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Regional Paper Talk: Shaw thing for Utd

Manchester United have been urged to move for Luke Shaw and Ross Barkley, while Glen Johnson has expressed his desire to stay at Liverpool.

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Luke Shaw: Rated highly by Eric Harrison

Luke Shaw: Rated highly by Eric Harrison

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Barcelona will make another move for David Luiz this summer but will have to bid in excess of £30million to tempt Chelsea to sell.

The modern-day footballer is plagued by a desire for instant wealth and celebrity, rather than sporting success, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has said.

Eden Hazard is disputing Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho's assertion that the attacking midfielder is due a rest.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Javier Hernandez has admitted he was delighted to join up with the Mexico squad this week because David Moyes is not 'taking him into account' at Manchester United.

Manchester United star-maker Eric Harrison has urged his beloved Reds to go after young England starlets Luke Shaw and Ross Barkley.

Aleksandar Kolarov believes the side that holds their nerve will win the Premier League title.

Fernandinho will stride out in the famous yellow shirt of Brazil on Wednesday night after crediting City for the re-birth of his international career.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Glen Johnson admits Liverpool have yet to open talks about a new contract but the right-back insists he is desperate to stay at Anfield.

Gerard Deulofeu has revealed that he wants to return to Barcelona at the end of the season.

Steven Gerrard reckons he may not have recovered from a career-threatening injury had it not been for the psychiatrist who England will now count on at this summer's World Cup.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

French striker Loic Remy insists Newcastle United aren't hung up about losing star man Yohan Cabaye.

THE JOURNAL

Toon goalkeeper Tim Krul targets the World Cup in Brazil - and also hopes that Loic Remy stays at Newcastle United.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Hamburg technical director Lee Congerton is in line to become Sunderland's new director of football.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Matt Lowton will fight for his place at Aston Villa after clear-the-air talks with manager Paul Lambert.

EXPRESS & STAR

Chris Brunt will make Albion history tonight on the back of a ringing endorsement of his Baggies captaincy.

THE SENTINEL

Peter Odemwingie has declared himself a possible starter at Norwich City on Saturday - and says it's high time Stoke broke their away-day hoodoo.

Stoke City operated at a £31m loss as the club adjusted to life back outside European competition last season, new figures reveal.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Pajtim Kasami fears his World Cup dream will go down the pan unless he cements a regular spot in Fulham's first XI.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Ashley Williams will brush off a bout of sickness to lead out Wales tonight and declared: "I will always play if I can."

THE DAILY ECHO

England manager Roy Hodgson has indicated that Luke Shaw is in a shoot-out with Ashley Cole for one place at the World Cup.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Hull City's vice-chairman Ehab Allam has written an open letter to fans about the proposed Hull Tigers rebrand and the club's plans to generate more income.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Matt Smith aims to respond to the challenge of fresh competition at Leeds United by finishing the season with a streak of form which puts him in line for a new contract.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

Derby County midfielder Will Hughes says running out for England at his home ground tonight would be a very proud moment.

LEICESTER MERCURY

Leicester City deserve more credit for the way they have gone about building a promotion-challenging squad, believes manager Nigel Pearson.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Blackburn Rovers did not comment last night on reports that top scorer Jordan Rhodes is set to sign a new long-term contract with the club.

Blackburn Rovers' players have been told beating Burnley at Ewood Park on Sunday and extending their unbeaten run over their fiercest rivals to 12 matches will be as 'good as it gets' in their careers.

Brendan Flood's return to the Burnley board has been confirmed.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Dougie Freedman has no plans to give marathon man Jay Spearing a rest - despite him totting up 48 hours of Championship action to date.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

Barry Ferguson insists any addition to his management team will be his decision and not Karl Oyston's.

THE STAR

Caolan Lavery is closing in on a new contract and wants to stay at Hillsborough.

IPSWICH STAR

Ipswich Town striker David McGoldrick is frustrated to have been sidelined for 10 weeks, but is determined to return before the end of the season.

EVENING TIMES

Lee McCulloch today called on his Rangers team-mates to show a stark improvement at Ibrox during the final weeks of the season.

THE SCOTSMAN

The general secretary of UEFA has given Celtic's aspirations to exit Scottish football a boost by declaring the association were ready to discuss the proposal with the Scottish champons.

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