LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Chelsea boss Rafael Benitez believes a potential £100m spending spree will make them a major force next season, whoever the manager is.
Fulham boss Martin Jol is set for crunch talks with Fulham, but the club expect the 57-year-old to stay, despite Gus Poyet being linked with the post.
Andros Townsend is likely to hold discussions with Tottenham later this month as he seeks to learn the club's plans for him next season.
Fulham boss Martin Jol has hinted he won't be offering midfielder Simon Davies a new deal terms when his contract expires in the summer.
West Ham defender Joey O'Brien reveals his faith in God helped him come back from a career-threatening injury.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester City aim to expand capacity of Etihad Stadium to 60,000 by adding a 6,000-seater third tier on the South Stand, which will increase capacity to 54,000, and could later do the same to the North Stand.
Liverpool veteran Jamie Carragher reveals he considered retiring at Christmas, but hopes to sign off with a win in his final game.
Alan Pardew wants his Newcastle side to "put on a show" in their final game of the season against Champions League-chasing Arsenal on Sunday.
Paulo Di Canio celebrated survival by getting tough with his Sunderland stars - slapping seven with fines and warning them to cancel any pre-planned holidays, because he wants them in training next week.
Newcastle full-back Mathieu Debuchy has no regrets about joining Newcastle.
Paulo Di Canio is hopeful Sunderland can land around half a dozen new faces during the summer to boost the Black Cats' threadbare squad.
Middlesborough will bounce back from the heartache of missing out on promotion, promises George Friend.
Aston Villa captain Ron Vlaar would like to see out-of-favour striker Darren Bent against Wigan on Sunday in place of the suspended Christian Benteke.
EXPRESS & STAR
Wolves today paid back £260,000 to season ticket holders and cut matchday admission prices - as club sources revealed up to 50 workers have been told their jobs are at risk.
West Brom's Youssouf Mulumbu claims the club "owe" fans a stylish end to the season after branding defeat at Norwich the worst day of his Baggies career.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
The International Investment Bank, the Bahraini firm which bought 10 per cent of Leeds United in March, paid £2.5million for its minority stake according to the company's latest financial report.
Reading have agreed in principle a deal to start work on a new training ground at Bearwood Golf Club.
Reading could be set to miss out on signing Motherwell winger Chris Humphrey after delaying their negotiations.
Micky Adams says promotion to League One has been a massive boost to Port Vale's pulling power.
WIGAN EVENING POST
Wigan annouce they will parade the FA Cup around the town on Monday.
Gary Galdwell has challenged Wigan Athletic to recover from the disappointment of relegation and bounce back at the first attempt.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Dougie Freedman and Chris Eagles have been recognised by the Football League with nominations for manager and player of the month, respectively.
Blackburn inform Genk that they will not be taking up the option to sign Greg Sandomierski after lining up a deal for Portsmouth keeper Simon Eastwood.
Burnley's Martin Paterson is to meet with Turf Moor chiefs to discuss his future.
Lee Bullen has expressed his disappointment at academy starlet Hayden White's decision to turn his back on Sheffield Wednesday.
Tom Hateley refuses to confirm or deny reports he is set to join the exodus from Motherwell and head for Rangers.
Paddy McCourt looks set to leave Celtic after five years with the club, as his contract expires after the Scottish Cup Final.