Monday media watch [31.03.14 PM]: Defender extends loan
Express and Star: Bolton Wanderers have extended Aston Villa defender Alan Hutton's loan deal until May 3rd. Hutton joined the Championship side in February after falling out of favour with Villa boss Paul Lambert.
Express and Star: Boss Paul Lambert today challenged Villa to finally secure their Premier League place and insisted they will need less than 40 points to survive. Villa are still in danger after Saturday's 4-1 defeat to Manchester United left them 12th. They host rock-bottom Fulham on Saturday before going to struggling Crystal Palace.
ClubCall: Aston Villa have allowed full-back Alan Hutton to stay on loan at Championship side Bolton until the end of the season. The 29-year-old Scotland international, who signed for Villa in 2011 making 31 appearances for Alex McLeish's side that season, was due to return to Villa Park after his initial one-month stay at the Reebok Stadium expired following Saturday's 1-1 draw against Wigan.
talkSPORT: Aston Villa outcast Alan Hutton has extended his loan at Bolton until the summer. The Scotland international arrived in February and has since made five Championship appearances.
BBC Sport: Bolton Wanderers have extended the loan of Aston Villa full-back Alan Hutton until the end of the season. The 29-year-old has made five starts in the Championship after signing on an initial one-month deal in February.
Best Of The Rest
BBC Sport: Nottingham Forest are to re-open talks with Stuart Pearce about the manager's job at the City Ground, BBC Radio Nottingham reports.
Sky Sports: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has hinted at a major overhaul of his forward line this summer.
BBC Sport: Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben believes Manchester United have the ability to punish the reigning European champions if they are not at their best on Tuesday.
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