LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Arsene Wenger today confirmed Arsenal have offered him a new contract but remained coy over whether he will commit his future to the club.
Fernando Torres believes Chelsea's squad are good enough to win the Quadruple this season.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Micah Richards has warned a lack of consistency could cost Manchester City again having missed out on the title last season to United.
Rising start Adnan Januzaj has hinted he is ready to commit to a new deal with Manchester United and aims to become the world's best player.
Bolton Wanderers manager Dougie Freedman has played down talk of him taking Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha on loan.
Everton are seeing the best of a settled and content Leighton Baines, believes Roberto Martinez.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says skipper Steven Gerrard is the best he's worked with.
Harry Redknapp has revealed he knows nothing of a fee being agreed between Newcastle United and Queens Park Rangers for on loan striker Loic Remy.
Craig Gardner says new Sunderland boss Gus Poyet is the man to get the Black Cats moving up the table - starting at Swansea tomorrow.
Gus Poyet insists he is raring to go as he prepares to take charge of Sunderland for the first time.
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has called on his team to make amends for their 6-0 defeat to Liverpool.
Gus Poyet has asked for supporters to give defender Phil Bardsley another chance as he praised his 'spectacular' attitude.
Steven Fletcher has every chance of starting against Swansea tomorrow after new Sunderland head coach Gus Poyet confirmed the Scot's remarkable recovery from a serious shoulder injury.
Frustrated Gianni Paladini has lifted the lid on his bid to buy Birmingham City and says he is prepared to travel to Hong Kong for talks with Carson Yeung.
Steve Clarke admits Ben Foster will have a major task to force his way back into West Bromwich Albion's first-team.
EXPRESS & STAR
West Bromwich Albion star Morgan Amalfitano today hinted he is keen to stay at The Hawthorns when his loan ends next summer.
Boss Paul Lambert today offered Shay Given a shock Aston Villa lifeline - but will not stand in his way if he wants to quit the club.
Marko Arnautovic says he's delighted to be at Stoke City - so he can escape his scapegoating back in Austria and Germany.
Sam Allardyce feels Ravel Morrison has a chance of making England's World Cup squad - but says the talented midfielder must get his head down and work hard for West Ham in the meantime.
SOUTH LONDON PRESS
Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway has rubbished talk that Monday night's visit of Fulham is a must-win match.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Michael Laudrup reckons Michu is good enough for the World Cup - and has challenged the forward to book his place in Brazil by starring at Swansea City.
Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay today revealed he was not asked to resign at any point during the club's recent crisis, and he insisted there was no summer overspend on transfers ahead of Iain Moody's departure.
THE PINK UN
Norwich City's international brigade have brought a feelgood factor back to Norfolk, according to Chris Hughton.
THE DAILY ECHO
Mauricio Pochettino has insisted that Artur Boruc will be fit to play for Saints against Manchester United tomorrow despite confusion over whether or not he has suffered a hamstring injury.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City boss Steve Bruce says he is hopeful of finalising a long-term deal for influential forward Sone Aluko within the next seven days.
Derby County have not ruled out signing Tottenham Hotspur's Simon Dawkins on loan in time for tomorrow's Championship clash against Watford.
Bakary Sako has pledged to focus on reviving his Wolves career following the latest Nottingham Forest transfer saga.
Highly-rated young defender Liam Moore will not be sold, Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson has insisted. Speculation has linked the young centre-back with a move to Newcastle.
Ruben Rochina is aiming to be back in action for Blackburn Rovers by December after upping his recovery from serious injury.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Dougie Freedman has laughed off rumours of a reunion with Wilfried Zaha - and warned people not to write off his Manchester United career before it has begun.
Paul Ince today described parts of the Football Association's report into claims he assaulted a match official in an expletive-laden rant as "completely wrong".
Middlesbrough's Jacob Butterfield won't let the Barnsley boo boys distract him tomorrow - but he says he won't celebrate if he scores.
Chris Morgan has been placed on standby to take charge of tomorrow's League One fixture against Port Vale as Sheffield United press ahead with their search for a new manager.
Nigel Adkins is adamant the uncertainty surrounding Anton Zingarevich's takeover at Reading will have no effect on his team. Zingarevich was due to take full control of the club last month, but missed the deadline to buy Sir John Madejski's remaining 49 per cent stake.
Albion head coach Oscar Garcia says new striker Leroy Lita is short of match fitness after arriving on loan from Swansea for the rest of the year.
Watford are likely to complete the loan signing of West Bromwich Albion's defensive midfielder George Thorne.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon reckons Fraser Forster has the Champions League group stage to thank for his inclusion in the England squad.
Celtic have promised to appeal Scott Brown's 'excessive' three-match Champions League ban in the hope that their captain can rejoin the campaign while advancement is still a possibility.