Regional Paper Talk: Lloris deal in offing

Tottenham are set to offer Hugo Lloris a new contract, while Davide Santon's future at Newcastle could soon be thrown into doubt.

Last Updated: 07/03/14 at 14:58 Post Comment

Hugo Lloris: Set to be offered new Tottenham contract

Hugo Lloris: Set to be offered new Tottenham contract

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Tottenham are likely to offer Hugo Lloris a new contract before the end of the campaign to secure the future of one of the Premier League's best goalkeepers.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Talk of the quadruple is banned at the Etihad. That's the message from skipper Vincent Kompany - despite his side's Capital One Cup win.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Everton will need to significantly boost the size of their squad if they qualify for Europe next season, says Roberto Martinez.

Roberto Martinez has a message for Everton's top four doubters - "We're not giving up."

Jordan Henderson saluted 'fearless' Raheem Sterling after the Liverpool winger starred in England's 1-0 victory over Denmark at Wembley.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Mike Williamson has dismissed claims that Newcastle United have nothing to play for in the last 10 games of the season.

THE JOURNAL

Paul Dummett can expect an extended run in the Newcastle United side during the closing weeks of the season in a move which could threaten Davide Santon's future at the club.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Marcos Alonso is unsure whether his long-term future lies at Sunderland, although he is bracing himself to return to Italy at the end of the season.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Charles N'Zogbia is highly unlikely to play for Aston Villa this season after all, manager Paul Lambert has confirmed.

David Gold and David Sullivan have reminded Birmingham City fans that they welcomed Carson Yeung's takeover with open arms.

EXPRESS & STAR

Jonas Olsson today claimed Albion's experience will help them to safety as they prepared to return to Premier League action.

THE SENTINEL

Stoke City have revealed it cost £2.85m to remove Tony Pulis and his backroom team last summer.

NEWHAM RECORDER

West Ham midfielder Matt Taylor had been on the fringes of the squad for much of these last two Premier League seasons, but his new role in the centre of midfield has given him a new lease of life and a steady place in the starting line up.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Felix Magath plans to loan out Fulham's young guns as he relies on old heads for the club's survival fight.

Armand Traore has turned to a self-help book in a bid to win a permanent slot in QPR's line-up.

THE PINK UN

Norwich City club captain Russell Martin aims to play a leading role in guiding Scotland to the European Championship finals.

THE DAILY ECHO

Luke Shaw and his mum Joanna have taken to Twitter to thank fans for all their good luck messages ahead of his historic England debut last night.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

The Football League is likely to wait for the outcome of a tax case involving Massimo Cellino before ruling on his takeover of Leeds United after telling a Leeds MP that the Italian will not be rejected on the basis of pending charges.

LEICESTER MERCURY

Nigel Pearson said his Leicester City side will need a higher-than-average points return to ensure promotion to the Premier League.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Derby debutant Luke Varney says Blackburn Rovers owe their fans a performance in Sunday's visit of bitter rivals Burnley to Ewood Park.

Top scorer Danny Ings is ready to get back on the Championship goal trail in Sunday's derby, and make up for the one that got away.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Beckford has finally been given the green light for a Wanderers return, just in time to feature against former club Leeds United on Saturday.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Ben Watson has given Wigan Athletic a massive boost on the eve of the FA Cup final rematch with Manchester City by agreeing to extend his stay at the DW.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

Barry Ferguson revealed he has held one-to-one meetings with his players to clear the Bloomfield Road air.

THE STAR

Joe Mattock has become the latest Wednesday player to face a long lay-off.

DONCASTER FREE PRESS

Bongani Khumalo faces six months out after rupturing his kneecap while on international duty.

IPSWICH STAR

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy admits he would send frustrated young left-back Tyrone Mings out on loan if he had a bigger squad.

EVENING TIMES

Rangers star Bilel Mohsni today attributed the Ibrox club's disappointing performances last week to poor pitches.

THE SCOTSMAN

Former Rangers director Dave King will fly in from South Africa next week and not leave Scotland until he comes up with a "definite gameplan" for the future of the Ibrox club.

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