Regional Paper Talk: Cech staying put

Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has dismissed speculation he could join Arsenal, while Reading are taking their time to appoint a new manager.

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Petr Cech: Linked with move to Arsenal

Petr Cech: Linked with move to Arsenal

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has dismissed speculation he could be in line for a move to London rivals Arsenal, saying he couldn't imagine playing for the Gunners.

Michael Dawson has an outside chance of recovering for Tottenham's match at Swansea in 10 days' time but Aaron Lennon's hamstring trouble is causing more of a headache at White Hart Lane.

Mark Noble could miss the rest of the season while he recovers from surgery on his arm.

NEWHAM RECORDER

Winger Matt Jarvis was not too downhearted by West Ham's 2-0 defeat to Chelsea on Sunday and was pleased with how many chances they were able to create.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Philippe Coutinho says he is settling into life at Liverpool following his January switch from Inter Milan.

David Moyes needs assurances about his summer transfer budget before he signs a new deal at Everton, says Alan Stubbs.

John Heitinga insists his self-belief has not been dented during a difficult period in his Everton career.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Ashley Williams' agent has insisted the Wales captain is not looking to leave Swansea City amid continuing links with Liverpool and Arsenal.

EXPRESS & STAR

Captain Chris Brunt today claimed West Brom can target Europe in the future but admitted missing out this season could be a blessing in disguise.

Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert today called on Barry Bannan to avoid the comfort zone and hailed the midfielder's part in the club's revival.

Wolves today announced a 34 per cent drop in Early Bird season ticket sales as fans delivered a major snub on the club's decline.

READING POST

Reading are happy to bide their time to find a replacement for former manager Brian McDermott.

THE SENTINEL

Tony Pulis stands by his decision to gamble on Michael Owen in the twilight of his extraordinary career.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Jordi Gomez insists the intense competition for places at the DW will propel Wigan Athletic towards their dual target this season.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Dougie Freedman has vowed not to make any panic signings despite drawing a frustrating blank in his efforts to bolster Wanderers' play-off push so far.

THE SCOTSMAN

St Mirren will be forced to part ways with loan striker Esmael Goncalves after being told the striker will be sold in the summer.

The chances of a restructured Scottish league system including 'colt teams' from Celtic and Rangers appear to be dead in the water.

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