LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Wayne Rooney admits England must improve in all areas if they want to get their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign off to a good start in Switzerland on Monday.
England's soggy display against Norway proved a turn-off to television viewers with audience figures showing almost four million more people chose to watch the Great British Bake-Off than Roy Hodgson's men labour to victory.
Fulham boss Felix Magath admits he could lose his battle to keep Patrick Roberts if a Champions League club make a bid for him.
Harry Redknapp has accused some of England's players of not caring about the team.
Joel Campbell's agent has vented his frustration after Arsene Wenger chose to keep the winger at Emirates Stadium.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Argentina boss Gerardo Martino described Manchester United new boy Angel Di Maria as one of the top five players in the world.
Pablo Zabaleta limped out of Argentina's friendly win in Germany in a worrying development for Manchester City fans.
Unwanted duo Scott Sinclair and Matija Nastasic have been included in Manchester City's Premier League squad, along with John Guidetti.
Kolo Toure believes he will be given the chance to impress Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers this season despite sliding down the pecking order.
Everton legend Graeme Sharp has praised the aerial ability of forward Steven Naismith.
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has bought the rights to rename Rangers' Ibrox Stadium for just £1.
Tino Asprilla has offered Alan Pardew the opportunity to add him to the Newcastle backroom team as "striker coach".
Newcastle are ready to circulate Jonas Gutierrez's name when the Football League loan window opens next week.
Resolving the future of Connor Wickham is now at the top of Lee Congerton's Sunderland to-do list.
Soccer Management Worldwide still hoping to strike a deal to buy Birmingham.
Kieran Richardson is enjoying working under Roy Keane again at Aston Villa after admitting that the Irishman saved his career from spiralling out of control.
Wolves manager Kenny Jackett says an emotional return to Watford was never on the cards.
Despite overseeing one of the more successful transfer windows for West Brom, Jeremy Peace has called for the deadline to be brought forward to the start of the season.
England Under-21 boss Gareth Southgate has backed West Brom coach Alan Irvine to bring the best out of Saido Berahino.
EXPRESS & STAR
Kenny Jackett insists he is at Wolves for the long haul as he was nominated for Championship Manager of the Month.
Midfielder Graham Dorrans has given West Brom another injury scare ahead of their Premier League game at home to Everton.
Stoke's Oussama Assaidi says he is ready to be eased straight into Mark Hughes's first-team plans after recovering from back-to-back serious knee injuries.
Tim Sherwood believes Tottenham's failure to sign another striker during the transfer window could cost them a top-four finish.
West Ham fans have clubbed together to pay a fine given to a pitch invader who took a free kick during the team's clash with Tottenham last month.
Fulham defender Tim Hoogland has told supporters to trust Felix Magath's judgment in the market.
Fernando Torres knew the writing was on the wall for him at Chelsea the moment Diego Costa arrived at Stamford Bridge.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Gylfi Sigurdsson is urging Swansea City to keep up the pace after their flying start to the new Premier League season.
Danny Gabbidon has been called into the Wales squad for Tuesday's Euro 2016 qualifier against Andorra after Sam Ricketts withdrew through injury.
Joe Allen has admitted it is no surprise to see Swansea flying high under Garry Monk
Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic's remarkable long-range goal against Southampton last season has earned a place in the Guinness World Records book.
Southampton spent almost as much money in the latest transfer window as they did in the previous four combined - yet the club still turned a profit in the market this summer.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull defender Alex Bruce has withdrawn from the Northern Ireland squad to face Hungary on Sunday, with his wife due to give birth to their second child.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Casper Sloth looks "as bright as a button" will be a real asset to Leeds, says Neil Redfearn
Esteban Cambiasso is already having an impact at Leicester, midfielder Danny Drinkwater has revealed.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche has been reassured that he will have money to strengthen his squad in January.
New Blackburn goalkeeper Jason Steele admits the chance to compete with and train alongside his childhood hero Paul Robinson was too good to turn down.
Bolton have launched an internal investigation after photos of captain Jay Spearing on holiday in Ibiza emerged on social networking sites.
Reports in the US suggest former Wanderers skipper Zat Knight is speaking with MLS side Colorado Rapids.
Celtic and Scotland keeper Craig Gordon is bracing himself for what could be the most testing month of his career.
Virgil van Dijk is on course to make his international debut - despite having to leave Holland's training base for the birth of his first daughter.
Celtic are expecting to learn the fate of an appeal to sanction the loan signing of John Guidetti from Manchester City.
Rangers defender Darren McGregor insists he is happy to keep playing at right-back but sees his future with the club at centre-half.