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Regional Paper Talk: Berahino set for deal

Saido Berahino is set for a new West Brom deal after his winner at Manchester Utd, while Phil Bardsley could be handed a Sunderland lifeline.

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Saido Berahino (left): West Brom's match-winner at Manchester United

Saido Berahino (left): West Brom's match-winner at Manchester United

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Jack Wilshere believes Arsenal's current form shows they have discovered a mental steel this season.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Manchester United defender Alexander Buttner says fans need to trust the players as they try to negotiate a rocky start to the season.

Key Manchester City duo Sergio Aguero and David Silva are set to return for the Blues' big Champions League clash with Bayern Munich.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Brendan Rodgers hailed the performance of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge - and hinted there will be more to come from his deadly Liverpool duo this season.

Roberto Martinez has paid tribute to Gareth Barry on the eve of a game which is likely to see the Everton midfielder join the elite band of players to have made 500 Premier League appearances.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Yoan Gouffran insists Newcastle United's near-brush with relegation last term was just a "one-off".

Alan Pardew has challenged his Newcastle United troops to bust Everton's resistance at Fortress Goodison tonight.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Phil Bardsley could be handed a Sunderland lifeline after the dismissal of Paolo Di Canio.

John O'Shea has urged an end to the autopsy over Paolo Di Canio's dismissal, despite confirming Sunderland's players felt it necessary to take a stand against the Italian's regime.

EXPRESS & STAR

Old Trafford match-winner Saido Berahino today confirmed he wants to sign a new contract after Albion opened talks over an extended deal.

Paul Lambert today demanded more from his Villa stars after their stunning win over Manchester City.

Wolves were today in talks to sign Millwall winger James Henry as boss Kenny Jackett looks to beef up his wide right options.

THE SENTINEL

Mark Hughes pulled no punches in slamming his players for their sorry display in yesterday's defeat by Norwich.

NEWHAM RECORDER

Beaten West Ham manager Sam Allardyce accused match-winner Robbie Brady of buying Hull their 1-0 victory at the KC Stadium.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Bryan Ruiz insists Fulham's squad are united behind Martin Jol and has backed the under-fire manager to turn things around.

SOUTH LONDON PRESS

Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway refused to reveal if he will punish Marouane Chamakh for his dive in Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Southampton.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Jordi Amat insists Swansea City believe they can beat anyone at the Liberty despite an unspectacular return from their opening three Premier League matches in SA1.

WALES ONLINE

Ben Turner paid tribute to central defensive partner Steven Caulker after Cardiff City earned their first Premier League away win.

THE DAILY ECHO

Mauricio Pochettino has refused to set any limits on how far his high flying Saints can go this season.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Steve Bruce has launched a forthright defence of match-winner Robbie Brady after West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce accused the Hull City winger of diving to earn his side's 1-0 win at the KC Stadium.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Brian McDermott admitted he was fearful of a backlash from Leeds United's supporters after a sorry defeat to Millwall raised the stakes for Tuesday's home clash with Bournemouth.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

Former England manager Steve McClaren is leading the race to become Derby County's new manager.

Zak Whitbread has joined Derby County on an emergency loan deal from Leicester City.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

Blackpool are set to turn to the loan market after injury decimated their squad.

DONCASTER FREE PRESS

Doncaster Rovers have rejected Sequentia Capital's takeover advances - by issuing a statement saying the club will remain in the hands of the current investors.

EVENING TIMES

Neil Lennon today invited his players to write their name in the history books by scoring a winning goal against Barcelona.

Rangers striker Jon Daly today revealed how working overtime at Murray Park helped him to his astonishing four-goal haul against Stenhousemuir.

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