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Santi Cazorla has revealed he might leave Arsenal at the end of his contract, while Sunderland's Alfred N'Diaye may join Real Betis.

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Santi Cazorla has claimed he might leave Arsenal at the end of his contract if the club's trophy drought continues.

Erik Lamela remains in contention for a place in Argentina's World Cup squad, despite a torrid first season at Tottenham.

Andre Schurrle believes no team will want to play Chelsea in the Champions League semi-finals after their stunning triumph over Paris St Germain.

Jose Mourinho has no particular desire to take on former club Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-finals, when he believes Chelsea's "special spirit" can again prove the difference.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Toni Kroos' agent has insisted the Bayern Munich midfielder will not join Manchester United this summer.

Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola is willing to bet "a big glass of beer" Wayne Rooney will play on Wednesday and says the Manchester United forward is one of the best players he has ever seen.

Sergio Aguero was unstoppable before his injury. And he's back just in time to face Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Daniel Agger is expected to be fit for Liverpool's crunch clash with Manchester City this weekend.

Everton boss Roberto Martinez believes Ross Barkley is maturing into a pass master in midfield after his milestone display against Arsenal.

Everton have been given a resounding thumbs-up in an annual survey carried out across fans of every Premier League club.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Former Newcastle United chairman Freddy Shepherd says he would be 'silly' to snub the chance of a return to St James' Park.

THE JOURNAL

Alan Pardew will consider a £4m summer move for Micah Richards after the former defender made it known he wants to leave Manchester City.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Real Betis are expected to get the ball rolling on a summer clear-out at Sunderland by making a firm bid for Alfred N'Diaye next month.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert says critics of Andi Weimann are 'missing the point'.

Albion midfielder Morgan Amalfitano is urging supporters to get behind the club for the run-in as they look to secure survival after crucial win at Carrow Road.

EXPRESS & STAR

Albion defender Billy Jones today admitted he expects a frustrating wait to regain his starting place despite declaring himself ready to face Tottenham on Saturday.

THE SENTINEL

Marc Wilson will have a score to settle when Stoke clash with Newcastle at the Brit on Saturday after enduring one of the worst moments of his life when he last played against the Magpies.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

David Stockdale insists Fulham have the stomach for a survival scrap.

SOUTH LONDON PRESS

Dorian Dervite has confirmed the South London Press' exclusive last week that he is in talks over a long-term contract.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Ashley Williams' representatives have suggested he could be interested in a move to Napoli if the Italian giants firmed up their reported interest in the Swansea City captain.

Pablo Hernandez hopes hunger to survive will outdo desire to thrive when Swansea City host Chelsea this weekend.

THE PINK UN

Chris Hughton was adamant he would have led the Canaries to Premier League safety but chief executive David McNally disputes the notion City's board clung on too long before his dismissal.

THE DAILY ECHO

Jay Rodriguez's injury could add further pressure on Saints to strengthen their squad this summer - despite the club's "difficult" financial position.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Steve Bruce accepts he must soon make "horrible and nasty" decisions as he draws up his Hull City side to face Sheffield United in this weekend's FA Cup semi-final.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Massimo Cellino arrived in Leeds last night to take immediate and hands-on control at Elland Road with Brian McDermott's future high on the agenda after a sorry beating at Watford.

Leeds United managing director David Haigh was on the verge of the sack last night, despite insisting he would stay at Elland Road and take up the role of chief executive under Massimo Cellino.

LEICESTER MERCURY

Leicester City's owners have paid tribute to manager Nigel Pearson as fans last night celebrated promotion to the Premier League.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Bolton defender Tim Ream could be a £4million summer transfer target for West Brom, according to reports in the Black Country.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

Frustrations spilled over at Bloomfield Road last night as fan protests resulted in ugly scenes in the closing stages of Blackpool's defeat by Derby.

EVENING TIMES

Beram Kayal is back - and the midfielder aims to stay in the Celtic side.

Scotland Under-21 star Dylan McGeouch will hold talks with Celtic this summer to find out whether he still has a future at the club.

Former Ibrox skipper Ally Dawson says under-fire gaffer Ally McCoist is still the man to lead Rangers back to the top of the Scottish game.

THE SCOTSMAN

Hearts administrators BDO were last night still preparing to submit an application to the Scottish Professional Football League for early payment of the money they are due to receive at the end of the season.

Craig Brewster was the first player to score a winner for Dundee United against Rangers in the Scottish Cup - and he's tipping Jackie McNamara's side to add to Ally McCoist's misery by coming out on top in their semi-final at Ibrox on Saturday.

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