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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Former Tottenham legend Jurgen Klinsmann says he is keeping his fingers crossed that his old club can reach the Champions League and hold onto star man Gareth Bale.

Gary Cahill believes Andre Villas-Boas has proved he is a great manager at Tottenham.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Manchester United's owners and outgoing chief executive David Gill have paid tribute to Sir Alex Ferguson, who will retire at the end of the season.

Manchester United fans have spoken of their shock following the news that Sir Alex Ferguson will retire this summer.

Hungry Roberto Mancini wants to win the FA Cup final - and confirm their second place finish, while Edin Dzeko has played himself into the Wembley reckoning following a fine display against West Brom on Tuesday.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

QPR chairman Tony Fernandes insists there will be no big pay-offs for players wanting to leave Loftus Road this summer.

NEWHAM RECORDER

Chelsea interim manager Rafael Benitez believes it is more important for the footballing authorities to crack down on dangerous tackles.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Kevin Davies has thanked Wanderers fans for their backing as he heads out to find a new club this summer.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Derek Shaw's future as Blackburn Rovers managing director remained unclear last night after an apparently stormy meeting with Venky's in Pune.

Burnley boss Sean Dyche has emerged as one of the names in the frame for the managerial vacancy at his old club, Millwall.

THE STAR

Sheffield Wednesday expect Leroy Lita to be fit for the start of pre-season training after he suffered a fractured cheekbone in the win over Middlesbrough.

Sheffield United last night started compiling a short-list of potential candidates for the managerial vacancy at Bramall Lane.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Everton are gearing up for the loss of David Moyes to Manchester United following Six Alex Ferguson decision to retire.

Leon Osman is clinging to the hope that a Spurs slip-up can resurrect Everton's Europa League dreams.

Liverpool insist they have received no approach from Barcelona for goalkeeper Pepe Reina after they were linked with an £8.4million swoop for the Spanish shot-stopper.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Steven Taylor has called for a siege mentality within the Newcastle United camp going into the final two games of the season.

THE JOURNAL

Simon Mignolet has warned the Premier League's endangered clubs the final weeks of the survival fight will be a psychological battle - and Sunderland have already proved they can cope.

EVENING GAZETTE

Nicky Bailey and Andre Bikey will not be staying with Middlesbrough after the club decided not to offer either player a new deal. Kieron Dyer, Julio Arca and Stephen McManus are also all now free agents.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Adam Johnson says Sunderland's goal difference advantage could prove to be crucial in the battle to avoid the drop.

DAILY ECHO

Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has praised Southampton for their "absolutely outstanding" style of football this season.

AC Milan have made a move for Saints target Davide Astori, according to reports in Italy.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Ronnie Stam suffered a suspected fractured leg as Wigan Athletic's survival hopes suffered a massive blow with a home defeat to Swansea.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Birmingham have denied claims the club is to be put into administration by transfer target Scott Hogan.

Aston Villa fans have declared their clash with Wigan is to be "Stiliyan Petrov day" as a tribute to their courageous captain.

EXPRESS & STAR

Wolves midfielder Karl Henry is desperate to survive the Molineux clear-out he knows is coming in order to make amends for the "disgrace" of relegation.

Aston Villa striker Gabby Agbonlahor has warned that the club is "not safe yet" after the club's survival fight took another twist.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Leeds boss Brian McDermott believes this year's Championship play-offs will be as wide-open as ever.

Dominic Poleon is confident he can become a success at Leeds United.

THE PINK UN

Chris Hughton has declared the period of mourning following a late defeat to Aston Villa firmly over as he gears up for a crucial Premier League home finale against West Brom.

READING POST

Reading have announced season ticket prices for next season's Championship campaign, with adult tickets down from £525 to £395.

Hal Robson-Kanu says that Reading fans are now seeing him at his very best.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup is a 50/1 shot to replace Sir Alex Ferguson at the Manchester United helm.

THE SENTINEL

Dean Whitehead insists he is relaxed over his Stoke future, despite admitting he does not know if the club still want him.

EVENING TIMES

Celtic are considering re-visiting their bid to bring Wolves striker Kevin Doyle to Parkhead after his club were plunged into fresh turmoil.

Nacho Novo has revealed how Rangers' fight for survival has captivated the superstars of Barcelona.

THE SCOTSMAN

Scottish Premier League chairman Ralph Topping is confident revised reconstruction proposals agreed at Hampden will retain the support of all 12 clubs in a formal vote later this month.

Walter Smith is on the verge of leaving his role as non-executive director at Rangers over the way the board has handled its attempt to remove director Malcolm Murray.

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