LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Arsenal have reacted to criticism about their ticket prices by bringing in a £10 teenagers-only section for next season.
On the few occasions they have been paired, Demba Ba feels he has clicked with his Chelsea team-mate Fernando Torres.
Arsene Wenger believes Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is ready to play a key role in Arsenal's push for a top-four Premier League finish.
Germany striker Andre Schurrle is in talks to sign for Chelsea, according to the player's club.
Harry Redknapp today warned his Queens Park Rangers players of the threat posed by Peter Crouch ahead of Stoke's visit to Loftus Road.
Fulham boss Martin Jol is hoping Aaron Hughes does not get itchy feet in the summer after the central defender's longest spell out of the first team in his five years at the club.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has played down rumours linking Wayne Rooney with a move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Manchester City are sweating on the fitness of key duo Sergio Aguero and David Silva ahead of the Premier League clash with Tottenham.
United are set to hold another victory parade, as will City if they lift the FA Cup, with Wigan celebrating in style if they win or lose in the final.
Pepe Reina is gunning to complete a hat-trick of clean sheets when Liverpool host Chelsea at Anfield on Sunday.
Michel Vorm admits he would relish the opportunity to be reunited with Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool.
Newcastle defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa says the players should take responsibility for the derby defeat - and put it right.
Newcastle United goalkeeper Rob Elliot is determined to win back the trust of Toon fans.
Jonas Gutiérrez says losing the Tyne-Wear derby has hurt him more than relegation
Paolo Di Canio has pledged to stay out of the limelight before his Stadium of Light debut gets underway tomorrow.
Danny Graham expects a rejuvenated Stadium of Light tomorrow after Sunderland's derby heroics.
Tony Mowbray has revealed that he may have to sell a player or two in the summer.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Michael Laudrup reckons victory this weekend would seal a top-half Premier League finish for Swansea City and insists: "I'd rather beat Southampton than Chelsea."
Star midfielder Kemy Agustien may face disciplinary action from Swansea City following his conviction for driving offences.
Paul Lambert has assured Darren Bent and other fringe players they are important to the club.
Wade Elliott says he wants to stay at the club next season.
EXPRESS & STAR
Wolves and West Brom shelled out over £750,000 more to their highest-paid director than neighbours Aston Villa did last season, according to a report.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert today challenged his fringe players to carry the club to Premier League safety - and insisted he will not tolerate sulking.
Steve Clarke today revealed he wants a 'marquee' signing for West Brom this summer - and hinted the club might also need to splash out next January.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds United manager Brian McDermott has hinted that he could look to his former club Reading for signings this summer.
THE PINK UN
Russell Martin is 100 per cent certain Norwich City will be playing Premier League football next season, boldly asking: "What's the point being nervous?"
Chris Hughton expects Norwich's sense of injustice following the club's controversial Premier League defeat at Arsenal will galvanise his troops for Reading's crunch visit to Carrow Road.
Sean Morrison says new manager Nigel Adkins' style is helping him develop as a player.
Tony Pulis has defended a media ban on his relegation-threatened players by insisting: "I must keep them focused until the end of the season."
WIGAN EVENING POST
Roberto Martinez insists Wigan Athletic's goalkeeping position is in safe hands ahead of the relegation run-in.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Craig Dawson wishes he could be seeing Wanderers' play-off chase through to the end.
Dougie Freedman has called on fans to make it a White Hot atmosphere at home to Middlesbrough tomorrow.
Gary Bowyer is happy to leave talk about the futures of Gael Givet and Todd Kane until the summer - with Rovers' focus simply on survival.
Sheffield United defender Neill Collins has warned his team mates that admitting defeat in the battle for automatic promotion would be disrespectful to the club's image.
Dave Jones has assured USA team manager Jurgen Klinsmann that Stuart Holden will be ready for World Cup football this summer.
Neil Lennon runs the risk of being banned from the dugout for a cup final for a SECOND time - if he attempts to fight his latest SFA ban.
Celtic captain Scott Brown has labelled the Scottish Premier League's post-split fixture scheduling as "silly" and says it could devalue the manner in which his club retain their title.