Saturday's Newspapers: October 14 2017 DAILY MAIL Dele Alli is set to demand more money than Harry Kane in new contract talks with Tottenham. Diafra Sakho's West Ham contract contains a two-year option. Under-fire Everton boss Ronald Koeman has been backed by the club's chairman. Mark Hughes says he would have kept Fabian Delph in midfield rather than convert him to a left-back like Pep Guardiola has. Chelsea boss Antonio Conte could be without N'Golo Kante for as many as seven games. DAILY TELEGRAPH Antonio Conte has given Chelsea players hope he will stay for the long-term after moving his family to England. Chelsea manager Antonio Conte Newcastle pair Jamaal Lascelles and Mo Diame have apologised to the squad for their training ground fight and offered to buy them all lunch. Jurgen Klopp says he would quit Liverpool if he believed they could not win the Premier League title. DAILY STAR Wayne Rooney is set for a recall into the Everton first-team with Ronald Koeman under pressure. Jermain Defoe says he told Tottenham that Harry Kane was a special talent when he was just a young teenager. Mark Hughes says Pep Guardiola would play a midfielder in goal if he could. DAILY MIRROR Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is growing increasingly frustrated with Mesut Ozil's contract situation. Roy Hodgson has warned Crystal Palace not to put all the pressure on Wilfried Zaha ahead of his return.