A round up of sporting headlines including news from Liverpool, Chelsea, Swansea, Everton, West Brom and Crystal Palace.
DAILY MAIL: Divock Origi will have to wait until the summer to become a Liverpool player as Brendan Rodgers is prepared to back the strikers he already has at Anfield.
DAILY MIRROR: Mourinho tells Chelsea fans to stop Gerrard slip chant before League Cup semi. Also: West Ham boss jeered by the Upton Park crowd after a home win over Hull in March sounds off following victory in this season’s version of the same fixture.
DAILY EXPRESS: Swansea have put in a £4m bid for Norwich defender Martin Olsson and the Canaries are considering granting the 26-year-old a return to the Premier League.
DAILY STAR: Liverpool ace Rickie Lambert says he is staying with Reds until they kick him out. Also Liverpool have pulled out of a deal to bring striker Divock Origi to Anfield early. Liverpool paid £10m to sign the 19-year-old Belgium forward in the summer before loaning him back to Lille under terms of the deal and had been in discussions about him coming to the club in January.
GUARDIAN: Everton manager Roberto Martinez says the club must show they can satisfy winger Kevin Mirallas’s ambitions before the Belgium international commits to a new contract at Goodison Park. Also: Villarreal centre-half Gabriel Paulista, 24, says his agent is in talks with Arsenal over a possible January transfer to the Gunners.
DAILY TELEGRAPH: West Brom manager Tony Pulis has made a £4m bid for Wigan winger Callum McManaman but the 23-year-old, who is also attracting interest from Bournemouth, is valued at £6m by his current side.
SUN: Crystal Palace will complete a £4m deal for forward Gestede on Monday, with Glenn Murray making way for the Benin international by moving to Reading.