LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Aaron Ramsey is expected to make his comeback in next Sunday's north London derby but is yet to return to full training.
Erik Lamela was due to return to Tottenham today after the latest stage of his rehabilitation but the coaching staff were unsure about when he would be fit to play again.
An Arsenal fan has raised a petition calling on the FA to suspend Liverpool defender Daniel Agger for his challenge on Jack Wilshere.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester City could be forced to buy English in the summer unless Micah Richards and Jack Rodwell can fight their way back into contention.
David Moyes has written an open letter to United season ticket holders to show his gratitude for their support during a difficult campaign.
Liverpool vice-captain Daniel Agger insists his conscience is clear over the tackle which broke Jack Wilshere's foot.
Lucas Leiva and Mamadou Sakho will both make their long-awaited returns for Liverpool's Under-21 side tonight.
Mathieu Debuchy has admitted playing for Newcastle United in the Premier League has made him a better player - and is confident starring for the black-and-whites has kept his World Cup dream alive and kicking.
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has asked for a personal hearing to plead his case after accepting a Football Association misconduct charge.
Jozy Altidore says Sunderland are a hard team to play for after not even making the bench for the League Cup final.
Ki Sung-Yueng insists he has had no further contact with Swansea City after the managerial upheaval at the Welsh club.
Wes Brown is backing fellow centre-half Santiago Vergini to be a hit at Sunderland.
Vito Mannone believes this year's cup competitions have taught Sunderland to be "winners".
Paul Lambert yet to decide on new Villa contract for Gary Gardner as injury-hit midfielder looks to regain fitness while on loan at Sheffield Wednesday.
EXPRESS & STAR
Striker Saido Berahino today claimed Albion's famous Old Trafford victory can inspire them to pull off an historic Premier League double over Manchester United tomorrow.
Peter Crouch has pledged his long-term future to Stoke City, and would love to reach a century of Premier League goals in a red and white shirt.
Fulham's survival hopes have been dealt another blow as winger Damien Duff looks likely to miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.
SOUTH LONDON PRESS
Charlton boss Chris Powell has revealed he has agreed terms on a contract extension - but that there is still discussions to take place over footballing issues.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Ashley Williams believes Swansea City can thrive in the end-of-season run-in now there's nothing to distract them from their Premier League survival bid.
Nearly a week after Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan created more headlines by addressing the struggling team and offering them a reported incentive to stay up, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has opened up on what happened.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City boss Steve Bruce has confirmed Robbie Brady will not play again this season after undergoing major groin surgery.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
The Italian lawyer of Massimo Cellino said last night that he expects Cellino to be cleared of the tax evasion charges which are threatening to wreck his takeover of Leeds United.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Stuart Holden will be given every chance to prove he can return as a player at Wanderers before being offered any other role at the club.
Barry Ferguson has turned to Eric Black to help Blackpool climb back up the Championship table.
Tomas Mejias has suffered a serious hand injury and has been ruled out for at least four weeks.
Craig Hignett will not be a 'yes man', insists Aitor Karanka.
Andrea Orlandi has been ruled out of Albion's key home game against Reading tomorrow.
Frazer Richardson could do enough to earn a permanent deal at Ipswich Town without making a single start during his temporary spell in Suffolk.
Frank McGarvey says Georgios Samaras has become surplus to requirements at Celtic and believes the striker's likely summer departure should cause fans no concern.
Ally McCoist will hold showdown talks with Rangers chief executive Graham Wallace next week to discuss his summer transfer strategy.
East Stirlingshire chairman Tony Ford has placed himself on a potential collision course with the Scottish Professional Football League by ordering his players to walk off the pitch if they encounter any further instances of racist abuse.