LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Crystal Palace chief Steve Parish admits he is planning for life in the Championship.
Former Arsenal defender Nelson Vivas has resigned as boss of Argentine first division club Quilmes after attacking one of his own fans in the stands.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is prioritising a move for a new striker in January.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Chris Smalling shrugs off Manchester United's start as a temporary blip and is hoping club consistency can help him book his World Cup spot with England.
Man City midfielder Fernandinho is concerned that the newly-repaired playing surface at the Arena Khimki could fall apart during tomorrow night's Group D showdown with CSKA.
Liverpool defender Andre Wisdom is joining Championship outfit Derby County on loan.
Martin Skrtel is relishing an extended run in the Liverpool side but knows he can't afford to let his standards slip.
Steven Pienaar is one half of the Premier League's best partnership, says Everton boss Roberto Martinez.
Mike Williamson feels Newcastle United's defensive solidity could hold the key in Sunday's Wear-Tyne derby.
Gus Poyet believes the Wear-Tyne derby is the perfect stage for Sunderland to jump-start their flatlining season.
Fabricio Coloccini has been granted permission by Newcastle to return to his homeland, prompting fears that he may face a long spell on the sidelines
Carson Yeung has told the Hong Kong Stock Exchange Birmingham City are not for sale.
Coach Scott Marshall has been working on defensive drills with the Aston Villa backline.
EXPRESS & STAR
Striker Shane Long today admitted his West Brom future is still in doubt as he revealed he has not had a contract offer for six months.
Wolves defender Richard Stearman was today hoping to start a new international career after being finally cleared to play for Ireland.
Stephen Ireland and Marko Arnautovic are being tipped to forge a productive alliance at Stoke.
Andre Villas-Boas says a loan move may be on the cards for Harry Kane, but that Tottenham are taking their time to decide the next step in the young star's development.
Martin Jol has told David Stockdale that Maarten Stekelenburg is Fulham's first-choice keeper.
SOUTH LONDON PRESS
Millwall could be eyeing up a loan move for Wigan winger Nouha Dicko - but if he comes it might mean Liam Feeney stays at Bolton.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Michael Laudrup has saluted Morten Wieghorst amid suggestions that Swansea City's assistant manager could be a contender for the Danish national job.
THE PINK UN
Chris Hughton is under no illusions his future will remain a hot topic until Norwich City get back to winning ways in the Premier League.
THE DAILY ECHO
Dejan Lovren says Saints' "perfect" start to the season has given him hope that the club could finish in the top six of the Premier League.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Curtis Davies believes Hull City's attacking "ox" Yannick Sagbo has the power to shock Premier League defenders now that his stop-start campaign is back up and running.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds United look set to beat off interest from Championship rivals Brighton and Hove Albion to win the race to sign out-of-favour Nottingham Forest striker Dexter Blackstock on loan.
Derby County hope to tie up the loan signing of Liverpool's Andre Wisdom in the next day or so.
Derby County will continue to monitor West Bromwich Albion midfielder George Thorne.
Leeds look set to beat Brighton in the race to sign Nottingham Forest striker Dexter Blackstock on loan.
Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson said he has not made a decision over the futures of Martyn Waghorn and Sean St Ledger.
Blackburn Rovers have been dealt a major injury blow by the news that in-form midfielder Corry Evans will be out until Christmas.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Bolton's French trialist Basile Camerling could be in line to play for the development squad in Tuesday's Lancashire Senior Cup tie away to Blackpool.
WIGAN EVENING POST
James McClean is keeping his fingers crossed that the FA overturns his 'baffling' red card at Blackpool.
Paul Ince's absence made no difference to Blackpool on Saturday, according to goalkeeper Matt Gilks.
Chairman Steve Gibson is prepared to seriously consider an overseas candidate for Middlesbrough manager for the first time since taking overall charge of the club.
Sheffield United are poised to unveil their new manager.
DONCASTER FREE PRESS
Paul Dickov shrugged off suggestions his decision to make a substitution after just 23 minutes at Reading was 'brave'.
Jobi McAnuff admits he is enduring a frustrating time watching from the substitutes bench at Reading.
Brighton have been thwarted by Championship rivals Leeds United in their bid to add Dexter Blackstock to their depleted strike force.
Chairman Jeff Mostyn is hoping Bournemouth can continue to match Eddie Howe's ambitions - as he believes the boss has skills which could make him a wanted man.
Rangers supporters have called for reassurances over the stability of the club.
Neil Lennon has divulged the full extent of Celtic's concern over the mystery virus which hospitalised James Forrest for five days last month.