Football: Deadline Day regional paper talk All the latest headlines from today’s regional newspapers.

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Loic Remy admits he is under pressure to make an impact at Chelsea but insists he is ready to fight Diego Costa and Didier Drogba for a place in Jose Mourinho’s side.
Oscar Garcia has held detailed talks with Watford as they seek a successor to Beppe Sannino.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United have agreed a season-long loan deal with Monaco for Radamel Falcao.
Danny Welbeck could still remain a United player after the transfer window closes tonight because the Reds are reluctant to allow any of their unwanted players to come back and haunt them.
Micah Richards’ 13-year love affair with Manchester City is set to come to an end. And with Juventus pondering a late move for Matja Nastasic, and clubs interested in Scott Sinclair and John Guidetti, City’s deadline day activity is likely to be all about selling, rather than buying.
LIVERPOOL ECHO
Steven Gerrard hailed a strike of “pure quality” after new boy Alberto Moreno shone in Liverpool’s emphatic 3-0 win over Tottenham.
Leighton Baines labelled Everton’s defending in their 6-3 defeat by Chelsea “embarrassing” and insisted the Blues must act fast to recapture their trademark solidity.
NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE
Alan Pardew has hailed Newcastle United’s work in the transfer window as a success – even if the Magpies fail to sign a striker on deadline day.
Hatem Ben Arfa has turned down a loan move to Birmingham City.
Sunderland expect to land three new players today, with negotiations to land Sebastian Coates understood to be at an advanced stage.
SUNDERLAND ECHO
Sunderland’s deadline-day priority will be boosting Gus Poyet’s defensive ranks after finalising Ricky Alvarez’s move to the Stadium of Light.
BIRMINGHAM MAIL
Aston Villa are hoping to sign Tom Cleverley on Monday as fellow midfielder Karim El Ahmadi rejoins Feyenoord.
EXPRESS & STAR
Wolves were today hoping to finally see the back of Roger Johnson as they looked set to put their striker search on hold to the loan window.
West Brom have sent defender Joleon Lescott to an intensive American training camp in a bid to get him fit to face Everton after the international break.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert believes owner Randy Lerner’s honesty over his desire to sell the club has contributed to their best Premier League start in eight years.
THE SENTINEL
Peter Odemwingie could be out for the season amid fears he has seriously damaged his cruciate knee ligament. That leaves Stoke seeking a long-term replacement here on deadline day.
THE DAILY ECHO
Ronald Koeman is hopeful Saints will sign a defender and a winger before the transfer window slams shut at 11pm tomorrow – but is prepared to allow Saphir Taider to leave little over three weeks after he joined the club.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City manager Steve Bruce will let George Boyd leave for Burnley as he tries to sign two new midfielders on transfer deadline day. But a move for Tom Cleverley looks unlikely.
BURNLEY
Burnley are expected to make George Boyd a transfer deadline day signing from Hull City today.
Blackburn Rovers boss Gary Bowyer insists Shane Duffy must not be the only addition he makes to his ‘stretched’ squad.
LEICESTER MERCURY
Leicester City are trying to bring in a couple of players before tonight’s transfer deadline but deals for strikers Dame N’Doye and David McGoldrick look unlikely to happen.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Swansea City face a race to put the finishing touches to their squad today with Garry Monk hoping for two more signings.
FULHAM CHRONICLE
Armand Traore has explained why he turned down Crystal Palace for QPR.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Leeds United could decide on a new head coach in the next 24 hours after a weekend of intense activity at Elland Road.
Leeds United are set to confirm the signing of Paraguayan forward Brian Montenegro today after finalising deals for Adryan and Dario Del Fabro.
DERBY TELEGRAPH
Derby County have not ruled out dipping into the transfer market again before the window closes at 11pm tonight.
THE PINK UN
Norwich City may be close to completing their central defensive search with Arsenal’s Spanish youth international Ignasi Miquel poised to undergo a medical ahead of a proposed Carrow Road move.
EVENING GAZETTE
Boro are confident they will have added at least two more players to their squad when the transfer window closes tonight. The club are close to signing Dutch winger Yanic Wildschut and long-term Belgian target Jelle Vossen.
WALES ONLINE
Danny Gabbidon was a terrace hero when he played at Cardiff City a decade ago and now it looks like he’s back, as a player coach.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Dougie Freedman admits he is unlikely to sign players before today’s 11pm deadline – but things have a strange way of moving quickly on the final day of the window. 
WIGAN EVENING POST
Wigan Athletic have accepted a bid from Crystal Palace for James McArthur.
READING POST
Nigel Adkins says he is ‘very optimistic’ that he can add to his Reading squad before the transfer window shuts.
IPSWICH STAR
Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed that Leicester City have made an offer for star striker David McGoldrick and – with typical honesty – admitted a big money offer could see the club stand aside and let him pursue his Premier League dream.
HUDDERSFIELD EXAMINER
Fans are waiting to see whether Sean Scannell and Danny Ward remain at Huddersfield Town beyond tonight’s transfer deadline. While the club are scouring the market for a striker and a centre-back, interest has been shown in the wide players.
BOURNEMOUTH ECHO
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is understood to be hoping to bolster his squad with at least two new additions ahead of the closing of the transfer window tomorrow.
EVENING TIMES
Celtic were today attempting to make one last-gasp attempt to find a striker before tonight’s 11pm deadline.
Kris Boyd today insisted the Rangers players won’t let the off-field turmoil at the Ibrox club impact on their play on the park.

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