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QPR striker Loic Remy has hinted that he will join another Premier League club this summer and El-Hadji Diouf has committed himself to Leeds.

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Queens Park Rangers striker Loic Remy has given a major hint that he will join another Premier League club this summer after admitting he loves playing in England's top flight.

Arsenal are set to hold talks with manager Arsene Wenger at the end of the season to determine his future at the club beyond 2014.

Sir Alex Ferguson is confident Manchester United will punch their weight in the transfer market this summer - even if they lack the spending power of Manchester City and Chelsea.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain wants to be more than bit-part player at Arsenal.

Danny Rose has been told to snub a potential move to Sunderland and return to Tottenham next season.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

QPR boss Harry Redknapp reckons the way to bounce back to the Premier League at the first attempt is to copy Brighton.

Martin Jol has told Marcello Trotta he needs to do more to force his way into Fulham's first-team plans.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

In a sensational move that is expected to cost upwards of £300m, Manchester City's Abu Dhabi owners are on the verge of creating the New York City Football Club - which would kick off the 2016 Major League Soccer season in the Big Apple.

Sir Alex Ferguson has earmarked Phil Jones for United greatness and the versatile England player wants to add goals to his bid to reach his manager's predicted berth in the Old Trafford Hall of Fame.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Lucas Leiva is hoping the unwavering support of Liverpool players and supporters will convince Luis Suarez to stay at Anfield this summer.

Seamus Coleman admits he has been spurred on to top form by the fear of losing his place to fit-again Tony Hibbert.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Alan Pardew has insisted he is still the "right man" for the job at Newcastle United.

Newcastle United captain Fabricio Coloccini is expected to return to lead out Magpies at West Ham this weekend.

Paolo Di Canio insists Sunderland will launch an appeal to overturn the red card that could keep Stephane Sessegnon out for the remainder of the season.

THE JOURNAL

Alan Pardew has been told to get on with the job of rescuing Newcastle United after receiving assurances that he will not be sacked before the end of the season.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Paolo Di Canio apologised to Sunderland fans in the wake of Monday night's thumping 6-1 defeat at Aston Villa.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Shaun Maloney believes Wigan may have to win three of their last four games to guarantee top-flight survival.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

West Bromwich Albion defender says Baggies won't be doing Wigan any favours this weekend.

Birmingham City boss Lee Clark says club will not be cashing in on Nathan Redmond.

EXPRESS & STAR

Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert hailed "world class" Christian Benteke after his hat-trick fired the club to the brink of Premier League survival.

Former Wolves favourite Mel Eves has called for an Ofsted-style report on the club to get to the root of the problems that have left them on the brink of relegation.

West Brom have made Stuart White their new head of scouting - and appointed ex-Liverpool employee Dave McDonough to analyse opponents.

READING POST

Reading defender Alex Pearce is set for a move to Liverpool.

Chris Gunter says he has been impressed with Nigel Adkins' decision to change the way Reading play.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Ben Davies has welcomed Neil Taylor's return from injury, insisting he will relish the battle to be Swansea City's first-choice left-back.

THE SENTINEL

Stoke chairman Peter Coates is remaining tight-lipped over the long-term future of manager Tony Pulis.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Leeds United boss Brian McDermott has confirmed that El-Hadji Diouf has pledged his commitment to the club - as he seeks to atone for his red mist on Saturday.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Derek Shaw is waiting for news from India on his future as Blackburn Rovers' managing director - with a fans' group calling for the immediate removal of the club's board.

THE STAR

Sheffield Wednesday will be roared on by their biggest crowd of the season when they entertain Middlesbrough in their final Championship fixture.

Chris Morgan has warned it would be a grave mistake to under-estimate Sheffield United's character as they prepare to enter the league One play-offs.

Doncaster chairman John Ryan got his hands on the League One championship trophy and declared: "We're not a pub team having a laugh anymore!".

EVENING GAZETTE

Juninho believes Middlesbrough's links with his Brazilian club could reap rich rewards in the years to come.

Josh McEachran is unlikely to join Middlesbrough team-mate Jason Steele in the England Under-21 squad for this summer's European Championships.

EVENING TIMES

Henrik Ojamaa has urged his Motherwell team-mates to become SPL record-breakers on Saturday at Inverness.

Kilmarnock winger James Dayton is putting talks on a new contract to one side and concentrate on recovering from broken ribs.

THE SCOTSMAN

Violence erupted at Monday night's Glasgow Cup final clash between the Old Firm as fans ripped up seats, set off flares and invaded the pitch.

Hearts have responded to reports of imminent administration at Tynecastle by claiming their finances are under control.

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