Regional Paper Talk: Gunners eye Cousins

Arsenal are watching Charlton's Jordan Cousins, Steven Nzonzi is unsure of his Stoke future, while two Chelsea academy products want to leave.

Last Updated: 28/03/14 at 14:53 Post Comment

Jordan Cousins: Linked with move to Arsenal

Jordan Cousins: Linked with move to Arsenal

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Arsene Wenger hinted that his Arsenal side should be more worried about holding on to their position in the Premier League's top four than winning the title this season.

Gylfi Sigurdsson insists he has no regrets about choosing to join Tottenham ahead of Liverpool despite the Reds' title challenge this season.

Arsenal are keeping a close watch on Charlton's Jordan Cousins - but his only focus is on helping the Addicks avoid the drop.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Pablo Zabaletta says Marouane Fellaini and Danny Welbeck were lucky not to see red for Man United in Tuesday night's derby.

Wayne Rooney was at a loss to explain the reasons behind a sixth premier league defeat at home this season - but accepts it is not good enough.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Everton defender John Stones says no-one at the club was surprised by Ross Barkley's goal at Newcastle last night - as he does that sort of thing in training every day.

Brendan Rodgers has called for "Gladiator" Luis Suarez to be named Player of the Year.

Jordan Henderson has warned Liverpool not to underestimate struggling Sunderland on Wednesday night.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Alan Pardew insists he is still satisfied with Newcastle's 46-point total - but admits there is room for improvement.

Sunderland boss Gus Poyet is hoping frontman Connor Wickham can prove his top flight credentials after being recalled from loan to play at Liverpool on Wednesday.

THE JOURNAL

Newcastle assistant boss John Carver is looking forward to Alan Pardew's return to the dugout following his side's 3-0 home defeat to Everton.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Gus Poyet believes Liam Bridcutt and Lee Cattermole have both made great cases for staying in Sunderland's first team.

Poyet also says he won't waste time warning his Sunderland players about the obvious danger that Luis Suarez will pose them at Anfield on Wednesday night.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Ryan Bertrand says he's be more than happy to consider making his loan move from Chelsea to Aston Villa permanent in the summer.

Birmingham boss Lee Clark has commended his young team for coping with the pressure and the tense atmosphere at Millwall to bag a vital three points.

EXPRESS & STAR

West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace was a no-show at the club's AGM on Wednesday - but the club's accounts revealed he was paid £1.19million for his running of the club.

A defiant Gareth McAuley is ready to shrug off his ankle trouble and lead Albion in Saturday's survival crunch against Cardiff City.

Leon Clarke has been told he can still be a Wolves hero after drawing another Molineux blank on Tuesday night.

Kenny Jackett has warned his title hopefuls against complacency after the Molineux outfit took another giant stride towards promotion.

THE SENTINEL

Steven Nzonzi is unsure about his Stoke City future, despite admitting he has never been happier in his career.

NEWHAM RECORDER

West Ham goalkeeper Adrian insists the club's confidence will not be knocked after Wayne Rooney's wonder-goal at the weekend.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Josh McEachran insists he is loving life at Wigan and would consider a permament move from Chelsea in the summer.

Alex Kacaniklic reckons Fulham need as many as five wins from their final seven games to beat the drop.

SOUTH LONDON PRESS

Millwall boss Ian Holloway has promised to stay at The Den even if the club are relegated.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Garry Monk has paid tribute to "beast" Wilfried Bony after his towering display in Swansea City's 2-2 draw at Arsenal.

THE PINK UN

Alex Tettey is desperate for Norwich to sort out their travel sickness in the Premier League - starting with Saturday's clash at Swansea.

THE DAILY ECHO

Guly do Prado, Jonathan Forte and Lee Barnard look increasingly likely to leave Southampton this summer.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Steve Bruce has hinted he will curb his sense of adventure when Hull City travel to West Ham United in the Premier League tonight.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Brian McDermott insisted he had no intention of quitting his post as Leeds United manager as he faced up to another humiliating defeat.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

A poll among Nottingham Forest supporters says they'd welcome an approach for former Derby boss, and current Sheffield United chief, Nigel Clough, to become their new manager.

NOTTINGHAM POST

Glenn Hoddle and Gianfranco Zola top Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al Hasawi's Forest wishlist for his next manager.

LEICESTER MERCURY

Leicester City head to Burnley for their mouth-watering top-of-the-table clash still unbeaten in 18 games and buoyed by a dramatic late equaliser from Kasper Schmeichel against Yeovil on Tuesday night.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Former Blackburn star Kevin Gallacher believes when Rovers throw caution to the wind, they are amongst the best sides in the Championship.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Mark Davies is a doubt for this weekend's derby against Wigan Athletic with a groin problem.

Bolton remain hopeful of signing Leeds defender Lee Peltier following the breakdown of his move to Nottingham Forest.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Uwe Rosler reckoned only a world-class performance from ex-England goalkeeper Rob Green saw Wigan return from QPR on Tuesday night with nothing.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

Barry Ferguson insists Blackpool "totally dominated" last night's clash with Bolton, despite losing 1-0.

EVENING GAZETTE

Middlesbrough recorded a loss of £14million for last financial year - up £4million on the previous 12-month period

Boro boss Aitor Karanka has urged Rhys Williams to 'take it step by step' in his battle to make Australia's World Cup squad.

THE STAR

Nigel Clough has challenged Conor Coady to fire Sheffield United into play-off contention following Tuesday night's victory over Crawley Town.

Sheffield Wednesday boss Stuart Gray has praised Leon Best for bouncing back from his miss at Doncaster to score a "fantastic" winner against Brighton.

Liam Palmer has signed a contract extension with Sheffield Wednesday, which will keep him at the club until 2018.

HUDDERSFIELD EXAMINER

Huddersfield boss Mark Robins says he will unleash the James Vaughan and Nahki Wells partnership when the time is right.

READING POST

Nigel Adkins has blasted Reading for their home defeat to Barnsley, saying it was an opportunity lost to cement a Championship play-off spot.

THE ARGUS

Brighton boss Oscar Garcia has played down a spat between Albion team-mates Tomasz Kuszczak and Bruno.

IPSWICH STAR

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy hailed his players after they produced a gutsy come-from-behind win against Derby County at Portman Road.

WATFORD OBSERVER

Beppe Sannino admitted everyone associated with Watford deserves more when it comes to the club's performances and league position.

EVENING TIMES

Partick star Gabriel Piccolo has warned the rampant Celtic attack that the Thistle defence will not be intimidated by them on Wednesday night.

Alan Archibald believes that Kris Commons is good enough to walk into any Celtic side in the club's history.

THE SCOTSMAN

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has opened up on his battle with depression.

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