MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester City are refusing to be panicked over reports of renewed Real Madrid interest in Raheem Sterling.
Eric Bailly was not injured for Manchester United’s 3-0 defeat to Tottenham on Monday night and was dropped by Jose Mourinho.
Ryan Giggs has backed Jose Mourinho to stay at Manchester United and called for the fans to get behind the manager and the team.
Celtic are among a number of clubs interested in signing Manchester City starlet Douglas Luiz, according to reports
LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Danny Rose reveals Tottenham future is still uncertain but thanks Mauricio Pochettino for show of faith.
Turkish club Fenerbahce have insisted they are not trying to sign Tottenham midfielder Moussa Sissoko.
Kurt Zouma says his confidence hasn’t been affected by last season’s loan move to Stoke.
Spanish publication Sport Witness claim that Sandro Ramirez will fly to Spain tomorrow to complete his loan move to Real Sociedad..
Tyrone Mears knows he has limited opportunities to extend his West Brom career.
Nacer Chadli is sweating on his West Bromwich Albion future with the Belgian international determined to quit the club before Friday’s deadline, reports the Telegraph.
EXPRESS & STAR
Nuno Espirito Santo was pleased for Wolves striker Leo Bonatini to end his goal drought – and insisted Danny Batth is still in his plans.
Aston Villa new-boy Yannick Bolasie is ready to embrace the challenge of being a ‘marked man’ in the Championship.
Brighton’s young Serbian striker Bojan Radulovic has gone back to Spain on loan to fourth-tier club RCD Espanyol B for the season.
Jak Alnwick will be allowed to join Scunthorpe on loan where he will link up with ex-Gers boss Stuart McCall.
Cameron Jerome has been linked with a move to the Turkish Super Lig club Goztepe.
Derby County defender Max Lowe going out on loan is a possibility before the window closes on Friday.
Oxford United have made contact with Wes Hoolahan about signing the free agent, according to head coach Karl Robinson.
WEST LONDON SPORT
QPR are trying hard to offload Idrissa Sylla.