LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal will not be forced into a repeat of their frenetic transfer dealings of 2011.
Romelu Lukaku would relish the competition provided by Wayne Rooney if Chelsea can seal a deal for the Manchester United striker.
Real Madrid appear to be so confident of signing Tottenham's Gareth Bale that fans of the Spanish giants are already able to buy shirts with his name on the back from the club store.
Borussia Dortmund, who were on the brink of financial collapse eight years ago, made a profit of £46million last season.
Andros Townsend will not be joining QPR on loan, according to Harry Redknapp.
QPR captain Clint Hill has lambasted new goal-line technology as grossly unfair to everyone outside the Premier League.
Fulham's Kieran Richardson faces up to four weeks on the sidelines with a hamstring injury.
Martin Jol still wants two more players to complete his Fulham squad.
A new survey of Chelsea supporters has revealed widespread discontent about match ticket prices at Stamford Bridge.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United are furious at what they perceive to be calculated attempts by Chelsea to unsettle Wayne Rooney before Monday's meeting.
United boss David Moyes has admitted there is "a possibility" no signings will be made before the transfer window closes.
Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany is set for up to a month on the sidelines with the groin injury he sustained against Newcastle.
City's defensive injury crisis could have a silver lining for Joleon Lescott as he fights for his future.
Manchester City midfielder Denis Suarez has completed his move to Barcelona in a bid for more competitive football.
Brendan Rodgers says Liverpool must spend before the transfer window shuts if they are serious about competing for a Champions League spot this season.
Rodgers insists Martin Skrtel is not for sale.
Roberto Martinez wants to make at least one more addition to his Everton squad before the transfer window closes.
Alan Pardew insists he won't have to sell Newcastle players to finance any transfer deals in the last days of the transfer window.
Pardew claims United do have a strategy in place for the closing week of the transfer window.
Paolo Di Canio knows Sunderland's opening day defeat gave his critics fresh ammunition - but he is determined to prove them wrong.
Stand-in left-back Jack Colback says Di Canio's new attacking set-up at Sunderland gives him a license to get forward from defence.
Sunderland's latest signing Charis Mavrias says the time was right for his to leave Greece for a crack at the Premier League.
Alan Pardew insists he is not resigned to losing Yohan Cabaye and under no pressure to sell the Frenchman.
Sunderland's scouts have been looking at bringing Dundee United's teenage wonderkid Ryan Gauld to Wearside.
Swansea midfielder Ki Sung-Yeung has emerged as the next target for Sunderland.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Swansea's hopes of holding on to Ashley Williams could be boosted as Arsenal turn their attention to Manchester City's Micah Richards.
Gabby Agbonlahor says Paul Lambert has set the standard and the Aston Villa team has a winning mentality.
Paul Lambert played down his clash with Jose Mourinho but insists: "No one will stop me protecting my team."
Liam Ridgewell has tipped West Brom team-mate Ben Foster to topple Ben Hart as England number one.
Steve Clarke says Nicolas Anelka's decision to walk out on West Brom had nothing to do with him falling out of love with the club.
EXPRESS & STAR
Steve Clarke admits Nicolas Anelka's shock exit has added to the pressure on West Brom ahead of a busy final week of transfer activity.
Kenny Jackett has urged Wolves to claim League One's top spot tonight - and stay there.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds manager Brian McDermott has made a new winger his wish for the last week of the transfer window after signing Scott Wootton and confirming the start of contract talks with Ross McCormack.
The club are also ready to throw Sam Byram into a youth-team fixture and give him the chance to prove his fitness.
THE PINK UN
Norwich City boss Chris Hughton admitted Elliott Bennett's long-term injury lay-off could force him back into the transfer market.
Chris Hughton is also in no rush to offload Norwich centre-back Dani Ayala after the Spaniard was linked with a permanent move to Middlesbrough.
Mauricio Pochettino sees a Southampton future with Rickie Lambert and record signing Dani Osvaldo playing together in the same team.
Royston Drenthe insists his Reading team-mates will have him to answer to at Blackpool if he suspects any of them are settling for preserving the club's unbeaten start to the season.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes says there has been no bids as yet for any of his players - including striker Cameron Jerome.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Bolton boss Dougie Freedman says his players have done their homework on how to tackle QPR hitman Charlie Austin.
Simon Grayson is unsure how significant a part the venue of Preston's clash against Coventry City will play in the overall outcome of the match.
Chris Kirkland continues his Sheffield Wednesday renaissance this weekend with manager Dave Jones believing that he should never give up on an England recall.
Lee McCulloch insists it has been business as usual at Rangers - despite the club being rocked by betting allegations against midfielder Ian Black.
Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk insists they can overturn their Champions League deficit against Shakhter Karagandy with the help of their fans.
Neil Lennon has signed a new contract as Celtic manager, but the one-year rolling length of the contract and his salary are both unchanged.
Rangers investor Jim McColl insists he will not relent from his attempt to oust Ibrox chief executive Craig Mather as it emerged a date has been set for a vote on boardroom changes.