Regional Paper Talk: Newcastle eye trio

Newcastle reportedly want Tenerife's Ayoze Perez, Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette and Sunderland's Jack Colback, while Gus Poyet wants Will Buckley.

Last Updated: 10/04/14 at 12:31 Post Comment

Jack Colback: A possible target for Newcastle

Jack Colback: A possible target for Newcastle

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been fined £8,000 and warned as to his future conduct by the Football Association following his sending-off at Aston Villa last month.

Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis today said he will do all he can to keep hold of in-form winger Jason Puncheon.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

David Moyes was critical of his team's defending when it mattered most after their Champions League exit.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Kenny Dalglish has paid tribute to Brendan Rodgers for turning Liverpool into title contenders as he insisted: "The club has got the feeling back that it used to have."

Brendan Rodgers has saluted the contribution of trusted lieutenants Colin Pascoe and Mike Marsh to Liverpool's Premier League title challenge.

Roberto Martinez says it is "ridiculous" to criticise Everton 's use of the loan market.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Freddy Shepherd feels that Alan Pardew may not have survived such a turbulent season under the previous regime.

THE JOURNAL

Newcastle United have begun negotiations with Tenerife to bring in Ayoze Perez and also hope to clinch Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette.

Brighton winger Will Buckley is on Sunderland manager Gus Poyet's wish list for next season

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Sunderland midfielder Jack Colback has emerged as a potential transfer target for Newcastle United.

Gus Poyet admits he offered John O'Shea a private explanation before dropping the Sunderland skipper to the bench at Tottenham.

Steven Fletcher could still feature in the final throes of Sunderland's relegation battle, although the likelihood is that the striker has kicked his last ball this season.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Paul Lambert reckons Aston Villa's whispering warrior Nathan Baker is quietly improving this season as he strives to cut defensive lapses from his game.

EXPRESS & STAR

Albion striker Victor Anichebe today set his sights on a late-season goal spree - but admitted he must develop a selfish streak.

Claudio Yacob is set to hand Albion another major injury boost ahead of Saturday's clash with Tottenham by declaring himself fit to return.

Jody Craddock today unveiled plans to bring his former Wolves and Sunderland team-mates together for his testimonial match at Molineux.

THE SENTINEL

Oussama Assaidi has visited a knee specialist in the Netherlands in a bid to save his season.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Brede Hangeland says statistics will go out of the window in Saturday's crunch clash with Norwich City.

SOUTH LONDON PRESS

Leicester City are ready to move for Crystal Palace keeper Julian Speroni in the summer.

Millwall are the only club DJ Campbell is allowed to play for in the last month of the season.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Ashley Williams' sole focus is on ensuring Swansea City stay up - but his future will be on the agenda at the end of the season.

THE PINK UN

Norwich City's on-loan midfielder Andrew Surman admitted he was shocked by Chris Hughton's exit.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Hull City owners Assem and Ehab Allam will launch a legal challenge after the FA rejected their proposal to change the club's name to Hull Tigers.

LEICESTER MERCURY

Manager Nigel Pearson is convinced Leicester City will be competitive in the Premier League next season.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Milwall are set to cancel the loan spell of Blackburn Rovers striker DJ Campbell.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

Karl Oyston has told The Gazette he's backing Barry Ferguson to keep Blackpool in the Championship before a summer of "major alterations".

READING POST

Reading director of football Nick Hammond says it is not unthinkable that Anton Zingarevich could return.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

Loan star Andrew Surman is keen to put talk of his own future on hold as he bids to help Cherries continue their late assault on the Championship play-offs.

EVENING TIMES

The SFA have been given the green light to proceed with their hearing into Leigh Griffiths' alleged breaches of their rules - even though a police investigation into the incident is still ongoing.

Neil Lennon fears Celtic's lucrative mining of hidden gems is going to be harder than ever this summer because other clubs are getting in on the act.

THE SCOTSMAN

Christian Dailly mounted a staunch defence of Ally McCoist yesterday and dismissed suggestions that the Rangers manager should be sacked in the event of the Ibrox club losing their Scottish Cup semi-final at home to Dundee United on Saturday.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has admitted that he plans to return to social networking site Twitter after a four-month hiatus.

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