Football Papers: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Evening

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

  • Chelsea have begun discussions with Real Madrid about signing midfielder Mateo Kovacic on a permanent basis.
  • James McArthur admitted the way Crystal Palace surrendered against Brighton was unacceptable after a night that left Roy Hodgson with cause for real concern.
  • France star Kylian Mbappe has said he is ‘following Arsenal from afar’ since Unai Emery’s arrival in England.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

  • Axel Witsel has been asked about transfer interest from Manchester United after a report last month suggested Jose Mourinho scouted the midfielder during the recent international break.
  • A journalist in Spain claims Real Madrid forward Isco has told his teammates that he wants to leave the Bernabeu, with Manchester City his preferred destination.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

  • Virgil van Dijk feared for his life during his early playing days in Holland – as one former coach recalls how an illness left the defender a ‘shrivelled’ person.
  • Steven Gerrard has defended Jurgen Klopp’s derby day celebrations – and admits he loves the German boss for his authenticity.
  • Marco Silva is demanding more goals from Everton’s wingers as he refuses to talk about signing a new striker in the January transfer window.
  • Nikola Vlasic’s superb spell away from Everton continues – after being named CSKA Moscow player of the month for the third consecutive time.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

  • Aston Villa fans have reacted to those Tom Heaton transfer rumours with a resounding round of thumbs-ups.
  • Yannick Bolasie has been identified as the player who can push Aston Villa further up the Championship table.

LEICESTER MERCURY

  • Leicester City boss Claude Puel believes the club are still adapting from their title win ahead of their reunion with Claudio Ranieri.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

  • Duncan Watmore knows he will have to be patient over a return to league action with Sunderland given the impressive form of Jack Ross’ side.

THE ARGUS

  • Shane Duffy has apologised for his red card against Crystal Palace.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

  • Derby striker Nick Blackman wants to help his loan club Sporting Gijon “get back where they belong” in Spanish football.

NOTTINGHAM POST

  • Nottingham Forest could find their plans scuppered if they want to bring back defender Joe Worrall from Rangers in January.
  • Striker Karim Ansarifard has been impressed by the “passionate” support of Nottingham Forest’s fans.

EVENING GAZETTE

  • Tony Mowbray says Middlesbrough’s aspirations are greater now than they were when he was boss.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

  • Joe Hart wants to ‘pay back’ the Burnley fans with two strong home performances ahead of tonight’s Turf Moor clash with Liverpool.

BRISTOL POST

  • Head coach Lee Johnson still hopes to find a solution to the Robins’ goal-scoring woes at home from within the club, but if that proves unsuccessful, then City will look to strengthen the squad in January.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

  • Donervon Daniels is satisfied with Blackpool’s current position but he believes there’s more to come from the Seasiders.

THE STAR

  • Hillsborough has been described as a “beautiful place to watch football” by Luton Town boss Nathan Jones after the two teams were drawn together in the third round of the FA Cup.
  • He may have been struggling for a starting place in recent weeks but Mallik Wilks remains firmly in the plans of Grant McCann beyond January.

EVENING TIMES

  • Daniel Candeias admits the high tempo style and rough and tumble nature of Scottish football suits his game perfectly.

EDINBURGH EVENING NEWS

  • Former Celtic and Hibernian player Anthony Stokes has left Iranian club Tractor Sazi, despite signing a new four-year contract in October.
  • Hibernian are running the rule over Canadian trialist Kosovar Sadiki after the player appeared in Monday’s reserve game against Falkirk.

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