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

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Fulham are keen to open talks with Ryan Sessegnon over a new contract with the teenage star’s current deal expiring in less than two years
Nacho Monreal insists he is happy at Arsenal and claims talks are progressing well over a contract extension despite entering the final year of his existing deal without an agreement.
Arsenal youngster Vontae Daley-Campbell has become the latest bright young English talent to be courted by continental giants. Bundesliga sides RB Leipzig and Schalke are among those tracking the 17-year-old right-back, as are Italian clubs Sassuolo and Atalanta.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Phil Foden has the potential to be world-class, according to Paul Gascoigne.
Paris Saint-Germain head coach Thomas Tuchel will not be involved in the decision over where Adrien Rabiot plays his football next season.

LIVERPOOL ECHO
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright insists work is going on behind the scenes over the club’s proposed new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock – but said: “We’re not there yet”.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE
Rafa Benitez will err on the side of caution with Jonjo Shelvey, who returned to training and has told the Newcastle manager he can play against Arsenal.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL
John Terry’s move to Spartak Moscow has hit the rocks – and now Aston Villa are reportedly back in the chase.
Steve Bruce hopes to be able to call upon Yannick Bolasie for the first time at Blackburn Rovers on Saturday.
Lille are interested in Bulgaria international goalkeeper Nikolay Mihaylov, according to reports.

EXPRESS AND STAR
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo says he is doing his best to be calmer on the touchline – but his primary concern remains his players.

STOKE SENTINEL
Bojan insists he is up for the fight as he bids to establish himself in Gary Rowett’s new-look Stoke City team.
Rowett admits Stoke have fallen short of high pre-season expectations – but is urging fans not to pass judgement too early.

LEICESTER MERCURY
England’s latest debutant Ben Chilwell admits he had to stay focused on a memorable night for the Leicester City defender at the King Power Stadium.

NOTTINGHAM POST
Gboly Ariyibi is reportedly ‘not in favour’ of a return to Chesterfield. Nottingham Forest had agreed to loan the winger back to his former club, with the deal contingent on the player himself agreeing.
Notts County would consider selling naming rights to their home of more than 100 years – as long as ‘Meadow Lane’ is retained in the title.

DERBY TELEGRAPH
Darren Bent says he would love to join former England team-mate Steven Gerrard at Rangers. Bent is currently a free agent after being released by Derby County at the end of last season.

YORKSHIRE POST
Leeds United are confident striker Patrick Bamford will return for a key part of the season after ascertaining the extent of the forward’s knee injury.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH
Joe Hart is convinced there is more to come from Burnley after the international break – but admits actions will speak louder than words.

DAILY ECHO
Mark Hughes is hopeful that Saints will be at full capacity when they resume action after the international break.

WEST LONDON SPORT
Amit Bhatia has insisted he will have the final say over decision-making following his recent appointment as QPR chairman.

THE ARGUS
Matthew Ryan has urged Albion to raise their game in the next batch of matches after the international break.

EVENING TIMES
Gordon Scott, the St Mirren chairman, has revealed the Paisley club will appoint a technical director to oversee football matters following the 77 day reign of Alan Stubbs as manager.

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