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

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NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

  • Newcastle United are looking to reward exciting young midfielder Sean Longstaff with an improved contract.

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

  • Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy today revealed he wants the club’s new ground to host a future Champions League final.
  • Antonio Rudiger is expected to still be available for the climax to Chelsea’s season despite suffering a knee injury against Liverpool on Sunday.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

  • Alexis Sanchez has returned to action for Manchester United, and he has a new nickname to go along with it – El Chapo, to match his new moustache.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

  • Virgil van Dijk insists Liverpool are ready to last the pace in pursuit of a dream Premier League and Champions League double.
  • Everton manager Marco Silva has waded into the debate over who is the best left-back in the city, backing his man, Lucas Digne, over Andy Robertson.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

  • Alex Neil has defended his decision to stay at Preston North End amid interest from West Brom, saying: “I would be a complete hypocrite if I left.”
  • Dwight Gayle has already outlined his intention to remain at The Hawthorns beyond this season – but West Bromwich Albion could face competition for him in the summer.

FOOTBALL.LONDON

  • Liverpool star Andy Robertson has sent a message to Callum Hudson-Odoi after the pair met at Anfield on Sunday, saying that he will go on to big things in football.

THE SENTINEL

  • Ashley Williams is prepared to wait until the end of the season to sort out his own future.

WATFORD OBSERVER

  • Elton John’s ‘I’m Still Standing’ will replace Z-Cars as the music played at Vicarage Road prior to Watford matches “from now on”.

LEICESTER MERCURY

  • An image problem prevented Claude Puel from seeing through his Leicester City project, the former manager has sa0id.
  • Leicester City have been linked with a big-money move for Ajax midfielder Hakim Ziyech.
  • Brendan Rodgers has revealed how he hopes to improve ‘impressive’ midfielder Wilfred Ndidi.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

  • Jackson Irvine says he was always keen to complete the job of keeping Burton Albion in the Championship in 2016-17 – despite a lucrative offer from the Chinese Super League.

NOTTINGHAM POST

  • Stuart Pearce believes Nottingham Forest need to stick by manager Martin O’Neill, and exercise some patience, rather than continue chopping and changing as they have done for a number of years.

EVENING GAZETTE

  • Middlesbrough are taking a closer look at a non-league winger Samuel Folarin, who has been handed a two-week trial at Rockliffe.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

  • Accrington Stanley’s owner Andy Holt has spoken of the plans in place for a new pitch at the Wham Stadium, but admits he didn’t want to rush in to it.

BRISTOL POST

  • Bristol City are reported to be chasing goalkeeper Joe Lumley, who was in high demand last summer, and spent half a season on loan at Bristol Rovers in 2016/17.

COVENTRY TELEGRAPH

  • Coventry City’s owners have not told the club whether they intend to drop legal action over the sale of the Ricoh.

EDINBURGH EVENING NEWS

  • Craig Levein insists Hearts have no plans to cash in on burgeoning centre-back John Souttar this summer.
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