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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Jose Mourinho has suggested Petr Cech is behind Thibaut Courtois in the Chelsea pecking order - and hinted at a possible Blues exit for the Czech international.

Louis van Gaal wants back three of Jonny Evans, Mats Hummels and Thomas Vermaelen for new season.

Jose Mourinho admits he won't be able to blame his strikers if Chelsea fail to win a trophy again next season.

Manchester United striker Chicharito has given his clearest indication yet that he is looking to leave the club this summer.

Thibaut Courtois believes Petr Cech is still one of the best goalkeepers in the world and wants to learn from his rival at Chelsea.

QPR are facing late competition from Southampton in their bid to sign Norwich midfielder Leroy Fer.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Manchester City's summer transfer business will be complete following the addition of a centre-back, Ferran Sorriano has revealed.

Louis van Gaal is determined to leave a legacy at Manchester United - even if he's only at Old Trafford for three years.

Jonny Evans accepts he is facing a make-or-break season at Manchester United.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Liverpool are closing in on a double swoop for Spanish full-backs Alberto Moreno and Javier Manquillo.

Steven Pienaar wants to put his injury-hit previous campaign behind him and play a starring role in Everton push for the top four this season.

Jordan Henderson is convinced Liverpool have both the quality and the hunger to kick on this season.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle United are refusing to be distracted by an outburst from Hatem Ben Arfa's agent Michel Ouazine.

Gustavo Poyet says Sunderland's great escape hero Connor Wickham must commit his future to the club or prepare to move on.

Danish star Peter Lovenkrands believes World Cup hero Tim Krul must stay at St James' Park and wants to see him prosper there.

THE JOURNAL

Alan Pardew claims any deal for Loic Remy could be 'straightforward'.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Sunderland are prepared to offload Connor Wickham if the Great Escape hero doesn't pen a new deal at the Stadium of Light, admits Gus Poyet.

Alfred N'Diaye's inclusion on Sunderland's pre-season trip to Portugal is no guarantee of the midfielder's part in Gus Poyet's plans.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Paul Lambert says Roy Keane's immediate impact at Aston Villa is helping to bring the best out of the club's stars.

EXPRESS & STAR

Wolves today declared Danny Batth is not for sale after the towering defender was linked with Aston Villa.

THE SENTINEL

Geoff Cameron is back at Stoke City and wanting to know what the future holds after interest from up to nine clubs over the summer.

NEWHAM RECORDER

West Ham have pulled off another transfer coup by securing the loan signing of Arsenal full back Carl Jenkinson for the season.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Garry Monk has admitted Swansea City are tracking Tottenham's Kyle Naughton but insists they have made no firm approach for the player yet.

Former Swansea City midfielder Scott Sinclair could be on his way to Aston Villa if Paul Lambert's proposed loan move for Chelsea's Victor Moses falls through.

WALES ONLINE

Cardiff City are standing firm over Gary Medel and have told Inter Milan: "Meet our valuation or he's going nowhere."

Swansea City boss Garry Monk admits there is still more business to be done in the transfer window, but he won't be splashing the cash around.

THE PINK UN

Andrew Surman has a big future at Norwich City, insists Canaries' boss Neil Adams.

THE DAILY ECHO

Algerian midfielder Saphir Taider is expected to become the latest part of Ronald Koeman's Southampton rebuilding jigsaw.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Zan Benedicic remains on course to complete his loan to Leeds United and arrive at Elland Road in time for the start of the new season.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

Derby County's search for a striker could see them turn to Blackburn Rovers' Leon Best.

NOTTINGHAM POST

Nottingham Forest are ready to splash the cash to ensure they have the firepower to mount a promotion challenge, says Stuart Pearce.

LEICESTER MERCURY

Leicester City striker David Nugent looks sharp and ready to play in the Premier League, says assistant manager Craig Shakespeare.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Tom Heaton is relishing the extra competition provided by Matt Gilks this season after putting pen to paper on a new three-year contract at Burnley.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Bolton boss Dougie Freedman reveals Andy Lonergan has been told he will start the season as first choice for Wanderers.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

Blackpool are closing in on Andrea Orlandi after completing the signing of Jose Miguel Cubero.

EVENING GAZETTE

The chance to join Middlesbrough was too good to turn down, said new signing James Husband.

THE STAR

Sheffield United's move for Kieron Freeman has hit a stumbling block, manager Nigel Clough revealed last night, which could also affect their ability to sign fellow Derby County player Mason Bennett on loan.

DONCASTER FREE PRESS

Paul Dickov will today step up his hunt for two goalkeepers as he prepares for Doncaster Rovers' final friendly against Rotherham United at the Keepmoat tomorrow.

READING POST

Reading have announced they have entered into a partnership with a consortium led by 76-year-old Thai businesswoman Khunying Sasima Srivikorn.

THE ARGUS

David Stockdale insists there were plenty of positives in defeat for Brighton against Southampton.

IPSWICH STAR

Wide-eyed Ipswich Town new boy Bálint Bajner has told supporters 'call me what you want', such is his desire to impress.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has praised Brett Pitman's work ethic during pre-season and insists the door is still open for the striker to play a "big part" in Cherries' future.

THE SCOTSMAN

Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon believes that a lack of investment and the short time his successor Ronny Deila has had to settle into the job were behind the Scottish champions' dramatic 4-1 defeat by Legia Warsaw on Wednesday.

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