LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Chelsea are planning a mass clear-out of more than 10 players in the summer, with Fernando Torres, Ashley Cole and John Obi Mikel all set to leave.
Tottenham face competition from Spartak Moscow in their attempts to make Louis van Gaal their manager for next season.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Rafael wasn't part of the Manchester United squad that took part in their open training session ahead of the Champions League quarter-final with Bayern Munich on Tuesday.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is confident his side can keep the destiny of the Premier League title within their own hands after having to make do with a point at Arsenal.
Having played a starring role in City's run of flawless defending of late, Martin Demichelis has revealed he has received a number of messages of support from fans.
Liverpool legend Ian Rush hailed the Reds for going top of the table - and says that the atmosphere at Anfield is willing the Reds to win the Premier League title.
Everton's super-subs can fire them into the Champions League, insists Steven Naismith.
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew remains on course to pick up an end-of-season bonus - despite the club's alarming dip in form.
Connor Wickham should be applauded for wanting to head out on loan, rather than stagnating on the fringes at Sunderland, says first-team coach Charlie Oatway.
Sunderland coach Charlie Oatway says he understands why West Ham supporters are critical of manager Sam Allardyce's style of football.
Paul Lambert has challenged Villa to secure their Premier League survival during the next two games against relegation-fighting Fulham and Crystal Palace.
Pepe Mel claims Albion flop Scott Sinclair is simply not doing enough to get into his first-team squad.
EXPRESS & STAR
Stand-in captain Gareth McAuley admitted there was "a lot of anger" in Albion's dressing room after Saturday's shocking blunder against Cardiff City.
Pepe Mel admits his Albion players must prove again they have the mental strength to recover from Saturday's survival body-blow.
Stephen Ireland has promised the best is yet to come as he prepares to commit his future to Stoke City.
Mark Hughes is planning to deploy man-of-the-moment Peter Odemwingie as a central striker after seeing his goals transform Stoke City's season.
Sascha Riether has refused to be drawn on his future and is concentrating his efforts on keeping Fulham in the Premier League.
Junior Hoilett believes QPR can still go up automatically, despite dropping points at the weekend against Blackpool.
SOUTH LONDON PRESS
Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis will make a decision today on whether Jonny Williams can stay on loan at Ipswich.
Jose Riga has admitted that he was looking to bring another striker to The Valley before the loan window shut last week, but insists the keys to Charlton's survival can still be found within his existing squad.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Ashley Williams believes Swansea City's victory over Norwich can propel them to a strong finish to the season.
Two years after their controversial rebrand, Cardiff City's Supporters Trust have demanded FA approval for future changes to colours and crests.
THE DAILY ECHO
Southampton director Hans Hofstetter has vowed that the club will avoid a repeat of the "difficult" financial situation he says the new board has inherited.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Steve Harper says Hull City's focus cannot drift towards a looming FA Cup semi-final at Wembley after suffering another set-back in their final push for Premier League survival.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Massimo Cellino's bid to buy Leeds United will reach its end-game today when a judge in London decides whether the Football League was right to ban him from owning the club.
Brian McDermott said he, his staff and his playing squad were satisfied with a deal to defer half their wages brought on by a crisis at Leeds United which could reach a tipping point later today.
Derby County's chief executive Sam Rush says the Rams are now debt free apart from the £15m mortgage on the iPro Stadium.
Steve McClaren saw his Derby County team strengthen their grip on a Championship play-off place and said: "We are ready for the run-in."
Danny Collins believes Nottingham Forest would mount a serious play-off push with Gary Brazil at the helm until the end of the season.
Chris Wood said Leicester City's impressive 2-0 win at Turf Moor proved they are the best team in the Championship.
Burnley midfielder David Jones insists their season will not be derailed by a first league defeat of 2014.
Seven youth team players have been offered professional contracts by Burnley.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Bolton have extended the loan of Scotland international full-back Alan Hutton from Aston Villa until the end of the season.
Sheffield Wednesday owner Milan Mandaric admits a Chinese consortium fronted by Sammy Yu could be poised to rekindle their takeover interest in the Championship club.
DONCASTER FREE PRESS
Alan Smart has today stepped down as vice-chairman of Doncaster Rovers Belles.
According to reports in Italy, Francesco Becchetti, head of the Becchetti Energy Group, was at Saturday's 1-1 home draw with Huddersfield Town.
Albion winger Will Buckley faces another spell on the sidelines - but he should be back before the end of the season.
Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis has hinted that may allow to Jonny Williams to extend his loan spell at Ipswich Town.
Rangers striker Jon Daly was today tipped to win his fight to be fit for the Ramsdens Cup final against Raith Rovers at Easter Road this weekend.
Heart of Midlothian Football Club could face liquidation if a deal to take them out of administration is not agreed in the next few weeks, according to Foundation of Hearts chairman Ian Murray MP.