Regional Paper Talk: Remy chase to go on

Newcastle's pursuit of Loic Remy could go on until the end of January, while Everton's Phil Neville wants to play for up to three more years.

Last Updated: 01/01/13 at 14:22 Post Comment

Loic Remy: Target for Newcastle

Loic Remy: Target for Newcastle

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Phil Neville says he wants to keep playing for another two or three years after passing the landmark of 500 Premier League appearances.

Leon Osman believes the form of Victor Anichebe could save David Moyes from having to use scant resources to sign a striker in January.

Luis Suarez is expected to be passed fit for Liverpool's Premier League clash at Queens Park Rangers on Sunday.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle United may have to wait until the end of January to see if their pursuit of Marseille star Loic Remy has been successful.

Demba Ba will be told to make his mind up about his future with Newcastle United - whether he quits in the January transfer window or not.

THE JOURNAL

James McClean has gone "back to basics" in a bid to rediscover his golden form of last season.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Sunderland expect the subject of Danny Rose's loan spell at the Stadium of Light to be raised this weekend when Tottenham Hotspur arrive in the North East.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Peter Pannu has opened up about the extent of Birmingham City's financial woes. And he admitted for the first time that he was prepared to sell Jack Butland and possibly other stars in the January transfer window to stop Blues from going under.

EXPRESS & STAR

Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan might have picked the ball out of the net a dozen times in the last two games but he has an unshakable belief that the club are heading in the right direction.

West Brom's Fantasy Football fanatic Ben Foster is ready to axe in-form Robin van Persie as he backs his team-mates to ground the flying Dutchman.

THE PINK UN

Chris Hughton is braced for a backlash from Premier League champions Manchester City at Carrow Road this weekend as the Canaries bid to pick up their first points of the festive period.

THE DAILY ECHO

Rickie Lambert is confident that Saints can end Stoke's remarkable unbeaten home run when they visit the Britannia Stadium tomorrow.

THE SENTINEL

Tony Pulis says Stoke City should be aiming for another crack at the Europa League after finishing the first half of their 2012/13 Premier League campaign in eighth place.

THE STAR

Mamady Sidibe has issued a big thanks to Dave Jones and the Owls for helping to resurrect his career.

EVENING TIMES

St Mirren striker Steven Thompson believes that Paul McGowan's return can be the catalyst for the Paisley side to challenge for a place in the top six.

THE SCOTSMAN

Pat Fenlon has admitted that he will turn "very shortly" to other options as time continues to march on without there being any resolution on the long-term future of loan signings Leigh Griffiths, Jorge Claros and Ryan McGivern.

Dundee will wait to learn the findings of the Scottish Premier League match delegate in attendance at the Boxing Day fixture against Celtic before deciding whether to lodge a complaint about the behaviour of fans in the away end.

Ross County boss Derek Adams insisted today that he expects Hearts to be challenging at the top of the table come the end of the season.

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