Regional Paper Talk: Everton eye Atleti star

Everton are eyeing Atletico Madrid's young midfielder Saul Niguez, Fabio Borini is back in Liverpool's plans and Stoke want a Monaco striker.

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Fabio Borini: Back in Liverpool's plans after loan spell at Sunderland

Fabio Borini: Back in Liverpool's plans after loan spell at Sunderland

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Lukas Podolski is bullish on Arsenal's FA Cup chances and the forward is already relishing 'when' the Gunners win the FA Cup.

Tottenham's new manager will arrive at the club with the futures of a significant number of his squad up in the air.

Harry Redknapp fears South Korea are unlikely to allow Yun Suk-Young to take part in Queens Park Rangers' Play-off Final against Derby on May 24 because he is part of their World Cup squad.

Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore is fighting to stay in his job today after sponsor Barclays told the governing body it is "deeply disappointed" by the revelations about his sexist emails.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Manchester City have been strongly linked with a swoop for Argentine genius Lionel Messi, but he has chosen to commit his future to Catalan giants Barcelona.

Rio Ferdinand believes Louis van Gaal has the character and experience to be a success at Manchester United.

Micah Richards is keen to see more youth team players given a chance at Manchester City.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is confident there will be no repeat of last summer's Luis Suarez transfer saga as he insisted: "I know he's very happy here."

Everton are ready to return to Spain as they attempt to bolster their squad with further exciting young loan stars this summer. Blues must wait to hear whether Barcelona winger Gerard Deulofeu will be allowed to spend another season at Goodison Park next term and Roberto Martinez is eyeing Atletico Madrid youngster Saul Niguez.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle United are unlikely to field a B team in a revamped Football League, but the Magpies could be open to the idea of a "feeder club" if Greg Dyke's controversial proposals become reality. It raises the possibility of Gateshead becoming an official breeding ground for the club's youngsters if they can win and consolidate a place in the league.

Sunderland skipper John O'Shea is determined not to find himself involved in a relegation battle next season.

Newcastle United midfielder Dan Gosling has joined Championship side Bournemouth on a four-year deal.

THE JOURNAL

Sunderland's hopes of re-signing Fabio Borini have been dealt a blow by Brendan Rogers' insistence that the forward has a part to play at Liverpool.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Sunderland's Lee Cattermole admits the summer will provide a welcome respite after experiencing a rollercoaster of emotions this season.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Birmingham's directors are ready to name a preferred bidder after a board meeting of parent company Birmingham International Holdings Limited.

West Brom's new kit for the 2015/16 season will revert back to traditional thick stripes after some angry supporters vowed to boycott the club's controversial new pin stripes.

Former West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie has spoken out about his problems at The Hawthorns and claimed he was wrongly portrayed as the bad guy.

EXPRESS & STAR

Ex-West Brom defender Darren Moore has urged Albion fans to embrace their new-look shirt.

Darren Bent has ruled out a permanent switch to Fulham with Aston Villa saddled with his bumper wages for another season.

Michael Jacobs has urged Wolves to tie down Richard Stearman and Dave Edwards to new deals.

THE SENTINEL

Stoke City have kicked off their summer transfer search by making fresh inquiries about Monaco striker Emmanuel Riviere.

Stoke City are remaining tight-lipped on reports that Steven Nzonzi has submitted another transfer request.

Andy Wilkinson has signed and sealed a new one-year contract at Stoke City.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Clint Hill believes QPR fans can add '20 per cent' to the team's chances of winning the Championship play-off final.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Kyle Bartley has indicated he is interested in opening talks over extending his stay at Swansea City.

WALES ONLINE

Cardiff City chairman Mehmet Dalman has moved to quash speculation he is about to resign as chairman. The Daily Mail had reported on Friday morning that Dalman was set to step down from the role following his appointment in July 2013.

Malky Mackay has admitted he wants a quick-fire return to management after settling his dispute with Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan.

THE PINK UN

Neil Adams has warned Norwich City will be marked men in the Championship as he looks to play a key role in getting the club back at the first attempt.

Malky Mackay has refused to be drawn on whether he is poised to become Norwich City's new manager but the Scot is desperate to return to the game as soon as possible.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Hull City boss Steve Bruce is not prepared to take any late risks when he names his side to face Arsenal tomorrow, insisting the FA Cup final is no place for passengers.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

The rift between Brian McDermott and Massimo Cellino has deepened amid claims that Leeds United's manager only returned to his home in the south of England after his mother was admitted to hospital.

Massimo Cellino will face questions from the Football League about the closure of Leeds United's training ground next week as the governing body steps in to assess the impact on the club's academy.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

Paul Simpson has thanked the Derby County fans for their "unbelievable" backing this season.

NOTTINGHAM POST

Nottingham Forest defender Dan Harding is a surprise target for American side Orlando City. The ambitious Florida-based side currently play in the third tier in the USA - but will join the MLS in 2015.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Blackburn Rovers manager Gary Bowyer plans to hold talks with Ruben Rochina after he plays the final match of his successful loan spell at Rayo Vallecano this weekend.

Liam Feeney is closing in on a move to Bolton Wanderers following a loan spell at Blackburn Rovers.

Captain Jason Shackell believes Burnley's promotion principles are worth sticking with, insisting they will stand them in good stead for life in the Premier League.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Early birds Bolton Wanderers have pulled off yet another deal by snatching winger Liam Feeney from under the nose of local rivals Blackburn Rovers.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Emmerson Boyce wants Wigan Athletic to follow the lead of Leicester City as they recover from their play-off heartache.

EVENING GAZETTE

Three first team fringe figures have been released today as Middlesbrough head coach Aitor Karanka starts his summer reshuffle. Right-backs Stuart Parnaby and Frazer Richardson plus Swiss second string keeper Jayson Leutwiler have been given free transfers while former hot prospect Cameron Park has also been allowed to leave.

THE STAR

Shaun Miller has departed Sheffield United as manager Nigel Clough presses ahead with his makeover of the League One club's squad.

DONCASTER FREE PRESS

Rovers are bracing themselves for the departure of several players. Clauses were inserted into the contracts of a number of players which would allow them to leave the club with little or no resistance in the event of relegation.

READING POST

Jobi McAnuff has admitted his age could have been the critical factor in Reading's decision not to offer him a new contract. The 32-year-old former club captain was shown the door by Royals last week following a five-year stay.

THE ARGUS

Former Cardiff boss Malky Mackay has distanced himself from the vacant job as Brighton and Hove Albion manager.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe believes Dan Gosling will be an excellent fit for the Cherries and says the versatile midfielder can bring "different options" to the table.

EVENING TIMES

Tom Rogic can use the World Cup finals as platform to re-launch his career at Celtic. The Aussie Bhoy has defied injury and the odds to be included in Ange Postecoglou's initial squad for this summer's samba soccer showpiece.

THE SCOTSMAN

Jackie McNamara has attempted to keep Dundee United's preparations as low key as possible, straying little from their normal routine, ahead of the William Hill Scottish Cup Final against St Johnstone at Celtic Park on Saturday.

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