Paper Talk - 21 February 2013

Esteban Granero: Will stay at QPR if they are relegated

Regional Paper Talk: Granero plans stay

Esteban Granero plans to stay at QPR even if they are relegated, while Yassine El Ghanassy's West Bromwich Albion career looks to be over.

London Evening Standard
  • Theo Walcott knows Arsenal need to make amends for a miserable week when Aston Villa visit on Saturday.
Fulham Chronicle
  • Esteban Granero plans to be at QPR next season - even if they're relegated.
Manchester Evening News
  • Manchester United are strong enough to cope with David Gill's summer exit, says Sir Alex Ferguson, who has tipped the chief executive to shine at UEFA.
Liverpool Echo
  • Jamie Carragher will make his 150th European appearance for Liverpool against Zenit St Petersburg tonight.
  • Everton must be prepared to dig in and grind out results between now and the end of the season if they are to secure Champions League football, according to Leighton Baines.
The Chronicle
  • Alam Pardew says he faces a youth or experience dilemma for tonight's Europa League tie when it comes to replacing Davide Santon.
  • Tim Krul has revealed the current Newcastle United team are hell-bent on finally taking away the class of '69's tag of the last Magpies side to win a trophy.
Sunderland Echo
  • Sunderland would have to cough up a transfer fee for target Stoppila Sunzu after the Zambian international resolved his contract dispute.
  • Steven Fletcher says he is happy to play in whatever strike role Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill chooses for him.
Evening Gazette
  • Tony Mowbray is looking forward to the day that Boro formalise their links with Juninho's Brazilian club.
South Wales Evening Post
  • Michael Laudrup admits winning the Capital One Cup with Swansea City would rank as his perhaps greatest achievement in football.
Express & Star
  • Steve Clarke today admitted Yassine El Ghanassy's West Bromwich Albion career looks to be over.
  • Gabby Agbonlahor today vowed to battle his way into manager Paul Lambert's thinking for Aston Villa's trip to Arsenal.
  • Dean Saunders today warned Wolves' crestfallen players they are on their own if they have lost their desire for the Championship relegation battle.
The Pink un
  • Former Norwich City and Everton striker Tony Cottee has backed Chris Hughton to guide City to safety ahead of the Toffees' weekend Premier League visit.
The Daily Echo
  • Alan Pardew will get a first-hand look at Jason Puncheon amid speculation he could make a summer move for the midfielder if Saints fail to offer him a new contract.
The Sentinel
  • Tony Pulis today dropped a heavy hint that Marc Wilson will return from his broken leg at Fulham on Saturday.
  • Stoke chairman Peter Coates says season-ticket sales will play a part in the club's decision about extending the Britannia.
Wigan Evening Post
  • Wigan boss Roberto Martinez has called on Latics fans to be the 12th man in the final third of the season.
Evening Times
  • Neil Lennon fears Scott Brown has lost his battle to avoid surgery on his groin.
  • Rapid Vienna are reported to have reached an agreement with Rangers for outstanding monies due for the transfer of Nikica Jelavic.
  • St Mirren captain Jim Goodwin is unbowed in his belief that the Paisley side can push their way up the SPL table.
The Scotsman
  • Celtic are believed to be in the hunt to sign Portuguese winger Andre Carvalhas.
  • Malcolm Murray could be out of the Ibrox boardroom by the end of the week.
  • Former Aberdeen and Kilmarnock manager Jimmy Calderwood has emerged as an early front-runner in the race to take over the reins at Dundee following the departure of Barry Smith.
  • Charles Green's bid to move Rangers into English football could receive an unlikely boost - from Russia and Ukraine.



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