THE SUN ON SUNDAY
Could Petr Cech be heading out of Chelsea, but staying in London? The Sun says Arsenal are ready to make a January move should the keeper be allowed to leave Stamford Bridge.
Tottenham are eyeing a move for Shaqiri in a bid to ‘save their season’. The Swiss midfielder, 23, wants to leave Bayern in January.
Manchester United have been warned Mats Hummels will cost an eye-watering £47m.
Everton are lining up a £7m raid for Arsenal winger Joel Campbell.
Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock wants Sunderland out-of-favour striker Conor Wickham in January.
Aston Villa are preparing a January swoop for Dynamo Zagreb’s £4m-rated full-back Ivo Pinto.
Franco Baldini’s future as Tottenham technical director is under threat in a major shake-up of the club’s hierarchy.
Manchester United fear that Real Madrid’s growing interest in David de Gea is behind the goalkeeper’s growing reluctance to sign a new contract.
Chelsea and Manchester City are fighting for the signature of Koke; the 22-year-old Atletico Madrid midfielder has a £48m release clause. Liverpool and Arsenal are leading the chase for 19-year-old Lazio striker Keita Balde Diao.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Everton manager Roberto Martinez says that Ross Barkley will become England’s best ever player.
Louis van Gaal will will block Arsenal’s bid to land Chris Smalling in a £10m raid during the January transfer window.
Staying in Manchester, Roberto Mancini – back in club management with Internazionale – is planning a double swoop at the Ethiad; Edin Dzeko and Aleksandar Kolarov are the players in his sights.
Atletico Madrid are keen to land Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata in the next transfer window.
MAIL ON SUNDAY
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique, 27, has played down talk of a return to Manchester United – insisiting he is happy in Catalonia.
New Inter boss Roberto Mancini has Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard in his sights.
On the back of his latest Wembley heroics, Wayne Rooney says he will never retire from international football.
FIFA have been warned that UEFA teams could revoke their affiliation over the on-going World Cup crisis. The President of the German Football League has warned FIFA that UEFA’s 54 member nations could quit the international governing body if Michael Garcia’s report is not published in full.