MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United are ‘highly confident’ of landing Arsenal star Mesut Ozil on a free transfer next summer, according to reports.
Pep Guardiola is said to be looking for a temporary replacement for Benjamin Mendy with reports in France claim Napoli left back Faouzi Ghoulam is an option.
Talk of Ivan Perisic joining Manchester United has died down following the improved performances of Anthony Martial.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Arsenal players were left furious after Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez failed to attend a club media activity day last month.
West Ham’s board remain firmly behind Slaven Bilic, despite constant rumours about his future.
Harry Kane’s development at Tottenham echoes that of Gareth Bale, according to Ben Davies.
Virgil van Dijk has admitted he has ‘no regrets’ over his behaviour this summer and that he hopes a chance to leave Southampton could emerge in January.
Everton’s summer signing Michael Keane insists the players must shoulder some responsibility for the poor start to their season.
Mikel Merino has become an instant hit at Newcastle United – but claims in Spain suggest he very nearly joined another club over the summer.
Relegation and the bitter financial realities that followed have seen Sunderland follow something of a ‘back to basics’ approach behind the scenes.
Birmingham City are considering a £2m bid in January for Jonny Williams, with the Crystal Palace player currently on loan at Sunderland.
Ross McCormack admits that his time at Aston Villa so far has been a “disaster – there’s no two ways about it”.
Mark Hughes is confident Stoke striker Saido Berahino will break his goalscoring duck after missing a penalty against Southampton on the weekend.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City boss Leonid Slutsky wants his side to stay on an attacking front after their 6-1 mauling of Birmingham City on the weekend.
Former Burnley striker Ian Wright believes Sean Dyche could one day manage England.
Adrien Silva was the guest of honour at Sporting on Sunday, the midfielder taking to the pitch at half-time to say goodbye to the fans who supported him over the last decade.
Swansea’s squad fear the Liberty Stadium fans will begin to turn on them if their poor home form continues.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Phil Parkinson insists he will remain as Bolton manager despite the club’s worst start to a campaign in 115 years – they currently sit bottom of the Sky Bet Championship.
Brighton boss Chris Hughton is confident record-signing Jose Izquierdo will improve as the Premier League season goes on.
Eddie Howe admits the international break has not come at a good time for Cherries.
WEST LONDON SPORT
Ian Holloway has hailed Jack Robinson for turning his QPR career around this season.
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