LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Leandro Damiao is the only centre-forward Andre Villas-Boas has asked Daniel Levy to bring to Tottenham before the transfer window closes on Thursday.
Arsene Wenger insisted Arsenal can still have a successful season even if they do not sign any new players in January as he admitted the club have failed in their attempt to land Barcelona forward David Villa.
Chelsea captain John Terry has told his team-mates their performances have not been good enough and demanded they raise their game to save the season.
Anton Ferdinand and Rob Hulse are the latest players to be shown the Loftus Road exit as Harry Redknapp's QPR clear-out continues.
The door has been left open for Jose Bosingwa to work his way back into Harry Redknapp's affections at QPR.
Fulham legend Barry Hayles insists his former club are in good hands under Martin Jol, despite their recent dip in form.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United are weighing up a late transfer window swoop for Celtic midfield powerhouse Victor Wanyama.
Pablo Zabaleta is finally getting the recognition he deserves at Manchester City after enjoying a stellar season, and assistant boss David Platt says he epitomises everything you would want in a footballer.
Manchester United star Paul Scholes was left red-faced when thieves stole his car - as he left it defrosting on his driveway with the engine running.
John Aldridge label's Liverpool's trip to Arsenal on Wednesday night as the club's biggest game of the season.
Ian Snodin believes John Heitinga making all the right noises over his Everton future.
Fabricio Coloccini has insisted that he is focused on nothing other than ensuring Newcastle United hold on to their Premier League status.
James McFadden is set to extend his stay at Sunderland - although he could be heading for an early loan spell in the Championship.
Martin O'Neill is hopeful of signing at least one new Sunderland striker this week and will be "worried" if he cannot.
Tim Krul believes Newcastle have the strength in depth to compete for the rest of the season.
Martin O'Neill admits a new striker is at the top of his wish-list over the next 48 hours, as Sunderland look to take advantage of Danny Graham's uncertain future at Swansea City.
Martin O'Neill insists that Swansea revelation Michu was never a genuine target for Sunderland during the summer.
Simon Mignolet insists Sunderland have plenty still to fight for this season.
Harry Redknapp has confirmed Queens Park Rangers have expressed an interest in Stoke striker Peter Crouch.
Southampton new boy Vegard Forren admits he never spoke to Nigel Adkins about joining Saints.
WIGAN EVENING POST
Roberto Martinez believes Wigan Athletic are only "fine margins" away from rediscovering their top form.
Reading boss Brian McDermott has confirmed that the club are after highly-rated Blackpool winger Thomas Ince.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Michael Laudrup has revealed that he could sign a player on loan this month as speculation mounts over the future of Danny Graham.
Tony Mowbray has ruled out signing a short-term replacement for injured Justin Hoyte.
Tony Mowbray has urged terrace target Marvin Emnes to prove the Middlesbrough boo boys wrong.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds United are in advanced talks over the proposed signing of left-back Stephen Warnock from Aston Villa.
Ross McCormack is confident fellow striker Luke Varney will start winning Leeds United's fans over - in the wake of his FA Cup goal against Spurs.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Slovakian Under-21 midfielder Jan Gregus says his loan move to a "big club" like Bolton will help his career blossom.
Blackburn remain confident Colin Kazim-Richards will be staying at Ewood Park until at least the end of the season - despite sources in Turkey expecting a move to Bursaspor to be confirmed on Tuesday.
Nottingham Forest boss Alex McLeish has moved back in for Birmingham City winger Chris Burke, increasing his bid to £500,000.
EXPRESS & STAR
Wolves are set to miss out on Stephen Warnock with the Aston Villa left-back on his way to Championship rivals Leeds to discuss a permanent move.
West Brom hero Darren Moore is set to leave the Hawthorns to join former team-mate Michael Appleton on Blackburn's coaching staff.
SPL chief executive Neil Doncaster is optimistic a vote spanning Scotland's senior clubs in March could pave the way for a new era in our game.
Rangers chief executive Charles Green has questioned why Scottish Premier League clubs did not vote on reconstruction plans at Hampden on Monday despite reaching a consensus.