LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Arsenal are weighing up a £35million double raid on Swansea for striker Michu and defender Ashley Williams as the club look to respond to mounting criticism over their lack of signings.
Andre Villas-Boas hopes his personal rapport with Willian will swing the race to sign the Brazilian attacker in Tottenham's favour.
Frank Lampard has warned his Chelsea team-mates that the return of Jose Mourinho won't improve their title hopes if they make the same mistakes as the last three seasons.
Joe Cole has been involved in three World Cups with England and has not given up on making it four in a row.
The Football Association will review Ian Holloway's comments before deciding whether to punish the Crystal Palace manager for criticising Mark Clattenburg.
QPR are ready to ramp up a bid to bring Andros Towsnend back to Loftus Road.
West Ham co-owner David Gold has revealed that the Hammers are still in the market for a striker, but only if they can free up some wages.
West Ham co-owner David Gold believes that the fee they paid for former Liverpool man Stewart Downing meant that he was a steal.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Everton have angrily rejected a joint bid by Manchester United for Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines, reports from Merseyside say.
Reds boss David Moyes is hoping to turn Danny Welbeck into a 15-20 goal a season striker after his promising start to the campaign.
Manuel Pellegrini is ready to hit the ground the running as his Manchester City career begins in earnest this week.
Liverpool are locked in a battle with Tottenham for Brazilian winger Willian. Both clubs have held talks with Anzhi Makhachkala and are willing to meet the Russian outfit's asking price of around £28million.
Brendan Rodgers paid tribute to Liverpool matchwinner Daniel Sturridge - and to the medical team who kept him in shape over the summer.
Ross Barkley can cope with the expectations after he announced himself on the Premier League stage with a stunning strike against Norwich, believes Tim Howard.
Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa is in contention to face Manchester City speed demon Jesus Navas.
Alan Pardew admits Newcastle United's rivals have stolen a march on them ahead of the new Premier League campaign.
Sunderland are considering selling Stephane Sessegnon in order to fund the purchase of the creative midfielder that manager Paolo Di Canio craves.
Adam Johnson believes that Sunderland's new signings have received a brutal lesson in the ruthlessness of the Premier League.
Phil Bardsley's conduct will come under scrutiny from Paolo Di Canio this week after appearing to mock Sunderland's opening-day defeat to Fulham.
Justin Hoyte may end up leaving the Riverside before the end of the month - but that's not the reason he didn't feature against Blackpool on Saturday.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Ross McCormack insisted today that Leeds United would be selling him against his wishes if the club chose to accept an offer for him before the end of the transfer window.
THE PINK UN
Chris Hughton believes Ricky van Wolfswinkel's Premier League debut underlined he is so much more than a potent goalscorer.
THE DAILY ECHO
He's been a controversial figure in the past, but Mauricio Pochettino believes that Daniel Osvaldo is the man to help Saints to the next level.
Nigerian international striker Joseph Akpala is to spend the week training with Reading.
Mark Hughes has been to watch Turkish international striker Mevlut Erding in person ahead of a possible swoop for the French-based striker.
Geoff Cameron wants Jon Walters to complete a case of deja vu by recovering from a missed penalty to inspire a win over Crystal Palace.
Erik Pieters toasted his Premier League debut by telling Stoke fans: "There's a lot more to come."
Gary Bowyer is holding talks to discover if he can use the money from the sale of Mauro Formica to strengthen his Blackburn Rovers squad before the end of the transfer window.
Beram Kayal reckons Celtic's team spirit can unlock the door to the Champions League group stage.
Three major Rangers fans groups today called on the Ibrox board to sack club consultant Charles Green.
The Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) is to review an advert in which Rangers were described as the 'most successful' club in Scotland.
Shakhter Karagandy, who stand between Celtic and another Champions League group campaign, rested their entire team and still won their final game before tomorrow night's play-off encounter in Kazakhstan.