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What the national papers are saying this weekend

DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham are tracking Walsall left-back Rico Henry, a player dubbed "the new Ashley Cole".

Goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, who is currently on loan at Roma, has admitted Arsenal had to sign Petr Cech in the summer.

Manchester United under-19s manager Nicky Butt has tipped youngsters Axel Tuanzebe and RoShaun Williams to make it all the way to the top.

DAILY MAIL

Newcastle's lunchtime kick-off at Bournemouth on Saturday has seen supporters make the trek the day before and others told they must pay more than £350 to fly.

Manchester United trio Anthony Martial, Luke Shaw and Adnan Januzaj have been named as part of a 40-man shortlist for the 2015 Golden Boy award for Europe's best young player.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has admitted that he may not even watch his side take on Stoke City on television, but suggested he could sit on a 'street corner with his tablet device.

Mark Hughes says he isn't surprised that Jose Mourinho has decided against appealing against his stadium ban at Stoke but admits he doesn't know how close the Chelsea manager will be allowed, adding the Portuguese has "previous".

Man Utd's England left-back Luke Shaw posted on his social media accounts pictures of him back in the gym on a bike and working on his fitness in a swimming pool.

Manuel Pellegrini believes Fabian Delph made the right decision to leave Aston Villa and hopes the midfielder will not receive a hostile reception when he returns to Villa Park on Sunday.

THE SUN

Claudio Ranieri has told Manchester United transfer target Riyad Mahrez he must "grow up" if he wants to move to a bigger Premier League club.

Cristiano Ronaldo cannot even recognise the Manchester United he left six years ago.

Arsene Wenger has demanded to know how Arsenal missed out on Tottenham striker Harry Kane.

Jose Mourinho has got the go-ahead to Skype his team-talk at the Britannia Stadium.

Jurgen Klopp insists there will be excuse for a Sunday hangover when his Liverpool side face Crystal Palace on Sunday.

Steve McClaren has tipped Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe to be a future England boss.

Fleetwood's David Ball will stand alongside Lionel Messi and Carlos Tevez after being nominated for the Puskas Award.

DAILY STAR

Arsenal have been linked with Benfica sensation Goncalo Guedes, who is also a transfer target for Manchester United.

Former Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo believes summer signing Memphis is one of the best young talents and could be as good as Neymar or Eden Hazard.

Arsenal defender Gabriel Paulista has admitted that he thought the club's biggest rivals were Chelsea.

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling has been having private sessions with coach Brian Kidd to improve his finishing.

New Aston Villa boss Remi Garde has told Jack Grealish to show he is the real deal.

DAILY EXPRESS

Mauricio Pochettino believes there are no limits to what Tottenham can achieve this season because are too young to feel them.