LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Cesare Prandelli has indicated he is ready to take charge of Tottenham next season if the club follow up tentative discussions with a formal offer to the Italy coach.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata admits he is shocked by how big the Reds' following is around the world after seeing the club's global following in Dubai.
Joleon Lescott has made it plain his five-year stay at City will come to a close in the summer.
Everton will not be intimidated by facing the best sides the FA Cup has to offer as they bid for Wembley glory, insists Leighton Baines.
Joe Allen has urged Liverpool FC to use the defeat at Arsenal as motivation for the rest of the season.
Newcastle could be tempted one last time to off-load Papiss Cisse before the end of this season. Reports in Russia last night claimed Rubin Kazan were at long last prepared to make a bid for the player.
Newcastle could have a new owner if rumours circulating online this morning about WWE owner Vince McMahon are to be believed.
Arsenal are understood to be making moves on Loic Remy, spoiling hopes of making the striker's loan deal permanent at Newcastle United.
Connor Wickham says he has "nothing to lose" after being given another chance to make the grade at Sunderland.
Steven Fletcher will resume full training tomorrow, with the Sunderland striker boasting an outside chance of featuring at Arsenal this weekend.
Connor Wickham has held talks with Gus Poyet to boost his chances of playing more than a bit-part role with Sunderland.
Birmingham City manager Lee Clark is set to promote Steve Watson to assistant manager.
Nicolas Anelka will next week be called to give evidence to a three-man independent regulatory commission in an attempt to clear his name following the recent Football Association charge brought against him for performing a 'quenelle' gesture.
Kenny Jackett has revealed his high expectations for players to "take responsibility" for their fitness as Wolverhampton Wanderers' promotion push heads for the home straight.
EXPRESS & STAR
George Thorne has been told his chance will come at Derby. The Albion midfielder joined Steve McClaren's side on loan in January but is still waiting for to make an appearance for the side.
Wolves under-21's lost 2-0 to Sunderland yesterday. New signing Kortney Hause made his first appearance in the gold and black.
Villa boss Paul Lambert today dismissed any claims of a rift with Matt Lowton as "nonsense".
Stoke's young keeper Jack Butland could be spending the rest of the season on loan at Leeds United.
Stoke City are ready to offer club stalwart Andy Wilkinson a new one-year deal.
New boy Peter Odemwingie says Stoke's superior football suits him better than Cardiff City's more rudimentary approach.
Sascha Riether reckons new boss Felix Magath will be a success at Fulham and has backed his fellow countryman to keep them up.
SOUTH LONDON PRESS
Crystal Palace paid just £250,000 to snap up Joe Ledley from Celtic.
Chris Powell will not be to blame if Charlton lose their Championship status. That is the view of Yann Kermorgant - who believes the Addicks should have quickly moved to secure the Addicks boss on a new deal after Roland Duchatelet's takeover at the start of the year.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Jonathan de Guzman has hailed Michael Laudrup for reviving his stalled career - but insists Swansea City needed a change.
Pepe Reina is a doubt for Napoli in their Europa League tie with Swansea City on Thursday.
After his former Manchester United academy team mate Adnan Januzaj has taken the plaudits in the Premier League this season, Cardiff City's skillful starlet Mats Moller Daehli insists he's keen to follow in his footsteps.
Cardiff City striker Joe Mason is set to go out on loan again to Championship side Bolton Wanderers.
THE PINK UN
Norwich City's chief executive David McNally is well aware the Canaries' Premier League survival prospects hinge on finding a cutting edge.
Norwich City's January loan signing Joseph Yobo knows exactly what it will take to get out of Premier League trouble.
THE DAILY ECHO
Mark Clattenburg will take charge of Saints' trip to West Ham this Saturday - the first time he will have refereed the club since they launched a formal complaint about his conduct.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Former Swansea City youth boss Tony Pennock is to take up a similar role at Hull City.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Prospective new Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino held meetings with manager Brian McDermott and managing director David Haigh at the end of last week - outlining his future plans for the club.
Derby County's number one, Lee Grant, will tonight look to shut out the club that played a huge role in his development as a goalkeeper.
Des Walker believes Jamaal Lascelles can follow in his footsteps by becoming a key defender for Nottingham Forest - but only if he is given the time to learn his trade.
Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson does not think his rested side will necessarily have a physical advantage when they face Nottingham Forest tomorrow night.
Leicester City defender Liam Moore is fully fit and ready to return to action against Nottingham Forest.
Sean Dyche has heaped special praise on Turf Moor kingpins Michael Duff and Jason Shackell as the Clarets continue to plot a steady course for a Premier League return this season.
Blackburn Rovers boss Gary Bowyer has stressed that Jake Kean remains a firm part of his plans - but he has not ruled out allowing one of his goalkeepers out on loan.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Bolton midfielder Medo believes manager Dougie Freedman has the strength of character to turn around the team's fortunes and admits the players need to shoulder some blame for the disappointing results this season.
Blackpool have handed a trial to Latvian international Vitalijs Smirnovs.
Aitor Karanka gave a scathing assessment of his team's "terrible" performance at Watford on Saturday.
Danny Graham insists the Boro players won't be giving up on their promotion quest.
Nigel Clough hopes Sheffield United's exploits in this season's FA Cup can inspire his players when their battle for League One survival resumes at Gillingham tomorrow.
Peter Clarke made his long-awaited return from knee surgery - and helped Huddersfield Town to a key Championship win
Reading will appeal the red card shown to Kaspars Gorkss during Sunday's 3-1 win at Queens Park Rangers.
Albion boss Oscar Garcia and Hull chief Steve Bruce have criticised UEFA for condemning their teams to two key games in little over 48 hours.
Ipswich Town's play-off hopes have been dealt a massive blow after it was revealed 16-goal striker David McGoldrick could be out for the rest of the season.
Fernando Forestieri has suggested on Twitter that he won't be available for Watford's trip to Yeovil Town.
Brett Pitman has vowed to make the most of his second stint as a Championship footballer - by winning back his starting slot with Bournemouth.
Neil Lennon has welcomed Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho's backing for Celtic to be in the Barclays Premier League.
Norwich manager Chris Hughton looks to be on borrowed time at the club after chief executive David McNally revealed they were looking into candidates to replace him - with Neil Lennon rumoured to be high on the list.
Gordon Durie has credited Rangers manager Ally McCoist with keeping the morale of the playing staff as high as possible throughout some of the darkest days in the history of the club.
Inverness have criticised the SPFL's ticket allocation for their Scottish League Cup final against Aberdeen next month at Parkhead.
Former Celtic goalkeeper Paul Latchford says that Fraser Forster's relatively untruobled life between the sticks at Parkhead actually makes his job more difficult.