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Wolves and Blackburn are set to dip into the loan market before Thursday's deadline, while Newcastle boss Alan Pardew was in Paris on Tuesday.

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Former Chelsea chief scout and director of youth development Frank Arnesen has defended his time at Stamford Bridge, and says the policy for signing big stars rather than nurturing potential is the reason why the club are struggling.

West Ham's Carlton Cole believes that youth‑team players are "pampered" these days.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has set his sights on beating Chelsea's Premier League record points haul.

Pablo Zabaleta said Manchester City's team of stars need more unity if they are to make a real challenge to United's Premier League supremacy.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Everton captain Phil Neville admits he would be prepared to drop out of the Premier League to extend his playing career.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle defender Massadio Haidara has paid tribute to United fans as their support helps him recover from his injury nightmare.

Newcastle United must wait and see whether full-backs Davide Santon and Mathieu Debuchy are fit enough to take on Manchester City on Saturday.

Newcastle legend Tino Asprilla is taking centre stage in Newcastle once again - by appearing in panto.

THE JOURNAL

Alan Pardew made a flying visit to Paris on Tuesday to take in France's crunch World Cup qualifier with Spain, as Newcastle United's preparations for next season step up a gear.

Papiss Cisse has insisted Newcastle United can STILL end the season covered in glory - despite a season of ups and downs at St James' Park.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Marc Albrighton is hoping to help out during Aston Villa's survival run-in after recovering from a broken foot.

West Brom are set to delay plans to increase the capacity of the Hawthorns.

EXPRESS & STAR

Wolves boss Dean Saunders has urged Dorus De Vries to seize his fresh chance at Molineux.

Wolves are trying to push through at least two beat-the-deadline loan signings to boost their depleted squad for the Championship relegation run-in. Boss Dean Saunders is looking to boost his goalkeeper, midfield and striking options.

THE PINK UN

Former Norwich City skipper Matt Jackson believes Wigan's experience of relegation battles could prove crucial when the two sides meet in the Premier League this weekend.

NEWHAM RECORDER

West Ham fan Nigel Kahn believes there will be swathes of empty seats at the Olympic Stadium even if the Hammers can fill their 54,000 capacity.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Chris Coleman has hinted he may walk away from Wales once the current World Cup qualification campaign is over.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Blackburn Rovers hope to have a number of players back from injury for the first game of Gary Bowyer's second spell as caretaker boss on Friday - but they are still assessing whether to move back into the transfer market ahead of Thursday's loan deadline.

THE STAR

Dave Kitson has predicted that Sheffield United's punishing fixture schedule can bring the best out of Danny Wilson's squad.

EVENING TIMES

Robbie Crawford admits Rangers' young guns are missing their senior team-mates - but stressed they must still perform far better in their absence.

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