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Manchester City are said to be closing on the signing of Napoli striker Edinson Cavani, while Esteban Granero says he wants to stay at QPR.

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Edinson Cavani: Could be on his way to Manchester City

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Esteban Granero today told Queens Park Rangers he is willing to stay at Loftus Road as Harry Redknapp began plotting an immediate return to the Premier League for the club.

Mikel Arteta today warned Arsenal to prepare for a test of nerve in the race for a top-four finish and urged Arsenal to show a ruthless streak in their final three matches.

Frank Lampard has told his Chelsea team-mates that securing Champions League football is more important than making sure he breaks the club's goal-scoring record.

Edgar Davids is not planning to turn his back on Barnet despite the club dropping out of the Football League.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Martin Jol said his players paid the price for being a little bit too relaxed in their approach at Everton.

Stanislav Manolev hopes to make his loan move to Fulham permanent in the summer.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

City are closing in on strike ace Edinson Cavani as they begin to re-build for next season.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Jordan Henderson believes Liverpool's demolition of Newcastle United proves they can cope in the absence of Luis Suarez.

David Moyes hopes that a summer's break will refresh and revive Everton striker Nikica Jelavic, after the man who couldn't stop scoring last season endured another barren afternoon in front of goal.

Steven Pienaar's return to form can help propel Everton back into Europe, says Phil Jagielka.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew may have only three games to save his career on Tyneside, with recent home defeats just not good enough.

THE JOURNAL

Shola Ameobi admits Newcastle United's season has hit a new low after their 6-0 humiliation by Liverpool - eclipsing even their Tyne-Wear derby despair.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Paolo Di Canio admits he feared Ellis Short would have a change of heart after the political storm during the first 72 hours of the Italian's Sunderland reign.

EVENING GAZETTE

Tony Mowbray's attempt to build a team capable of winning promotion is underway. The Boro boss flew to the Continent yesterday to take a closer look at a player his scouts have identified as a potential signing.

Kieron Dyer won't be offered a new contract by Boro.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Michael Laudrup admits it is "incredible" that Swansea City remain ninth in the Premier League - but says their position is proof that they have overachieved this season.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Lee Clark is considering putting out Blues' youngest side ever for the season finale against Blackburn.

EXPRESS & STAR

West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace has confirmed the club have scrapped plans to extend The Hawthorns - and launched an outspoken attack on new Premier League financial rules.

Star defender Gareth McAuley today predicted he will sign a new West Brom contract as he celebrated being crowned the Baggies' double Player of the Season.

Former boss Stale Solbakken today pointed the finger at Wolves owner Steve Morgan as the club faced relegation to League One.

Stephen Hunt today admitted relegation will a "disaster" for Wolves - as he blamed former boss Stale Solbakken for his part in the demise of the club.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Leeds United striker El-Hadji Diouf has been fined two weeks' wages for seeing red in Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Brighton and Hove Albion.

READING POST

Nigel Adkins says he is confident that Reading will bounce back quickly from their Premier League relegation.

Anton Zingarevich says he will only splash cash wisely this summer as Reading look to mount a promotion push from the Championship.

THE SENTINEL

Tony Pulis is pleading for the chance to continue his work at Stoke City into a sixth Premier League campaign next season.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Roberto Martinez expects Maynor Figueroa to miss the rest of the season with the groin problem he sustained against Tottenham at the weekend.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Gary Bowyer says he is happy to wait to discover his own future after Blackburn Rovers effectively confirmed their survival in the Championship.

Shebby Singh is contemplating remaining in India until the future of managing director Derek Shaw is resolved.

THE STAR

Anthony Gardner believes that the Owls can handle the pressure of the climax to their Championship survival battle.

Brian Flynn believes the dramatic finish to the promotion decider at Brentford could be the catalyst to fire Doncaster Rovers to Championship safety next season.

EVENING TIMES

James McFadden would welcome the chance of a summer move to Celtic - although he insists he has spoken to no-one at the club about his future.

Rangers starlet Robbie Crawford today urged manager Ally McCoist to bring fans' favourite Nacho Novo back to Ibrox.

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