LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Jack Wilshere has insisted his long-term future is at Arsenal.
Alvaro Morata is convinced he made the right move to join Chelsea this summer and admits he has never been happier.
Mauricio Pochettino has hailed Harry Winks as the “perfect midfielder” and believes the fit-again youngster adds something unique to Tottenham.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany is back in the Belgium squad – suggesting he is getting closer to full fitness.
Ashley Young maintains there is healthy competition in Manchester United’s squad because everyone’s got a winning mentality.
France coach Didier Deschamps insists it was merely a ‘choice’ to overlook Anthony Martial for their World Cup qualifying squad.
Jonjo Shelvey insists he has no regrets about deciding to leave Liverpool.
Former Everton defender Martin Keown delivered a withering put-down of Ronald Koeman after last night’s Europa League disappointment at Goodison Park, likening him to Louis van Gaal.
Jonjo Shelvey has broken his silence and apologised for what he says was a moment of madness on the opening day of the season against Tottenham.
Simon Grayson admitted he had made changes in Sunderland’s defeat at Ipswich in the hope that it might stir something, and that the cards might fall in his team’s favour.
Tony Pulis freely admits Jake Livermore has retained his place in the England squad even though he has been off the boil for West Brom.
Isaac Vassell has been tipped to reach the top by the man who brought him to Birmingham City.
EXPRESS & STAR
Tony Pulis reckons the international break has come at a good time for Albion because he wants Oliver Burke and Nacer Chadli to get more minutes under their belt.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo has called for his team to show a reaction against Burton tomorrow as they look to get back to winning ways.
Mark Hughes is hoping to have Geoff Cameron back to fortify the heart of Stoke City’s weakened defence after three weeks out with hamstring trouble.
THE DAILY ECHO
Mauricio Pellegrino has his concerns over the upcoming international break – as he prepares to begin an anxious wait over the state of his squad.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City are hoping to welcome back five players from injury after the international break manager Leonid Slutsky has confirmed.
Sam Vokes has been through his share of strike partners at Burnley and he is confident he can hit the right notes again with record-signing Chris Wood.
Demarai Gray is expected to sign his new contract and commit his future to the club within the next 48 hours, Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare has admitted.
Craig Shakespeare has admitted he is in the dark over when Adrien Silva will be allowed to play for the club – or even train with his new Leicester team-mates.
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy is being “managed” through a minor hip injury but is expected to be fit to face Bournemouth on Saturday.
Cardiff’s victory over Leeds, live on Sky Sports, drew in more viewers than Tottenham and Manchester City’s midweek games in the Champions League, according to figures released.
West Ham have been boosted by the news that both Manuel Lanzini and Michail Antonio will be in the squad for the home clash with Swansea City.
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David Button insists Fulham must not get drawn into QPR’s style of football as the two sides meet under the lights at Loftus Road this evening.
Derby County manager Gary Rowett has said how long he expects forward Mason Bennett to be out through injury.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Phil Parkinson insists under-fire loanees Reece Burke and Josh Cullen will come good for Bolton.
Reading are hoping John Swift will be fit to make this weekend’s Championship clash with Norwich City, but Jordan Obita will not play for the Royals and could be set for an extended spell on the sidelines.
Brighton boss Chris Hughton is cautious about risking Glenn Murray at Arsenal on Sunday.
Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Keiren Westwood is likely to miss this weekend’s Yorkshire derby with Leeds United as he continues to recover from a rib injury.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is expecting a “big challenge” when Spurs visit the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday.
Eddie Howe expects Harry Arter to miss Bournemouth’s Premier League clash with Leicester due to an Achilles problem.
Rangers striker Kenny Miller has been told he won’t play against Hamilton on Friday as boss Pedro Caixinha bids for a crucial Premiership win.