All the top stories and transfer rumors from Sunday’s papers…
Josh Harris and David Blitzer are weighing up an offer for a minority stake in Manchester United – in a potentially explosive deal that could allow the Glazers to retain a controlling stake in the club.
Liverpool fans have been warned they could face a three-year stadium ban if they are caught chanting homophobic chants if the Reds make a public announcement during their draw with Chelsea.
Roma are willing to accept a £35million loan move for Tottenham target Niccolò Zaniolo.
Atletico Madrid are looking to bring in Leicester defender Cagler Soyuncu before the end of January, while the Foxes are eyeing Stoke’s Harry Souter as a potential replacement.
Frank Lampard is on the brink of losing his job at Everton after extending his disappointing run of form with a 2-0 defeat to West Ham.
Former Spain and Barcelona coach Luis Enrique is one of the options to take charge of Brazil’s national team following Tite’s exit after the World Cup.
Bournemouth have made an inquiry over a loan move for Uruguayan left-back Matias Viña from Roma.
David De Gea is willing to take a pay cut if he secures his long-term future at Old Trafford.
Everton are trying to find £15m to land Sheffield United striker Elliman Ndia.
Liverpool teenage defender Calvin Ramsey is a loan target for Championship duo Watford and Swansea.
Michael Carrick is keen to sign Leeds centre-half Charlie Cresswell to boost Middlesbrough’s promotion push.
Manchester United want to tie down super talent Alejandro Garnacho to an eight-year deal – the longest the club has ever offered.
Arsenal have been dealt another transfer blow after Real Madrid told them to forgo an ambitious loan swoop for Los Blancos midfield prodigy Eduardo Camavinga.
The Daily Star
Jude Bellingham is expected to reject a new deal on the table at Borussia Dortmund – and set off a major battle for his signature.
Erik ten Haag has talked about his Manchester United players often taking private jets. He has also been watching the diet of the players and some have been given a new strength and conditioning program.
Rangers will make a third bid for Morgan Whittaker after Swansea City were left out of the squad for the trip to Queens Park Rangers.