LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Arsene Wenger today called for the January transfer window to be scrapped, claiming it can give certain clubs an unfair advantage.
Tottenham face a fight to hang on to talented youngster Alex Pritchard, who is the subject of interest from Liverpool.
Queens Park Rangers boss Harry Redknapp today insisted he won't let any players leave the club while they are trying to make signings.
Gary Cahill today denied Chelsea players have lost their appetite for winning trophies since lifting the Champions League in May.
Roberto Di Matteo has thanked Chelsea fans for chanting his name ever since he was replaced as manager by Rafael Benitez.
Martin Jol insists he won't cash in on Brede Hangeland - even if the Fulham captain rejects a new deal.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Roberto Mancini has scotched rumours of Mario Balotelli's exit and says the Italy striker is staying with City.
Roberto Mancini has expressed his surprise at reports that Manchester City football director Txiki Begiristain wants the Blues to play a fluid 4-3-3 formation next season.
Stewart Downing says a difference of opinion with Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers over where his future lay sparked his revival in fortunes.
Everton captain Phil Neville has urged his fit again team-mate Kevin Mirallas to produce some "big performances" now he is back in the first team picture again.
Moussa Sissoko waived a signing-on fee to make sure his move to Newcastle went through before the January transfer window shut - suggesting his decision to head for Tyneside is much more than just about money.
Newcastle United still hope to convince Fabricio Coloccini to stay and lead them out of relegation trouble after the club played hardball with their unsettled captain.
Sunderland's pursuit of Danny Graham could be scuppered by Turkish interest in former Black Cats striker Kenwyne Jones. Graham remains Sunderland's number one target during the final week of the transfer window.
Tony Mowbray has confirmed he will not be adding to his Middlesbrough squad before the transfer window closes on Thursday night.
EXPRESS & STAR
Manager Paul Lambert today conceded Aston Villa are increasingly unlikely to sign any players in the transfer window and insisted he would not gamble with the club's future with lavish spending.
Strikers Shane Long and Marc-Antoine Fortune today handed West Brom a double fitness boost ahead of Wednesday's trip to Everton - and Claudio Yacob could still figure at Goodison Park.
Wolves manager Dean Saunders today revealed the majority of his transfer targets this window are with Premier League clubs.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds United's new owners are under increasing pressure to deliver in the transfer market after Luciano Becchio moved to force his way out of Elland Road before the end of the January window.
THE PINK UN
Norwich City manager Chris Hughton is reported to have turned his attentions to Sporting Lisbon striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel.
Birmingham City centre-back Curtis Davies is being tracked by Reading.
WIGAN EVENING POST
Mauro Boselli could have kicked his last ball for Latics amid feverish speculation he is off to Italian outfit Palermo.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Fiorentina have been told to raise the stakes if they want to sign Marcos Alonso in January.
Michael Appleton is bidding to bring at least three new players to Ewood Park this month after admitting a "completely unbalanced" Rovers squad needs a big rebuild.
Dave Jones has refused to confirm or deny an interest in Jason Scotland, who has been released by Ipswich.
Leroy Lita has been signed by the Owls on loan from Swansea for the rest of the season.
Jorge Claros's future at Easter Road will be settled today, according to Pat Fenlon.