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The top stories and transfer rumours from Friday’s newspapers.
THE TIMES
Roy Hodgson is giving serious consideration to postponing his retirement plans in the hope of continuing as England manager until the 2018 World Cup finals.
Nemanja Matic is close to agreeing a new five-year contract at Chelsea, bumping up his wages to about £100,000 a week as a reward for his performances this season.
Joe Hart believes Vincent Kompany will return a stronger player after being dropped by Manuel Pellegrini.
Tony Pulis, 57, admits that his plans for a seven-day charity row across the English Channel could be left at sea if West Brom reach the FA Cup final in May.
DAILY STAR
Championship strugglers Millwall insist under-fire boss Ian Holloway will remain in charge of the club for the rest of the season
Hull boss Steve Bruce admits Nikica Jelavic is playing in pain but says there are no long-term concerns over the striker’s knee.
DAILY MIRROR
Southampton are ready to break the bank to stop Morgan Schneider going to Arsenal.
Tottenham have made an approach for Malaga’s in-demand midfielder Ignacio Camacho.
THE SUN
Arsenal new-boy Gabriel is out for the rest of the month after suffering a torn hamstring in his side’s 2-1 win at QPR.
Everton skipper Phil Jagielka admits there is no point pretending the club are not in dire relegation trouble.

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