have his say on the transfer window once the deadline has passed.
Blackburn manager Tony Mowbray says the free agent market isn’t one he is looking to explore further, despite the move for Jack Rodwell.
THE PINK UN
Timm Klose was not saying goodbye to the Carrow Road faithful after Norwich City’s pressure-relieving win over Preston, Daniel Farke insists.
Bristol City’s chief executive officer Mark Ashton is hoping to strengthen the club’s relationship with Chelsea after the arrival of Tomas Kalas for the season.